Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry says soldier Fikret Besirov martyred in a border clash with Armenian forces
Political committee of Syrian opposition says Jan. 23 Astana summit will pave way for peace talks in Geneva next month
"We are considering speaking to authorities about another search for human remains," Evert van Zijtveld, chairman of the MH17 victims' foundation, said on Saturday.
Kiev and the rebels agreed a new "indefinite" ceasefire deal after Ukraine and Russia held talks in Minsk last month mediated by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and it went into force on December 24.
Russia says preparations for intra-Syrian talks being conducted 'intensively'
The 2 countries celebrate 25 years of diplomatic relations in 2017
Freelancer Michel Spekkers was met by police as he returned to Schiphol airport late Saturday after visiting the region and writing an article about his discovery at the site.
The conflict has claimed the lives of nearly 10,000 people and was one of the main factors why Moscow's relations with the West are at a post-Cold War low.
Volodymyr Groysman said the dollar would now cost 18.5 Ukrainian hryvnias instead of the current 26.5 if Kiev did not need to pay hard cash for its fuel supplies.
Turkey's Transportation Minister Arslan makes announcement during year review program in Ankara
The North Caucasus region has been a major source for foreigners fighting in Syria and Iraq.
Bulgarian-made arms allegedly found inside opposition-controlled arsenals in Aleppo
The military said the death occurred on Wednesday in the village of Kurti Blaka, some 15 kilometres (nine miles) north of the militias' de facto capital of Donetsk.
"The second onboard recorder from the Tu-154 plane has been found and raised from the seabed," the defence ministry said in a statement to Russian news agencies.
Flight recorder will be taken to Moscow for investigation
Investigators have yet to confirm the cause of the crash, but officials said that an act of terror was not being considered as a possible explanation, despite the plane and its black boxes still being underwater.
The Tu-154 plane went down in the Black Sea shortly after taking off from the southern city of Adler where it had been refuelling, defence ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov told Russian news agencies.
Debris found off Sochi coast after military plane crashes with 91 people on board, including 83 passengers and 8 crew
Billionaire Igor Kolomoyskiy said in his first published comments since Sunday's takeover of PrivatBank that Kiev officials falsely accused him of issuing bad loans to cronies and having insufficient capital to stay afloat.
Some of the 15 are seriously ill or elderly and six of them are women, she said.
Fighting in eastern Ukraine after Russia's illegal Crimea annexation continues to take toll
Aliyev, who has ruled in Azerbaijan since 2003, revealed the scope of the weapons deals during the press conference. Netanyahu did not address the security cooperation between the two countries.