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The day was conceived to spread awareness of the tremendous contributions of NGOs all around the world and honour the relentless efforts of the social workers both in the public and private sectors
Diplomatic proposals to counter Russia’s buildup centre on sanctions that could limit energy trade
While Moscow and the West are mulling their next steps, NATO said it was bolstering its deterrence in the Baltic Sea region, and the US ordered 8,500 troops on higher alert for potential deployment to Europe
The US said that it still believes the pipeline to be a geopolitical project of the Russian Federation and would continue to oppose it
Taking to their Instagram handle, the space agency posted a few photos that featured phytoplanktons in turquoise, green, and light blue colour in water.
Ferry with 335 people on board catches fire in Baltic Sea; four Lithuanian military ships sent for rescue
The ferry, Regina Seaways, sent out a distress call at 1045 GMT and the Lithuanian military sent a helicopter to the vessel and has two more on standby if needed
India, Pakistan militaries to attend SCO-organised drill in Russia in August, countries to discuss measures to curb militant groups, ideologies
Militaries of India and Pakistan will be attending the SCO-organised, anti-terror drill in Russia. The drill, "Peace Mission" will discuss curbing terror groups all over the world
President Vladimir Putin on Sunday oversaw a pomp-filled display of Russia's naval might as the Kremlin paraded its sea power from the Baltic Sea to the shores of Syria.
Chinese and Russian commanders conducted a simulation exercise in Kaliningrad province for the ongoing joint military drills code-named "Joint Sea 2017" in the Baltic Sea.
Germany on Friday lashed out at Washington over new sanctions against Russia that target the planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Europe.
The appearance of the B-52, a long-range bomber that first went into service in the 1950s, irked Moscow