Tensions between Russia and the West are at an all-time high following the upcoming military war-games expected to take part in Belarus. The practice dates back to the 80s with the last being held in 2013. Dubbed The Zapad 2017, they will reportedly involve a maximum of 13,000 Russian soldiers, with 4,162 railway cars already acquired to transport military vehicles to Minsk. This is as reported by the New York Times. The sheer number of military... (Date:08/13/2017 22:05) Read full article >>

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