Press Review: China among top buyers of Russian arms and language bill in Ukraine

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Top stories in the Russian press on Wednesday, November 2
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Oscar Calderon Jr., a Los Angeles County probation officer, has plead guilty to assaulting multiple female inmates at Camp Scudder, a juvenile detention center in Santa Clarita, California, the Los An
The man credited with stopping an armed robbery at a Starbucks in Fresno, California, may now face an excessive force legal challenge by the suspect. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russia is represented by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov
It’s been a rough day on the Internet for former United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage, a prominent Donald Trump backer who led the Brexit campaign last year. First, Farage spar
Earlier, 225 people were reported dead
As headlines surrounding former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, a former defense and intelligence official raised the possibility that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may be investigating how he
On Wednesday evening, President Donald Trump claimed he would not sign or support the GOP’s latest effort to repeal and replace the Obama-era Affordable Care Act if it didn’t protect peopl
The diplomats met on Tuesday on the sidelines of the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday
Shares in tech giant slip over questionable reviews for latest version of gadget
Balakhnichev said the payments were connected with the development of the pole vaulting tournament Pole Vault Stars, and Bubka himself told media the payment had been legal
The eye of Hurricane Maria has left more than 3.4 million residents without power in Puerto Rico after battering the island with life-threatening winds for 12 to 24 hours. However, the
All security cameras are vulnerable to attack by infrared light, a transmission invisible to the human eye, which could infiltrate sensitive data like PIN codes and passwords, a new stu
Russia did not sign the US-initiated declaration on a UN reform because it is against ready decisions imposed on the countries, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said
"We cannot expect from current Kiev authorities any common sense and constructive steps in the context of this conflict as well as any readiness for compromises and negotiations," the lawmaker said
Current and former employees of a restaurant in Trump International Hotel have filed a racial discrimination lawsuit in DC Superior Court. The Washington Post reports two former employees and one curr
For almost two weeks, Equifax has been sending people affected by their massive security breach to a bogus website. The non-malicious creator of the imposter site was out to prove a poi
Tech giant seeks to bolster its challenge to market leaders including Apple and Samsung
Business paper Finance comments on Thursday that "despite the general election being held next year, the time to tackle sensitive issues has passed, apparently". But, there is time for measu
The newspaper Ve?er comments on Thursday that the passing of changes to the criminal procedure act has laid bare the infighting between Interior Minister Vesna Györkös ˇnidar and Justice Minister Gora
In its latest commentary, the weekly Demokracija calls on voters to go to Sunday's referendum and reject the government's plan to construct a second railway track between the port of Koper and
A man armed with a huge knife was filmed in southern Russia in a tense standoff with cops. Media said he had been wandering the streets after killing the baby daughter of his niece and
Lavrov heads the Russian delegation to the session of the UN General Assembly, which opened in New York on September 12
Gennady Gatilov recalled that this working group comprises two subgroups - on humanitarian issues and on maintaining the regime for stopping acts of hostility
Gennady Gatilov said no to a question whether the Russian initiative had been rejected
Gwyneth Paltrow’s long-awaited Goop standalone store opened its doors Sept.16 at the Brentwood Country Mart in Los Angeles. Roman & Williams Buildings and Interiors, the pairing of married
MPs will begin discussing on Thursday an interim report on alleged laundering of Iranian money through Slovenian largest bank NLB. Also on the agenda of the plenary today are several legislative prop
Prime Minister Miro Cerar will address the general debate of the 72nd UN General Assembly session on Thursday. In the forefront of his address will be the values important to Slovenia, while he will
The government's macroeconomic think-tank IMAD will unveil its updated economic growth forecast today. A significant upgrade is expected from the spring forecast of 3.6% expansion of GDP as Slove
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jackson County, Mo., prosecutors on Wednesday charged a father and his daughter with attacking the girl’s ex-boyfriend Tuesday at Ruskin High School, leaving the 18-year-old i
"It is difficult to determine at the moment how necessary and expedient this format is," Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said
Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas on Wednesday urged the United Nations to end what he described as an “apartheid” regime imposed by Israel in the Palestinian territories. “We are entr
Broadcaster Keith Olbermann characterized President Donald Trump as a “human double standard” due to the hypocrisy demonstrated by President Donald Trump’s authoritarianism and victi
Czech President Milos Zeman criticized Donald Trump for lecturing “misbehaving” countries during his address to the UN, and says that the international community should be based on pari

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