Antonio Guterres says UN is running out of cash, warns member countries to pay mandatory contributions on time
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that the global body was running out of cash and has asked the member countries to pay their mandatory contributions on time
International friendlies: Ivory Coast's Yaya Toure pulls out of games against Togo, Moldova due to family reasons
Yara Toure, who turns 35 in May, was named last week in a 24-man squad for matches in France against Togo and Moldova.
The weightlifting suspension was met with shock by Russia, which has been accused of widespread state-sponsored doping in recent years.
FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Ireland manager Martin O'Neill confident of qualifications, despite losing to Serbia at home
Ireland face Moldova in Dublin next month before concluding their campaign against Wales in Cardiff and even two wins would not guarantee them a place in the play-offs
Premier League: Manchester United well placed to challenge on all fronts this season, says Nemanja Matic
Nemanja Matic remained tight-lipped, however, about his move from Stamford Bridge which prompted many to conclude that Chelsea manager Antonio Conte had made a big mistake by letting him go.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey's injury could have been prevented, Wales manager Chris Coleman has said, adding he was surprised the Euro 2016 semi-finalist was rushed back for the opening Premier League game against Liverpool.
The presidents of Romania and Moldova paid their last respects to Anne of Romania at a royal castle amid some criticism about the grand royal funeral.
Hundreds of pro-Russian protesters blocked the main street in the capital of Moldova during the morning rush hour, demanding the resignation of the government
Amid the political tensions, Russia has also hinted that some 300,000 Moldovan workers in Russia may no longer be welcome.
Russia, seemingly able to thumb its nose at Western powers at will, may seek more opportunities for incursions in its former imperial backyard. The question many people are asking is: Who's next?
The Senate is set to endorse legislation that both normalizes trade with Russia and highlights the discord between the two countries over human rights issues.