Crimea

Watch Divers Discover Suspected Aivazovsky's Paintings In Crimean Waters

In June 2018, the shipwreck of the General Kotzebue steamer, which collided with another vessel and sank in 1895, was found off the western part of Crimea.

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Us Reconnaissance Drone Spotted Near Crimea - Reports

Ever since relations between the US and Russia took a downward turn in 2014, American and NATO surveillance aircraft have been regularly spotted flying close to either Russia’s borders or Russian military bases in Syria.
Related topics: Drones, Russia, Nato, Military, Syria

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Russia's Crafty Financial Crimes Have Become A Foreign Policy Problem

Andrew Rennemo Security, Eurasia The West has legitimate grievances with the Kremlin, including Crimea, the Skripal poisoning, cyber meddling, and election interference. But it would be a mistake to allow an impasse over these issues to impede...
Related topics: Russia, Kremlin

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The Week's Best Photojournalism

A cat and a baby squirrel at a park in Bakhchisaray, Crimea. | (REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak) James Harden reacts to an official's call during a game in Houston. | (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) Preparations being made for a festival in Amsterdam. |...
Related topics: Reuters, World Photos, Festival, Netherlands, Amsterdam

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Italy Could Play Big Role In Parliamentary Diplomacy On Crimea – Politician

Russia's Crimea is hosting the 5th annual Yalta Economic Forum. More than 3,000 delegates from all over the world are attending the event to discuss global and regional agendas, sign deals and bring business proposals to the table.
Related topics: Italy, Russia

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'we’ll See The End Of Sanctions Towards Crimea Rather Soon' - Belgian Mp

The Yalta Economic Forum is marking its fifth anniversary this year. It is the largest international economic event in Crimea, which reunited with Russia as an autonomous region in 2014 following a referendum. The first forum was attended by 600...
Related topics: Anniversaries, Russia, Referendum

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Eu Guests Attend Yalta Economic Forum Under Pressure From Media, Governments

More than 3,000 delegates from all over the world are taking part in this year’s Yalta Economic Forum in Crimea. Most foreign delegates, especially those from EU countries, opted to participate despite pressure from the mainstream media and...

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Mexico Loses $1.5mln+ Daily In One Border City Alone Due To Migrants - Lawmaker

YALTA (Crimea) (Sputnik) - The Mexican economy suffers heavy losses over the flow of migrants who aspire to cross into the United States, with the border city of Ciudad Juarez alone losing over $1.5 million daily, a member of the lower chamber of...
Related topics: Mexico

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German Business Association: Us Sanctions On Russia 'huge Problem' For Eu Firms

US and EU sanctions against some Russian companies and industries, imposed over the reunification with Crimea, have complicated the work of European companies. German entrepreneurs, however, aspire to boost cooperation despite warnings from the US...
Related topics: Russia

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Ethnic Germans In Crimea Urge Berlin To Revise Visa Requirements

SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) - Yuri Gempel, the head of the German diaspora in Crimea, urged Berlin on Monday to revise its visa policy, which requires that Crimeans apply for visas at its embassy in Kiev.
Related topics: Germany, Berlin, Ukraine, Kiev

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Rare White Lion Cubs Born In Crimea Safari Park

Two rare white lion cubs have been born in a Crimean safari park. The male and female cubs arrived in the Taygan lion park near Belogorsk several days ago but haven't been named yet. (March 30)        

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Serbia Won't Recognise Crimea As Russian Due To Possible Comparison To Kosovo

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has reiterated that Belgrade cannot recognise Crimea as a part of Russia since such a move might result in Crimea being compared to Kosovo, which proclaimed its independence from Serbia but has...
Related topics: Serbia, Russia, Moscow, Belgrade

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Why Putin Took Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s seizure of the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in early 2014 was the most consequential decision of his 16 years in power. By annexing a neighboring country’s territory by force, Putin overturned in a single...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Ukraine

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Crimea's Reunification With Russia - A Landmark Event

Via The Strategic Culture Foundation, This week the people of Crimea celebrated the fifth anniversary of joining the Russian Federation. People across Russia shared their joy. Centuries of common culture and history made the reunification more like...
Related topics: Russia, Anniversaries

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Christchurch & Balkan History; Fake Fort Trump?; Erdogan & Crimea

The Australian terrorist who carried out the Christchurch mosque attacks deliberately tried to deceive the world into thinking that Balkan history partially inspired his gruesome killing spree.
Related topics: Tayyip Erdogan, Terrorism

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Crimea: The Geopolitical Jewel Russia Continues To Polish

Authored by Tom Luongo, With all that is happening in the world Crimea has taken a bit of a backseat recently. Yes, the US, EU and Canada just added more sanctions on Russia via the odious Magnitsky legislation but this is...
Related topics: Russia, Canada

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Crimea Marks 5 Years Of Russian Annexation As Western Sanctions Bite

Residents and officials in Crimea have been staging events this week to mark the fifth anniversary of Russia’s forceful annexation of the region from Ukraine. The United States and its allies imposed wide-ranging sanctions on Moscow following...
Related topics: Anniversaries, Russia, Ukraine, Moscow

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How America Lost Faith In Expertise

In 2014, following the Russian invasion of Crimea, The Washington Post published the results of a poll that asked Americans about whether the United States should intervene militarily in Ukraine. Only one in six could identify Ukraine on a map; the...
Related topics: Polls, Ukraine

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Russian Ambassador Invites Indian Businesses To Explore Crimean Region

Claiming that the change in Crimea’s political status was introduced in strict compliance with international law and current practices, unlike the case of Kosovo, Russian Ambassador to India Nikolay Kudashev has called upon Indian businessmen to...
Related topics: India

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Long Road Home: Marking Fifth Anniversary Of Crimea's Reunification With Russia

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - On 18 March, the Republic of Crimea is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its reunification with Russia.
Related topics: Anniversaries, Russia, Moscow

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