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'Not a Coincidence': New Anti-Russia Sanctions Are Senate's 'Gift to Poroshenko'
The White House is reportedly working with Congress to change the Senate-proposed bill on new anti-Russian sanctions. Russian political Alexander Kubyshkin discussed the issue with Radio Sputnik.

UN Syria Envoy Has High Hopes for Putin-Trump First Meeting at G20
UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura expressed hope on Saturday that Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump would meet at the G20 summit in Germany and foster the settlement of Syrian crisis.

US Decade Long Blunders in This Country 'Political Fiasco'
The US Department of Defense spent $94 million in 2007 on purchasing camouflage uniforms for the Afghan police intended for action in forested areas, although the territory of the country covered in vegetation is only about 2 percent.

Putin’s Visits to Crimea Give New Impetus to Region’s Development - Crimea Head
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visits to the Crimean peninsula promotes the development of the region, Republic of Crimea Head Sergey Aksenov said Saturday.

How Obama Prepared a 'Cyber Bomb' Attack Against Russia
On Friday, The Washington Post reported that the Barack Obama administration had discussed ways of punishing Russia for alleged interference in last year's presidential election, which included cyber warfare.

Kiev Blames Donbass Militias for Undermining 'Harvest Truce'
Ukraine's Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksandr Turchynov accused Donbass militias of undermining the "harvest truce" that entered into force earlier in the day.

China Plans to Launch Luxury Cruise Liners Three Times Bigger Than Titanic
China has announced it will become the world’s largest cruise liner center in the future. China’s State Shipbuilding Corporation has recently partnered up with an iconic Italian ship building company and together they plan to construct super luxurious cruise liners.

UK Parliament Hit by Cyberattack
The UK Parliament was hit by a cyberattack, a House of Commons spokesperson said Saturday, adding that the parliamentary authorities alongside the National Cyber Security Centre launched an investigation into the issue.

'Punishing Sword': Why Terrorists Target Saudi Arabia
On Friday, the Saudi Interior Ministry said it had foiled an attack on the Grand Mosque in Mecca. Terrorists were allegedly going to attack worshipers who gathered at Islam's holiest site to celebrate the end of Ramadan.

Putin Asks to Speed Up Reconstruction of Great Mithridates Stairs in Crimea
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday asked Republic of Crimea Head Sergey Aksenov to expedite the reconstruction of the Great Mithridates Stairs in the eastern Crimean city of Kerch.

Intel Agent Reveals How NATO Planned to Tear Russia Apart
According to secret documents obtained by a Russian intelligence service, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, NATO planned to split Russia into several smaller parts, a former secret agent told Russia's Rossiya 1 broadcaster.

Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Protests Putin's Visit to Crimea
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry lodged Saturday a note of protest to the respective Russian ministry with regard to the trip of a Russian delegation headed by President Vladimir Putin, to the Crimean peninsula.

Sometimes Even Bears Need Help
An American family rafting along a river in the Northwestern US caught on camera a bear which got caught in a strong current. “He was stuck in an eddy, or reverse current of water, too tired to get himself to shore,” the author of the video wrote on YouTube.

Israeli Aircraft Struck Syrian Troops Repelling Terrorists' Attack in Golans
A source on the ground told RIA Novosti that the Syrian government forces have been repelling a massive Nusra-Front terrorists' attack in the Golan Heights when they were struck by the Israeli Air Force in the area.

Ivanka 'Too Busy' in WH to Testify in Lawsuit Regarding Shoe Design Theft
Ivanka Trump, the daughter of US President Donald Trump and an entrepreneur, is being accused of stealing a shoe design produced by her company IT Collection LLC. Trump has to testify in court over plagiarism claims in the next few months, Bloomberg reported.

Lugansk Republic Claims Kiev Plans Provocations Against OSCE Observers
The deputy security minister of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People's Republic (LNR), Aleksander Basov, claimed that Ukrainian security services are preparing provocations against Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) observers on the Ukrainian border with Russia's Crimea.

US-Led Coalition Expands Geography of Syria Airstrikes After Russia's Warning
The US-led coalition again expanded the geography of its airstrikes in Syria following Russia's warning earlier this week.

Iran Detains Daesh-Linked Group Suspected of Plotting Terror Attacks – Ministry
Iran’s security forces have people on suspicion of having ties to Daesh, the Iranian Intelligence and Security Ministry (MOIS) said in a statement Saturday.

Egyptian President Ratifies Red Sea Islands Transfer to Saudi Arabia
Egyptian President has ratified the maritime border demarcation agreement with Saudi Arabia, the state-controlled MENA agency reported Saturday, citing a government statement.

Death Toll in Massive Landslide in Chinese Sichuan Rises to 15 - Reports
The death toll in the landslide in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan rose to 15, over 100 people are still missing, local media reported Saturday.

Turkish Police Detain Five Terrorists in Southern Turkey
Turkish police have detained five people who entered Turkey from Syria and were going to perpetrate terrorist attacks in the country, local media reported Saturday, citing local authorities.

Turkish Stream Construction: Russia, Turkey Came to a 'Common Denominator'
Russian President Vladimir Putin started implementing the Turkish Stream project on Friday. The Russian leader held phone talks with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan aboard an installation vessel, informing him that pipe-laying work has started at the Turkish Stream pipeline's deep-water section.

At Least 2 Syrian Soldiers Killed in Israeli Strike in Golan Heights - Reports
At least two Syrian soldiers were killed as a result of airstrikes carried out by Israeli forces on Saturday in the disputed area of Golan Heights, media reported.

Under 200 Daesh Terrorists in Mosul as Iraqi Forces Prepare for Final Assault
Less than 200 militants of Daesh (banned in Russia) terror group are still in Mosul as Iraqi forces prepare for a decisive storming of the city center, media reported Saturday, citing military sources.

'Doomsday' Alert: Tornado Struck Hard Blow on US Nuke-Proof Planes
A fierce tornado damaged at least 10 US jets including the US Air Force “Doomsday” plane at Offutt base (Nebraska). A representative of the US Air Force reported that the incident occurred on June 16 but was made public on June 24.

Crude, Blood, Turmoil: Story of US First 'Successful' Overseas Regime Change
Newly declassified CIA documents emphasize the agency's significant role in the 1953 coup d'etat in Iran. While the CIA-led operation is still regarded by Washington as a "success," it actually led to dire consequences for both Iran and America, RIA Novosti contributor Vladimir Ardayev wrote.

German FM Says He Understands Czech Unwillingness to Accept Refugees Better Now
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Saturday said he gained a better understanding of the Czech Republic’s reluctance to take in undocumented migrants in accordance with the EU refugee relocation scheme following talks with his Czech counterpart.

Confederations Cup 2017 is Very Important for Russia, Here's Why
With Russia hosting the 2017 Confederations Cup, Sputnik’s Johnny Elias asked prominent Russian footballer Alexei Smertin and TV host Viktoria Lopyreva, both named by FIFA as honorary 2018 World Cup Ambassadors, why the competition is so important for Russian football.

Iran Condemns Foiled Terrorist Attack on Grand Mosque in Mecca
Iran strongly condemns the foiled terrorist attack on the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia and calls on regional powers to join efforts in the fight against terrorism, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said Saturday.

'Illegal and Unrealistic': Qatar Downplays Ultimatum Over Gulf Diplomatic Crisis
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt handed a 13-point ultimatum to Qatar on Friday, demanding for reducing ties to Iran, closing a Turkish military base and shutting down the Doha-based Al Jazeera news channel.

In Kalashnikov's Long Shadow: Russia's Top 5 Little-Known Assault Rifles
Russia’s latest Kalashnikov AK-12 and AK-15 assault rifles have successfully passed muster at live-fire trials and are slated to enter service with the Russian Armed Forces. They will replace the current versions of the tried-and-true AK-47 submachine gun, which has become the world’s most popular of its kind since it was introduced in 1949.

Israeli Air Force Attacks Syrian Army After Projectiles Fall in Golan Heights
The Israeli Air Force attacked the Syrian government forces' tanks and artillery positions after 10 projectiles fell on the Israeli-controlled part of the Golan Heights, the IDF said.

Another Incident Involving Drunk NATO Serviceman Occurs in Lithuania
A Dutch serviceman in Lithuania was caught driving a car in intoxicated condition and given an administrative punishment, the Lithuanian Police Department said Saturday.

Japanese Businesses Turning Away From US, Setting Eye on China
Washington’s decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has driven many Japanese companies into growing uncertainty. Currently, those companies are looking for a way out of the impasse resulting from the policy of the new United States presidential administration led by Donald Trump.

New Clinics Set Up in Aleppo in Just Two Months, Treat Thousands of Patients
Not so long ago Aleppo was under the control of Daesh terrorists. The civilians were in a dire situation as they were executed, tortured and oppressed in their own city. Now, however, after the recent liberation of the city, Aleppo is finally rising through the ashes of a brutal war.

Several Syrian Projectiles Fall on Israeli Part of Golan Heights – IDF
Several projectiles, launched from the Syrian territory, landed in the Israeli-controlled part of the Golan Heights, the Israel Defense Forces said Saturday.

Tajik Forces Prevent Armed Group From Crossing Afghan Border
The Tajikistan’s Drug Control Agency's officers prevented an armed group from crossing the Afghan-Tajik border, DCA press service’s head told Sputnik Saturday.

Rescuer on Wheels: Biker Chases Escaped Dog
A dog escaped from its owner on a busy street in Mexico City. A girl on her bike decided to help and started to chase the pet.

Turkish Companies Returning to Crimean Peninsula - Crimea Lawmaker
Turkish companies are actively launching work in Crimea, Chairman of Permanent Commission of Crimean Supreme Council on Health-Resort Complex, Tourism and Enterprise Aleksey Chernyak told Sputnik Saturday.

Summit in Brussels: Why the EU Is Deadlocked?
During the recent summit in Brussels, leaders of the EU member states extended sanctions against Russia until January 2018. The countries also discussed other important topics, like Brexit and the migration crisis. However, they seem to have failed to achieve any significant progress in the area.

'Jihadimobile Anatomy': A Look at Daesh's Most Deadly Weapons in Syria
Sputnik took a deeper look at the so-called "jihadimobiles," one of Daesh's main weapons in Syria.

Trump Questions Mueller & Comey's Past & Senate Investigates Loretta Lynch
On this episode of Fault Lines, Garland and Lee discuss President Trump's comments about James Comey and Robert Mueller’s friendship and the Senate’s new investigation about Loretta Lynch's connection with the Clinton campaign, why the suspect in an IT breach with democrats has fled the country, and the latest odd twist in the Saudi Qatar standoff.

'Late, But Welcome Step': UK Confirms the Rights of EU Expats
British Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to allow more than three million EU citizens to stay in the UK after Brexit. The proposal comes as part of May’s plan to ensure the rights of EU citizens living in the UK. Radio Sputnik discussed this with Reuven Ziegler, associate professor in International Refugee Law at the University of Reading.

Will Policy, Politics, or Money Save Black Lives in America?
Black America struggles to find answers as more are killed by police; Trump escalates tension in the Middle East and Korea.

Saudi Monarchy Wants to "Behead" Qatar
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Walter Smolarek fills in for Brian Becker and is joined by Alexander Mercouris, editor-in-chief of The Duran.

Total of 15 Policemen Injured in Mass Brawl in Eastern German City of Magdeburg
A total of 15 policemen have been injured in a large-scale scuffle with a drunken mob of 150 people in the eastern German city of Magdeburg, local media reported Saturday.

Federal Reserve Faces Rife Policy Debate Amid Uncertain Economic Outlook
Federal Reserve policymakers are debating further base interest rate hikes as downside pressure on the economy is not getting easier, while the Trump administration is nearing the implementation of its fiscal reform.

French Gov’t Minister Resignations Illustrate Macron's Firm Stance on Misconduct
The resignation of four French ministers in one week amid investigations into their alleged financial misconduct is unlikely to tarnish President Emmanuel Macron's image, whereas his tough position on the issue of lawmakers' accountability is well illustrated by the move, experts told Sputnik.

EU Official Explains Why Montenegro's EU Accession Talks Stall
The fact that the EU has not yet established a clear policy that defines a timeline for its enlargement is slowing down Montenegro's accession talks, Peter Kouroumbashev, the vice-chair of the European Parliament’s Delegation to the EU-Montenegro Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee, which handles Podgorica's talks, told Sputnik.

Terrorists Detained in Saudi Arabia Plotted a Blast at Mecca's Grand Mosque
Suspected terrorists detained in Saudi Arabia were going to carry out an explosion in the inner courtyard of Saudi Arabia's Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca, local media reported Saturday, citing sources in law enforcement agencies.

Putin Expresses Condolences to Chinese President Over Deadly Landslide
Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a letter with condolences to Chinese President Xi Jinping over the tragic consequences of a landslide in China's central Sichuan province, the Kremlin said Saturday.

Japan Protests Chinese Ships Entrance in Territorial Waters Near Senkaku
Japan’s Foreign Ministry lodged a protest Saturday against China with regard to the latter’s ships entering the Japanese territorial waters near the disputed Senkaku Islands, or Diaoyudao Islands, in the East China Sea.

Putin Says Work in KGB Was Tied to Non-Official Cover Espionage
The Russian president said that his work in the Soviet state security committee KGB was related to "illegal intelligence."

China Reiterates Warning to India Not to Meddle in South China Sea
China has again warned India to stay out of the South China Sea and the geopolitics that surrounds it. It asked both India and the US not to disturb peace in the region which Beijing considers its backyard, just a few days ahead of the Modi-Trump meeting in the US.

Made in USSR: Soviet Girls' Natural Beauty Stuns and Amazes
Take a look at young Soviet women and their lifestyles in Sputnik's gallery.

House of Saudi Cards: The Inside Story
Just when geopolitical practitioners were betting on regime change in Qatar – orchestrated by a desperate House of Saud – regime change ended up happening in Riyadh, orchestrated by Warrior Prince, Destroyer of Yemen and Blockader of Qatar, Mohammad bin Salman (MBS).

Why Qatar Unlikely to Bow to Saudi-Led Demand for Cutting Ties With Iran
On Friday, media reported that four Gulf Arab states have made up a list of conditions Qatar needs to meet in order to defuse tensions with its neighbors.

At Least 20 Injured After Overnight Militant Shelling in Syrian City of Aleppo
Overnight shelling of a market in the Syrian city of Aleppo left at least 20 people injured, some of them seriously, local media reported Saturday.

Ukraine Appeals UK Court Ruling on Its $3 bln Russia Debt
Ukraine has appealed the ruling of London’s High Court of Justice on its $3 billion debt to Russia. In a statement on Friday, the Ukrainian Finance Ministry said that it was confident that it would win the case in the Court of Appeal.

Wakeboarding Russia-Style in Giant Puddle
Who said wakeboarding is impossible in the city? These two Russian men dispel that myth.