The Russian Embassy in Oslo lied to an article published by the website claiming that a group of Russian special forces were operating inside the territory of the kingdom, calling it blatant provocation. "The information contained in's article on September 27, 2019, about alleged Russian special forces
The ship Bourbon Rhode, whose crew included a group of Ukrainian citizens, disappeared during a storm in the Atlantic Ocean a few days ago. Deputy Director of the Consular Services Department of the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vasily Kirilich said today that his authorities learned of the incident
London - The London Legislature has summoned Prime Minister Boris Johnson to testify as part of an investigation into suspicions of a conflict of interest over his close friendship with an American businesswoman. The panel suspects that former US model and businesswoman Jennifer Arkory was financially benefiting from her
A German State Duma committee has concluded that the German website of Deutsche Welle has violated Russian law by publishing materials calling for unauthorized gatherings in Moscow and justifying extremism. "In the first place, we intend to send the collected material to the Russian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (Ruskomnadzor) to
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain needs a general election, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday. "We must hold elections," Johnson told reporters as he left a meeting in New York. Johnson said the Supreme Court's decision hindered his bid for a Brexit deal, stressing that the UK would leave
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