The FIFA Council was organized in February 2016
Using quantum computers offers new unique opportunities which might outperform the best known classical algorithms applied in machine learning
Some fifty deputies, businessmen and public figures from Austria and Germany will allegedly arrive in the Russian-occupied Crimea to take part in the International Economic Forum to be held in Yalta i
The Russian president has stated many times that unfortunately nowadays few countries can afford real sovereignty, the Kremlin spokesman said
A 28-year-old pregnant doctor unexpectedly went into early labour while delivering another woman’s child. Emily Jacobs, an OB-GYN resident at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, welcom
Russia is unable to overcome its hate for the West, Lithuanian Pres Dalya Gribauskajte said, addressing the UIN Genaral Assembly Sept. 20.
Annual income of Azerbaijan’s economy from the Star oil refinery, being constructed by SOCAR on Aliaga Peninsula in Turkey, will be about $850 million within the first five years after its commissio
Annual income of Azerbaijan’s economy from the Star oil refinery, being constructed by SOCAR on Aliaga Peninsula in Turkey, will exceed $600 million within the first five years after its commissioni
Wal-Mart Stores Inc, Target Corp and PepsiCo Inc on Wednesday joined an expanded group of nearly 800 companies calling in a letter for U.S. legislation to protect immigrants brought into the country i
City of London Police have descended on Liverpool Street Station over reports of a suspicious package in the area. Read Full Article at RT.com
Vladimir Putin has also extended his condolences to the Mexican leader over the earthquake's aftermath
KUALA LUMPUR - North Korea has granted a soccer loving Malaysian prince access to its airspace “anytime” he wants, his palace said on Tuesday, as Pyongyang prepares finally to host an Asian Cup ti
Initiative intended to help residents on a tight budget travel to their dream destinations
Ukraine’s ministry for occupied territories and German Association for International Cooperation, (GIZ) are launching a program to help Donbas fugitives switch careers and improve professional train
In April Russia’s Novaya Gazeta daily raised the issue of gay people’s civil rights being violated in the republic
The Future Architecture Festival will kick off in Ljubljana on Wednesday as the culmination of the namesake pan-European platform whose goal it was to bring together architecture museums, festivals an
The economic growth and major investments in the national freight vehicle fleet took the transport market to a historic level, topping the EUR10 billion mark in 2016. Over 34,000 firms employing 156
Maduro believes that the US president is conducting an aggressive policy against the people of Venezuela from the position of "racial and imperial supremacy"
Ukraine could have a new Supreme Court installed by next month as part of judicial reforms aimed at rooting out corruption, Ukraine's Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko said on Tuesday, Voice of Amer
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) on Wednesday issued a Code Orange advisory for heavy rainfalls and strong atmospheric instability, in the Dambovita, Prahova, Buzau, Vrancea and Bacau
A woman, Annemarie Theron, could not sleep, eat or concentrate on anything after she caught her child’s nanny treating the child like a rag doll. The Namibian nanny is now facing charges of chil
Construction of the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) has been completed by 82 percent.
Entrepreneur Kelly Roberts has withdrawn her name from consideration for the new US ambassador to Slovenia, the Politico news portal reported on Wednesday, citing as the source "three people fami
Puerto Rico was spared the worst of Hurricane Irma, which grazed the island and caused huge power blackouts but did not ravage the U.S. territory in the same way it did other islands. That will not be
The warheads reached the designated area at the Kura proving ground in the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Defense Ministry said
After years of having open gates, NS train operator is going to close the turnstiles at three big stations, reports...
French President Emmanuel Macron said he defended the Iranian nuclear deal in front of US President Donald Trump, calling it a “good accord” that would be irresponsible to disrespec
The phrase coined 25 years ago by Bill Clinton's campaign manager James Carville might well explain why Angela Merkel looks poised to extend her term as German chancellor on September 2
A law enforcement source said one of those detained is Alexander Kalinin, an Orthodox activist
A huge earthquake that struck central Mexico Tuesday destroyed a school in the south of the capital, leaving dozens of children dead or missing amid a death toll that runs to the hundreds. The center
The Ukrainian Finance Ministry attracted UAH 645.653 million, to the state budget at a weekly scheduled auction on T-bills placement, according to the ministry's website.
Minister-delegate for European Affairs Victor Negrescu stated on Wednesday that the medical sector's representatives, as well as other stakeholders in the area need to support Romania's bid for hosti
Dutch retailer Hema is going to take ‘his’ and ‘hers’ labelling off children’s clothing and packaging, reports the Volkskrant on Tuesday....
Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers plans to approve two draft memoranda between the governments of Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine on co-financing and on political support for Du
Three more men have been arrested in connection with last week’s attempted bombing of a London Underground train, taking the total being held to five. Read Full Article at RT.com
The frenzied rush that helped ease the average rate on bonds across developing markets to the lowest level since 2013 has been fuelled by near-zero interest rates and bond buying programs in developed
The main buyers of new 15-year $3 billion bonds of Ukraine were investors from the United States (46%) and UK (36%), Deputy Finance Minister of Ukraine Yuriy Butsa has said.
Maintaining security and stability is a crucial component in building successful society and regional cooperation, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov said.
In recent weeks, a group of miners — people who crunch complex math problems to generate and transact the digital currency — split off from the legacy bitcoin to use a new version known as Bitcoin
A powerful 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck Mexico on Tuesday, killing over 200 people. Rescue crews and volunteers in Mexico City — home to 20 million people — clawed through the rubble of
Futures climbed as much as 0.8 per cent in New York after declining 0.9 per cent Tuesday
Egypt still represents one of the most active markets in terms new IPOs and number of M&A transactions
This season is the first for Maria Sharapova since her disqualification for doping use
Russia is prepared to intervene militarily in Belarus, similarly to how it did in Ukraine, should the political situation in the former Soviet Republic head in a direction unwelcome by Russia, Command
Europe’s second-largest flat steel business is to be formed through the 50:50 merger of Mumbai-based Tata Steel´s Dutch and British...
Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) has closed a criminal case against subsidiaries of Astarta agroholding, as no crime has been committed, the company said in a press service on Tuesday.
Plastic recycling initiatives are doing little for the environment, according to a report published on Wednesday. The CPB Netherlands...
Kim Kardashian West has been added to next month's Chicago Ideas Week lineup, organizers announced Wednesday. The reality-star-turned-entrepreneur is scheduled to chat with Washington Post fashion cri
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's putative new foreign minister called on Wednesday for a fresh start to tortuous talks on cementing ties with the European Union, the neutral country's most important t
LONDON (Reuters) - Russia, the only major power that has not called on Iraq's Kurds to cancel a referendum on independence next week, has swiftly become the top funder of Kurdish oil and gas deals, wi
BORISOV FIRING RANGE, Belarus (Reuters) - Belarus said on Wednesday the West had no reason to fear attack by its close ally Russia or that Moscow could leave behind forces after war games it is holdin
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Police say a Pennsylvania man shot another during a domestic dispute, then shot himself as police arrived to investigate the first shooting. Swatara Township police identifie
HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) — Police in Connecticut have arrested a man they say was driving a stolen vehicle with his toddler son inside. Police say 21-year-old Gamalier Estrada III, of New Haven, also dro
A pair of artworks - both conceived before Trump's DACA decision - take on new significance after the president's decision.
To the editor: I found Linda Deutsch’s opinion regarding the proposed release of convicted murderer Leslie Van Houten both naive and offensive. (“Release Leslie Van Houten. If she hadn't been
A deadly earthquake in Central Mexico on Tuesday toppled buildings and sent authorities and volunteers scrambling to find survivors in Mexico City and beyond. Here are the stories you shouldn’t
For all the talk in California about leading the world in fighting global warming and resisting President Trump’s climate-denial agenda, the state faces one powerful obstacle that limits its env
If the goal is to stop illegal immigration, I’ve got some advice for President Trump from here in California, which used to be part of Mexico and now has turned itself into a kind of sanctuary s
New York real estate scion Robert Durst could learn as soon as Wednesday when a Los Angeles judge will hold a hearing to decide whether there is enough evidence for him to face trial for murder. D
Many politicians and activists push simplistic solutions when it comes to California’s housing woes. Some promote subsidies; others density. Some sell infill as the solution; others blame everyt
To the editor: We are a nation of laws. Our laws both protect and sustain us as a society. Our laws are both major and minor, but the rule of law is what governs our way of life and safeguards our
To the editor: At last, a voice of levity from UC Berkeley’s Chancellor, Carol T. Christ. (“UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol T. Christ: ‘Free speech has itself become controversial,’” Sept.