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    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia
    Dec01

    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine was due to start two days of missile tests on Thursday – a move that has angered Russia, prompting it to put its air defense forces on high alert on the annexed Crimea peninsula. The post Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia appeared first on LIBYA NEWS TODAY. …read more Source: Libya News...

    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia
    Dec01

    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine was due to start two days of missile tests on Thursday – a move that has angered Russia, prompting it to put its air defence forces on high alert on the annexed Crimea peninsula. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia
    Dec01

    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine was due to start two days of missile tests on Thursday – a move that has angered Russia, prompting it to put its air defence forces on high alert on the annexed Crimea peninsula. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia
    Dec01

    Ukraine prepares missile test near Crimea, angering Russia

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine was due to start two days of missile tests on Thursday – a move that has angered Russia, prompting it to put its air defense forces on high alert on the annexed Crimea peninsula. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Plans Missile Drills Near Crimea Amid Threats From Russia
    Dec01

    Ukraine Plans Missile Drills Near Crimea Amid Threats From Russia

    Ukraine plans to conduct missile test launches near the border with Russian-occupied Crimea this week amid threats from Moscow that it will launch a military strike in retaliation. Kiev’s armed forces are expected to hold the training missile launches on Thursday and Friday. A spokesman for Ukraine’s defense ministry said Wednesday...

    NATO officials talking about increasing defense spending to prove Trump wrong
    Nov30

    NATO officials talking about increasing defense spending to prove Trump wrong

    Thomson Reuters Top NATO and European military officials called in Berlin on Wednesday for more military spending to deal with threats to Europe and said that would help address concerns raised by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. During his election campaign, Trump questioned whether the United States should protect allies seen as spending too...

    Glavin: Sorry liberals, you’re dead wrong about Fidel Castro
    Nov30

    Glavin: Sorry liberals, you’re dead wrong about Fidel Castro

    It has been so delightfully amusing, taking in all the mockery and wickedness that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brought upon himself by having keened so plaintively last weekend upon hearing the news of the death of that gruesome old Cuban caudillo Fidel Castro. We’ve all had a good laugh. We should also strive to be fair. First, as wildly...

    Afghans may get US Black Hawks to replace Russian aircraft
    Nov30

    Afghans may get US Black Hawks to replace Russian aircraft

    The US military wants to replace Afghanistan’s well-worn fleet of Russian helicopters with American-made aircraft, according to a new budget proposal, a decision aimed at reducing the Afghan air force’s decades-long reliance on Russian equipment.The Afghan air force, trained and assisted by Nato advisers, has slowly gained strength,...

    Contagious H5 bird flu virus found in Ukraine, Egypt
    Nov30

    Contagious H5 bird flu virus found in Ukraine, Egypt

    samples were taken from the dead birds and showed a positive result for highly pathogenic H5 avian influenza. …read more Source: The Sydney Morning...

    Tomorrow is (probably) the last opposition day of the year! How should the Tories spend it?
    Nov30

    Tomorrow is (probably) the last opposition day of the year! How should the Tories spend it?

    It’s a red-circled date on the parliamentary calendar that is, in its own way, as comfortingly familiar as the annual decking of the halls outside the Commons Chamber: Dec. 10, which marks the end of the current installment of the financial supply cycle and the cut-off date for what will almost certainly be the last designated opposition...