The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) supported by the Kazakh government opened Aug. 29 its first-ever Low Enriched Uranium (LEU) Bank in Kazakhstan. The $150 million facility will help ensure a steady supply of low enriched uranium for countries’ nuclear power programmes.
The day North Korea fired a missile over Japan, the French president used a key speech to describe the battle against Islamist terrorism as his "top priority."
Chief adviser for Colin Powell gives interview to Azeri.Today
Turkey had increased gas import from Iran by 56.53 percent to 751.18 million cubic meters in May, year-on-year.
Eight Serbian scientists are leading a research project to develop the commercial production of biofuel from algae. The pioneering project is supported by the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme and is carried out by Belgrade’s Institute for Multidisciplinary Research in cooperation with Manchester University in the United Kingdom and Baylor University in the United States.
A border dispute high in the Himalayas puts the decades long "cold peace" between India and China under severe strain.
U.S. forces in Afghanistan have once again vowed to defeat the Islamic State militant group. the top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan told VOA.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Aug. 25 that Poland was isolating itself within the European Union, and that the Polish government was at odds with the bloc's democratic values and economic reform plans.
Relations between Latvia and Russia are not easy but common ground will be sought - ambassador-designate
Relations between Latvia and Russia are not easy but it is a diplomat’s mission to talk and seek common ground, Latvian ambassador-designate to Russia Maris Riekstins said in an interview with LNT commercial TV channel this morning.
In a long telephone conversation on Wednesday – after Belgrade withdrew its diplomats from Skopje – Serbian and Macedonian leaders agreed to try to improve recently tense relations through more dialogue.