Matthew Lee and Richard Lardner, the Associated Press January 23, 2017 Officials say that the Obama administration was weakening hour challenged Republican opposition and quietly released $ 221 million to the Palestinian Authority. GOP members of Congress are holding the money. A State department official and a number of ...
Snow Storm, wet snow and strong wind is expected in Moscow in the next few hours, can cause congestion on the roads. Bad weather will last until Sunday morning.
In Syria entering into force of the ceasefire between the conflicting parties. The Britain-based Syrian organisation for human rights monitoring reports that the first few hours of the truce will pass quietly, shooting was heard only in the provinces of Deraa and Quneitra.
The market capitalization of the savings Bank, taking into account the preference shares during trading on the Moscow exchange reached the mark of 3 trillion 575 billion rubles, which exceeded the capitalization of "Rosneft" (3 trillion 564 billion).
Is classes Vber in a press-service of the Air Port
On the site of a fire in the industrial zone "Parnas" in St. Petersburg, fire, which lasted more than 14 hours, it started smoldering area of about four thousand square meters. The fire in a warehouse with machine oil and spare parts, in the Vyborg district, broke on Saturday October ...
"The CIA was interested in the leaders of Russia at a time when Putin was deputy director of the St. Petersburg", - informs the English print edition.
Announced President of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) Mahmoud Abbas, the dissolution of the national unity government of Fatah and Hamas in the coming days, according to israel7.ru.
The cause of the fatal accident of a bus collided Novoschukinskaya stop on the streets of Moscow, could become a strong driver fatigue, which is the week before the accident was driving 11 hours a day, the spokesman told RIA Novosti on Tuesday the central council of the Metropolitan Police ...
Some Britons believe that a victory in Battle Waterloo won former Prime Minister Winston Churchill or a fictional character Harry Potter Albus Dumbledore, the Times writes.