Topic: Mikhail Fradkov
Russia and China on Saturday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution calling for Syrian President Bashar Assad. The other 13 members of the council, including the US, Britain, and France, voted in favor of the resolution aimed at stopping the ongoing violence in Syria.
In an unusual weekend session, European envoys to the UN Security Council said they would vote on a resolution calling for Syrian President Bashar Assad to step down. The move came as more than 200 people reportedly were killed in one of the worst episodes of the uprising.
After a Russian newspaper disclosed that a double agent exposed the Russian spy ring working in the US, the head of Russia's intelligence agency could be on his way out the door.
11/12/2010 08:54 am