Against the backdrop of France's decreasing influence in its former African colonies, French President Emmanuel Macron earlier accused Russia of pursuing a "predatory project" on the continent in order "to hurt France."
To mark the 20th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., introduced an amendment to rescind the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), signed into law by then-President George W. Bush, to "send a message to the world that we are a nation of peace."
Over the period from the 16th to 19th centuries, the world saw one of the darkest chapters in its history, during which millions of enslaved Africans were transported across the Atlantic Ocean to the Americas. Today, on March 25, the world commemorates and honors the victims of slavery and the transatlantic slave trade.
The Mi-28N Night Hunter is a Soviet and Russian attack helicopter, which was designed for search and destruction of tanks and other armored vehicles, as well as low-speed air targets and enemy manpower in conditions of armed resistance.
As Britain struggles to tackle the huge numbers of asylum seekers trying to reach its shores via the English Channel, Rishi Sunak's government has set out as one of its priorities pushing through legislation to "stop the boats," or the Illegal Migration Bill, presented in the House of Commons by Home Secretary Suella Braverman earlier in the month.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Personal user data of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, has been compromised because of a bug, which was later discovered by chatbot developer OpenAI, the company said on Saturday.
The Holy See announced the imminent return of three fragments of the Parthenon to Greece in December 2022, saying that Pope Francis made the decision after his apostolic tour of Greece and Cyprus in December 2021.
As 80-year-old Joe Biden addressed Canada’s parliament on Friday during his visit to Ottawa, the US president lived up to his gaffemeister reputation, feeding into persisting speculation among Republicans that the oldest president in America's history is not mentally fit to run the country.
The former president, who is running for his second non-consecutive term, was able to raise $1.5 million for his 2024 presidential campaign in just three days after telling his supporters he would be arrested.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Mexico's Supreme Court has accepted the National Electoral Institute's (INE) claim on the unconstitutional nature of the presidential electoral reform and stopped all new provisions in related laws.
Protests have been held in France over the last several months as the French public has voiced their opposition to the rising cost of living in the European nation. More recently, matters were kicked up a level after legislation increasing the retirement age by two years was forced through the legislature.
The deal will raise pay for bus drivers, custodians and other support staff after union workers went on strike for three days, resulting in the closure of the United States’ second-largest school system.
The journalist who exposed the US military’s My Lai massacre in Vietnam and its Abu Ghraib abuse scandal in Iraq now says the US elite’s "long-standing history" of being "disturbed by the Russian gas and oil sales to Western Europe" means it’s unsurprising Biden would intentionally sabotage its NATO ally’s energy security in order to weaken Moscow.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Human rights activist Paul Rusesabagina, whose aid to refugees during the Rwandan Genocide inspired the film "Hotel Rwanda," has been released from prison after months of work by the Biden administration, a senior administration official told reporters.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States charged Russian national Sergey Cherkasov for allegedly acting as a foreign agent and engaging in visa and wire fraud, the US Justice Department said in a release.