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    Explosions at Ukrainian towers leave Crimea without power
    Nov22

    Explosions at Ukrainian towers leave Crimea without power

    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. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Crimea reportedly under state of emergency after losing electricity
    Nov22

    Crimea reportedly under state of emergency after losing electricity

    The entire region of Crimea is under a state of emergency Sunday after losing power when two of the region’s remaining power pylons were blown up, according to a published report. …read more Source: FOX...

    Electricity from Ukraine to Crimea shut off after power pylons blown up: Russian media
    Nov22

    Electricity from Ukraine to Crimea shut off after power pylons blown up: Russian media

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Electricity supplies from Ukraine to Crimea were entirely shut off on Saturday night after power pylons in Ukraine were… …read more Source:...

    Massive Blackout In Crimea After Transmission Towers ‘Blown Up’ By Unknown Parties
    Nov22

    Massive Blackout In Crimea After Transmission Towers ‘Blown Up’ By Unknown Parties

    Two million people living in Crimea were cloaked in darkness Saturday night after four transmission towers ferrying power lines into the disputed region from Ukraine reportedly exploded. The pylons were “blown up” by an unknown party, Russian media reported, and images circulating on social media appeared to show Ukrainian flags hanging from the...

    State Of Emergency Declared In Crimea After Power Black Out
    Nov22

    State Of Emergency Declared In Crimea After Power Black Out

    Regional officials in Crimea say a state of emergency was introduced on the peninsula early on November 22 after the disruption of electricity supplies from Ukraine’s Kherson region to the north. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Saboteurs blow up transmission towers, knocking out power to Crimea, Russian government says
    Nov22

    Saboteurs blow up transmission towers, knocking out power to Crimea, Russian government says

    MOSCOW — The Russian government announced a state of emergency in the disputed Crimean peninsula late Saturday evening after power to the region was suddenly cut in an apparent act of sabotage in neighboring Ukraine. Two electricity transmission towers were destroyed in at least one explosion Saturday evening in Ukraine’s Kherson region,...

    Blackout Hits Crimea After Power Line Blasts, Russia Says
    Nov22

    Blackout Hits Crimea After Power Line Blasts, Russia Says

    Russia says the Crimean Peninsula has been plunged into darkness, following reports of explosions at four main power lines supplying electricity from Ukraine to the disputed territory. It wasn’t clear early Sunday whether the blasts occurred in Ukrainian territory or in Crimea, which Russia annexed last year despite international outrage...

    Ukraine Marks Euromaidan’s Second Anniversary
    Nov21

    Ukraine Marks Euromaidan’s Second Anniversary

    People across Ukraine are marking the Day of Dignity and Freedom, a holiday commemorating the 2013 beginning of the Euromaidan protests that ousted former President Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Merkel: 10 years in office and no signs of stopping
    Nov21

    Merkel: 10 years in office and no signs of stopping

    BERLIN (AP) — Angela Merkel marks her 10th anniversary at the helm of Germany on Sunday, becoming only the third post-World War II chancellor to hit that milestone. Over Merkel’s decade in charge, she has presided over Germany’s strong re-emergence on the world scene — showing leadership in the European financial crisis, pioneering...

    Merkel: 10 years in office and no signs of stopping
    Nov21

    Merkel: 10 years in office and no signs of stopping

    Over Merkel’s decade in charge, she has presided over Germany’s strong re-emergence on the world scene — showing leadership in the European financial crisis, pioneering the use of renewable energies and embracing a role as a key negotiator in the Ukraine conflict and a moral authority in Europe’s migrant crisis. At home, the...