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    Pirates in Nigeria release Russian,   Ukrainian sailors
    Mar05

    Pirates in Nigeria release Russian, Ukrainian sailors

    MOSCOW: Nigerian pirates have released seven Russian and one Ukrainian sailors after they were captured last month on the cargo ship the BBC Caribbean, Russian news agencies reported on Sunday, citing a human rights activist in Crimea. The sailors were released after talks between the owners of the ship and pirates. Interfax news agency quoted...

    Muir at the double at Euro indoors
    Mar05

    Muir at the double at Euro indoors

    British runner Laura Muir confirmed her outstanding form this season by clinching 3,000m gold yesterday for a middle-distance double at the European Indoor Championships in Belgrade. Muir, who has already set three European records this year, dominated the race, clocking a championship record of 8min 35.68sec. “I didn’t know what my legs...

    American Querrey shocks Nadal to lift Acapulco title
    Mar05

    American Querrey shocks Nadal to lift Acapulco title

    Unseeded American Sam Querrey stunned second-seeded Rafael Nadal 6-3, 7-6 (7/3) on Saturday to win the ATP Mexico Open and end the Spaniard’s run of perfection in Acapulco. Querrey, ranked 40th in the world, fired 19 aces, backed up by powerful, precise groundstrokes, en route to his first career victory over Nadal in five meetings. The...

    Czar Bust in Crimea Reportedly Appears to Shed Tears
    Mar05

    Czar Bust in Crimea Reportedly Appears to Shed Tears

    Russian news reports say curious and pious people are visiting a bust of the last czar in the Crimean capital after reports spread that the sculpture appeared to be weeping. The bust of Nicholas II was erected near the Crimean prosecutor’s office in Simferopol in 2016, two years after Russia annexed the peninsula from Ukraine. Nicholas II,...

    Czar Bust in Crimea Reportedly Appears to Shed Tears
    Mar05

    Czar Bust in Crimea Reportedly Appears to Shed Tears

    Russian news reports say curious and pious people are visiting a bust of the last czar in the Crimean capital after reports spread that the sculpture appeared to be weeping. The bust of Nicholas II was erected near the Crimean prosecutor’s office in Simferopol in 2016, two years after Russia annexed the peninsula from Ukraine. Nicholas II,...

    Inna Eftimova drops out of 60 m. semi-finals in Belgrade
    Mar05

    Inna Eftimova drops out of 60 m. semi-finals in Belgrade

    Inna Eftimova dropped out at the 60 m. semi-finals of the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Belgrade. She came sixth in the third semi-finals series, clocking 7.42 seconds, thus failing to qualify for the finals. Eftimova finished 17th in the rankings, even though only one week earlier she had covered the same distance in 7.35 seconds,...

    What Putin plans
    Mar05

    What Putin plans

    Anyone who tells you that they know what’s going on behind the Kremlin’s red battlements is lying. Those who speak don’t know, while those who know don’t speak. Moscow insiders with actual insight into what the Russian president thinks about the mess in America are keeping their counsel, thus leaving the uninformed and the...

    Iran claims 8 medals in Ukraine wrestling event
    Mar05

    Iran claims 8 medals in Ukraine wrestling event

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    Ukraine Ambassador visits Monastery of St. Anthony Qozhaya
    Mar05

    Ukraine Ambassador visits Monastery of St. Anthony Qozhaya

    NNA – Ukraine Ambassador to Lebanon, Igor Eustache, and his wife visited on Sunday the Monastery of St. Anthony Qozhaya. Father Mickael Fenianos and President of the Union of Municipalities of Zghart …read more Source: National News...

    Ukrainian radicals block rail lines on border with Russia
    Mar05

    Ukrainian radicals block rail lines on border with Russia

    Radicals responsible for the railway blockade of Donbass have started erecting barriers to block the railway line near the town of Konotop in the Sumy region bordering Russia, in order to obstruct rai …read more Source: Big News...