russia has the largest stockpile of nuclear weapons in the world, the second largest fleet of ballistic missile submarines, and the only modern strategic bomber force outside the united states. more than 90% of world's 14,000 nuclear weapons are owned by russia and the united states.
the fuel was spread over a wide area and some radioactive pieces were recovered. the soviet union eventually paid the canadian government $3 million cad $11 million today for expenses relating to the crash. may 22, 1978 – near puget sound, washington, united states – spill of irradiated water
automotive production is a significant industry in russia, directly employing around 600,000 people or 1% of the country's total workforce.russia produced 1,767,674 vehicles in 2018, ranking 13th among car-producing nations in 2018, and accounting for 1.8% of the worldwide production. the main local brands are light vehicle producers avtovaz and gaz, while kamaz is the leading heavy vehicle .
russia is a country that stretches over a vast expanse of eastern europe and northern asia.comprising much of northern eurasia, it is the world's largest country in total area. due to its size, russia displays both monotony and diversity. as with its topography, its climates, vegetation, and soils span vast distances. from north to south the east european plain is clad sequentially in tundra .
may 2019 was the fifth month of that common year. the month, which began on a wednesday, ended on a friday after 31 days.. portal:current events. this is an archived version of wikipedia's current events portal from may 2019.
ukrainian crisis: what's the effect on corn and wheat? share . louie grint, the motley fool, aol.com. mar 11th 2014 6:16pm. as you're almost certainly aware, the political conflict in ukraine and .
a typhoon-class submarine can stay submerged for 120 days in normal conditions, and potentially more if deemed necessary e.g., in the case of a nuclear war . their primary weapons system is composed of 20 r-39 nato: ss-n-20 ballistic missiles with a maximum of 10 mirv nuclear warheads each.
the bering strait russian: берингов пролив is a strait of the pacific, which separates russia and the united states slightly south of the arctic circle at about 65 40' n latitude. the present russia-us east-west boundary is at 168 58' 37' w. the strait is named after vitus bering, an explorer in the service of the russian .
sweden's largest threat at this time, russia, had a larger army but was far behind in both equipment and training. after the battle of narva in 1700, one of the first battles of the great northern war, the russian army was so severely devastated that sweden had an open chance to invade russia.
talk:cities and towns during the syrian civil war/archive 53 jump to navigation jump to search. this . russia today is founded and run by russians and some russian government people, generally supports the russian government and its allies, and therefore is pro-government. al-jazeera and al-arabiya come from mostly sunni gulf states/allies and generally support sunnis and tend to be .
russia's vast geography is an important determinant of its economic activity, with some sources estimating that russia contains over 30 percent of the world's natural resources. the world bank estimates the total value of russia's natural resources at $75 trillion us dollars. russia relies on energy revenues to drive most of its growth.
carboniferous amphibians were diverse and common by the middle of the period, more so than they are today; some were as long as 6 meters, and those fully terrestrial as adults had scaly skin. they included a number of basal tetrapod groups classified in early books under the labyrinthodontia .
the deputy foreign minister of russia, mikhail bogdanov, has stated that russia will supply the government of libya with weapons if un sanctions against libya are lifted. in april 2015, prime minister abdullah al-thani visited moscow and announced that russia and libya will strengthen their relations, especially economic relations.
in mid-march 2020, the federal emergency management agency fema told the united states army corps of engineers usace to plan to construct new facilities, including leased hotels and other buildings, and to convert them for use as hospitals and intensive care units.
agricultural anaerobic digestion for energy production has become most popular in germany, where there were 8,625 digesters in 2014. in the united kingdom, there were 259 facilities by 2014, and 500 projects planned to become operational by 2019. in the united states, there were 191 operational plants across 34 states in 2012.
the wide variety of plant forms spread throughout the peninsula promotes a similar diversity in animal species that feed off the flora. although kamchatka is mostly tundra, deciduous and coniferous trees are abundant, and forests can be found throughout the peninsula. kamchatka boasts diverse and abundant wildlife.
according to a russian military doctrine stated in 2010, nuclear weapons could be used by russia 'in response to the use of nuclear and other types of weapons of mass destruction against it or its allies, and also in case of aggression against russia with the use of conventional weapons when the very existence of the state is threatened'.
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the fbi and several united states congressional committees have been investigating links between russian government officials or their affiliates and individuals associated with donald trump, the current president of the united states, since he was a candidate for the office as part of their investigations of russian interference in the 2016 united states elections.
the russo-georgian war was a war between georgia, russia and the russian-backed self-proclaimed republics of south ossetia and abkhazia. the war took place in august 2008 following a period of worsening relations between russia and georgia, both formerly constituent republics of the soviet union.the fighting took place in the strategically important transcaucasia region.
throughout the district, smaller plants, each with filtration capacities of 10,000 gallons per day were installed at cost of around usd 24,900 each. these plants were the result of cooperation between the sindh provincial government and pak oasis, a water treatment company. despite such initiatives, much of the arid region continues to suffer .