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    SOCAR filling stations named best in Ukraine
    Apr27

    SOCAR filling stations named best in Ukraine

    The network of filling stations of Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR in Ukraine was named the best according to the “Favorites of Success – 2017” trademark rating, SOCAR Energy Ukraine (a subsidiary of SOCAR in Ukraine) said in a message April 26. …read more Source:...

    New Secretary of State Pompeo arrives in Brussels to meet NATO allies
    Apr27

    New Secretary of State Pompeo arrives in Brussels to meet NATO allies

    BRUSSELS: A day after being sworn in as the new US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo landed in Brussels for talks with key allies in Europe on heightened Russian aggression and ways to strengthen the NATO military alliance. Pompeo, a former Army officer who was a Republican congressman, is regarded as a loyal supporter of US President Donald Trump...

    6 questions about the Chernobyl catastrophe
    Apr26

    6 questions about the Chernobyl catastrophe

    On April 26, 1986, a nuclear reactor exploded at the Chernobyl nuclear plant near the city of Pripyat (now Ukraine), poisoning the air and soil in several districts of Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus. …read more Source: Big News...

    Going home to Chernobyl ghost town 32 years on
    Apr26

    Going home to Chernobyl ghost town 32 years on

    PRIPYAT, Ukraine – Natalia Shevchuk gazes at the peeling walls inside her old flat and tears run down her cheeks: 32 years after the Chernobyl disaster she is finally revisiting her childhood home in the ghost town of Pripyat. “Come inside: this is Apartment No. 3, we lived here until 1986,” … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says Chernobyl remains an ‘open wound’ 32 years on
    Apr26

    Ukraine says Chernobyl remains an ‘open wound’ 32 years on

    KIEV: Ukraine on Thursday marked 32 years since Chernobyl, the world’s worst nuclear disaster, saying it would “remain an open wound in the hearts of millions”. The accident spread radioactive fallout across Europe in 1986, particularly contaminating Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. “Chernobyl will always remain an open wound...

    Ukraine says Chernobyl remains an ‘open wound’ 32 years on

    KIEV: Ukraine on Thursday marked 32 years since Chernobyl, the world’s worst nuclear disaster, saying it would “remain an open wound in the hearts of millions”. The accident spread radioactive fallout across Europe in 1986, particularly contaminating Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. “Chernobyl will always remain an open wound...

    Pashinyan: I do not want to take into account the Ukrainian  experience, because this is another story altogether.
    Apr26

    Pashinyan: I do not want to take into account the Ukrainian  experience, because this is another story altogether.

    ArmInfo. Leader of the “Make a step” movement, opposition MP Nikol Pashinyan told the details of his meeting with the Russian Ambassador to Armenia Ivan Volynkin. Answering the question of RBC, who initiated this meeting, and what main topics were discussed, in particular, he said: “I initiated this meeting, we discussed the...

    Forecast: No changes are expected in Armenia`s foreign policy with  coming of Pashinyan
    Apr26

    Forecast: No changes are expected in Armenia`s foreign policy with  coming of Pashinyan

    ArmInfo. No changes are expected in Armenian foreign policy with comming of Nikol Pashinyan. First of all, due to the fact that the peculiarities of the Armenian foreign policy completely exclude the possibility of its dictation by personal positions of anyone. The director of the Caucasus Institute, Alexander Iskandaryan, expressed such opinion...

    Still flying at 86: Ukrainian pilot who survived Chernobyl disaster
    Apr25

    Still flying at 86: Ukrainian pilot who survived Chernobyl disaster

    1 hour 30 min agoKIEV – Ukrainian military pilot Mykola Volkozub could barely move under the weight of …read more Source:...

    Still flying at 86 – Ukrainian pilot who survived Chernobyl disaster
    Apr25

    Still flying at 86 – Ukrainian pilot who survived Chernobyl disaster

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian military pilot Mykola Volkozub could barely move under the weight of a lead vest meant to protect him from radiation as he prepared for his first flight over the Chernobyl reactor after the world’s worst nuclear disaster in 1986. …read more Source: The...

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