Reports that the Russians put out hits on US personnel in Afghanistan should be treated with caution.
Voters overwhelmingly approve a package of constitutional changes in a nationwide poll, partial results show, allowing President Vladimir Putin to extend his two-decade rule further.
Russians are participating in a seven-day vote on constitutional amendments that would enable President Vladimir Putin to stay in office until 2036 by resetting the clock on his term limits.
Forced to postpone the country's traditional May 9 Victory Day celebrations by the coronavirus pandemic, Putin rescheduled the parade for just a week ahead of a July 1 public vote on controversial constitutional reforms.
The international community is divided with some supporting the UN-backed government and others backing the warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Turkish FM Mevlut Cavusoglu hosts Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif in Istanbul, says Ankara opposes US sanctions on Iran despite coronavirus pandemic.
Thanks to Turkey's consistent support for the UN-recognised government, the US no longer seems to be willing to stay aloof from the Libyan conflict.
Turkey and the United States are approaching a new era in Libya, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told national broadcaster TRT soon after a phone call with his US counterpart Donald Trump.
Russia’s linguistic imperialism is at the heart of dozens of diplomatic spats between ex-Soviet states and the West, as well as hate campaigns in the Kremlin-controlled media.
If approved, the constitutional amendments would allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to spend another 12 years in power after his current term ends in 2024.
President Putin tasks Russian defence, foreign ministries to hold talks with Syria on getting additional property.
In the past couple of years, Moscow reduced foriegn debt and saved money to fight any eventuality. But it will need much more to fight its economic woes.
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