September 22, 2018

Russian Certificate GOST

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The particular and undoubtedly complex economic moment is forcing global companies to find new outlets for their goods, not to fail. For several years, the Russian Federation has been one of the preferred destinations for European companies. German, Italian, Dutch and French exporters have made great efforts to gain market share in all sectors of […]

British police discover huge cannabis factory in forgotten nuclear bunker

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From WN After receiving an anonymous tip, Wiltshire police in the United Kingdom discovered an underground bunker that was producing £2 million worth of cannabis a year on Friday, according to The Guardian. DI Simon Pope, of Wiltshire police, said it was “the biggest cannabis factory we’ve ever had in Wiltshire and the south-west region. […]

There is a protective bubble around Earth and we put it there

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BY MIRIAM KRAMER From Mashable Humans change every environment we inhabit on Earth, building cities, clearing forests, growing crops, and living in even the most remote parts of our world. But now we have evidence that we also affect the vacuum of space around us. According to new findings, a type of radio communication actually […]

Embargo bogeyman

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By Ewin James From Caribbean News Now Some opponents of the United States and supporters of the Cuban people ascribe the suffering of Cubans to the trade embargo that the US imposed in 1962, for Cuba becoming communist and seizing over $1 billion of US assets. At a rate of interest of 6 percent per […]

Cuban athletes face hurdles on road to sporting glory

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By Will Grant BBC News, Havana Looming down on Cuba’s young athletes as they train at the Pan American Stadium on the outskirts of Havana is a billboard with an image of Che Guevara and his famous words “Hasta la victoria, siempre” (Until victory, always). But unfortunately for Cuba, “la victoria” has been distinctly lacking […]

Cuba: Unfinished nuclear power station

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By James Gordon From Daily Mail UK Cuba’s Soviet Legacy: Inside the Caribbean island’s unfinished nuclear power station that lays just 180 miles off the Florida coast Cuba is an nation full of 1950s automobiles but at one time the Caribbean island was almost a nuclear power, less than 100 miles from the United States […]

Sisters who grew up in Bexley among Jewish authors visiting central Ohio

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By JoAnne Viviano From The Columbus Dispatch Two sisters are returning to their native Bexley this weekend to discuss an adventure that started on a corner in Leningrad in 1976 and has turned into a book exploring the friendship that sustained two Jewish women in the former Soviet Union. Leslie Levine Adler and Meryll Levine […]