Venezuela's self-proclaimed president, Juan Guaido, ordered Congress to change leadership at the state oil company PDVSA, following US sanctions on the oil sector.
Russian Foreign Ministry says US strategy gives "green light to the prospect of basing missile strike capabilities in space," which is confrontational.
Turkey envisions a safe zone without the PKK-linked YPG, the US wants to include what Ankara recognises as a terrorist organisation, while Russia and other regional powers think differently.
Ankara and Kremlin have a joint will to clear terror groups from Syria, Turkey's Foreign Minister Cavusoglu says. Military coordination, refugees and political processes in Syria topped Moscow meeting agenda, Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov shares.
Turkey, Russia and Iran, the three parties involved in the Astana peace process, have met in Geneva. While the final list of names for a Syrian Constitutional Committee hasn’t materialised, the three stakeholders plan to meet in the New Year.
Twelve of the 24 Ukrainian servicemen captured on Sunday were sentenced to months in custody while another 9 will be jailed for two months, an order Kiev calls "illegal."
Members of Afghanistan's Peace Council, who met Taliban delegates in Moscow, repeat President Ashraf Ghani's offer of peace talks with Taliban without pre-conditions. Taliban says it will negotiate with US only.
The Syrian opposition's chief negotiator Nasr al Hariri met with Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow on Friday, demonstrating the opposition's readiness for more concessions following the regime's battlefield successes.
US frustration with Kremlin's failure to address reports it was violating a nuclear treaty is not unfounded, but it should not withdraw from the pact or risk "throwing the baby out with the bathwater," Germany's FM Mass warns.
US President Donald Trump accuses Russia of violating the 31-year-old nuclear weapons agreement which prohibits Washington and Moscow from possessing, producing or test-flying a ground-launched cruise missile with a range of 300 to 3,400 miles.
Humanitarian workers are calling for a negotiated settlement to the Idlib crisis but will the Assad regime call off the military assault?
At least four senior Taliban members will attend the Russian-backed peace talks in Moscow on September 4, but the Afghan government has declined to attend without giving any reason.
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