Tuesday, January 22, 2008

And the stock market is going to recover?

Russia bombers to test-fire missiles in Atlantic

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Tuesday sent two long-range bombers to the Bay of Biscay, off the French and Spanish Atlantic coasts, to test-fire missiles in what it billed as its biggest navy exercise in the area since Soviet times. British and Norwegian Tornado and F-16 jets were escorting the Russian 'Blackjack' bombers, Interfax reported, quoting the Russian Air Force. However, the French Defence Ministry spokesman said his country had been informed about the Russian exercises. Firing missiles off the coastline of two members of the NATO military alliance is the latest in a series of Kremlin moves flexing Moscow's military muscle on the world stage.

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  • @lvmreader,

    Perhaps you could collate your more off-beat posts and post them as a comment under one thread, rather than filling up the main blog with several articles that are perhaps a little less directly related to housing? Just a thought.

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  • The Russians are to be heartily congratulated on their recent flexing on this and other matters.

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  • Remember the good ol’ 1980s

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