The Kremlin on Sunday warned against “baseless accusations” over last week’s attacks in the Gulf of Oman on two oil tankers, blamed by Washington and Riyadh on Iran.
Putin made his gloomy assessment ahead of a G20 summit in Japan later this month at which he might meet U.S. President Donald Trump.
Russia and China appear to be intent on strengthening their alliance.
For the first time since 2004 (when the 60th anniversary of D-Day was commemorated), Russian President Vladimir Putin has not been invited.
The Kremlin rebuffs criticism from U.S. President Donald Trump after he tells the Russian and Syrian government to stop “bombing the hell out of” Syria’s rebel-held Idlib province. Vanessa Johnston reports.
Moscow has described the Washington ultimatum as unnacceptable.
John Brennan, #resistance hero…
During a nearly hour-long interview in Anchorage, Alaska, CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford pressed the attorney general on a number of issues from obstruction to his new review of the Russia investigation.
For over a year, people have asked me to declassify. What I’ve done is declassified everything. [Attorney General William Barr] can look. I hope he looks at the UK and I hope he looks at Australia, and I hope he looks at Ukraine. I hope he looks at everything,” Trump said.
Renata Dwan, director of the U.N. Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), said all states with nuclear weapons have nuclear modernization programs underway and the arms control landscape is changing, partly due to strategic competition between China and the United States.