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    Can Thinking Like a Terrorist Prevent Attacks on Airplanes?
    Nov22

    Can Thinking Like a Terrorist Prevent Attacks on Airplanes?

    An airplane after taking off from Seville’s San Pablo Airport Marcelo del Pozo / ReutersOn November 28, 2002, al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorists aimed two shoulder-fired missiles at an Israeli commercial airliner as it took off from the Moi International Airport in Mombasa, Kenya. Though both missed, the event marked the first missile attack on...

    Blackout in Crimea after blasts
    Nov22

    Blackout in Crimea after blasts

    Reminder of peninsula’s heavy economic reliance on Ukraine after its annexation by Russia …read more Source: Financial...

    Explainer: What Can Moldova’s Crisis Teach The EU?
    Nov22

    Explainer: What Can Moldova’s Crisis Teach The EU?

    Moldova was once a star pupil in a program to bring neighboring countries closer to the European Union. Now a political crisis could put Moldova back in Moscow’s orbit. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Crimea declares state of emergency following power outage
    Nov22

    Crimea declares state of emergency following power outage

    The Crimean Peninsula, which seceded from Ukraine and rejoined Russia in March last year, has declared a state of emergency after its major electricity power lines from Ukraine were “blown up,” causing a power outage there. Citing a switch-off of electricity coming into the region from Ukraine in the early hours of the day, the Crimean branch of...

    Crimea without power from Ukraine after electricity pylons “blown up”
    Nov22

    Crimea without power from Ukraine after electricity pylons “blown up”

    Crimea was left without electricity supplies from Ukraine Sunday after pylons carrying power lines to the Russia-annexed peninsula were blown up overnight …read more Source: The Daily...

    Crimea declares state of emergency after power lines attacked
    Nov22

    Crimea declares state of emergency after power lines attacked

    Explosions on Friday night and Sunday night cut off power supply from Ukraine, forcing Russian-annexed peninsula to rely on generatorsCrimea has declared a state of emergency after its main electricity power lines from Ukraine were blown up, leaving the Russian-annexed peninsula in darkness.Russia’s emergency situations ministry said on...

    Crimea plunged into darkness after electricity pylons blown up – video
    Nov22

    Crimea plunged into darkness after electricity pylons blown up – video

    A state of emergency has been declared in Russian-annexed Crimea after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were blown up. Power was cut off across the region, affecting nearly two million people. All the lights in residential areas of Sevastopol were off overnight on Saturday, but officials have been using generators to ensure schools and...

    Explosions at Ukrainian transmission towers leave most of Crimea without electricity
    Nov22

    Explosions at Ukrainian transmission towers leave most of Crimea without electricity

    Russia’s Energy Ministry says nearly 2 million people on the Crimean Peninsula are without electricity after two transmission towers in Ukraine were damaged by explosions. …read more Source:...

    State of emergency declared in Crimea after electricity pylons ‘blown up’
    Nov22

    State of emergency declared in Crimea after electricity pylons ‘blown up’

    A state of emergency has been declared in Crimea after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were blown up cutting off power to almost two million people, media and the Russian government said on Sunday. The Russian Energy Ministry didn’t say what had caused the outages, but Russian media reported that two pylons in the Kherson region of...

    State of emergency in Crimea after pylons ‘blown up’
    Nov22

    State of emergency in Crimea after pylons ‘blown up’

    A state of emergency has been declared in Crimea after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were blown up cutting off power to almost two million people, media and the Russian government said on Sunday. …read more Source: Channel...