MOSCOW (Reuters) - Maria Sharapova lost 7-6(3) 6-4 to Slovakia's Magdalena Rybarikova at the Kremlin Cup on Tuesday in her first match in Russia since returning from a doping ban this year. SBS Also reported by •Reuters
On Tuesday, Europe's top human rights court ruled that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's conviction for fraud in 2014 was "arbitrary and manifestly unreasonable" and ordered the Russian.. Source: Wochit News -
According to sources, the US Senate Intelligence Committee has requested documents and testimony from Michael G. Flynn, the son of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. The committee, who has.. Source: Wochit News -
A robot was seemingly attacked by an angry motorist in Russia in an incident that's raised questions as to whether it was a publicity stunt or a random act of rage.
The Moscow Technological.. Source: Vocativ -
As the mainstream media continues to obsess over $100,000 worth Facebook ads allegedly purchased by Russian spies in 2016 seeking to throw the presidential election, we're almost certain they'll ignore.. Zero Hedge
"Cosmetics, Hair∙Nail Skin Care Products and Home Care Equipment Made in Korea to be Launched in the Global Market"
SEOUL, South Korea, Oct. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- K-beauty companies involved.. PR Newswire Asia
Published time: 17 Oct, 2017 12:58 Almost a year has passed since the US launched a probe into Russia’s alleged election meddling, but not a single piece of factual evidence has been leaked to the.. Newsline
Published time: 17 Oct, 2017 13:16 Britain cannot pinpoint any specific Russian cyberattacks on the UK, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has conceded. Compounding his embarrassment, Johnson was asked.. Newsline
After a US-backed coalition of Kurds, Shiite militias and Iraqi forces pushed ISIS out of Mosul earlier this year, *a similar coalition of US-backed Arab and Kurdish fighters – supported by US.. Zero Hedge
The first satellite signal transmitted across the oceans was from Europe to North America way back in 1962. It would take another three years for the signal to be transmitted commercially. After that.. WorldNews
STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - Europe's top human rights court ruled on Tuesday that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's conviction for fraud in 2014 had been "arbitrary and manifestly.. Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters