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Armenia has contacted several friendly countries, including Egypt, to unite efforts and stop senseless bloodshed from both sides, says Ambassador Karen Grigorian
Moscow is aware of reports of ceasefire violations in Nagorno-Karabakh, and hopes both sides of conflict will abide by agreements, says Georgiy Borisenko
Oruc Reis has been undertaking geological, geophysical, hydrographic, and oceanographic surveys in region
Temporary ceasefire starting Saturday aims to allow warring parties to exchange prisoners and bodies
EU Commission head Ursula von der Leyen participated in a meeting last Tuesday attended by a person who yesterday tested positive for COVID-19
US President’s physician presents different account of Trump’s health to White House Chief-of-Staff
In a memo shared via Twitter by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Conley said that Trump is doing “very well,” and that he “is not requiring any supplemental oxygen”.
Xi stressed at the High-level Meeting to Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations that “international affairs ought to be addressed through consultation among us all.”
Azerbaijani and Armenian forces have resumed fighting in major escalation of decades-old conflict
Debate focused on domestic issues, with COVID-19 pandemic, Supreme Court vacancy, economy, and racial justice topping agenda
Egyptian President called for constructive interaction among Libyan parties to hold presidential and parliamentary elections
Armenian Defense Ministry said Tuesday that it has shot down another two helicopters of Azerbaijan during the ongoing fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh region.
UN Secretary-General Guterres encouraged provision of resources to developing economies, through World Bank and other multilateral development banks
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry said, on Sunday, that it is closely following recent updates in Nagorno-Karabakh region
WEF session participants will debate what steps can leaders take to strengthen global partnerships to deliver a sustainable future?
On 20 August 1945, the USSR’s State Defense Committee decided to organise a Special Committee and the First Main Directorate to carry out the work on the country’s atomic project. The latter became a platform for the creation of the Ministry of Medium Machine Building in 1953.
Following Bahrain, UAE normalisation of ties, Trump claims that as many as nine Arab countries are ready to make peace with Israel
As the most universal, representative and authoritative international organization, the United Nations has now become the most important multilateral arena to promote peace, and address regional and global issues.
There are significant ongoing efforts, close cooperation with US to remove Sudan from list of terrorism, says new Noureddine Sati
On Friday evening storm Ianos reached central Greece with rivers overflowing and the fire brigade intervening to transfer dozens of people stranded
“When peacekeeping incurs delays in the payment of contribution, those who are affected primarily are troop and police contributing countries,” he said.
The plans being drawn up will be stop short of a full national lockdown as seen in the spring when Britons were told to “stay at home”, Sky News reported.
“Change must happen now. It won’t be easy, but it must be done. We are going to work harder on this. We won’t shy away from strengthening the legislation if needed,” EU Commission VP said.
Lavrov said the issue of Russia’s alleged interference in U.S. internal affairs still occupies one of the dominant places in Washington’s policy.
“It was not anybody that was near me,” Trump said at a press conference.
Greece and Cyprus can count on Europe’s full solidarity regarding protecting their legitimate sovereignty rights, says EU chief
Philippines authorities said bad weather may have caused the aircraft to crash. There was a strong gust of wind followed by a heavy downpour
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed the accords, marking a prominent geopolitical change in the Middle East.
International organisation announces over 51,000 new cases reported in 55 countries on Friday alone
The Turkish move comes after seven European countries warned, on Thursday, that they would consider sanctions against Turkey if it failed to end its “confrontational actions”, and “unilateral and illegal activities”.