The White House said in a readout of the call that the two leaders "discussed the state of bilateral relations and resolved to continue dialogue about mutual national security priorities and challenges".
The coordinated approach followed the Salisbury nerve agent attack earlier this month that has left a former Russian double agent and his daughter in comas and has plunged relations between London and Moscow to their worst in a generation.
She said the US doesn't "get to dictate how other countries operate" after a reporter questioned whether Russia's election was "free and fair".
Moscow and Washington are at odds over Ukraine and Syria, while US allegations that Russian Federation interfered in the USA presidential election, something Moscow denies, continue to cast a shadow over ties.
Sanders adds that the call was meant to discuss areas of cooperation between the USA and Russian Federation.
The former U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was quick to criticise Trump for his failure to raise allegations of widespread voter irregularities.
Puel stands by Schmeichel after FA Cup blunder
As it stands, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton and Chelsea will be looking to secure the two spots of the final. Leicester City boss Claude Puel won't hear criticism of Kasper Schmeichel after their FA Cup quarterfinal defeat to Chelsea .
Trump's decision to call and congratulate Vladimir Putin is drawing plenty of controversy, especially amid allegations that the Russian election was anything but free and open.
McCain has previously called Putin a murderer and a thug.
Incumbent Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures to people at an occasion in Moscow, Russia, on March 18, 2018.
Later commenting on the possible meeting, Trump told reporters "we will probably get together in the not too distant future". "Also to discuss Ukraine, Syria and North Korea and various other things".
"The leaders spoke in favour of developing practical cooperation in different spheres, including on questions of how to ensure strategic stability and fight worldwide terrorism", the Kremlin said in a statement.
During the call, the two leaders also discussed the North Korean crisis, with the Kremlin saying it was satisfied with the recent reduction in tensions on the peninsula.
President Donald Trump ignored two critical warnings from his national-security advisers when he spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone Tuesday.
Since the election, Putin has toned down his rhetoric against the West, saying on March 19 that Russian Federation wants to build "constructive" relations with other countries but that "not everything depends on us".
All University of Nevada students who present their student ID at the box office will receive a complimentary ticket to the game. It worked, giving Cincinnati a "deer in the headlights look" according to Bearcats head coach Mick Cronin.
Additionally, he said, Israel would "bear the consequences for the continued escalation and loss of life". The attacks on the tunnels came hours after a bomb planted near the Israel-Gaza border exploded.
Foreign Minister Taro Kono met with his South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung Wha in the US capital on Saturday morning. Separately, Sweden is meeting with North Korean officials about three Americans held captive by the Asian nation.
The tit-for-tat expulsion follows after the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in London on March 4. But Moscow has denied any involvement and accused Great Britain of stirring up anti-Russian sentiment.
The airline has adopted some new policies meant to ensure that animals are tracked and accounted for at all stages of travel. United said it will partner with "independent experts" in pet safety, comfort, and travel in order to achieve this outcome.
Theresa May's DUP allies are adamantly opposed to any deal creating a difference between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK. Ian Wright, Food and Drink Federation (FDF) director general, said it supported a transition period of at least two years.
Golos, an election-monitoring organization, said it registered more than 1,500 violations in regions across Russian Federation . Russia's Central Election Commission announced that the he took 77 per cent of the vote, amid a reported 67 per cent turnout.
Tuesday's data, due out at 09:30 London time, are crucial to the market's perception of United Kingdom inflation pressures. Annual inflation rates ranged between 2.8 percent in North West provinces while it was 4.7 percent in Western Cape.
Police issued a missing person alert and filed a warrant for Esterly's arrest. "They know or planned to do this", John Yu said. On March 5 , Amy's mother reported her as a runaway after she failed to return from school that day, Allentown police said.
WhatsApp Co-Founder Says People Should Delete Facebook
While WhatsApp has not commented on the issue, the debate around data privacy and policies on the social network will continue. Wylie's attorney said Sunday that Facebook "privately welcomed" Wylie's help and then publicly suspended his account.
Ski Lift Crashes in Gudauri Resort — Georgia
It is usually a very popular ski resort for enthusiasts, as shown in the below video , with large quantities of natural snow . Skiers were left with no choice but to jump from the faulty ski lift , while others were flung into the air, "CNN" reported .
ENDO: Drug Shows Promise As Effective Male Birth Control
Stephanie Page, M.D., PhD, professor of medicine at the University of Washington , Seattle , Washington led the study . It is yet to be seen whether the drug proves to be a safe, effective contraceptive over long-term usage.
Nixon Announces Democratic Bid For NY Governor
Ms Nixon is aligned with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, a Democrat who is politically to the left of Mr Cuomo. Nixon added: "We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us".
Turkish forces and Syrian allies drive Kurds from Afrin
The official casualty figure for Turkish soldiers in the operation stands at 271, with 46 killed, and 225 others injured. Turkey's armed forces said that troops were combing the streets for mines and improvised explosive devices.
Patrick's Day Parade helps local families in need
In the 1990s, parade organizers were involved in annual court fights over whether to exclude openly gay groups from the march. Her husband, Bill Hughes, a retired police officer who marched in the parade for 10 years, looked on as a band marched by.
European powers eye new Iran sanctions
The joint commission was chaired by EEAS Secretary General Helga Schmid and U.S. senior State Department official Brian Hook. Those periodic meetings often are used for sideline meetings between delegations for the United States and Iran.