World is vulnerable to dangerous upsurge in nerve agents, Defence Secretary says 

The World is vulnerable to dangerous upsurge in chemical attacks including nerve agents after Salisbury poisonings, Defence Secretary says Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said it was clear Russia remained an ‘adversary’ He said country represented a challenge to international law and the world order Said world order had been ‘loosened’, giving new opportunities to terror … Read more

Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine works well against UK and South African variants, researchers say

Russia’s Sputnik V Covid vaccine works well against UK and South African variants of the virus, researchers say Vladimir Putin green-lit approval for mass-use of Sputnik V in Russia last August Last month is order review of the vaccine’s effectiveness against new variants Researchers suggest the Russian-made shot protects against UK and South African variants … Read more

Boeing 777 makes an emergency landing in Moscow after suffering engine problems

A Boeing 777 airliner on Friday made an emergency landing in Moscow with engine problems, the operating airline said, six days after another model rained down engine debris over the United States. Russia’s state-owned Rossiya airline said the crew had registered the ‘incorrect operation of the engine control sensor’ on a cargo flight from Hong … Read more

Irina Shayk strikes a pose in bright green wig as she shares behind the scenes clip from Vogue shoot

Irina Shayk strikes a pose in bright green wig as she shares behind the scenes clip from Vogue Russia shoot By Sean O’grady For Mailonline Published: 13:30 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 13:30 GMT, 24 February 2021 She became internationally known when she became the first Russian model to appear on the cover of … Read more

Dog bone fragment dating back 10,150 years is discovered in Alaska

Did dogs follow humans to the Americas? Bone fragment dating back 10,150 years is discovered in Alaska suggesting pups may have migrated alongside man A chunk of bone from a dog’s femur was studied by the University at Buffalo   It reveals the animal died around 10,150 years ago in what is now Alaska Relative of dogs that … Read more

EU imposes sanctions on Kremlin officials in response to crackdown on Putin critic Alexei Navalny 

European Union foreign ministers have agreed to impose sanctions on four senior Russian officials close to President Vladimir Putin in response to the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.  Russia’s foreign ministry on Monday blasted the move amid the crackdown on Kremlin critic Navalny and his supporters. EU foreign ministers earlier Monday agreed to impose … Read more

President Biden prepares to announce sanctions on Russia

The Biden administration is preparing to issue sanctions on Russia over the jailing of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. According to Politico, the US is expected to coordinate with European allies a sanctions rollout against Russia in the coming weeks.    Sources told the news outlet that US sanctions on Russia would be the Biden administration’s … Read more

Taron Egerton sports a moustache and grey suit while shooting new scenes for film Tetris in Aberdeen

Taron Egerton sports a moustache and grey suit as he transforms into game developer Henk Rogers while shooting new scenes for film Tetris in Aberdeen By Sean O’grady For Mailonline Published: 16:05 GMT, 21 February 2021 | Updated: 16:07 GMT, 21 February 2021 He has been hard at work on set of biopic Tetris in … Read more