Tucked in WADA's rules lies a ticking bomb for European football and Russia's hopes of hosting Euro 2020 games
UEFA’s Euro 2020 plans could be thrown into disarray due to WADA’s compliance code and Russia’s impending ban over widespread doping.
Iran resumes uranium enrichment at underground plant, takes step back from commitments under 2015 nuclear agreement
Iran resumed uranium enrichment at its underground Fordow plant south of Tehran on Thursday in a new step back from its commitments under a landmark 2015 nuclear deal.
Mark Esper in Baghdad; US defence secretary to discuss deployment of American troops in Iraq to conduct operations against IS
Esper has said that under the current plan, all US troops leaving Syria will go to western Iraq, continue to conduct operations against Islamic State
Russia, Turkey reach 'historic' deal on Syrian border; Moscow agrees to preserve 'safe-zone' between Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain
Russia and Turkey have agreed to ensure Kurdish forces withdraw from areas close to Syria's border with Turkey and to launch joint patrols, in a deal hailed as 'historic' by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
'Iron brothers' China and Pakistan differ on Turkey's offensive in Syria; Beijing asks Ankara to stop invasion while Islamabad offers support
In a rare foreign policy disagreement, "iron brothers" China and Pakistan have ended up on the opposite sides of Turkey's military action in northern Syria as Beijing asked Ankara to stop its offensive against Kurdish forces while Islamabad backed the assault
After US pulls out of Syria, Russia deploys troops to help Kurdish fighters against impending Turkish invasion
Russia moved to fill the void left by the United States in northern Syria on Tuesday, deploying troops to keep apart advancing Syrian government forces and Turkish troops
Afghan Taliban dismisses fear of attacks on India after US troop withdrawal, says neighbourhood's support vital to rebuild country
the Taliban are at their strongest since their ouster in 2001 and hold sway over more than half the country
Russia warplanes bombed four hospitals in Syria over 12 hours this year, claims New York Times report
Russian warplanes bombed four hospitals in rebel-held territory in Syria over a period of just 12 hours earlier this year, The New York Times reported on Sunday.
'Apple pushed me towards homosexuality': Russian man files lawsuit against tech giant, claims it caused him moral harm
'Apple pushed me towards homosexuality through manipulation. The changes have caused me moral and mental harm,' the complaint said.
Moscow, New Delhi in talks on production of S-400 air defence system in India, says Rostec CEO Sergey Chemezov
Moscow is holding talks with New Delhi on starting the production of S-400 Air Defense Systems in India, said Sergey Chemezov, CEO of Russia's Rostec state corporation said on Sunday
Russia holds talks with Taliban delegation in Moscow, stresses on need to relaunch US-Taliban peace negotiations
Trump has been eager to end America's longest war, launched 18 years ago after the 11 September attacks
A long-awaited swap of prisoners between Russia and Ukraine was underway on Saturday, sources and state media said.
Narendra Modi holds talks with Vladimir Putin on sidelines of 5th Eastern Economic Forum, says ‘Russia integral friend, trustworthy partner’
The two countries cooperate extensively in the strategic fields of defence, civil nuclear energy and peaceful uses of space
India appoints Pavan Kapoor as next ambassador to UAE; 1990 cadre IFS officer to replace Navdeep Singh Puri
Kapoor has served in different capacities in the Indian Missions in Moscow, Kyiv, London and Geneva
Russia, China say US testing new missile can spark arms race; urge Washington to 'let go of its Cold War mentality'
Russia and China warned on Tuesday that a new US missile test had heightened military tensions and risked sparking an arms race.
Russian pilot makes emergency landing in cornfield after bird hits flight; hailed as hero by citizens, passengers
A Russian pilot was hailed as a hero Thursday for safely landing an Airbus carrying more than 230 people in a Moscow cornfield after a bird strike
Vladimir Putin warns Donald Trump against developing nuclear missiles as US discards INF treaty with Russia
Vladimir Putin warned that Moscow would start developing nuclear missiles if the United States started doing the same. The US formally left the Intermediate Nuclear Forces treaty with Russia on Friday after determining that Moscow was violating the treaty.
US to withdraw from Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia; ex-defence secretary Ash Carter calls move 'not so bad'
Earlier this year, President Donald Trump's administration announced its intention to ditch agreement, accusing Moscow of repeatedly violating its terms. Washington formally launched the procedure of leaving the treaty on 1 February, a six-month process.
Two guitarists of German heavy metal band Rammstein kissed on stage during their performance in Moscow, in a bid to protest Russia's anti-LGBTQI laws.
Estimated annual expenditure of Rs 1.5 crore is anticipated to be incurred at ITLU in Moscow.