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Reuters › Finance › 3 hours ago
India has made an advance payment of $800 million for Russia's S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems, the head of Russian conglomerate Rostec Sergey Chemezov told reporters on Monday.
Sputnik International › 3 hours ago
DUBAI (Sputnik) - Under the contract, signed in 2018, Russia should deliver five S-400 systems worth over $5 billion to India.
The New York Times › 16 hours ago
Hong Kong police threatened on Monday to respond with live bullets if "rioters" used lethal weapons and committed other acts of violence, amid a standoff with protesters who have been hurling petrol bombs outside a university campus.
Sputnik International › 1 day ago
The experimental MS-21 aircraft are assembled at the company's Irkut plant, which currently has the capacity to produce up to 70 aircraft per year.
NBC News › 1 day ago
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told reporters he did not consider the postponement a concession to North Korea.
Slate › Entertainment › 1 day ago
Three investigative reporters reflect on their rights and responsibilities.
Washington Times › 1 day ago
A senior Boeing executive says the company knows it has to re-earn the public’s trust as it works to win approval from U.S. regulators to get its grounded 737 Max jets flying again after crashes that killed 346 people.
The New York Times › Finance › 1 day ago
A senior Boeing executive says the company knows it has to re-earn the public’s trust as it works to win approval from U.S. regulators to get its grounded 737 Max jets flying again after crashes that killed 346 people.
The New York Times › 2 days ago
A Pakistani provincial government minister says a roadside bomb has killed three paramilitary troops and wounded five in the country’s southwest overnight.
USA Today › 2 days ago
President Donald Trump told reporters Friday that he shouldn't be impeached and called the impeachment proceedings underway in the House of Representatives \
One America News Network › 2 days ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States no longer has an adversarial relationship with the Sudanese government and is working with its counterparts on the possibility of removing it from a list of
The New York Times › 2 days ago
The University of South Carolina is investigating members of a fraternity who a television reporter says made sexist and offensive remarks to her while she was working.
Reuters › 2 days ago
The United States no longer has an adversarial relationship with the Sudanese government and sees it as a partner, but removing it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism is a process, Tibor Nagy, assistant secretary for African affairs at the State...
Reuters › Politics › 2 days ago
U.S. President Donald Trump said he did not believe his Twitter posts were intimidating after his real-time attack on former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch drew criticism during a public hearing in an impeachment inquiry.
Washington Times › 2 days ago
Minneapolis officials say they have discovered the city has roughly 1,700 rape kits that have never been tested, with some dating back 30 years.
One America News Network › Finance › 2 days ago
WOLFSBURG (Reuters) - Volkswagen Chief Executive Herbert Diess on Friday said the German carmaker has no plans to cooperate with start-up electric carmaker Tesla .
Reuters › Finance › 2 days ago
An International Monetary Fund delegation said on Friday that it had agreed terms with Democratic Republic of Congo for a Rapid Credit Facility that would allow the IMF to resume lending to Congo for the first time since 2012.
Reuters › 2 days ago
Turkey sent an American citizen Islamic State suspect to the United States by plane on Friday, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said, after the man was refused entry to Greece earlier this week as Ankara begun to repatriate militants.
The Wall Street Journal › 2 days ago
American Defense Secretary Mark Esper reiterated Washington’s position that Seoul pay more for U.S. military support on the Korean Peninsula, as South Korea is wealthy enough to shoulder a larger portion of the cost.
The New York Times › 3 days ago
A senior Japanese diplomat on Friday asked his South Korean counterpart for a "sensible response" regarding Seoul's decision not to renew an intelligence sharing pact, known as GSOMIA, with the agreement expiring in a week.
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