US Military Bio-labs in Ukraine, Production of Bio-weapons and “Disease Causing Agents”

Ukraine turned into the proving ground for the new generation of US biological weapons, European mass media report. In 2015, American alternative media outlet InfoWars accused the Pentagon of developing...

Ukraine risks getting another “Chernobyl”

  The nuclear industry in Ukraine is in a dangerous state, corruption that engulfs the whole country generates irresponsibility and negligence in the management of nuclear infrastructure, so the risk...

Police in France Begin Clearing Airport Protest Camp

PARIS — It was supposed to be the site of the biggest airport in western France, a hub for cargo traffic and Concorde flights. But instead, it became the center...

Does America Need INF Treaty?

The Western mainstream media conduct an active information campaign blaming Russia for violating the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. According to the Chairman of the United States House Committee on...

Turkish hackers attacked websites of state institutions of Germany and the Netherlands

A number of state institutions, political parties and commercial organizations websites of Germany and the Netherlands were defaced by Turkish hackers in response to "aggressive and anti-democratic actions of...

Volkswagen Considers Replacing Chief Executive After Diesel Scandal

FRANKFURT — Volkswagen is considering replacing Matthias Müller as chief executive, the German carmaker said in a brief statement on Tuesday. The move would cap a tumultuous time in charge...

Neil Gorsuch, Somalia, Romania: Your Thursday Briefing

Good morning. Here’s what you need to know to start your day: • President Trump lashed out at a federal appeals panel that appeared skeptical of his order banning travel from...

Korean War, a ‘Forgotten’ Conflict That Shaped the Modern World

The Korean War has been called “the Forgotten War” in the United States, where coverage of the 1950s conflict was censored and its memory decades later is often overshadowed...

U.S. Hires Company With K.G.B. Link to Guard Moscow Embassy

MOSCOW — When President Vladimir V. Putin in July ordered American diplomatic missions in Russia to slash their staff by 755 employees, the State Department said it would need...

H.I.V. Cases Surpass a Million in Russia, but Little Is Done

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Quietly, the number of Russians who have received a positive H.I.V. diagnosis passed the one million mark this year. There is, however, little indication that...