Russian President Vladimir Putin was presented with a number of miniature gifts during a session with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).
From the sandy deserts, to the highest mountain peaks poking above the clouds and the vast oceans of our planet, NASA astronauts have captured all of the Earth’s majesty like never before. But how well do you know our planet?
US sanctions against Russia are pointless and completely out of order, according to the President of Thomas Vendome Investment Jean-Pierre Thomas. He said Washington’s sanctions should not be of any concern for European companies.
Crisis looming over global economy without free trade. Multilateral free trade is a key to global economic stability, global leaders at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) have agreed.
Sesame Workshop has filed a lawsuit against “The Happytime Murders,” a film where puppets have sex, drugs and shoot each other alongside humans. The creators of the iconic kids' show say it's being tarnished by the crass comedy.
To the joy of environmentalists, but maybe not so much to ardent beer lovers, a Carlsberg-linked brewery has unveiled 'Pu:rest,' the first beer made from sewage water. The water is thoroughly purified, though.
President Vladimir Putin had a busy Friday going on stage at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum along with several key world leaders. Here are his best quotes selected by RT.
US President Donald Trump says "very productive talks" are underway with North Korea on holding the June 12 summit in Singapore. Talks on reinstating the meeting came within 24 hours of Trump's previously abrupt cancellation.
The top Russian pollster has conducted a survey on what Russians enjoy the most in life, and sex is not at the top of the list. Vodka and bear rodeos aren't either.
China’s telecom giant ZTE will be allowed to buy from US suppliers again if it changes its management team, installs US compliance officers and pays a $1.3 billion fine, according to a Trump administration proposal.
Apple has been bombarded with requests from the US government for access to their user data, and the rate is soaring, the company revealed in its biannual report.
Some of the truckers protesting high fuel prices in Brazil have agreed to unblock the roads after the government threatened to send in the army against them. The five-day strike highlighted Brazil’s economic woes.
Pablo Escobar’s former hitman, Jhon Jairo Velasquez Vasquez, AKA Popeye, was captured on Friday after he appeared at the prosecutor’s office in La Alpujarra, Medellín, Colombia.
More than 100 Palestinian protesters have been injured after gathering at the Israel-Gaza border to continue the March of Return protests, which have been marred by violence for over a month.
The question of whether Russia is a European or Asian country, or both, has perplexed its leaders and citizens for centuries. However, French President Emmanuel Macron believes he knows the answer.