The final death toll in the EF5 tornado that ripped through Moore just outside Oklahoma City on Monday is 24, including 10 children. Locals complain about exorbitant prices and rising insurance costs.
Russian MP Semyon Bagdasarov on Interpol’s resufal to assit Russia in tracking William Browder in exclusive interview to the Voice of Russia.
Russia is after friendly relations and productive cooperation with all countries in Africa.
Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah on Saturday vowed "victory" in Syria, where militants of his powerful Lebanese Shiite movement are fighting alongside regular troops against rebels trying to topple the regime.
Russia has plans for an adequate technological response to any American missile defence system based on European soil.
Thousands of athletes have joined victims of the Boston Marathon bombings to run and walk the last mile of the race, reclaiming the triumph of crossing the finish line.
Four crew members captured by pirates off Equatorial Guinea's coast have been released a month after their container vessel was attacked, a news report said on Saturday citing the management company.
Heavily-armed Maoist rebels on Saturday killed 17 people, including 12 local Congress leaders, after ambushing a convoy in a remote tribal belt of central India, a top police officer said.
Patriarch Kirill has unveiled a Moscow statue of St Germogen, a Russian Patriarch who was martyred by invaders from Poland in 1612.
"The passengers of a Boeing 777 en route from Moscow to New York,which earlier made an emergency landing at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport shortly after takeoff, are safe and sound", Sergey Bykhal, spokesman for Transaero aircarrier that operated the flight, told the Voice of Russia.
Brazil said Saturday it plans to cancel $900 million (700 million euro) worth of debt in 12 African countries, as part of a broader strategy to boost ties with the continent.
Lebanese banks in Cyprus have wired over $1.2 billion in deposits back to Lebanon in the last two weeks, the Daily Star wrote Saturday.
The European Union will emerge from the current crisis stronger than before if the EU governments pursue their previously set agendas and discard their self-serving interests.
On Thursday, the Japanese stock market experienced its biggest one-day plunge since 2011 caused by an earthquake coupled with a giant tsunami. This time, the cause of the crash had nothing to do with a natural disaster.
Bitcoin, the digital cryptocurrency, is starting to attract the attention of the US government. It seems that the American authorities would like to destroy the digital currency before it could become a widespread alternative to the US dollar.
David Cameron's woes are continuing this week with plans to legalize same-sex marriage to be debated in Parliament today and tomorrow. The issue is hugely divisive, not least within the Tory Party which seems to have been in open rebellion in the last couple of weeks over everything from the E.U. to the next election. And on Sunday 34 current and former local party chairmen delivered a letter to Downing Street opposing the policy as "flawed, un-Conservative and costing us dearly in votes and membership". Gay marriage is causing a heated row across the political and public spheres.
Apple's first computer, Apple-1, was sold at an auction in Germany on Saturday for around $670,000, a record price for this kind of machine, news reports said on Saturday.
Munich's mayor, Josef "Hepp" Monatzeder, expressed surprise at the absence of the mayor of Kyiv at a gay pride march in Kyiv on Saturday.