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    Most Of Crimea Still Without Electricity
    Nov23

    Most Of Crimea Still Without Electricity

    About three-quarters of Crimea’s population remained without power on November 23 after four electricity transmission towers were blown up in Ukraine’s Kherson region just north of the peninsula. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Chelsea head to Israel amid new security fears
    Nov23

    Chelsea head to Israel amid new security fears

    Tel Aviv (AFP) – Chelsea head to Israel amid new security worries in the region as they try to seal a spot in the last 16 of the Champions League against Maccabi Tel Aviv on Tuesday.Jose Mourinho’s team currently sit in second place in Group G and could advance with a victory against the already eliminated Israeli champions provided...

    Blackout hits Crimea after power lines blown up
    Nov23

    Blackout hits Crimea after power lines blown up

    Most of 1.8 million residents without powerSaboteurs unknown but Ukrainian nationalists suspectedHospitals, other key services turn to backup generators … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    Blackout hits Crimea after power lines blown up
    Nov23

    Blackout hits Crimea after power lines blown up

    Most of 1.8 million residents without powerSaboteurs unknown but Ukrainian nationalists suspectedHospitals, other key services turn to backup generators … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    News of the Day From Across the Globe, Nov. 23
    Nov23

    News of the Day From Across the Globe, Nov. 23

    The community, known by its acronym AEC, is already a reality and many of its fundamentals have been applied in the region, including the removal of tariffs and visa restrictions. Police in southern Nepal opened fire on ethnic protesters blocking the nation’s main highway, killing two, officials said Sunday. The Madeshi ethnic group have...

    Crimea in state of emergency after pylons ‘blown up’
    Nov23

    Crimea in state of emergency after pylons ‘blown up’

    Pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were damaged, cutting off power to almost 2 million people. …read more Source:...

    State of Emergency in Crimea After Power Lines Blown Up
    Nov22

    State of Emergency in Crimea After Power Lines Blown Up

    Crimea has declared a state of emergency after its main electricity lines from Ukraine were blown up, leaving more than 1.6 million people on the disputed Russian-annexed peninsula in darkness after the second such attack in as many days. It was not immediately clear who had blown up the pylons, but a Russian lawmaker said it was an “act of...

    Crimea Without Power From Ukraine After Electricity Pylons ‘Blown Up’
    Nov22

    Crimea Without Power From Ukraine After Electricity Pylons ‘Blown Up’

    A Russian senator described the move as an “act of terrorism” and implied that Ukrainian nationalists were to blame. …read more Source:...

    Explosives Have Killed Four Children, 21 Adults in Ukraine’s Donestk Region in 2015
    Nov22

    Explosives Have Killed Four Children, 21 Adults in Ukraine’s Donestk Region in 2015

    Seventy others were wounded so far this year, a report by the organization Ukraine Under Attack found. …read more Source:...

    Crimea goes dark after blasts cut power to Russian-annexed peninsula
    Nov22

    Crimea goes dark after blasts cut power to Russian-annexed peninsula

    Darkness washed over Crimea on Saturday after two pylons carrying power lines to the Black Sea peninsula were blown up, cutting electricity to nearly 2 million people. “Crimea is completely cut off,” Viktor Plakida, the director of Crimea Energy, told Russia’s Tass news agency. “It’s a blackout.” The Crimean...