A new Russian-made air traffic control system went into operation in the Cuban capital’s Jos· Mart· International Airport, the manufacturer VNIIRA-OVD told TASS.
"VNIIRA-OVD, jointly with St. Petersb
Eight Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in action in Donbas, the east of Ukraine, on Saturday, May 27, as a result of 49 attacks mounted by Russia's hybrid military forces, according to the press ce
British Airways said it hopes to resume most flights out of London’s major airports on Sunday after a computer systems failure caused chaos for thousands of passengers on a busy holiday weekend.
Russia’s Foreign Minister said development of Eurasian integration and promotion of EAEU foreign relations are Russia’s unconditional foreign policy priority
Accompanied by His Holiness Catholicos of All Armenians Garegin II, the high-ranking leadership
and guests, the President laid a wreath at the memorial by paying a tribute to the memory of
Bayo Akinloye As Nigeria marks its 18th Democracy Day anniversary, the All Progressives Congress in Oyo State has applauded Senator Abiola Ajimobi over what the party described as the governor’s
Russia’s President expressed confidence in further development of the entire range of bilateral partnership in line with improvement of the regional stability and security
French President Emmanuel Macron acknowledged the importance of dialogue with Russia in resolving certain international problems during the G7 summit in Italy. The statement comes ahead
In the heroic battles of Sardarapat, Gharakilisa and Bash-Aparan the ancestors of Armenian
nation gained the people’s right to live, President Serzh Sargsyan said at the event in Sardarapat
Director of the Museum Karen Aristakesyan told reporters that works of the most prominent
Armenian Galamkaryan family of Aleppo are presented in the Museum.
Fifty years ago, the Igbo people of southeast Nigeria seceded, declaring an independent Republic of Biafra and sparking a brutal civil war that left about one million people dead. – Coups and se
May 28 is the most important milestone for the foundation of our statehood and democracy.
Despite all difficulties and challenges, our people in 1918 heroically received their inalienable right
Head of Donetsk military and civilian administration Pavlo Zhebrivsky has given details about a recent attack by Russia's hybrid military forces on the Ukrainian-controlled town of Krasnohorivka i
Russia's hybrid military forces have been shelling residential areas of the Ukrainian-controlled town of Krasnohorivka in Donbas for two hours on Sunday, May 28, according to chief of the Main Pol
Barcelona fans have many more years to enjoy Lionel Messi, assured outgoing coach Luis Enrique after the Argentine handed his boss a successful send-off in a 3-1 Copa del Rey final win over Alaves. Me
A Lionel Messi masterclass salvaged some silverware to end Barcelona’s season and gave coach Luis Enrique a victorious send-off as the Catalans retained the Copa del Rey with a 3-1 win over Alav
On May 28 Armenians worldwide celebrate the 99th anniversary of establishment of the First
Republic of Armenia and the historical victory in the battle of Sardarapat.
Almost 121,000 vehicles were registered for the first time in Slovenia last year, which is 11% more than in 2015, according to the Statistics Office. Some three quarters of these vehicles (almost 90,0
Pekarna Pe?jak, one of Slovenia's largest producers of bread, pasta and pastry, reported sales of EUR 29.5m for 2016, an increase of almost 15% on the year before. Net profit trebled to EUR 1.5m.
Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday voiced concern over President David Granger’s delay in selecting a nominee to serve as the Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission (Gecom), while stre
Number 11 Village, Corentyne, Berbice is a small village with a population of just over 300 people. However, the village is popular for its large-scale fishing.
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The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) yesterday labeled the government’s proposed plan to hold a referendum on decriminalizing gay sex as an “odious” cop-out, and a substitute for leadership, cou
A Texila American University medical student yesterday afternoon spearheaded the delivery of a baby mid-air aboard a Guyana Defence Force (GDF) aircraft, which was transporting the mother to the city
While efforts to determine the extent of recent flooding and its impact on communities in Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) are still in progress, the Ministry of the Presidency has said that Phillipai w
In January this year, doctors found a blood clot in one of polio survivor Pamela London’s feet, which resulted in her being hospitalised for four months.
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A man and his wife were arrested on Friday evening after police raided their Duncan Street, Campbellville home and found just over 25 pounds of cocaine and three handguns and ammunition.
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It is “unhealthy” for Justice Franklyn Holder’s call for an apology from Attorney General Basil Williams to remain pending, according to Senior Counsel Ralph Ramkarran, who says the issue should now b
Government is working to meet the specific requirements of the Norwegian government so that it can access US$80 million in payments for forest services being held by the Inter-American Development Ban
At 21 Rebekah Saleem was newly married and pregnant, and just when she thought life couldn’t get any better she was told she was carrying twin girls.
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President of the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers’ Union (GAWU) Komal Chand is urging the government to reconsider its decision to divest the Skeldon estate as he is confident that the co-gener
Following an almost three month hiatus, the Court of Appeal will be fully operational from tomorrow, with the hearing of pending applications for leave to approach the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ)
The Ministry of Communities’ Department of Housing yesterday cautioned the 14 private contractors participating in the Housing Solutions 2017 and Beyond Exhibition to ensure that the prices they quote
The family of Watcliffe Charles, the watchman who died after he was struck in an accident last October, says it is being kept in the dark about why the driver responsible has not yet been charged.
Kim Jong-un has ordered the mass-production and deployment of a new type of anti-aircraft guided weapon system which the North Korean leader personally witnessed being test fired recent