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Willing Horse of the Great Patriotic War: 45mm M1937 Anti-Tank Gun

Willing Horse of the Great Patriotic War: 45mm M1937 Anti-Tank Gun

The light quick-firing 45mm M1937 anti-tank gun, nicknamed the Sorokapyatka, was first created in 1937 by Soviet artillery designer M.N.…
Where Are You From, Fan?

Where Are You From, Fan?

A total of 25 percent of FIFA World Cup 2018 fans are women. Sputnik has explored the countries of origin of fans…
NATO: History of Expansion

NATO: History of Expansion

The alliance has gone through several stages of expansion and currently includes 29 members. Take a look at the history of NATO’s…
Genoa Bridge Collapse

Genoa Bridge Collapse

Dozens of people were killed in Genoa, Italy when more than 200 meters of Morandi bridge that makes a part…
Partner or Rival? New Poll Gauges People’s Attitude Towards China

Partner or Rival? New Poll Gauges People’s Attitude Towards China

The results of a new opinion poll published prior to the opening of the Eastern Economic Forum which kicked off…
Visual Feast: Moscow International Festival Circle of Light

Visual Feast: Moscow International Festival Circle of Light

The eighth annual Circle of Light International Festival is set to dazzle visitors with a stunning barrage of auditory and…
How the Downing of Russia’s Il-20 Military Plane in Syria Unfolded

How the Downing of Russia’s Il-20 Military Plane in Syria Unfolded

On September 17, the Russian Hmeymim air base in Syria lost contact with an Il-20 plane with 15 people on…
Centre of Washington’s Pullout Ploy: Russian 9M729 Missile in Facts and Details

Centre of Washington’s Pullout Ploy: Russian 9M729 Missile in Facts and Details

On 1 February, US State Secretary Mike Pompeo announced that Washington suspended its obligations under the INF Treaty and triggered…
Mass Shooting at Two Mosques in New Zealand: How It Happened

Mass Shooting at Two Mosques in New Zealand: How It Happened

On 15 March 2019 two mass shootings rocked the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, resulting in the deaths of 49…
NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia: History of the Conflict

NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia: History of the Conflict

NATO’s operations began on March 24, 1999, and ended on June 10. The Serbian government estimates that about 2,500 people,…
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