The Kremlin said on Wednesday that Russia had not clinched a deal with the US to extend the New START arms pact, the last major nuclear treaty between the two countries, despite Washington’s assertions suggesting significant progress.
Kremlin says no deal yet with US on arms pact despite US assertions
A 10-year-old boy has been sleeping outside in a tent for more than 200 days in memory of two family friends.
British boy sleeps in tent for months in memory of friends
Iran’s Embassy in Belgium rejected recent “biased” reports by certain Western media concerning an Iranian diplomat who is illegally in jail in the European country, noting those media outlets are struggling to damage Iran-Europe relations.
Media hype aims at ‘torpedoing’ Iran-Europe relations: Embassy in Belgium
Russia on Tuesday reported record high daily coronavirus cases and deaths, pushing total infections to over 1.32 million, but authorities said they do not plan to impose lockdowns across the vast country.
Russia's daily coronavirus cases, deaths rise to record highs
The EU on Tuesday demanded “substantive” movement from Britain on fisheries, dispute settlement and guarantees of fair competition in their post-Brexit trade talks, which Germany said were at a “critical stage”.
EU pushes UK to budge at 'critical stage' in Brexit talks
Turkey should refrain from provocation in a gas dispute in the Eastern Mediterranean, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Tuesday, adding Germany stood in solidarity with Cyprus and Greece as EU partners.
Germany warns Turkey against ‘provocation’ in Eastern Mediterranean
A tourist who pilfered fragments from the ancient city of Pompeii 15 years ago has returned the artifacts, claiming they were “cursed”.
Tourist returns stolen artifacts from Pompeii 'after suffering curse'
Iran’s ambassador to international organizations in Vienna has criticized recent remarks made by the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) about Iran’s nuclear program, calling them 'nonrelevant' terms that have no place in IAEA’s documents.
Iran slams IAEA chief’s 'nonrelevant' terms on Tehran nuclear program
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce new measures to tackle a growing coronavirus crisis today, moving to work more closely with local leaders from England’s worst affected areas.
Turning local, British PM to unveil new coronavirus rules

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