16 suspected rioters at Ukrainian parliament building arrested
Russian interests must be considered when tranfering Mistrals to third party — Kremlin
Japanese businesses in US are hostages of anti-Russian sanctions — JBIC
China to complete downsizing armed forces by 2017 — Chinese Defense Ministry
About 700 CrimeanTatars left Crimea after its incorporation into Russia — official
All major Russian-Chinese projects will be implemented — PutinEconomy September 03, 13:35
China, Russia should continue to jointly counter attempts to rewrite history — Xi JinpingWorld September 03, 13:29
Japanese businesses in US are hostages of anti-Russian sanctions — JBICEconomy September 03, 13:22
China to complete downsizing armed forces by 2017 — Chinese Defense MinistryWorld September 03, 13:16
Summer of 2015 was warmest ever recorded in Northern HemisphereNon-political September 03, 13:09
China displays several advanced weapon systems at victory parade in BeijingWorld September 03, 13:03
Russian Football Union to cancel tax on foreign coaches — sports ministerSports September 03, 12:52
Russian ruble approved as sole accounting currency in Donetsk republicWorld September 03, 12:47
Russia’s Northern Fleet antisubmarine ships hold White Sea live firing exerciseRussia September 03, 12:25
BERLIN, September 7 (Itar-Tass) - Germany’s backdating decision is to join the countries, which supported during the G20 summit in St. Petersburg the US position on Syria, Germany’s Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said during a meeting of the EU foreign ministers in Vilnius on Saturday.
Following the G20 summit, the US and other ten countries adopted a statement, where they supported the response to the major violation of the world’s norms regarding chemical weapons. The countries, which supported the US, were: Australia, the UK, Spain, Italy, Canada, the Republic of Korea, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, France and Japan.