Donald Trump has given his first post-election press conference, an at times lively affair during which Trump claimed he was leading a movement the likes of which the world had never seen.
A plane carrying 35 Russian diplomats and their families, who have been expelled by order of President Barack Obama, has arrived back in Moscow.
It’s goodbye for now for 35 Russian diplomats and their families who on Thursday (December 29) were given 72 hours to leave the US.
President Putin has said Moscow “will not expel anyone” in response to Washington’s expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats over alleged cyber hacking to interfere with the US election.
Il governo siriano e i ribelli hanno concordato una tregua e l'avvio di colloqui di pace. Ad annunciarlo è stato il presidente russo Vladimir Putin.
Washington - Gli Stati Uniti hanno espulso 35 diplomatici russi e chiuso due edifici di proprietà del governo russo. Fra di loro non c‘è l’ambasciatore a Washington, Sergei Kislyak.
Syria, Russia and Turkey have declared that a ceasefire will come into effect at midnight on Thursday in Syria – but it won’t include Islamic state or a group which once had links to al-Qaida.
The United States on Thursday fired back at Moscow over its meddling in the presidential election, announcing a series of tough sanctions against intelligence agencies, expulsions of agents and shutting down of Russian compounds on US soil.
L’ambasciata russa a Damasco è stata fatta bersaglio da due razzi, entrambi inesplosi secondo quanto riferito dal Ministero degli Esteri russo.