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    Smoke detected at Ukraine’s crippled Chernobyl power plant
    Jun14

    Smoke detected at Ukraine’s crippled Chernobyl power plant

    PanARMENIAN.Net – Ukraines nuclear regulatory body reported smoke at one of the rooms at Unit 3 in Chernobyl, adding that it was briefly liquidated by the state emergency personnel and the radiolog …read more Source: Big News...

    The Ukrainian Reformation
    Jun14

    The Ukrainian Reformation

    Walter Russell Mead: Welcome to Washington! Let me begin by asking—what brings you here?Oleksandr Danylyuk: I’m here to attend the spring meetings, the premier events of the financial world. We have a pretty busy agenda—meetings with the IMF, the World Bank, and private investors as well. I’m doing all this because we are preparing to...

    Putin Apologist Oliver Stone’s Son Works for Russian Propaganda Network
    Jun14

    Putin Apologist Oliver Stone’s Son Works for Russian Propaganda Network

    Hollywood director Oliver Stone, who recently emerged as a prominent celebrity defender of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has a son who works for a Russian government-funded propaganda outlet. Stone is the director of the upcoming Showtime series “The Putin Interviews,” compromised of a series of interviews Stone conducted with...

    New golden age for animation industry
    Jun14

    New golden age for animation industry

    Making the most of talented cartoonists, brand-new technologies and state support, studios are ushering in an exciting new era in animation. A good example is Russia where award winning cartoons have helped its animation sector gain international recognition. Although many aspects of Soviet Union life were unknown beyond the country’s...

    Tank War: Russia’s Tough T-90 vs. America’s Mighty M-1 Abrams (Who Wins?)
    Jun14

    Tank War: Russia’s Tough T-90 vs. America’s Mighty M-1 Abrams (Who Wins?)

    Dave Majumdar Security, It should be noted that replacing or even developing a new M1A3 variant is not a high priority for the U.S. Army. The Army is being drawn down after the U.S. ground forces were pulled from Iraq and Afghanistan, and with the focus on the Pacific theatre, the service is looking for ways to carve out its niche. Even with...

    Ukrainians Petition for Reagan Statue in Kiev
    Jun14

    Ukrainians Petition for Reagan Statue in Kiev

    A statue commemorating Ronald Reagan’s role in liberating Ukraine from Communism could be coming to the country’s capital in the near future. If the city of Kiev approves a petition from the Ukrainian Economic Freedoms Foundation, Reagan will be set up in the spot once occupied by a statue of prominent Ukrainian Communist Dmytro...

    Smoke detected at Ukraine’s crippled Chernobyl power plant
    Jun14

    Smoke detected at Ukraine’s crippled Chernobyl power plant

    The Soviet-era Chernobyl nuclear power plant is known around the world for the accident, one of the worst ever, that took place there in 1986. …read more Source:...

    Belarusian runner Elvira German 2nd in Turku
    Jun14

    Belarusian runner Elvira German 2nd in Turku

    The 19-year-old Pinsk resident showed the time of 13.14 seconds to finish second. Anna Plotitsyna of Ukraine won the event in 13.08 seconds. …read more Source:...

    Joint military trainings of Bulgaria and Ukraine discussed
    Jun14

    Joint military trainings of Bulgaria and Ukraine discussed

    Bulgarian Head of Defense Gen. Andrei Botsev and Ukraine’s Land Forces Commander Gen. Sergey Popko discussed options for joint participation of both states’ military formations in international trainings and exercises. Gen. Popko expressed his gratitude for taking care of Ukrainian soldiers and officers, treated and rehabbed at the...

    Russia eyes controlling soldiers' online accounts to boost secrecy
    Jun14

    Russia eyes controlling soldiers' online accounts to boost secrecy

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian Defence Ministry has drawn up a draft law allowing it to ban soldiers from posting certain personal data on social networks, something that reporters and researchers have used in the past to monitor Russia’s activities in Syria and Ukraine. …read more Source: The...