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    US needs to quit footing the bill for these clowns in Europe. Charity starts at home!

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    You assumed I supported the Iraq War.
    Was a fair bet. It's not like you have a consistent set of beliefs.

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    Russia limits women’s access to abortion, citing demographic changes

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    Terminating a pregnancy is a legal and widely available procedure in Russia, but in recent weeks and months, a flurry of new laws appear to limit abortion access amid fears of further population declines and a push towards conservatism.

    In August and November, two Russian regions – Mordovia and Tver – passed laws punishing anyone found to “coerce” women into abortions.

    In October, lawmakers approved legislation restricting access to abortion drugs, measures that could also affect the sale of some contraceptives.

    Meanwhile, all private health clinics in Russian-occupied Crimea announced that they will stop providing abortions altogether, according to the independent news outlet Meduza.

    Konstantin Skorupsky, head of the Crimean Ministry of Health, was cited by Meduza as saying the heads of commercial clinics were urged to stop providing abortion services as a way of “doing their part to improve the demographic situation” on the occupied peninsula.

    Other private clinics in Russia have limited the provision of abortions too. Women are pushed instead to go to government clinics, where wait times are long. At these clinics, reports suggest that staff pressure patients to continue their pregnancies.

    In some regions, government clinics hold anti-abortion “days of silence”, when the procedure is not performed.
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    Seems to me that the cost “winning” in Ukraine is extravagant if we go by Ukraine’s definition of winning which requires a huge step up in aid.

    Orders for military stuff are coming our way but this isn’t going to offset the costs especially as our capacity to fill them shrinks and we spend more.

    If we’re talking about the F-35, I think nearly all orders would have been made without the full scale war. In fact the evaluation process typically begins well before the order. Finland’s purchase actually came before the full scale war.
    EU GDP is 6% less than US yet they give over 20% more aid. Extravagant is a relative word and you are comparing our spending to your imagination.

    As for the F-35. Countries have been putting in orders for F-35s since 2010. You are missing the point as usual.

    Other than your handwringing what economic harms will this spending have?

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    On par with US and China


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    "No, it’s the filters in the engines’ intakes. The filters keep dirt and debris from fouling and wrecking an M-1’s delicate—but powerful—engine. They require constant cleaning."

    "If an Abrams’ four-person crew neglects to clean its tank’s filters every 12 hours or so, it might so badly damage the engine that the battalion has no choice but to remove the engine, and potentially the transmission, and ship it away for a lengthy overhaul."


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    Ukraine’s SBU Blows Up Freight Train in Rail Tunnel Deep Inside Russia

    The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) blew up a freight train in a tunnel on a vital rail link between Russia and China, sources have told Kyiv Post.

    The operation, conducted overnight, struck in the Severomuysky Tunnel on the Baikal Amur Mainline deep inside Russia, north of Mongolia.

    A source in Ukraine’s military leadership told Kyiv Post four explosions targeted the train as it passed through the tunnel.

    They added: “Currently, the Russians use this route, including for military supplies. After the explosion, it was paralyzed.”

    The source said Russian security services were investigating at the scene and workers were trying to make the tunnel operational again.

    There is currently no information on the extent of the damage to the tunnel itself.

    Kyiv Post contacted the SBU for a comment but did not receive a response.

    Russian media also reported on this incident. According to their information, on Nov. 29 at 10:18 p.m., a freight train caught fire in the Severomuysky Tunnel.

    The East Siberian Transport Prosecutor's Office reported that recovery and fire trains were in operation and there are no casualties.

    The Russian Telegram channel Baza reported that fuel tank on the train caught but did not say what caused it.

    “What caused the fire is still unknown. Police and FSB officers are working on the spot. Also, police officers and employees of the special services work out the places of train parking," Baza reports.
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