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Syrian Refugees Rush Greece Border As Russia And Turkey Tangle

REYHANLI, Turkey — The presidents of Turkey and Russia spoke by phone Friday to try to defuse tensions that rose significantly in Syria after 33 Turkish troops were killed in a Syrian government airstrike, and a new wave of refugees and migrants...
Related topics: Greece, Turkey, Syria

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Back On The Market! Russian ‘striptease’ Skater Tuktamysheva Says She Is Single Again

One of Russia’s most distinguished figure skaters Elizaveta Tuktamysheva has recently been rocking social media with some eye-catching outfits, and it seems they're not her long-time boyfriend who she says is a thing of the past.
Related topics: Social Media

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Helicopter Crashes In Southern Russia - Emergency Services

Details about possible casualties as well as the owner of the helicopter or its type were not immediately available.

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Russia Issues Travel Warning Amid Coronavirus Outbreak In Japan

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Foreign Ministry on Friday cautioned those planning to go to Japan to consider the risks of a growing coronavirus epidemic.
Related topics: Japan, Moscow

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Russia Bombs Turkish Troops In Syria

Carlotta Gall, reporting for the NYT (“Airstrike Hits Turkish Forces in Syria, Raising Fears of Escalation“): The Turkish Army suffered mass casualties in an airstrike in northwest Syria late Thursday, an attack that could...
Related topics: Syria

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Caught: China's J-11 Fighter Sure Does Look Like A Copy Of Russia's Su-27 'flanker'

Sebastien Roblin Technology, Asia Looks like the Communist Party has been caught... red-handed. Key Point: China is known for buying and stealing foreign technology in order to reverse engineer them. It looks like the Su-27 was no exception. The...
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Us Navy Quarantines All Ships Recently Docked In Pacific Ports - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The US navy has ordered that all ships that have made stops in countries of the Pacific region be put under quarantine and remain at sea for 14 days as a precaution amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, the CNN...
Related topics: Moscow, CNN

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Us-taliban Peace Deal Closer Than Ever, Important Step Toward Afghan Peace - Nato

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The US-Taliban peace deal is now closer than ever and NATO will continue to support efforts to find a lasting peaceful solution in Afghanistan, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Friday.
Related topics: Taliban, Nato, Moscow, Afghanistan

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Luhansk People's Republic Launches Case Against Detained Rossiya Segodnya Stringer

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Rossiya Segodnya's press service announced on Friday the agency will seek a thorough explanation of the reasons for Romas detention and demands a transparent and unbiased investigation.
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Catastrophic Humanitarian Crisis In Idlib As Syrian Troops Advance & Children Freeze To Death

In Syria, 33 Turkish soldiers were killed in an airstrike by Russia-backed Syrian forces in rebel-held Idlib in a major escalation on Thursday. Turkey has vowed to respond in kind, as U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres calls for an immediate...
Related topics: Syria, Turkey

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Check Out Russia’s Newest Attack Submarine

David Axe Security, We’ve gotten a glimpse of what could be Russia’s next attack submarine. We’ve gotten a glimpse of what could be Russia’s next attack submarine. A Russian state-owned T.V. network in December 2019 broadcast a report...

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Copycat: Russia Once Had Its Own Sr-71 Blackbird, And Then It Didn't

Sebastien Roblin History, Europe The Reaktivny Samolet ramjet-powered bomber could cruise at three times the speed of sound. Key point: Following the Soviet Union’s first successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile, the defense...

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How The 1994 Battle Of Grozny Changed Russia Forever

Sebastien Roblin History, Europe A terrible war. Key point: There was a limit to how far Russia would let its ethnic enclaves go in pushing for autonomy. However, Russia's forces were not ready yet to put down an independence movement. On New...

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Turkey Mobilizes For War With Syria And Russia As Nearly 3 Dozen Turkish Troops Killed

Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – Al Jazeera reports that nearly three dozen Turkish soldiers in a barracks in Syria were killed Friday by an air strike. Although most reports say that the bombing was carried out by the Syrian Air Force, some...
Related topics: Turkey, Syria

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The Russo-turkish Wars

Russo-Turkish wars, series of wars between Russia and the Ottoman Empire in the 17th–19th century. The wars reflected the decline of the Ottoman Empire and resulted in the gradual southward extension of Russia’s frontier and influence into...

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Gop Intel Chairman Warned Colleagues Their Hunt For Biden Dirt Could Help Russia Undermine...

On Thursday, Politico reported that Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-NC) warned Sens. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA) in a meeting on December 5 that their effort to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden over...
Related topics: Intel, Joe Biden, United Kingdom

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A Renaissance Is Underway For Mongolia's Literature Lovers

From translated fiction to self-published poetry, Mongolia's publishing market is boomingThe landmark Gandan monastery in the centre of the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar. Photo (c): Filip Noubel,  used with permission Sandwiched between Russia...
Related topics: Mongolia, World Photos

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Democratic Officials May Have Pushed Bogus Intelligence Alleging The Russians Want To Reelect Trump

The New York Times reported last week that U.S. intelligence officials warned members of Congress that Russia is interfering in the 2020 U.S. election to “try to get President Trump reelected.” washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential

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Watch Out: Russia's Air Force Is Getting More Hypersonic Missiles For Its Fighters

Mark Episkopos Security, Europe Even the Su-57? Key point: Moscow is going big into the hypersonics arms race. That means arming its best fighters with long-rage, superfast weapons. Earlier last week, the press office of the Russia-hosted...
Related topics: Moscow

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Why The Soviet Union Is To Blame For North Korea's Military Rise

Mark Episkopos History, Asia Stalin gave the Kim regime a jumpstart. Key point: Pyongyang wouldn't have been able to try to conquer Seoul or survive after the war without Moscow's support. In fact, no Soviet Union would have likely meant no North...
Related topics: North Korea, South Korea, Military, Pyongyang, Seoul, Moscow

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