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Dark Side Last Updated: Jun 15, 2021 - 4:46:52 PM


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Crimea’s Nuclear Potential: A Return to Soviet Practices
On April 12, amid escalating tensions along the Ukrainian border, Ukrainian Defense Minister Andriy Taran expressed concern that “Crimea’s infrastructure is being prepared for potentially storing nuclear weapons” (Radio Svoboda, April 14). Even though Taran did not supply evidence for this claim, it is plausible to assert that such nuclear potential in occupied Crimea certainly exists.

Jun 7, 2021 - 11:43:44 AM

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Mob Murder: A Cold Case in Maryland. And the Mafia
A woman who worked for the US government tracking guns used in crimes, had no one do that for her after someone shot her dead.

Jun 6, 2021 - 10:27:03 AM

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Afghanistan: The Northern Veto
The Afghan military is negotiating with the U.S. and NATO over the issue of continued air support. American and NATO air force commanders with experience in Afghanistan agree that providing air support from one or two well-defended bases is possible based on past experience

Jun 4, 2021 - 11:23:57 AM

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The Tulsa massacre wasn’t a ‘race riot’ — it was a pogrom
One hundred years ago, a pogrom destroyed a community. A pogrom is, according to John Klier, who was the subject’s leading authority and author of numerous seminal studies on Russian Jews, “an outbreak of mass violence directed against a minority religious, ethnic or social group. It usually implies central instigation and control, or at minimum the passivity of local authoritie

Jun 3, 2021 - 11:31:32 AM

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Suspected French mercenary nabbed in CAR
Former member of notorious rebel group apprehended with large amount of weapons, ammunition in Central African Republic

Jun 2, 2021 - 9:41:34 AM



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