A 31-year-old man from Rotterdam should be jailed for eight years for preparing to carry out a terrorist attack in...
Vice-president of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, founder and head of the IDEA Public Union Leyla Aliyeva met with resident coordinator of the UN in Azerbaijan, Resident Representative of the United Nat
At least three soldiers were killed when Boko Haram fighters ambushed a military convoy in Borno State, security and civilian sources told AFP on Thursday. The attack, which happened on Wednesday near
The rule of law is developing in Azerbaijan, the country’s statehood is being strengthened, and successful reforms are constantly held in the governance system
Part of it will be a traditional granary.
Pyongyang has warned of an “unimaginable strike at an unimaginable time” on US targets, expressing outrage at the ongoing US-South Korean joint naval drills near the Korean Peninsul
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The Fiscal Council, an independent body tasked with monitoring government spending, has warned that the draft budgets for 2018 and 2019 are only partially compliant with the fiscal rules and called o
Families of the 224 victims of the Russian airliner downed in Egypt in October 2015 are suing the airline, insurance companies, and tour operator. Read Full Article at RT.com
Twenty-five documents were today signed in Baku at the 78th session of the CIS Council of Commanders of Border Troops.
The Defence Ministry considering a change of law.
Entrepreneurs complain that needless bureaucracy discourages them from further investments and growth.
Kyiv’s Economic Court allowed using Russia’s Gazprom assets as collateral to pay for Gazprom’s debt, Ukraine Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko says in Facebook Oct. 19.
Doctor boasted about slapping a mother-to-be to calm her down, now losing his job.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved more than EUR13 billion worth of financing and advisory services for Romania since it started its operations in the country 25 years ago.
Next year, Italy, within the framework of the OSCE chairmanship, will try to contribute to the settlement of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, said Senator Benedetto Della Vedova, Se
Powerful solar eruptions could electrically charge Martian moons to hundreds of volts – a phenomenon that may impact future human and robotic explorers, according to a new NASA study.
Marek Sawicki has also noted that "it is impossible to make Russian-Polish relations worse than they already are"
Women’s education activist Malala Yousafzai has faced backlash on social media for reportedly wearing skinny jeans and high-heeled shoes around her new university town. An unverified
On October 19, operatives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau detained Ukrainian MP Boryslav Rozenblat, who is being tried on corruption charges, as he was attempting to check in on a flight Kyiv &
Myanmar failed to prevent grave human rights violations against the Rohingya minority, top UN genocide prevention officials said on Thursday. UN Genocide Advisor Adama Dieng and Protection Advisor Iva
A 3-magnitude quake struck the Caspian Sea Oct. 19 at 13:21 (UTC +4).
Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja State governors are currently working on plans to raise bonds from the Nigerian Stock Exchange to finance some of their projects in the face of increasing cash crunch. The Chai
The ancient architects who created Stonehenge feasted on animals brought from as far away as Scotland and took part in lavish midwinter rituals, an analysis of teeth and bones excavated
Tensions are high in Spain as Catalonia’s fight for independence rages on. The rumblings for an independent Catalonia have been...
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Putin's spokesman noted that the election campaign for the 2018 presidential race has not kicked off yet
The Russian warship had covered a distance of over 15,000 nautical miles during its long-distance voyage
In Iceland, since 2007 it’s been illegal to smoke indoors in public buildings such as restaurants, bars, cafés, on school...
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The lack of staff in the services sector, such as HoReCa (hotels, restaurants and catering), or the financial services sector, is the biggest problem for a business, considering there are businesses
Russia's top diplomat cited as an example the West’s response to the Zapad-2017 Russian-Belarusian exercises