Belarus drops allegation that frontier intruders came from Ukrainian territory
Belarus dropped an allegation that a car with armed men, that broke through the Belarus border on the night of March 20, entered from the territory of Ukraine. Oleh Slobodyan, the Border Guard Service officer Oleh Slobodyan reported that on his Facebook page.
EU, Asia impose temporary bans on imports of Ukrainian poultry
The EU and certain Asian countries introduced temporary restrictions against Ukrainian poultry due to the highly pathogenic bird flu. State Service for Food Safety and Consumers Protection reported that on Thursday.
Russian reconnaissance ship seen off the coast of the United States
The Russia's Meridian-class reconnaissance ship "Viktor Leonov" is once again located in international waters off the eastern coast of the United States, as reported by the television channel Fox News.
U.S. Concerned By Detentions In Belarus, Urges Respect For Freedoms
The United States and the United Nations have voiced concern about what human rights groups say is the Belarusian government's biggest crackdown on protesters in years.
Russian representatives in The Hague claim separatists found weapons in the mines of the Donbas
The Russian Delegation to the UN International Court of Justice in The Hague claims that militants in the Donbas do not receive weapons from the Russian Federation, but rather "find them on their own".
The End Of The (Gas Pipe-) Line For Turkmenistan
Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov and his government just cannot seem to get a break lately.
Thousands in Belarus protest against the tax on parasitism
More than a thousand of people protesting against the “tax on parasitism” walked along the central streets of Belarusian city of Brest and blocked traffic flow on the city’s main motorway.
Three western aircraft carried out reconnaissance missions near the borders of the Kaliningrad region
Russia's Interfax news agency reported citing western websites that track the flights of military aircraft that on Tuesday, February 28, three military aircraft from the United States, Sweden and NATO were conducting reconnaissance at the Russian border in the south of the Baltic.
Not Even Dogs Live Like This' -- Afghan Refugees Return Home To Find Squalid Conditions
Standing in a battered tent flanked by mud and human waste, Sahibuddin Khan and his family of five are among the thousands of returning Afghan refugees seeking food and shelter in crowded, ramshackle camps that have sprung up on the outskirts of Kabul.
Iran Marks 1979 Revolution Anniversary With Mass Rallies, Defiant Words
An Iranian man holds a poster with a cartoon of U.S. President Donald Trump during a ceremony to mark the 38th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution on Azadi Square in Tehran on February 10.
Russian Official Calls Romania 'A Clear Threat' And NATO Outpost
A Russian Foreign Ministry official says Moscow views Romania as a NATO outpost and a "clear threat" because it hosts part of a U.S. missile shield in Europe.
Putin, Merkel discuss situation in Donbas by phone
Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Federal Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Angela Merkel, the Kremlin website reports.