Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Falih said that the draft of an OPEC-non-OPEC indefinite cooperation charter is expected to be presented in the next two weeks. Sputnik discussed the OPEC-non-OPEC cooperation charter with Rajiv Biswas, Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS Markit.
The Brazilian president had a "private meeting" with US President Donald Trump. Sputnik spoke about it with Maurício Santoro, an international relations professor at Rio de Janeiro’s state university.
Daryle Jenkins, founder of the anti-racist group One People’s Project, joined Radio Sputnik Tuesday to discuss the need to expose the cozy relationship between white supremacists, US police forces and US military services in light of the recent discovery that several US service members are reportedly affiliated with white nationalism.
A federal court has ruled against agribiz giant Monsanto in a second case, finding the company’s popular weed killer, Roundup, was responsible for a California farmer’s cancer. The case paves the way for the settlement of tens of thousands of similar pending cases.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Venezuela's national electricity supplier Corpoelec said in a statement on Tuesday that it was working to restore electricity in the country after another disruption of power grids.
Israel’s Justice Minister recently appeared in an ad spraying herself with “fascism” perfume and saying “it’s the scent of democracy.” Her party has defended the ad as satirical mockery of leftist criticism, but an Israeli activist told Sputnik the minister’s far-right politics speak for themselves.
ROME (Sputnik) – Moscow believes that there may be further provocations aimed at disruption of the possibility of a further Russian-US dialogue on Venezuela, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Tuesday.
The recent release of hundreds of heavily redacted court records regarding the federal investigation into Michael Cohen, US President Donald Trump's former longtime lawyer, offers a concerning glimpse into the police state atmosphere in the nation's capital, author and journalist Daniel Lazare told Sputnik.
American technology company Intel Corporation, supercomputer manufacturer Cray and the US Department of Energy (DOE) are trying to build the most powerful computer in the US, capable of processing 1 quintillion (1018) calculations per second. The machine would be the US’ first exascale supercomputer.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Navy’s new Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar (EASR) is beginning live testing at the Wallops Island Test Facility in the state of Virginia, the Raytheon Company said in a press release.
On Monday, California Republican Representative Devin Nunes filed a $250 million lawsuit against social media giant Twitter, as well as specific Twitter accounts, claiming the website’s negligence contributed to a conspiracy against him that included defamation and other written attacks by a handful of users.
A journalist and multiple immigration legal advocates have been stopped and questioned at the US-Mexico border in recent months, a new report reveals, with at least one being questioned on their political beliefs, according to an investigative report by NBC News.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump has chosen a former Air Force pilot and airline senior executive to be the next head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the White House announced on Tuesday.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) is increasingly keeping an eye on social media platforms and their content to ensure fair conduct during the 2019 Parliamentary elections after reports of viral messages used to create fake news were reported in the run-up to the polls.