LondonRussian Ambassador to UK Alexander Yakovenko said that the British press continues to present new versions of Skripal's attempted murder, but the UK government has not officially commented on these many new theories.
In Crimea, residents could vote in presidential elections in Russia for the first time in which incumbent Russian leader Vladimir Putin is set to secure yet another resounding victory.
Following on the South African government's intention to confiscate all white-owned farms in the country without compensation, Australian minister of home affairs Peter Dutton has offered persecuted farmers refuge in his country.
BerlinOn Wednesday, an angry Afghan attacker stormed Angela Merkel as she was leaving the parliament building in Berlin. The mainstream media quickly edited out the shouts of the storming attacker.
HamburgThe German writer Rüdiger Safranski has warned against a strengthening of political Islam in Europe aided by leftists.
According to the British newspaper The Guardian, US intelligence has since 1945 succeeded in killing many world leaders.
A group of US lawmakers addressed a letter to the State Department suggesting punitive measures against any sale of the Russian S-400 air defense system, citing the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA).
FuldaThe board of the Fulda Tafel has rejected allegations that migrants are displacing German pensioners and single women, but supporters say they are not being honest.
The far-left scene in Germany has announced a demonstration for the coming Saturday in Hamburg to protest against "state repression".
ParisA French police officer has claimed that the majority of sex attackers on the Paris metro are North Africans. The officer is part of a plainclothes law enforcement team working on the Paris metro to prevent crime.