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    Ukraine artist creates Putin portrait with 5,000 bullet shells from separatist east
    Aug08

    Ukraine artist creates Putin portrait with 5,000 bullet shells from separatist east

    Daria Marchenko’s seven-foot-tall “The Face of War” created from shells gathered by friends fighting across the war zone in eastern Ukraine’s industrial heartland …read more Source: The...

    Russia Denies Visa to New German Defense Attaché
    Aug08

    Russia Denies Visa to New German Defense Attaché

    Moscow has refused to issue an entrance visa to German Brig Gen Gert Gawellek, German weekly Der Spiegel has said.Gawellek was to assume duties on Tuesday. The Russian Foreign Ministry, however, in what is called a “surprising” move, gave no reason for its decision. Citing its own sources, Der Spiegel has described the development as...

    1996 – Andrey Lukanov’s murder
    Aug08

    1996 – Andrey Lukanov’s murder

    October 2, 1996, will remain in Bulgaria’s newest history with the murder of a former Bulgarian Prime Minister Andrey Lukanov. Earlier in history, other Bulgarian Premiers also had the same destiny. In February 1945 the People’s Court passed a death sentence on Premiers Aleksandar Tsankov, Bogdan Filov, Dobri Bozhilov and Ivan...

    Supply freeze hits Russian military
    Aug08

    Supply freeze hits Russian military

    Ukraine supply freeze hits Russian military hardware …read more Source:...

    How these mountains of dumped food show Russia won’t ease grip on Ukraine any time soon
    Aug08

    How these mountains of dumped food show Russia won’t ease grip on Ukraine any time soon

    TONNES of banned foreign food products are being destroyed in Russia in scenes which have caused outrage across the nation. …read more Source:...

    U.S. adds Russian oil field to sanctions list
    Aug07

    U.S. adds Russian oil field to sanctions list

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has added a Russian oil and gas field, the Yuzhno-Kirinskoye Field, to its list of energy sector sanctions prompted by Moscow’s actions in Ukraine, drawing a prompt rebuke from the Kremlin on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Uranium seized in Ukraine amid claims pro-Russian rebels are trying to build DIRTY BOMB
    Aug07

    Uranium seized in Ukraine amid claims pro-Russian rebels are trying to build DIRTY BOMB

    RADIOACTIVE uranium has been seized in Ukraine after four men were arrested, amid claims that pro-Russian rebels are attempting to build a DIRTY BOMB. …read more Source:...

    Magic Mike XXL has nothing on early Soviet experimental documentary. Really | David Shariatmadari
    Aug07

    Magic Mike XXL has nothing on early Soviet experimental documentary. Really | David Shariatmadari

    I was sceptical, but Man With a Movie Camera is an extraordinary film that reveals everyday life in all its banal gloryWhen a cinephile friend proposed an early Soviet documentary instead of Magic Mike XXL this week, I was sceptical. I prepared myself for 80 minutes of well-built workers extolling the virtues of collective agriculture.But in Man...

    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers months after eastern battle
    Aug07

    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers months after eastern battle

    ZAPORIZHZHYA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Ukraine buried on Friday 57 soldiers still unidentified up to a year after being killed in the eastern separatist conflict, highlighting the difficulties the country faces moving on from one of its deadliest military defeats. …read more Source:...

    The contract that almost sank two ships
    Aug07

    The contract that almost sank two ships

    After a year of negotiations, French President François Hollande confirmed Friday that his government would refund Russia a sum “under €1.2 billion” for not delivering two Mistral warships. Exactly how much France must pay has been the subject of much media speculation. Le Figaro reported that the bill would end up being below €1 billion. Russian...

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