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Nuclear waste in Kara Sea could spread to other continents

In 1992 the world learned the former Soviet Union had used the Arctic Ocean as a dumping ground for liquid and solid nuclear waste. The waste, including nuclear subs was mostly confined to an area off the coast of Novaya Zemlya, in the Kara Sea.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 1 comment

Did Brad Pitt buy a Soviet Tank?

Actor Brad Pitt has many Hollywood observers confused over his recent purchase of a 36 ton Soviet era tank for personal use.
In the Media by Thom W. Conroy

First-ever war crimes prosecution against Soviet Army in Hungary

Budapest - Hungary’s National Office of Investigation (NNI) has begun an inquiry into a 66-year-old war crime allegedly committed by the Soviet Red Army in which 32 men aged mainly between 16-22 were summarily shot in front of their parents.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 2 comments

Teens detained after Polish cemetery vandalised in Brest, Belarus

Brest - Police in western Belarus have detained three teenagers who are accused of vandalising a Polish cemetery in the town of Brest on the night of August 25.
In the Media by Gemma Fox - 10 comments

Former Soviet Political Prisoner, 75, Beaten To Death

Man beaten to death because he passes on buying a stranger's religious CD.
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 1 comment

Soviet propaganda cartoons come to video

The four-DVD set 'Animated Soviet Propaganda' opens the vaults on decades of Cold War humor.
In the Media by RobotGod

Dark Clouds Forming As Winter Approaches In Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD (dpa) - After ten years of Soviet occupation and another decade of civil war, few observers thought the situation in Afghanistan could get any worse. Yet it is poised to do so. This month a harsh winter is bringing another year of fighting...
In the Media by Anwar Mansuri

A Miner's Life Counts For Little In Donetsk

Donetsk, Ukraine (dpa) - The pit foreman tears open the door to the winding tower. A gust of wind blows Pyotr Sakharov and his men into a gloomy corridor. It is dark. The lights are broken, and the miners on the early shift have to feel their way t...
In the Media by Stefan Vos

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Declassified CIA Report Exposes Crimes Against Humanity By The Soviets

"Go out and find the Truth" - Julian Assange. Sometimes truth is hidden in past history already revealed. History that...
Nov 16, 2012 by Dave Hamilton


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