WORLD WAR 3 fears have been ignited once again after US Navy Seals join forces with Romanian and Spanish Special Forces amid growing tensions with Russia.The US Seals are part of a contingent of American special forces taking part in the "Trojan Footprint" military exercises.These exercises are taking place across five European countries.
Viktor Medvedchuk, the Kremlin’s most prominent ally in Ukraine, left the office of the Prosecutor General on Wednesday after reading the charges against him without being detained, Interfax news agency reported.Ukrainian authorities on Tuesday put Medvedchuk under formal suspicion for high treason as part of a crackdown on his circle that has fuelled tensions between Kyiv and Moscow.
Four people, including an MTA employee, were attacked in the New York City subway system Wednesday morning.A man was sitting on a bench in the Times Square subway station when he was slashed in the face on Wednesday morning.Police say the 35-year-old man was sitting on the bench at 42nd Street and 7th Avenue around 9 a.m. when a man approached him.
The Chernobyl Spirit Company created the booze, called ‘Atomik’, using apples from the nuclear power plant’s radioactive exclusion zone and Ukrainian officials have seized 1,500 bottles of it Bottles of vodka made from radioactive apples grown near Chernobyl have been seized by Ukrainian officials.
Increased signs of nuclear activity have been detected inside a sealed chamber at the abandoned Chernobyl plant in Ukraine.Scientists have identified a rising amount of neutrons inside Subreactor Room 305/2.Neutrons are particles in an atom and are released during nuclear fission when the atom is split.
CHERNOBYL is still producing nuclear reactions which are steadily growing inside the rubble of the disastrous power plant, which has scientists concerned another disaster could be on the cards.Scientists monitoring the defunct Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine have been shocked to see a spike in nuclear reactions over the past five years.
Cola the cat was caught climbing into a fridge at his home in Uzhorod Ukraine The cat used its paw to open the fridge door before clambering inside the unit Responding to the video, its owner said: 'He is not hungry, just a tricky smart cat' This is the moment Cola the cat is caught climbing into a fridge in Ukraine by its owner.
The cat used its paw to open the fridge door before clambering inside the unit Responding to the video, its owner said: 'He is not hungry, just a tricky smart cat' This is the moment Cola the cat is caught climbing into a fridge in Ukraine by its owner.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Antony Blinken told his Russian counterpart on Wednesday that the Biden administration will not waver in responding to aggression from Moscow in the United States or elsewhere.The State Department said Blinken made that point in a telephone call with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov before what will be their first face-to-face talks next week on the sidelines of an Arctic Council meeting in Iceland.
(Reuters) - Shares in Xiaomi Corp rose as much as 6.71% in Hong Kong afternoon trade on Wednesday, following a report that the telecoms giant would be removed from a U.S. blacklist.On Twitter, a Bloomberg reporter said the removal comes after the company reached a settlement with the U.S. Defense Department.
Letter: We need to be self-sufficient in energy production With the forthcoming ban on petrol and diesel vehicles and gas boilers it is inevitable that demand for electricity will not only increase substantially, but it will also need to be available 24/7/365.With this in mind, I hope that our politicians and environmentalists will take note of the way the French used the threat of cutting off Jersey’s electricity supply in the recent dispute over fishing rights.
UKRAINE has warned Russia still has about 100,000 troops stationed near its border with Ukraine and Crimea despite Russian President Vladimir Putin's apparent attempts to de-escalate tensions in the region.Ivan Bakanov, the head of Ukraine’s state security service, said on Tuesday that Russia’s military buildup at the border had not been diffused.
KYIV (Reuters) – Viktor Medvedchuk, a prominent ally of the Kremlin in Ukraine, has been formally put under suspicion for high treason and the attempted theft of national resources in annexed Crimea, Ukrainian media reported on Tuesday, citing prosecutors.The move is part of a widening crackdown against Medvedchuk, an opposition lawmaker and businessman, that began in February when he and associates were put under sanctions and three television channels owned by an ally were forced off air.
The Kiev home of powerful pro-Russian lawmaker Viktor Medvedchuk was being searched on Tuesday as part of an ongoing investigation into treason, Ukraine's SBU security service told AFP.Medvedchuk, 66, is a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin and has been repeatedly criticised in Ukraine for doing business in Russia, which backs separatists fighting Kiev’s army.
Former US soldier who fought with far-right paramilitary group in Ukraine will not face death penalty over 2018 'double murder' in Florida, DOJ announce in extradition bid
The death penalty will be waived for US Army veteran Craig Lang, the alleged double murderer who fought as a mercenary for a far-right paramilitary group in Ukraine, the DOJ has said.The government is hoping the lesser sentence could expedite the 30-year-old's extradition from Kyiv where he is living under house arrest.
Ukraine scientists concerned by 40 per cent spike in neutron emissions since 2016 in inaccessible chamber Scientists monitoring the abandoned Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine have discovered fission reactions erupting within an inaccessible chamber in the ruins of the complex, raising concerns that a further explosion at the site could take place.
It's been 25 years since the nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl became the largest man-made disaster in world history.After years spent studying the abandoned land in the exclusion zone and surrounding areas, a team of scientists have produced an artisanal spirit called Atomik, made using fruit grown and harvested in the disaster zone.
KYIV, May 11 (Reuters) - Russia still has around 100,000 troops deployed near Ukraine's border and in annexed Crimea, the head of Ukraine's state security service (SBU) Ivan Bakanov said on Tuesday.Russia announced a withdrawal of forces from near Ukraine's border last month after a standoff that alarmed the West.
(Reuters) - Ukraine does not expect next month's NATO summit will produce a Membership Action Plan (MAP) for Ukraine, because some member states worry it will provoke Russia, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Tuesday."Regarding the obstacles, unfortunately, there are still several countries among the allies who are guided by the logic of not provoking Russia and believe that sitting and doing nothing is the best way to keep Russia calm," he told the Ukraine 24 channel.
If you like your alcohol with a nuclear kick to it, you'll still have to wait after Ukrainian authorities seized over 1,500 bottles of Atomik, an alcoholic spirit made by apples grown near the infamous Chernobyl nuclear power plant.The experimental batch of Atomik was headed to the United Kingdom after leaving a distillery in Ukraine before it was intercepted by federal authorities.