Russian FM: Washington must stop 'playing with fire' in Syria
The contractors, mostly ex-military, carry out missions assigned to them by the Russian military, the people familiar with the deployment said .
Queen attends first London Fashion Week front row in surprise visit
The royal shocked trendsetters everywhere when she made her London Fashion Week debut on Monday. British fashion designer Quinn is the first ever recipient of the award.
Apple speaking with miners directly to buy cobalt
BMW is also close to securing a 10-year supply deal, the carmaker's head of procurement told German daily FAZ in early February. Now a new report reveals that Apple is attempting to secure Cobalt supplies by purchasing the mineral directly from Miners.
British PM Theresa May under pressure after 62 lawmakers demand hard Brexit
They number more than enough to trigger a leadership bid against May, whose government lacks a parliamentary majority. It was sent by the European Research Group, whose chairman is Jacob Rees-Mogg, and signed by 62 MPs.
Samsung new SSD hard drive is industry's biggest at 30 TB
Production of the 30.72 TB SSD kicked off last month, though Samsung plans to add to the family later in 2018. Not satisfied with a mere capacity increase, Samsung has also improved levels of performance with the PM1643.
Gita blasts New Zealand; several districts declare emergency
Buller, Selwyn District, Grey District, Westland, Taranaki, Nelson Tasman and Christchurch have all declared a state of emergency .
VENEZUELA: Government Launches Pre-sale Of Petro, Its Crypto-currency
Moreover, like any other token sale, the government has released details of the areas in which it intends to use the funds. For those who are unaware, this Latin American country actually has the world's largest proven oil reserves.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Desalegn offers resignation
A stampede at a religious event southeast of the capital, Addis Ababa, that month claimed the lives of several dozen people. The demonstration came to an end only after the government agreed to release the political prisoners.
2nd T20I: Embattled Proteas face a must-win situation against India
Kohli fell to a snorter from Dala as he edged one behind to walk back leaving India in a spot of bother at 45/3 in 5.3 overs. The Indian captain made the same mistake once again, poking at the ball half-heartedly and knicking it to the keeper.
Trump pushes back against 'Fake News Media' coverage of Russian meddling
But Schumer said, "Given these indictments, President Trump should implement the sanctions that Congress has passed immediately". It wasn't until the month before the election that the Obama administration publicly acknowledged the Russian efforts .