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    Lawmakers in blacked-out Crimea: Name your boys Generator
    Dec05

    Lawmakers in blacked-out Crimea: Name your boys Generator

    MOSCOW (AP) — Lawmakers in Russia-occupied Crimea, which is grappling with a nearly two-week-long blackout, are suggesting parents name their newborn boys Generator to mark the ordeal.Unknown attackers blew up electricity pylons in Ukraine on Nov. 22, leaving the peninsula largely without power. After Russia annexed Crimea in March 2014, it began...

    Ball of Robots exhibition initiated by Ameriabank to be held in Armenia for the first time
    Dec05

    Ball of Robots exhibition initiated by Ameriabank to be held in Armenia for the first time

    For the first time in this part of the world, Robots Inc. (Russia) presents the Bal Robotov (Ball of Robots) project directly initiated by Ameriabank and featuring the world’s most famous robots in Yerevan. As the press-service of Amriabank informed ArmInfo, for the first time ever Yerevan will host this fascinating exhibition from December...

    Beeline to introduce more competitive IPTV jointly with new partner
    Dec05

    Beeline to introduce more competitive IPTV jointly with new partner

    Beeline will introduce more competitive IPTV jointly with a new partner in the nearest future, Beeline Armenia CEO Andrey Pyatakhin said at an interview with an ArmInfo’s correspondent, He explained that Beeline Armenia does not have IPTV product. “Our clients use our partner products and we, jointly with our partners, try to pay more...

    Fixed and mobile internet development- Beeline Armenia’s priority for 2016
    Dec05

    Fixed and mobile internet development- Beeline Armenia’s priority for 2016

    Beeline Company in Armenia announced the development of fixed and mobile internet as a priority issue for 2016, Beeline Armenia CEO Andrey Pyatakhin said at an interview with an ArmInfo’s correspondent. “By regulator’s decision the company must modernize fixed network so that the customers in the most remote districts of the...

    Saakashvili loses Georgian citizenship
    Dec05

    Saakashvili loses Georgian citizenship

    President Giorgi Margvelashvili signed a decree on December 4 terminating Georgian citizenship of his predecessor Mikheil Saakashvili, who is now governor of Odessa region in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Tragedy played big role in evolution of UM coach Mark Richt
    Dec05

    Tragedy played big role in evolution of UM coach Mark Richt

    Tragedy led Richt to Christianity in 1986Two of the coach’s four children are adopted from UkraineTestaverde: “There’s no better role model for my son.” … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    Pentagon Spokesman Defends Quality of Equipment Sent to Ukraine
    Dec05

    Pentagon Spokesman Defends Quality of Equipment Sent to Ukraine

    As some 300 U.S. soldiers train Ukrainian soldiers at a compound in western Ukraine, the Pentagon is countering reports of old and dilapidated U.S. equipment being given to Ukrainian fighters in the country’s east. The Pentagon, which has committed more than $265 million in security assistance to Ukraine since the fighting began, says U.S....

    Russia to start electricity supply to Crimea
    Dec05

    Russia to start electricity supply to Crimea

    Two weeks into the blackout caused by saboteurs on Crimean-Ukrainian border, the peninsula is inching towards energy independence from Kiev. …read more Source:...

    Rare white Bengal tiger cub dies of cold amid Crimea blackout
    Dec05

    Rare white Bengal tiger cub dies of cold amid Crimea blackout

    A six-week-old rare white Bengal tiger cub has died amid a two-week power blackout across the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea. Keepers at the… …read more Source:...

    Russians Voice Support as Truckers’ Protest Jams Road
    Dec04

    Russians Voice Support as Truckers’ Protest Jams Road

    A massive traffic jam formed Friday on Moscow’s Ring Road after police blocked a column of truckers driving at low speed to protest a doubling of road tolls, as well as high fines for not paying. Normally loyal to authorities, drivers now worry about making a living. Some blame the increased rates on corrupt elites connected to the Kremlin....