Russian envoy says relations with NATO started deteriorating long before Ukrainian crisisWorld December 08, 4:55
Contact Group agrees to settle water cuts issue in Lugansk within 7 days ― OSCE envoyWorld December 08, 2:58
Glencore expects deal on purchasing stake in Rosneft to close in mid-DecemberBusiness & Economy December 08, 2:03
Italian Prime Minister Renzi officially resignsWorld December 08, 1:27
43 ceasefire violations reported in Syria in 24 hours ― Russian Defense MinistryWorld December 08, 1:16
One reconciliation agreement signed in Syria in 24 hours ― Russian Defense MinistryWorld December 08, 0:26
Lavrov confirms to Kerry Russia backs US proposal on Aleppo from December 2Russian Politics & Diplomacy December 07, 23:57
Russia has never imposed its decisions on Syria, Assad saysWorld December 07, 23:45
Rosneft privatization deal is completed — KremlinBusiness & Economy December 07, 21:06
PRETORIA, April 14. /ITAR-TASS/. At least 20 people have been killed in two blasts at a bus station in Nigeria’s capital Abuja on Monday. The local media reported that the incident took place during the morning rush hour, so casualties may grow.
The investigation is underway. Experts say the terrorist attack was orchestrated by the extremist group Boko Haram, which wants to set up and Islamist state on the territory of Nigeria.
Around 200 people were killed by Boko Haram over the last weekend. Agence France-Presse reported on Sunday that several dozen people died in the attack launched by the Islamist group on settlements in the north-east of Nigeria. Militants detonated several explosive devices in towns of Borno state and opened fire on civilians.