No Country Able to Ruin Russian-Chinese Close Ties – Russian Foreign Minister

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia and China have so close ties that third countries are not able to drive a wedge between Moscow and Beijing, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said. According to the minister, the Russian and Chinese foreign ministries … Read More

Russia Open to Dialogue, Putin Invites G7

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Vladivostok, Russia, Sep 6 (Prensa Latina) President Vladimir Putin invited the countries of the Group of Seven (G7) to Russia and assured that Moscow is open to dialogue with its members, during his speech on Thursday at the Eastern Economic … Read More

Russia, Turkey mull cooperation in electronic warfare

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The Russian Air Force’s Sukhoi Su-57 fifth-generation fighter jet lands after performing during the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2019 in Zhukovsky, Russia, Aug. 27, 2019. Russian and Turkish officials were to set to discuss cooperation on Su-35 and Su-67 … Read More

Russia nuclear missile explosion caused 2 workers to die of radiation sickness, report says

A mysterious and deadly explosion earlier this month at a naval weapons testing range in northwestern Russia resulted in the deaths of two workers due to radiation sickness, not traumatic injuries, as officials had indicated, according to a report from an independent newspaper on Wednesday. The blast … Read More

Russia Has a Nuclear-Powered Cruise Missile. Yes, You Read That Right.

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And there is a problem: A reactor that powers one of these weapons might have created “possibly one of the worst nuclear accidents in the region since Chernobyl.” A mysterious explosion at Russia’s Nenoksa Missile Test Site on Aug. 8, … Read More

6 Western Countries Urge Russia to Withdraw from Georgia

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The United States and five European countries have issued a joint statement regarding 11th anniversary of the Georgian-Russian August with an appeal to Moscow to implement agreements reached in 2008 to withdraw its military forces to positions held before hostilities … Read More

Russia and Turkey are Becoming Allies, Overshadowing Israel

Components of Russia’s S-400 missile-defense system are unloaded near Ankara on July 12. An emerging Russia-Turkey alliance in defense and energy will have long-term effects on the Middle East and Israel. This comes in the wake of Turkey acquiring Russia’s … Read More

Russian forces tested NATO’s ‘resolve’ during recent Black Sea exercises, says Canadian commander

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Russian aircraft and ships closely shadowed NATO vessels, says Commodore Josée Kurtz Commodore Josée Kurtz speaks to reporters during a tour of HMCS Halifax in April 2009 at the HMC dockyards in Halifax, N.S., when she was the commander of the … Read More

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