By Natalia Zinets
SALERNO, Italy (Reuters) – Italy held a mass funeral on Friday for 26 young Nigerian women who drowned while trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
By Jan Strupczewski and Elizabeth Piper
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday it was not yet known if Russian President Vladimir Putin will run for re-election when his term ends next year.
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea and the United States agreed on Friday to keep working for a peaceful end to the North Korean nuclear crisis, but a U.S. envoy said it was difficult to gauge the
MOSCOW (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Thursday which said Russia’s armed forces numbered just over 1.9 million people, including over 1 million military servicemen.
By Ellen Francis
By Ben Blanchard
MINSK (Reuters) – There is a substantial difference between how Germany and France envisage the possible deployment of U.N. peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine and Russia’s position, German Foreign