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for a combination resort recreational facility and a medical facility to provide short-term complex rest and medical services. It is similar to spa resorts (Destination spa) with medical services. The options are either reserve officer training for two years (offered in universities as a part of a program which means not having to join the army), or one year regular service. In Ukraine, a person could not be conscripted after he turned twenty-five. The Ukrainian army (Military of Ukraine) had similar problems with dedovshchina as the Russian army (Russian Ground Forces) did until very recently, but in Ukraine the problem is getting less severe compared to Russia, due to cuts in the conscript terms (from 24 months to 18 months in the early 2000s and then to 12 months in 2004) and cuts in total conscription numbers (due to the switching of the army into a full-time professional army) since the last conscripts may be drafted until the end of 2015. Delayed end of conscription The options are either reserve officer training for two years (offered in universities as a part of a program which means not having to join the army), or one year regular service. In Ukraine, a person could not be conscripted after he turned twenty-five. The Ukrainian army (Military of Ukraine) had similar problems with dedovshchina as the Russian army (Russian Ground Forces) did until very recently, but in Ukraine the problem is getting less severe compared to Russia, due to cuts in the conscript terms (from 24 months to 18 months in the early 2000s and then to 12 months in 2004) and cuts in total conscription numbers (due to the switching of the army into a full-time professional army) since the last conscripts may be drafted until the end of 2015. Delayed end of conscription The largest and most populous Russophone country is Russia, from which the language originates. There are sizable Russophone communities in many neighbouring countries that were parts of the former Soviet Union, including Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Estonia and Latvia. Additionally, there are large Russophone immigrant communities in Israel and various parts of the United States, Canada and Australia. Irina Viner, the Russian head coach, who also served as the Vice President of the FIG (Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique) Rhythmic Gymnastics Technical Committee at the time, said her gymnasts had been taking a food supplement called "Hyper" which contained mild diuretics, which, according to Viner, the gymnasts were taking for pre-menstrual syndrome. When the supply ran out shortly before the Goodwill Games, the team physiotherapist restocked at a local pharmacy. According to Viner, the supplement sold there was fake and contained furosemide. The commission requested the Goodwill Games organizing committee to nullify Kabaeva and Tchachina's results. The FIG also nullified their results from the World Championships in Madrid, causing Ukraine's (Ukraine) Tamara Yerofeeva to be declared the 2001 World Champion. World participation The countries with the leading wrestlers in the Olympic Games and World Championships are Iran, the United States, Russia (and some of the former Soviet Union republics, especially Armenia, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan), Bulgaria, Turkey, Hungary, Cuba, Japan, South (South Korea) and North Korea, Germany, and historically Sweden and Finland. Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine


Russia

;sanatorium" is generally used for a combination resort recreational facility and a medical facility to provide short-term complex rest and medical services. It is similar to spa resorts (Destination spa) with medical services. The '''Russian aircraft bombings of August 2004''' were terrorist (terrorism) attacks on two domestic Russian passenger aircraft at around 23:00 on August 24, 2004. Both planes had flown out of Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow. Early life and career '''Eve Arnold''' was born '''Eve Cohen''' in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the middle of nine children born to immigrant Russian-Jewish parents, William Cohen (born Velvel Sklarski), a rabbi, and his wife, Bessie (Bosya Laschiner). Her interest in photography began in 1946 while working in a New York City photo-finishing plant. Over six weeks in 1948, she learned photographic skills from ''Harper's Bazaar'' art director Alexey Brodovitch at the New School for Social Research Tim Troy "Arnold, Eve" in Robin Lenman (ed.) ''The Oxford Companion to the Photograph'', Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005, p.47 in Manhattan. Arnold's images of Marilyn Monroe on the set of ''The Misfits (The Misfits (film))'' (1961) were perhaps her most memorable, but she had taken many photos of Monroe from 1951 onwards. Her previously unseen photos of Monroe were shown at an Halcyon Gallery exhibition in London during May 2005. She also photographed Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom), Malcolm X, and Joan Crawford, and traveled around the world, photographing in China, Russia, South Africa and Afghanistan. Liz Jobey, "What Eve Arnold saw", ''FT Magazine'', 4 March 2012. Retrieved 4 March 2012 Arnold left the United States and moved permanently to England in the early 1960s with her son, Frank Arnold. While working for the London ''Sunday Times (The Sunday Times)'', she began to make serious use of colour photography. Course record for men was set by Moges Taye of Ethiopia in 2 hours 13 minutes and 37seconds (1997), and for women by Madina Biktagirova of Russia in 2:34:25 (2005). In 2006, course record for men was broken by the Lithuanian athlete Mindaugas Pukstas in 2:12:52, and Madina Biktagirova of Russia renewed her own course record for women from the previous year with 2:28:21. Production The season premiere, "Little Green Men (Little Green Men (The X-Files))" was re-written for David Duchovny—his version of "Beyond the Sea (Beyond the Sea (The X-Files))"—that would make Mulder question himself and his beliefs. Edwards, pp. 90–92 Instead of Puerto Rico, the original location was supposed to be Moscow, Russia. Series creator Chris Carter (Chris Carter (screenwriter)) wanted to film the episode there, but was not able to secure arrangements. Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


Soviet Union

, in Crimea (:en:Crimea), Ukraine (:en:Ukraine). In Russia, Ukraine, and other former Soviet Union republics, the term "sanatorium" is generally used for a combination resort recreational facility and a medical facility to provide short-term complex rest and medical services. It is similar to spa resorts (Destination spa) with medical services. In February 1945, several months after the King Michael Coup which toppled Antonescu, and following the start of Soviet occupation (Soviet occupation of Romania), his Bucharest factories were at the center of mysterious and violent events. R. J. Crampton, ''Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century'', Routledge, London, 1994, p. 229, ISBN 0415053463. At the time, independent Premier (Prime Minister of Romania) Nicolae Rădescu had come into conflict with the rising Romanian Communist Party, and his frequent speeches to his supporters were disrupted by organized workers. This occurred in Malaxa's plant, and the incident ended with shots being fired and several people killed. The Communist Party claimed that they had been targeted by the Army, acting on orders from Rădescu, despite the fact that bullets recovered from the bodies were not of the kind used by the military. Aggravated by another of Rădescu's addresses, in which he deemed Communists "foreigners without God or a nation", the crisis ended with the appointment of a new cabinet endorsed by the Communist Party and the Soviet Union and presided by Ploughmen's Front leader Petru Groza. The concept was also employed by the other big tank-producing nation of the 1930s: the Soviet Union, as exemplified by the T-26 tank. The T-26 was a light tank assigned to Infantry units and thus fulfilled the infantry tank role, but in it had the relatively thin armour of light tank, but with a potent 45 mm gun. Their BT tanks were the fast cruiser types. state collapsed title Soviet (Soviet Union) armoured fighting vehicles (Armoured fighting vehicle) of World War II titlestyle Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


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