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Crimean firefighters extinguish fire in Saki

Today, in the Crimean city of Saki, a fire broke out on the 7th floor of a residential high-rise building, the Ministry of Emergency Situations in Crimea reports. "The fire was accompanied by strong smoke. The department of the gas …

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FSB thwarts terrorist attack in Simferopol

Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has thwarted a terrorist attack in Crimea’s capital city Simferopol by detaining two supporters of the terrorist organization Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (outlawed in Russia), who were plotting an …

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Canada introduces new anti-Russia sanctions

The Canadian government has introduced new anti-Russian sanctions over Crimea reuniting with the Russian Federation, by Global Affairs Canada said in the statement. The agency stated that in response to Russia’s reunification with …

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Foreign ownership of land banned in Crimea

Today, the decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin on the inclusion of most of Crimea in the list of border territories came into force. The decree signed a year ago, bans foreign ownership of land almost at all territory of the …

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Putin says Crimea is Russia’s 'holy land'

Crimea is Russia’s holy land, a sacrosanct place and center of the nation’s spiritual unity, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a gala show on the occasion of the 7th anniversary of Crimea’s reunification with Russia. …

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Russian paratroopers hold large-scale drills in Crimea

An air assault and artillery regiments of the Novorossiysk Guards Airborne Force formation were redeployed to the Opuk training ground in eastern Crimea for the drills that started on Tuesday, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported. …

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US Navy tests to the limit Russian Black Sea Fleet

Despite repeated warnings, the US Navy Donald Cook destroyer, armed with cruise missiles, once again entered the Black Sea waters today, the Russian Defense Ministry's National Defense Control Center informed. "The forces and …

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