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    ‘We have a chance to show the truth’: into the heart of Chernobyl
    Apr09

    ‘We have a chance to show the truth’: into the heart of Chernobyl

    Three decades after the nuclear disaster, the concrete protecting the reactor is starting to crack. Yet people still live there – and a new virtual reality project will take many more inside the ‘death zone’At first they thought it was just a fire, then the chickens started to turn black. When it comes to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster,...

    Local entrepreneurs participate in exhibition in Ashgabat
    Apr09

    Local entrepreneurs participate in exhibition in Ashgabat

    On April 7-9, the city of Ashgabat (Turkmenistan) hosted the international exhibition of building materials “Turkmen Build 2016”. 250 companies from over 20 countries, in particular Russia, China, Belarus, Turkey, India, Ukraine, Iran, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Greece, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan demonstrated their products at the...

    NATO, Russia council to meet for the 1st time since 2014
    Apr09

    NATO, Russia council to meet for the 1st time since 2014

    NATO and Russian ambassadors met only twice since the Crimea crisis erupted, in March 2014 and then in early June of the same year. …read more Source:...

    Russian cheese lovers find way round import ban
    Apr09

    Russian cheese lovers find way round import ban

    Entrepreneur finds a way to supply Italian parmesan, Dutch Gouda and British Cheddar to cheese connoisseurs in Russia. ||| Moscow – An entrepreneur has found a way to supply Italian parmesan, Dutch Gouda and British Cheddar to cheese connoisseurs in Russia, side-stepping a ban on importing European food that the Kremlin imposed in the...

    El Salvador raids Mossack Fonseca office, seizes documents
    Apr09

    El Salvador raids Mossack Fonseca office, seizes documents

    Authorities in El Salvador on Friday raided the local offices of Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, seizing documents and equipment, the country’s attorney general’s office said. Attorney General Douglas Melendez, who personally oversaw the raid, said the government decided to sweep the offices after noticing Mossack Fonseca had...

    Putin’s war of smoke and mirrors
    Apr09

    Putin’s war of smoke and mirrors

    In modern 21st-century warfare, non-military approaches — propaganda, and economic, cultural and humanitarian sabotage — will play a greater role than purely military methods, Russian Armed Forces chief Valery Gerasimov argued, a year before the Russian occupation of Crimea. “In a couple of months, even days, a well-functioning state can be...

    Dutch voters snub EU-Ukraine treaty supported by Ukrainian Jews
    Apr09

    Dutch voters snub EU-Ukraine treaty supported by Ukrainian Jews

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    US needs up to 18 more Russian rocket engines: Pentagon
    Apr09

    US needs up to 18 more Russian rocket engines: Pentagon

    The United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket and Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft stack sits on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Monday, March 21, 2016. Photo: Ben Smegelsky/NASA via AP WASHINGTON: The Pentagon will need to buy up to 18 more Russian-built RD-180 engines to power rockets carrying US...

    Boxing: Fury-Klitschko re-match set for July – trainer
    Apr09

    Boxing: Fury-Klitschko re-match set for July – trainer

    LONDON (AFP) – Tyson Fury will defend his World Boxing Association (WBA) and World Boxing Organisation (WBO) heavyweight titles in a re-match against Wladimir Klitschko in Manchester on July 9, the British boxers trainer and uncle Peter Fury announced Friday.Fury senior tweeted that the rematch would be confirmed later on Friday, saying:...

    Dutch Premier Predicts ‘Months’ Of Talks Over EU-Ukraine Pact
    Apr09

    Dutch Premier Predicts ‘Months’ Of Talks Over EU-Ukraine Pact

    The Dutch vote against an agreement to strengthen ties between the European Union and Ukraine could lead to lengthy negotiations over changes in the pact, the Netherlands’ premier said. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...