Russia’s Defense Ministry rejects reports of pilotage error as cause for Su-33 crashMilitary & Defense December 08, 12:45
Assad says Aleppo’s seizure won’t be end of war in SyriaWorld December 08, 12:29
Prosecutor seeks 5-year sentence for a female student for trying to join ISRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 08, 12:26
Putin points to priority of boosting transportation projects with Asia-Pacific statesBusiness & Economy December 08, 11:43
Two Ukrainians charged in absentia over abduction of Russian servicemenWorld December 08, 11:33
Top diplomat says Philippines should no longer be Washington’s ‘little brown brother’World December 08, 11:18
China condemns militant attack on Russian hospital in AleppoWorld December 08, 11:16
Diplomat: Both Republicans and Democrats would back Russian and US efforts to improve tiesWorld December 08, 11:07
Russian diplomat blasts West’s ‘sanctions’ threats over Syria as sign of weaknessRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 08, 10:28
At the sixth round of talks between Iran and the P5+1 negotiating countries (five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany) on Iranian nuclear program the United States and Iran failed to make their positions closer on a key disputed issue over restriction of uranium enrichment program and the number of required nuclear centrifuges. The American delegation insists on drastic reduction of Iran’s uranium enrichment capacities, as the US is concerned that if Tehran violates its liabilities in peaceful atom use the country may acquire weapon-graded enriched uranium quicker than international experts and observers will fix this.
Iran disagreed strongly with Washington’s demands. The Iranian people have the right for uranium enrichment, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said.