The INF treaty was signed by President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987 - meant to prevent both countries from positioning short and intermediate-range, land-based nuclear missiles in Europe. He also said that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies fully support his decision. "So we must prepare for a world without the Treaty", she wrote.
A video released by the Investigative Committee showed Arashukov, in handcuffs, being brought to its headquarters for questioning. Many Russian citizens who are not ethnic Russians are more comfortable speaking their native languages. Mr Arashukov denied the accusations, his lawyer was quoted by RIA news agency as saying . He's accused of ordering two murders in 2010 in his home region of Karachayevo-Cherkessiya in Southern Russia, the Investigative Committee said in a statement.
Border Patrol Agents in Arizona confiscated 250-pounds of deadly fentanyl Thursday afternoon, making it the largest bust in history. The street value for the fentanyl alone: over $102 million. Fentanyl is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and 30 to 50 times more potent than heroin. Packets of fentanyl and methamphetamine, which U.S.
Iran has threatened to pull out of the deal unless the European powers enable it to receive economic benefits. Germany, France and Britain have launched an EU-backed system to facilitate trade with Iran to help European businesses circumvent unilateral U.S.
He said that Mr Paul had resumed his "customary lifestyle" that includes golf and a skiing excursion, after the attack . Boucher said the attack was not political, and that he simply lost his temper over a yard disagreement. The day before the attack, Boucher said, he had burned another brush pile that Paul had created near the boundary. In his testimony, Paul, a former presidential candidate, said he struggled to breathe in the moments after the attack and described a "living hell" for ...
England and Wales should not be quite as cold. Blizzard conditions caused serious travel disruption this evening which saw up to 12cm of snow fall in Cornwall in just a few hours. A Met Office yellow weather warning is in place from 1pm today until 9pm tomorrow. Weather charts show the worst affected areas will be southern England and northern Scotland this evening, with up to 15cm of snowfall expected.