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    Ukraine Security Chief Says Depot Blasts Dealt ‘Big Blow’ To Combat Capability
    Sep29

    Ukraine Security Chief Says Depot Blasts Dealt ‘Big Blow’ To Combat Capability

    Explosions at two large Ukrainian military depots this year have caused losses of ammunition so high that they represent the biggest blow to Ukraine’s combat capability since the start of the conflict with Russia-backed separatists in 2014, a senior security official said on September 28 in Kyiv. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe /...

    Japanese tourism inflow to Egypt expected to increase: Deputy Tourism Minister
    Sep29

    Japanese tourism inflow to Egypt expected to increase: Deputy Tourism Minister

    Deputy Minister of Tourism Adla Ragab, said that the chances of increasing Japanese tourism to Egypt are very high, with flights from EgyptAir between Japan and Luxor. Ragab added that Japanese tourism to Egypt is considered one of the most important wishing to visit the archaeological areas in Luxor and Aswan with higher expenditure rates of...

    Blast rocks arms depot in Ukraine
    Sep29

    Blast rocks arms depot in Ukraine

    Authorities probe possible sabotage Ukrainian authorities evacuated more than 30 000 people from the central Vinnytsia region yesterday after a The post Blast rocks arms depot in Ukraine appeared first on HeraldLIVE. …read more Source: Herald...

    The Killing of History
    Sep29

    The Killing of History

    One of the most hyped “events” of American television, The Vietnam War, has started on the PBS network. The directors are Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Acclaimed for his documentaries on the Civil War, the Great Depression and the history of jazz, Burns says of his Vietnam films, “They will inspire our country to begin to talk and think about the...

    Human Rights Envoy Disturbed By Alleged Abuses Of Gay Men In Chechnya
    Sep29

    Human Rights Envoy Disturbed By Alleged Abuses Of Gay Men In Chechnya

    The Council of Europe’s human rights chief, Nils Muiznieks, said he was very disturbed by reports of torture and killing of gay men in Chechnya. Speaking to RFE/RL senior correspondent Pete Baumgartner on September 26, Muiznieks criticized Moscow’s lack of cooperation amid reports of rights abuses in Chechnya and Russia-occupied...

    Russia’s intelligence agency arrests two for spying
    Sep29

    Russia’s intelligence agency arrests two for spying

    Russia’s intelligence service has detained two citizens, including a member of the armed forces, who allegedly passed military secrets to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatar Leader Given Two-Year Sentence For ‘Separatism’
    Sep29

    Crimean Tatar Leader Given Two-Year Sentence For ‘Separatism’

    Russian-appointed judges found Crimean Tatar Leader Ilmi Umerov guilty and sentenced him to two years in a penal colony for his opposition to Russia’s takeover of the Crimean Peninsula. (RFE/RL’s Crimea Realities) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Says to Resume Cybersecurity Cooperation With US When Washington Ready
    Sep29

    Russia Says to Resume Cybersecurity Cooperation With US When Washington Ready

    Russia said on Friday it will resume its cooperation with the United States on cybersecurity as soon as Washington is ready, corresponding proposals have been passed onto the US side. “We are ready for dialogue with the US side on this issue. We have accumulated positive experience in this aspect. The cooperation will resume as soon as Washington...

    CPJ Urges Ukraine To Free Uzbek Journalist Sought By Uzbekistan
    Sep29

    CPJ Urges Ukraine To Free Uzbek Journalist Sought By Uzbekistan

    The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has called on Ukrainian authorities to release Uzbek journalist Narzullo Okhunjonov from detention, allow him to remain in Ukraine, and reject any request to extradite him. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Spotlight on security at Ukraine ammunition depots as Kalynivka fire rages
    Sep29

    Spotlight on security at Ukraine ammunition depots as Kalynivka fire rages

    Ukraine’s capability to secure its own weapons caches is under scrutiny, with military investigators revealing lax practices at the warehouse where a fire broke out. The blaze forced thousands of people to flee. …read more Source: Deutsche...