More mass graves discovered in Libya

Libyan authorities have dug up 12 bodies from four more unmarked graves in the city of Tarhuna, adding to the scores of corpses already discovered since the area was recaptured in June from the eastern-based forces loyal to putschist Gen. Khalifa Haftar. Some of the bodies discovered show the marks of violence, including, among those […]

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18 years since the largest terrorist attacks in the history of Russia “Nord-Ost” theatre siege

The 18th anniversary of the tragedy in the theater center at Dubrovka, where on October 23, 2002, Chechen terrorists took more than 900 hostages from among the artists and spectators of the musical Nord-Ost, and withheld till October 26, at least 174 hostages killed as a result – some were poisoned by gas, used in […]

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US sanctions Russian government institution tied to malware

The US Treasury Department on Friday announced sanctions on a Russian government research institution linked to a malware system “designed specifically to target and manipulate industrial safety systems.” According to Treasury, the State Research Center of the Russian Federation FGUP Central Scientific Research Institute of Chemistry and Mechanics supported an August 2017 cyberattack involving the […]

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Remembering the 1956 Hungarian uprising

Hungary marks the 64th anniversary of the revolution against Soviet occupation. It all started 23rd October 1956 as a peaceful university students’ demonstration. From small beginnings it grew into a mass demonstration. The reaction by the communist leaders was cruel and bloody. they used guns – something which stirred the protesters to use violence in […]

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Invaders violate ceasefire in Donbas seven times, Ukrainian troops fire back

October 21, the Russian occupation forces violated the agreements reached within the Trilateral Contact Group five times. Today, two more ceasefire violations have been recorded. “In the area of ​​responsibility of the operational and tactical group ‘East’, the enemy opened fire from small arms near the village of Lebedynske (16km east of Mariupol). Two more […]

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Ukraine calls on international community to put more pressure on Russia for cyber attacks

Ukraine has called on the international community to continue pressure on the Russian Federation for violations in cyberspace. This is stated in a comment by Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) with regard to a statement by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo charging Russian military intelligence (GRU) officers for сyber crimes. “Ukraine fully trusts the recently […]

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Developers of COVID-19 vaccine in Ukraine plan human clinical trials in three months

Developers of a Ukrainian vaccine against the coronavirus (COVID-19) are planning human clinical trials in three months. They say preclinical animal trial results were successful, one of the developers of the substance, president of DiaPrep System Inc., professor, doctor of medical sciences, international expert in the field of healthcare and epidemiology Mykhailo Fedorov told the RBC […]

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