Summary April 20, 2018

  • Lavrov said that the anti-Russian campaign in the U.S. fizzles

    The anti-Russian campaign in the United States is running out of steam, although it is artificially fueled by unprecedented sanctions.

  • Foreign Ministry commented on accusations of Russian cyber attacks

    Earlier, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov called allegations of Russian hackers in the cyber attacks untenable.

  • Turkey withdrew its gold reserve from USA

    Turkey’s Central Bank has moved the country’s gold reserve of the Federal reserve system (the fed), the annual report published on the website of the Bank.

  • More than 50 people were injured in coupling cars to the train in Salzburg

    A passenger train collided with wagons on the main railway station of Salzburg, 54 people were injured, reports APA Agency with reference to the representative of the Austrian Federal Railways Robert Mosser.

  • Iran warned the US about the consequences of withdrawal from the nuclear deal

    If the U.S. withdraws from the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program, Tehran may take some unpleasant for Washington’s actions.

  • In the United States has proposed to decriminalize marijuana

    Us Senator Chuck Schumer will prepare a bill for the decriminalization of marijuana. It is reported channel VICE News.

  • The Pentagon will spend $928 million on the development of hypersonic cruise missiles

    The U.S. air force signed with Lockheed Martin a contract to design and develop the prototype of a new hypersonic cruise missile, recognized the publication Defense News.

  • The Ambassador of China: a trade war would undermine trust between the US and China

    Chinese Ambassador to US Cui Tiankai said that the current between the US and China trade war will have a negative impact on the relationship of the two countries and undermine mutual trust.

  • In the United States executed the old criminal, sentenced to

    In the U.S. state of Alabama executed the old criminal who was sentenced to capital punishment.

  • Britain and the EU have not agreed on the border of Ireland after Brexit

    Mae previously refused to create a full-fledged border between Ireland and Northern Ireland after Brexit, and also promised to provide such a customs regime with the EU, which would not have led to problems in trade.

  • Published video from the scene of the death of Prince

    Among the documents was the video from the house of the artist, which depicted the body of a musician.

  • The U.S. plans to sell Mexico helicopters and missiles at $ 1.2 billion

    The Pentagon in the United States sent to Congress a notice of intention to sell Mexico multi-deck helicopters, air-launched missiles and torpedoes.

  • Trump will not attend the funeral of Barbara Bush out of respect for her family

    In a statement, the White house says that the reason for the lack of trump at the ceremony is the reluctance to cause inconvenience connected with the introduction of additional security measures, as well as “respect for the Bush family and their friends.”

  • The U.S. Treasury has assessed the effect of anti-Russian sanctions

    Earlier, the diplomat promised that the United States will impose new sanctions against Russia.

  • A man in Florida shot and killed two police officers

    Man shot and killed two police officers in Trenton, Florida, reported on the website of the local police on Facebook.

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