Crimea

Mysterious whole-stone sarcophagus found in Crimea

An empty sarcophagus of unknown origin carved from the solid stone was found by the expedition of the State Hermitage at the excavations of the ancient city of Mirmekiy in Kerch, the head of the expedition, Alexander Butyagin reported today. …

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Crimea’s  isolation failed, Aksenov says

The participation of foreign guests in the international bike show near Sevastopol indicates the failure of attempts to contain Russia and isolate Crimea, head of the republic Sergey Aksenov expressed his opinion. According to him, the …

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Ukrainian media criticize Crimean resorts

Ukrainian journalists published an article in the Internet portal Obozrevatel, where they mention poor conditions in Crimean resorts, but the readers did not believe it. The article reads that residents of the peninsula cannot find a …

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Children hospitalized with food poisoning in Crimea

More than 50 people have been hospitalized from a summer camp in Crimea due to food poisoning, the press service of the Crimean Health Ministry said. "As of 08:00 Moscow time, 54 people were hospitalized, including 49 …

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Verdict in Scythian gold case delayed

The Amsterdam Court of Appeal has delayed a verdict in the Scythian gold case, the court's press service said. According to the statement, judges need the parties to provide additional information, particularly on property …

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Two paratroopers drown during exercises in Crimea

Two paratroopers drowned during an exercise in Crimea when they landed into the water after parachute jumping, according to the Southern Military District’s press service. The exercises were carried out this morning at the …

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EU confirms non-recognition policy on Crimea

Foreign ministers of 28 EU member-states have expressed concerns over the security situation in the Black Sea area and confirmed the non-recognition policy on Crimea, the Council of the European Union said in a statement adopted at its meeting in …

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EU extends Crimea sanctions without discussions

European Union ambassadors have agreed to extend the bloc's investment ban on Crimea by another year, according to sources familiar with the matter. Speaking on condition of anonymity, the sources added that the decision was made …

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