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    Ukraine’s New Tank Can Take On Russia’s Best—But Kiev Can’t Afford It
    Sep15

    Ukraine’s New Tank Can Take On Russia’s Best—But Kiev Can’t Afford It

    Ukraine’s Oplot fires at the same speed as Russia’s T-90 and can even outpace it on the road, but so far Kiev has only exported the machine to other countries. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s New Tank Can Take On Russia’s Best—But Kiev Can’t Afford It
    Sep15

    Ukraine’s New Tank Can Take On Russia’s Best—But Kiev Can’t Afford It

    Ukraine’s Oplot fires at the same speed as Russia’s T-90 and can even outpace it on the road, but so far Kiev has only exported the machine to other countries. …read more Source:...

    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension
    Sep15

    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension

    YALTA (Sputnik) — The Russian “black list” of EU citizens will continue to operate after the extension of European sanctions against Russian individuals and companies, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Friday. “This was not a surprise for us given the prejudiced approach of the European Union to the intra-Ukrainian...

    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension
    Sep15

    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension

    YALTA (Sputnik) — The Russian “black list” of EU citizens will continue to operate after the extension of European sanctions against Russian individuals and companies, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Friday. “This was not a surprise for us given the prejudiced approach of the European Union to the intra-Ukrainian...

    Kremlin calls latest missile launch another ‘provocation’
    Sep15

    Kremlin calls latest missile launch another ‘provocation’

    MOSCOW: The Kremlin said yesterday that North Korea’s latest missile test was part of a series of unacceptable provocations and that the United Nations Security Council was united in believing such launches should not be taking place. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov made the comments to reporters on a conference call after Pyongyang fired a...

    Rapid Trident Military Exercises Under Way In Ukraine
    Sep15

    Rapid Trident Military Exercises Under Way In Ukraine

    More than 1,800 troops from 14 countries are taking part in U.S.-led military drills near the western Ukrainian city of Yavoriv. The Rapid Trident exercises, held each year since 1996, began on September 8 and run until September 23. The two-week drills are designed to test and build Ukraine’s interoperability with NATO allies and partners....

    Ukraine demands Russia stop torturing Crimean Tatars: report
    Sep15

    Ukraine demands Russia stop torturing Crimean Tatars: report

    Ukraine’s foreign ministry has demanded that Russia stop torturing Crimean Tatars in the annexed Crimea region, according to a report. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Coal Mines In Eastern Ukraine Threatened By Rising Water
    Sep15

    Coal Mines In Eastern Ukraine Threatened By Rising Water

    The closure of coal mines in separatist-controlled territory in eastern Ukraine is causing serious trouble for miners working nearby. As groundwater fills up the disused mineshafts, it seeps into the operational ones — and brings a risk of imminent flooding that threatens countless livelihoods. (Current Time TV) …read more Source:...

    The little hockey country that could: South Korea has big plans for the Winter Games
    Sep15

    The little hockey country that could: South Korea has big plans for the Winter Games

    It was loud and it was raucous. The patter of thunder sticks mixed with cheers and some screams, echoed through the year-old arena. In the stands, co-ordinated dancing was led by an eight-person team of conductors. This was the eager anticipation of 5,800 spectators brimming over for a rare event. This was hockey night in Gangneung, South Korea....

    eNCA | EU urged not to reject Ukraine’s aspirations
    Sep15

    eNCA | EU urged not to reject Ukraine’s aspirations

    Kiev has already angered its bitter foe Moscow by signing in 2014 a landmark trade agreement with the EU. …read more Source:...