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.
Britain, the EU, and the United States blame Russia for a nerve agent attack against a Russian double agent in the English city of Salisbury earlier this year. The Kremlin denies involvement.
The Syrian regime's offensive in southwest Syria has caused an estimated 270,000 people to flee their homes, the United Nations said earlier. These newly-displaced Syrians require shelter and aid.
Ayman Safadi's appeal comes as Syrian opposition negotiators and Russian officers fail yet again to reach an agreement to end fighting.
The summit is expected to take place in Helsinki, Finland after Trump attends a NATO summit in Brussels on July 11 and 12 and visits the UK on July 13.
Kim Yong-chol, the right-hand man of leader Kim Jong-un, is the most senior North Korean official to visit the US in 18 years. His trip aims to salvage the June 12 meeting between the leaders of the two countries.
Two-day meeting in Astana aimed at ending Syrian conflict will address developments in de-escalation zones, release of captives and forming a constitutional committee.
During a meeting with his counterparts from Iran and Turkey, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the recent US-led missile strikes on Syria "seriously aggravated the situation".
US President Donald Trump invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to the United States during a phone call, and said he would be glad to see Putin in the White House, RIA Novosti reported on Friday, citing the Russian Foreign Ministry.
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