Top lawmaker says "we will definitely discuss the issue" at the next meeting of the State Duma Council
Russia has not conducted a test involving a nuclear explosion since 1990, the year before the collapse of the Soviet Union, but Putin declined to rule out the possibility it could resume such testing.
North Korea must "push ahead with the work for exponentially boosting the production of nuclear weapons and diversifying the nuclear strike means," said Kim Jong Un.
During his UNGA speech, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asserted that “Iran must face a credible nuclear threat,” a statement the PMO later retracted.
Netanyahu's central message was clear: Like with any weapon, there is a need to handle the future development of artificial intelligence with due caution.
MIDDLE ISRAEL: A new book tells the thrilling story of the Mossad's clandestine operations against the Islamic Republic.
Despite the divide between the divide between Israeli Jewish and Israeli Arab society on the issue of Saudi normalization, its significance has broad recognition.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attacked the decision by the Islamic Republic to ban a third of IAEA inspectors assigned to it.
Covert methods can prevent Saudis from switching civilian nuke program to military.
Regional powers believe the United States is permanently walking away from long-standing friends and interests in the Middle East.