Integrating Cultures at the Russian Film Festival in Lebanon
Oct28
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al-Assad: Fighting terrorists is the way to protect civilians in Aleppo
Oct20

al-Assad: Fighting terrorists is the way to protect civilians in Aleppo

President Bashar al-Assad stressed that protecting civilians in Aleppo necessitates getting rid of the terrorists. Speaking in an interview with the Swiss SRF 1 TV channel, the President said “Of course, it’s our mission according to the constitution and the law. We have to protect the people, and we have to get rid of those terrorists in Aleppo. That’s how we can protect civilians.” He added that it goes without saying that the way...

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Assad: It’s more than a cold war
Oct14

Assad: It’s more than a cold war

President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to Russia’s Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper; Following is the full text, Question 1: Thank you very much, Mr. President. It’s a big happiness for me, and I’m very proud. Okay, I will start from my questions. The situation in Syria become more dangerous and more unpredictable. Why? Because this conflict draws inside more participants and more players. For example, who do we have now in Syria...

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Iskander missile brigade on alert for drill in western Russia
Oct04

Iskander missile brigade on alert for drill in western Russia

The missile brigade of Russia’s Western Military District, equipped with Iskander-M tactical ballistic missile systems, has been put on the highest level of combat alert as part of this year’s military final exam for review by top brass, the press service of the district said today. “Now the brigade’s units march to the designated areas for carrying out training on directing missile strikes with simulated launches of missiles of...

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A Mechanical Harmony to NASA’s Webb Telescope Sunshield
Sep25

A Mechanical Harmony to NASA’s Webb Telescope Sunshield

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has a giant custom-built, kite-shaped sunshield driven by mechanics that will fold and unfold with a harmonious synchronicity 1 million miles from Earth. Like a car, many mechanical pieces in the Webb telescope’s sunshield will work together to open it from its stored folded position in the rocket that will carry it into space. According to car manufacturers, a single car can have about...

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