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    Huge Russian torpedo found on beach in Lithuania! (PHOTOS)
    Apr11

    Huge Russian torpedo found on beach in Lithuania! (PHOTOS)

    A four-metre long (12-foot) Russia-made torpedo was found on the Curonian Spit on the Baltic Sea coast, near the border with the Russian Federation. The torpedo found, according to the estimates of the border guards, is a training torpedo. It is painted in green and red colors, has inscriptions in Russian. The torpedo was found in...

    Tillerson readies for tough talk with Russia
    Apr11

    Tillerson readies for tough talk with Russia

    Rex Tillerson’s seemingly cozy ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin drew bipartisan alarm and nearly derailed his confirmation as secretary of state. But some three months later, as the former ExxonMobil CEO heads to Moscow on his first trip as America’s top diplomat, it’s hard to believe Russian...

    Tillerson readies for tough talk with Russia
    Apr11

    Tillerson readies for tough talk with Russia

    Rex Tillerson’s seemingly cozy ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin drew bipartisan alarm and nearly derailed his confirmation as secretary of state.But some three months later, as the former ExxonMobil CEO heads to Moscow on his first trip as America’s top diplomat, it’s hard to believe Russian President Vladimir Putin...

    Turkey becomes top destination for Ukrainian tourists: Association
    Apr11

    Turkey becomes top destination for Ukrainian tourists: Association

    Turkey has become the largest tourism destination for Ukrainian tourists as almost 75 percent of 1.5 million Ukrainian tourists that travel overseas visit Turkey, according to a leading Turkish tourism association. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Blast hits Kiev
    Apr11

    Blast hits Kiev

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    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says
    Apr11

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says

    The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyed a fifth of the Damascus regime’s remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Monday as Washington fired a fresh salvo of warnings at President Bashar al-Assad. The public assessment of Friday’s missile strike and the forceful rhetoric came as G7 ministers met in Italy to send a...

    Uzbekistan ups exports of textile and light-industry products
    Apr11

    Uzbekistan ups exports of textile and light-industry products

    TASHKENT (TCA) — A new foreign trade organization, Uztuqimachilikexport, is being established in Uzbekistan for expansion of exports of Uzbek light-industry products and technological upgrade of domestic textile enterprises, the Jahon information agency reported. Manufacturers of cotton, mixed and silk fabrics, textile, knitwear products, hats,...

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says
    Apr11

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says

    The guided-missile destroyer USS Porter fires missiles at Syria from the Mediterranean Sea on April 7, 2017 © US NAVY/AFP/File / Ford WILLIAMSWashington, United States, Apr 11 – The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyed a fifth of the Damascus regime’s remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Monday as Washington fired a fresh...

    Newsweek: China or Russia? U.S. may have to choose an Ally
    Apr11

    Newsweek: China or Russia? U.S. may have to choose an Ally

    Newsweek: This article originally appeared on The Conversation. Forty-five years ago last February, U.S. President Richard Nixon returned from a visit to China that shocked the world and unsettled leaders in Moscow, who were awaiting a visit from Nixon a few months later. Soviet leaders wondered if they were finally witnessing the birth of a...

    US airstrike destroys fifth of Syria’s warplanes, says Mattis
    Apr11

    US airstrike destroys fifth of Syria’s warplanes, says Mattis

    WASHINGTON: The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyfed a fifth of the Damascus regime s remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Monday as Washington fired a fresh salvo of warnings at President Bashar al-Assad. The public assessment of Friday’s missile strike and the forceful rhetoric came as G7 ministers met in Italy to send...