NATO plans to increase the alliance’s presence in eastern countries, developing «spearhead force» within member states that will provide them with the ability to respond to threats ‘within very short periods of time’, as reported by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
Shortly after the tragic conflict in Gaza Strip, Israel announced on August 31 its plans to expropriate four square kilometres of land in the occupied West Bank.
After Apple presented its upcoming mobile operating system iOS 8 in June, developers of software applications have sought to shape apps in order to make use of iOS 8's new opportunities, which include today screen widgets, interactive notifications and adding photo editing functions to Apple's camera app.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has urged to hold talks between pro-Kremlin separatist rebels and Kyiv to protect civilians in the proximity of the conflict area.
In less than eight months of 2014, mankind has managed to use up its annual ecological budget for this year.
Ukraine's Security and Defence Council acknowledged on August 28 that Russian forces have captured the city of Novoazovsk and surrounding villages in the south-eastern corner of Ukraine. Fighter of Ukrainian voluntary battalion Dnipro-1 recalls the events from an eyewitness point of view.
Latvia condemns the armed invasion of Russian military forces in Ukraine. It is a clear act of aggression by the Russian Federation against Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and ruins the basic principles of international law, notes Latvian Foreign Ministry.
President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine has changed his plans to go on a visit to Turkey, stating the Russian troops are deployed in Ukraine.
Even in our modern age and civilized world there are some harsh locations where people manage to survive in tribes and nearly primitive conditions. Here are five such tribes presented by National Geographic survival instructor Hazen Audel.
The risk of Ebola virus entering Latvia is low. However, it is not impossible, says infectologist Yury Perevoshikov.
If NATO begins regular rotation of its forces within members states of Eastern Europe, Moscow will ‘respond’ in order to protect its own security interests, as it has been confirmed by Russian officials this week.