- Sri Lanka sends troops to fuel stations amid worsening economic crisis
- No one is afraid of Alexey Navalny’: Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour – CNN Video
- Ukrainian sailors block Russian billionaire’s yacht in Turkey – CNN Video
- Giant debris cloud spotted by NASA telescope after celestial objects collide
- Putin spokesman refuses to rule out use of nuclear weapons if Russia faced an ‘existential threat’
Sri Lanka posted soldiers at hundreds of state-run gas stations on Tuesday to help distribute fuel after a sudden rise in prices of key commodities and accompanying shortages forced tens of thousands of people to queue for hours.
After two dwarf planet-size objects collided near NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope, it was able to see the massive dust cloud resulting from the impact.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s chief spokesman has conceded that Russia has yet to achieve any of its military goals in Ukraine and refused to deny that Moscow could resort to the use of nuclear weapons.