Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the Western countries’ so-called proofs of a purported use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government in the town of Douma, near capital Damascus, are “ludicrous” for experts, hours after the armed forces of the US, Britain and France launched a heavy barrage of cruise missiles on different localities of the Arab country.
West’s proof of suspected chemical attack in Douma ‘ludicrous’ for experts: Lavrov
Passengers urged to change travel plans
French rail workers began another two-day rolling strike on Friday which has hit services across the country. But President Emmanuel Macron has vowed he will not back down.
Macron faces a wave of strikes, protests
Officials from Iran's Scientific Association of Urban Economy and National Transport University of Ukraine (NTU) signed a memorandum of understanding scientific cooperation in Kiev Friday.
Iran, Ukraine sign scientific cooperation MoU
Syrian Air defense confronted on Saturday the US, French and British aggression on Syria.
Syrian Air defense confronts US, French and British aggression on Syria
The Iranian and German foreign ministers have stressed that Tehran's missile program is not related to the country's nuclear deal with the world powers.
Iran, German FMs reject links between nuclear deal, missile program
Moscow has cast doubt on authenticity of a report by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) on the poisoning of a Soviet-era spy in the UK, saying it may be part of Britain’s agenda to harm Russia’s reputation.
OPCW’s poisoning report may be part of UK agenda to discredit Russia: Zakharova
Just short of waving a checkered flag, Pope Francis blessed a Formula E electric racing car on Wednesday parked up at the Vatican.
Pope blesses Formula E electric racing car
A police officer from the Spanish Civil Guard has dived into the waters off Ceuta's Mediterranean coast to save a drowning female migrant.
Spain: Police officer risks life to save migrant drowning in Mediterranean
The leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, says members of parliament (MPs) should decide if British Prime Minister Theresa May can join the United States in any military action against Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack.
UK Labor leader Corbyn says MPs should have say on military action in Syria

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