Monthly Archives: October 2019

Mobile operator’s tower in Donetsk exploded in protest against ‘inhuman tortures’: Ultimatum (Video)

The incident occurred on the morning of Sunday, October 27. The explosion is designed to draw attention to inhuman tortures in Russia-occupied Donbas / Screenshot The explosion of a tower of a local mobile operator, Phoenix, in the Russia-occupied city of Donetsk has been followed by an ultimatum. A video with the ultimatum was shared on YouTube. It says that that

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Russian nuclear submarines to test new weapons in Norwegian Sea

Two nuclear submarines of the Russian Northern Fleet will work out deep-diving in the neutral waters of the Norwegian Sea. During the tests, new weapons will be tested, reports Interfax news agency wit reference to the press service of the Northern Fleet. As the press service of the Fleet reports, the crews of the nuclear-powered submarines (NPS) Nizhny Novgorod and

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Russian Foreign Minister: Norway could facilitate normalization of Russia-NATO relations

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov expressed an opinion that Norway, with its diplomatic experience, could facilitate the normalization of relations between Russia and NATO, as reported by RIA Novosti. Lavrov added that there are no obstacles to that. Russian Foreign Minister added that Moscow is confident that when the countries of Europe and Western partners of the Russian Federation are

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Bojan Pepić: Political Groups and the Genocide Convention

Originally posted on Human Rights and Liberty Blog:
Why political groups aren’t protected under the Genocide Convention? The?Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide?(Genocide Convention) was?adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 9 December 1948. It signified the international community’s commitment to never let the atrocities committed during the Second World War happen…

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