Thursday Jul 17
Erie Times News
Glance: Airliners that have been shot down
As unthinkable as shooting down an airliner is, it has happened before. Among notable cases were an Iranian plane shot down by the U.S. Navy and a South Korean airliner destroyed by a Russian fighter jet.
Decisive victory: UK navy WWII vets finally receive Russian bravery medals
Twenty-eight UK veterans of Arctic convoys supplying the Eastern Front during WWII have finally been awarded Russian Ushakov medals for their courage.
Jimmy Carter comes to Russia to catch salmon
Former, 39th U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrived in Russia again for fishing. This time, 89-year-old Carter arrived in the Murmansk region in the north of Russia to catch salmon on the Kola Peninsula, on a tributary of the Ponoy - the Ryaboga River, local portal Bloger51 reports.
Jimmy Carter in Russia
You'll have a hard time finding any mention of it in the left-wing mainstream media, but last Saturday former U.S. President James Earl Carter flew into the northern Russian city of Murmansk on a Gulfstream private jet for a little luxury fishing expedition .
More Reporters Die in Eastern Ukraine
Last week, another journalist was killed on the job in eastern Ukraine -- this time a correspondent working for one of Russia's state TV channels.