Russian prosecutors have asked a Moscow court to find former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan guilty of espionage -- a charge Whelan and U.S. officials vehemently deny -- and sentence him to 18 years in prison.
Russian Prosecutor Seeks Lengthy Prison Term For American On Spying Charges.
Prasad Dinesh says his heroin addiction, which is considered a crime in Sri Lanka, makes him a convenient scapegoat.
North Macedonia is holding parliamentary elections on July 15 that may determine the pace of the Balkan state’s Euro-Atlantic trajectory.
Rogozin called the moon program in an interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda on Monday a "political project" and likened it to NATO, the Western military alliance Russia has long shunned.
There’s no guarantee but the government hopes to have results around the end of the year -- record-setting speed for developing a vaccine.
The announcement brings relief to thousands of foreign students who had been at risk of being deported from the country.