Monthly Archives: August 2019

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Dear followers. You may have wanted to post pictures or videos but may not know how. This is how it works: Option 1: Google a picture/gif/mēme or a youtube video and post the link of the picture or video in the comment box. Important! Only 1 link per comment is allowed. Option 2: Upload the picture/movie to Disqus or an

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Consumer confidence of Ukrainians in July improves to level of summer 2013

The Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) in Ukraine equals 88.0 in July, which is 5.5 points higher, than the indicator in June, and the highest figure since August 2013, according to a study of Info Sapiens posted on the website of the company. “The Consumer Confidence Index reached the new peak. Indices of Current Personal Financial Standing and Expectations of the

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Ukraine’s “Homeward” nominated for Best International Feature Film at Oscars

The movie is telling a story of Crimean Tatars and the annexed Crimea. Snap from movie “Homeward”, a Ukrainian feature film directed by Nariman Aliev has been nominated for this year’s Oscars in Best International Feature Film category. The movie tells the story of a Crimean Tatar man, Mustafa (Akhtem Seitablaev), who is coming back to the Russia-annexed Crimea to

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Ukrainian troops destroy pro-Russian military base in Donbas

A week before the so-called “harvest ceasefire” was declared in the Donbass, the military of the 54th Separate Mechanized Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed and damaged more than 20 units of military equipment of the pro-Russian militants. The 54th brigade has published a video of this operation. “So, July 2019, a week before the announcement of the ceasefire.

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Russia admits: Superweapons not combat ready

A revision of the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) that takes into account all of Russia’s prospective weapons is not possible, because several prototypes are not yet combat ready, Dmitry Novikov, First Deputy Chairperson of the State Duma International Affairs Committee, told Russian RT news agency. “Russia has a number of developments, but, as a rule, there is quite

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Fifty percent of Russians fail to tell what their national flag really looks like

According to survey conducted by the All-Russian Center for Public Opinion Research on the occasion of Russia’s National Flag Day, Russians are rather poorly versed in the arrangement of flowers on the Russian tricolor and do not know the first lines of the national anthem. Based on the survey, the majority of Russians (more than 80%) are proud of the

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Russian Hockey Star Kuznetsov Gets 4-Year Ban for Cocaine

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) said on Friday it had suspended Russian national team player Evgeny Kuznetsov for four years for testing positive for cocaine. Kuznetsov, who plays for the Washington Capitals in North America’s National Hockey League (NHL), said he accepted his suspension. “Representing my country has always been so close to my heart and something I take so

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Russian Doctor Contaminated by Food, Not Nuclear Blast – Authorities

A Russian doctor found to have a radioactive isotope in his body after treating victims of an Aug. 8 rocket engine explosion had been contaminated by food and not radiation, authorities said Friday. Earlier, The Moscow Times reported that a group of doctors who treated the radiation victims had been flown to Moscow for medical checkups. One of the doctors

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Russian Rocket Accident Likely Had Two Explosions, Norway Monitor Says

The explosion that killed five Russian scientists during a rocket engine test earlier this month was followed by a second blast two hours later, the likely source of a spike in radiation, Norway’s nuclear test-ban monitor said Friday. The second explosion, detected only by infrasonic air pressure sensors and not by the seismic monitors that pick up movements in the

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Russian Doctor Contaminated by Food, Not Nuclear Blast – Authorities

A Russian doctor found to have a radioactive isotope in his body after treating victims of an Aug. 8 rocket engine explosion had been contaminated by food and not radiation, authorities said Friday. Earlier, The Moscow Times reported that a group of doctors who treated the radiation victims had been flown to Moscow for medical checkups. One of the doctors

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“DNR” intends to name square in front of building of Donetsk Regional State Administration after liquidated terrorist Zakharchenko

A square in front of the Donetsk regional state administration building seized by the separatists in 2014 will be named in honor of deceased militant leader Alexander Zakharchenko. Leader of the “DNR” Denis Pushilin, who came to replace him, wrote this in his Telegram channel. “The square located in front of the Government House in Donetsk will be named after

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Illegal medicine procurement scheme jeopardizes Ukrainian athletes’ participation in int’l tournaments

Officials have purchased from a privately-owned supplier a bulk of untested medicines worth more than UAH 8 million. REUTERS Participation of Ukraine’s national teams at international sports tournaments is now in jeopardy as a result of a fraud scheme involving a shady procurement scheme by the entity controlled by the country’s sports ministry the Security Service of Ukraine reports. It

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US committed to supporting Ukrainian veterans through specialized ministry

The United States of America is committed to continuing to support Ukrainian volunteers and veterans through the specialized ministry and it is up to Ukrainians to determine the format of its activities. “The United States of America is committed to supporting Ukraine. We will be able to continue to support volunteers and veterans in civilian life with the help of

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Russia’s ‘Nuclear Titanic’ Floating Power Plant Is Setting Sail Toward Alaska

Russia’s far-northern floating nuclear power plant, dubbed “Chernobyl on Ice,” will begin a 3,000-mile journey along the country’s Arctic coastline in the direction of Alaska on Friday. And that’s making plenty of folks nervous, especially in the wake of other recent deadly accidents in Russia’s northern waters involving experimental nuclear hardware. The floating nuclear power station, Akademik Lomonosov, will cast

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