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  1. The Morning Vertical, March 30, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | Weekday Magazine

    The Kremlin continues to add insult to injury in the case of kidnapped Ukrainian military pilot Nadia Savchenko. It's almost as if the Russian authorities are going out of their way to be as insulting as possible.


  2. Did an asteroid slam into Jupiter?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2016 | Fox News

    If something slams into Jupiter and two strangers a thousand miles away from each other film it, does it count? Two amateur astronomers have generated some buzz after sharing videos of what appears to a fiery object making explosive contact with the planet. According to his video on YouTube, Gerrit Kernbauer was in Modling, Austria filming the planet using a Skywatcher Newton 200/1000 telescope on March 17. And while the "seeing was not the best" he found a "strange light spot that appeared for less than one second" on Jupiter, according to his YouTube post.


  3. Rare meteorite fragments discovered in Germany: Space rocks from...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2016 | Daily Mail

    These fragments have been identified as being of the 'LL Chondritenklasse' class of meteorite - mostly stone with very little metal inside Experts from Munster said they are 'delighted' to recover several fragments identified as being of the 'LL Chondritenklasse' class of meteorite - mostly stone with very little metal inside. The latest fragments, which struck the earth in the municipality of Stubenberg in Bavaria, are already being studied excitedly by experts, who anticipate more fragments will still turn up.


  4. A Journalist Delves Deep Inside 'Putin Country'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2016 | National Public Radio

    Journalist Anne Garrels was covering Russia years ago for NPR and she wanted to understand what was happening beyond the swiftly changing capital city of Moscow. "It could be anywhere and I basically just threw a pencil at the map and it hit Chelyabinsk and I've been going there ever since," she tells NPR's Morning Edition.


  5. 2-month passenger flow at Domodedovo airport increased by 2.3%Read the original story

    Mar 22, 2016 | AK&M

    In January-February 2016, the passenger flow at Domodedovo airport increased by 2.3% year-on-year to 3.805 million, the airport's press service informed. The passenger flow on domestic air routes increased by 15.7% to 2.313 million, the number of international passengers reached 1.492 million.


  6. Small asteroid detected 4 days after passing as close as satellitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | Earth & Sky

    On March 15, astronomers detected an asteroid that had passed closest to Earth on March 11, sweeping in at about the distance of our geostationary satellites. On March 15, 2016, astronomers detected a space rock - now designated as asteroid 2016 EF195 - using the PanSTARRS 1 telescope at Hawaii.


  7. 'Putin Country' tries to explain the admiration Russians have for PutinRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2016 | Christian Science Monitor

    Putin Country answers the simple question asked by many Westerners: How can the Russian people so adamantly support President Putin? "The reasons," writes Anne Garrels , "are many and confused." The longtime NPR correspondent, who has been covering the USSR and Russia for nearly four decades and is personally sympathetic to those living in "the real Russia," eventually has to conclude: "Western sanctions have so far had the opposite of the intended result: many Russians have only grown more consolidated around Putin."


  8. Meteorites Peppered With Ancient Supernova Star DustRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2016 | Criminal Report Daily

    An artist's rendering of an exploding star. Billions of years ago, dust from a stellar explosion like this may have made its way to Earth.


  9. Korea fires missile, vows to 'liquidate' South's assetsRead the original story

    Mar 13, 2016 | The Echo

    Travel-Related Zika Virus Confirmed in Forsyth County The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that kind of mosquito is rare above 6,500 feet . Autochthonous Zika virus transmission has been reported in 31 countries and territories of this region.


  10. ExoMars Mission Set To Launch On Monday, ESA ConfirmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2016 | The Echo

    Van Gaal admits United didn't cope with Liverpool's high pressure Moreover, Van Gaal has not lost a game to Liverpool since taking over the job at Manchester United in 2014. I think Fellaini played a good match again.


  11. Proposals would change daylight saving timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2016 | The Echo

    Somali intelligence cooperated with US for al-Shabab hit The White House said the strike was an example of how USA counter-terrorism strategy could work with local forces on the ground. This is the US's strongest attack against al-Shabaab, as it has only targeted its leaders and never its junior fighters before.


  12. Mystery Of Lesin's Death Deepens As Russia Asks US For More InformationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2016 | Weekday Magazine

    The mystery surrounding Mikhail Lesin, the former Russian press minister who died in Washington after suffering blunt force trauma to the head, deepened as news reports said police were investigating whether Lesin had been assaulted outside his hotel. Meanwhile, a Russian business executive who said he was a close friend told the Kommersant newspaper that Lesin had been drinking heavily in the days before his body was found in the Dupont Circle Hotel on the morning of November 5. In Moscow, Russia's prosecutor general said March 11 that a formal request had been made to Washington seeking details on the investigation.


  13. Russian media: Nikolic 'repents' before PutinRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2016 | B92

    The article, ran under the headline, "President's honor," adds that the upcoming visit of Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev to Belgrade "will show how successful in that the Serbian president has been." According to the paper, "Moscow above all expected from Belgrade a clear clarification concerning Serbia's cooperation with NATO, as well as concerning guarantees for the status of Russian associates of the humanitarian center in Nis ."


  14. Dating the moon-forming impact event with meteoritesRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | Science Daily

    Through a combination of data analysis and numerical modeling work, researchers have found a record of the ancient moon-forming giant impact observable in stony meteorites. The research indicates numerous kilometer-sized fragments from the giant impact struck main belt asteroids at much higher velocities than typical main belt collisions, heating the surface and leaving behind a permanent record of the impact event.


  15. Responding to potential asteroid redirect mission targetsRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2014 | Science Daily

    One year ago, on Feb. 15, 2013, the world witnessed the dangers presented by near-Earth Objects when a relatively small asteroid entered Earth's atmosphere, exploding over Chelyabinsk, Russia, and releasing more energy than a large atomic bomb. Tracking near-Earth asteroids has been a significant endeavor for NASA and the broader astronomical community, which has discovered 10,713 known near-Earth objects to date.


  16. Recently discovered asteroid zips past Earth this week a " we thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2016 | The Washington Post

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  17. NASA: Asteroid Will Fly By 3,000,0000 Miles--or 'No Closer Than 15,000 Miles'--From EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2016 | Cybercast News Service

    A 100-foot-wide asteroid named TX68 will safely pass Earth on Tuesday about three million miles away, but it could come as close as 15,000 miles to the planet's surface, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Center for Near Earth Object Studies . "CNEOS' new prediction for 2013 TX68 is that it will fly by roughly 3 million miles from our planet," NASA said in a February 25 update , which also changed the asteroid's projected flyby date from March 5 to March 8. "There is still a chance that it could pass closer, but certainly no closer than 15,000 miles above Earth's surface," according to the space agency.


  18. Russia charges nanny with murder over toddler beheadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | The Peninsula

    Russian investigators on Friday filed murder charges against a nanny after she beheaded a four-year-old handicapped girl in her care and brandished the severed head in a Moscow street. The Investigative Committee said suspect Gyulchekhra Bobokulova, a 38-year-old native of Muslim-majority Uzbekistan, would undergo psychiatric and drug tests to determine "her mental condition."


  19. World's most bizarre strongman event? Incredible bodybuilder...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 |

    Elbrus Nigmatullin looped his arms through two lengths of rope as the two huge animals pulled in the other direction A bodybuilding 'strongman' has become the 'mane' attraction in Russia after an astonishing stunt where he proved to have more pulling power than two horses . Elbrus, 41, looped his arms through two lengths of rope and then took the strain while the horses pulled in opposite directions during the performance in Chelyabinsk in central Russia.


  20. Nanny: I beheaded child because I'm mad about Putin bombing SyriaRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2016 | The Daily Chappaqua

    A nanny accused of decapitating a 4-year old girl and brandishing her head outside a Moscow subway station said during an apparent interrogation captured on video that the killing was an act of revenge against President Vladimir Putin for Russian airstrikes in Syria. Asked about the video, released Thursday, Putin's spokesman said it is difficult to judge the testimony of a woman he called "clearly deranged."