Russian Navy gets new weapon to induce ‘hallucinations’ and ‘blind’ the enemy
Feb26

Russian Navy gets new weapon to induce ‘hallucinations’ and ‘blind’ the enemy

A new weapon installed on Russian warships can make enemy soldiers miss targets by blinding them, while also causing hallucinations and making them want to vomit. Two Russian frigates were fitted with the new non-lethal dazzler-type weapon, the 5P-42 Filin (eagle-owl), the manufacturer’s representative told RIA Novosti. The weapon is designed to temporarily blind the enemy. It creates a strobe-like effect that disrupts eyesight,...

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Mckinsey’s full report regarding Lebanon’s economic vision
Jan04

Mckinsey’s full report regarding Lebanon’s economic vision

Russia-now.com publishes Mckinsey’s full report regarding Lebanon’s economic vision. To read the report, please press here.

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Rosatom eyes possibility of building 4 nuclear power blocks in Saudi Arabia
Nov15

Rosatom eyes possibility of building 4 nuclear power blocks in Saudi Arabia

Russia’s nuclear power corporation Rosatom considers a possibility of constructing a two-block nuclear power station in Saudi Arabia, Rosatom’s overseas trading company Tenex said in its report. Two more blocks may be later added to the nuclear power station in Saudi Arabia, Tenex said. It was reported in February 2018 that Rosatom submitted its bid for a tender on constructing two nuclear power blocks in Saudi Arabia. In...

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Bank of England refuses to hand over Venezuela’s gold – report
Nov12

Bank of England refuses to hand over Venezuela’s gold – report

The Bank of England (BoE) is refusing to release around $550 million in gold owned by Venezuela back to the country over the UK regulator’s claim of growing uncertainty about Caracas’s intentions for the 14 tons of gold bars. British officials are insisting that measures aimed at preventing money-laundering are taken, The Times reports. The Venezuelan government is reportedly expected to provide a clarification about its plans...

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China brings investment to Africa while US brings war – RT’s Keiser Report
Oct10

China brings investment to Africa while US brings war – RT’s Keiser Report

African nations are lining up to receive investment from China, says Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. He told the United Nations that Beijing brings badly needed infrastructure and jobs to Africa, not colonialism. RT’s Keiser report looks into the issue that trade only works when both parties are trying to get a fair deal. “They [Africa –Ed.] are going to engage in trade which is peaceful. The US is building military...

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