Many Russian children suffering from rare forms of hereditary illnesses die because their treatment is too expensive for their families. But it seems there is now hope of free treatment for such seriously ill kids.
Mutual trade ties, reform of the international currency system and fluctuations in commodity prices have topped the talks of the BRICS group as the leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa gathered in the Chinese resort of Sanya.
UK’s Prince Harry has worked his way out of the Arctic trap at the Barneo Camp. The camp, which is drifting on a floe in the Arctic Ocean, has not been allowing flights to land for two days due to a damaged flight strip.
NATO is denying they participated in an air strike on an oil field in south-east Libya. Instead, they claim the attack was an attempt by Gaddafi to sabotage oil supplies to the eastern part of the country overtaken by rebels.
Anti-Gaddafi forces losing the battle on the ground in Libya have turned to criticizing NATO. The rebels have struck out at the alliance for not doing enough to help and not supplying them with weapons.
Moscow gave new documents to Warsaw on the investigation of the Polish presidential plane crash last April that killed President Lech Kaczynski, the first lady, and most of the country's political elite en route to memorial events in western Russia.