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  4.6 magnitude earthquake hits eastern
4.6 magnitude earthquake hits eastern UkraineInterfaxUnderground tremors were also reported by users in Donetsk, Maryinka, Volnovakha in Donetsk region; Zaporizhia, Berdiansk and Melitopol in Zaporizhia region; Dnipro, Kryvy Rih and Kropyvnytsky. Similar reports were received from the nearby Russian ...
Posted on 7 August 2016 | 11:25 pm
  Shelling? Rare earthquake shakes E. Ukraine,
RTShelling? Rare earthquake shakes E. Ukraine, felt as far as Russian borderRTThe earthquake was also felt in many cities across eastern Ukraine, including Melitopol, Berdyansk and Donetsk. The tremors also reached the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don, which borders eastern Ukraine. The emergency services in the Russian city ...and more »
Posted on 7 August 2016 | 8:33 am
  Erstmals seit 30 Jahren: Erdbeben in
Sputnik DeutschlandErstmals seit 30 Jahren: Erdbeben in Ost-Ukraine – VIDEOSSputnik DeutschlandEin Erdbeben der Stärke 4,8 auf der Richterskala hat Bewohner der ostukrainischen Städte an Sonntag aufgeschreckt: Laut einigen Medienberichten waren die Menschen vor Angst in die Luftschutzbunker geeilt.
Posted on 7 August 2016 | 7:18 am
  Eurovision 2016 winner reveals how Stalin
Eurovision 2016 winner reveals how Stalin tortured her great-grandmotherDaily Mail'My father, sister and I moved to Melitopol (on the Ukrainian mainland), while mum was renting a room in Malorechenskoye (Crimea) and worked in a music school.' Jamala was just nine mothers old when her father took her to what was then Soviet Ukraine, ...and more »
Posted on 16 May 2016 | 8:24 am
  30 Years After the Chernobyl Disaster, a
Huffington Post30 Years After the Chernobyl Disaster, a Nuclear Menace Still Hides in Plain SightHuffington PostThe Chernobyl tourist tour is like a walk through Ukraine's graveyard of bad memories. It takes history disaster lovers through Zalissya, one of the 186 communities that has been evacuated from the Chernobyl area. Here, alone among abandoned, decayed ...and more »
Posted on 25 April 2016 | 4:48 pm
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  Weyburn man worried about wife in eastern
Every day, Al Brewer calls his new wife Elena in the eastern city of Melitopol Ukraine. He hasn't seen her since March when he returned home to Canada after their wedding in the Ukraine. He thought she would be safe far away from the danger. Unfortunately ...
Posted on 1 May 2014 | 12:32 am
  Chronicles Of Crises In Our Communities
She had come to tell her neighbor that although they were not well acquainted, Henya-Bluma made a very favorable impression on her — and she had a friend whom she knew from way back in Melitopol, Ukraine. Yosef Pearlman was a 34-year old widower whose ...
Posted on 17 September 2013 | 11:44 pm
  Vodka vending machine in city center sold
A vodka vending machine in the town center of Melitopol, Ukraine, and the city's tax inspectors are not amused. Authorities are investigating how a coffee vending machine ended up converted to dispense vodka and fruit juice mixers. The machine accepted ...
Posted on 9 September 2013 | 4:48 pm
  Illegal vodka vending machine seized in
Tax inspectors in the south-eastern city of Melitopol, Ukraine are looking for the owners of a converted coffee machine that dispensed vodka that was installed in the middle of the town centre, according to a report on a local television channel.
Posted on 8 September 2013 | 11:07 pm
  Coffee Machine Becomes Vodka Machine
This was a brilliant move. A spirit-loving resident of Melitopol, Ukraine transformed a coffee vending machine into a vodka dispenser, providing shots for $1. Chasers and mixers were available for an additional fee, and the machine was available 24/7 to ...
Posted on 7 September 2013 | 2:21 am
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Melitopol
  tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows
tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows above Melitopol, a small town in southeastern Ukraine, 07 May 2004.… https://t.co/ek9I2og18o #melitopol
Posted on 27 August 2016 | 3:08 am
  tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows
tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows above Melitopol, a small town in southeastern Ukraine, 07 May 2004.… https://t.co/WDrChoJjIt #melitopol
Posted on 27 August 2016 | 3:08 am
  tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows
tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows above Melitopol, a small town in southeastern Ukraine, 07 May 2004.… https://t.co/mlLuWX00pF #melitopol
Posted on 27 August 2016 | 3:08 am
  tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows
tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows above Melitopol, a small town in southeastern Ukraine, 07 May 2004.… https://t.co/zqzp1oHtHR #melitopol
Posted on 27 August 2016 | 3:08 am
  tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows
tanyaqiin: MELITOPOL, UKRAINE: Smoke billows above Melitopol, a small town in southeastern Ukraine, 07 May 2004.… https://t.co/jME8g2fSRz #melitopol
Posted on 27 August 2016 | 3:08 am
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Melitopol
  Resolved Question: Where is the closest
Would it be the airport in Donetsk?
Posted on 13 August 2012 | 4:16 pm
  Resolved Question: Are there saunas in
Since in Finland in the old days bathing, childbirth and even washing the dead before burial happened in sauna I have no idea how these things happened in countries without saunas. In this case I'm especially interested in Ukrainian bathing customs as in some East European countries there is a some kind of a sauna tradition but I don't know about Ukraine. Let's imagine a farm house in the Ukrainian countryside say from 1800s to the present day - where and how did/do the people wash? In some period dramas I've seen American settlers put a big tub of water on the kitchen floor and bathe in it. Was it really done that way and are there other ways in other parts of the world?
Posted on 2 July 2011 | 7:29 am
  Resolved Question: Could any native English
Interculture Melitopol For about a year Melitopol has been taking part in the international program organized by the Council of Europe and the society "Democracy through culture". The goal of the project "Interculture Cities" is cooperation and experience trading among the cities and the world countries in order to _decide_ _(resolve?)_ various national problems. _To say_ _(Saying?)_, that Melitopol _has been_ _(was?)_ chosen from _(among?)_ all of the cities of Ukraine as the most worthy _one_ _(?)_, is no more than illusion. Definitely not all of the cities _gave_ _(submitted?)_ application forms to participate _in_ _(?)_ the program "Interculture cities". And, naturally, Kiev has way more nationalities than we do. But nevertheless… Representatives of 100 various nationalities and 21 cultural national societies live in our city…Melitopol can be really proud of this _(that?)_. Within the framework of the project, Melitopol _has been_ _(was?)_ visited by the European delegations already two times. Representatives of the center of development "Democracy through culture" have listened to the ethnic-oriented projects by Melitopolians _(inhabitants of Melitopol?)_. Some of them will be realized in the near future. For example, the trilingual site, international booklets and calendars. Others still remain dreams. Namely: creation of unique interculture parks, business centre, transportation. Europeans _have been_ _(was?)_ surprised by the fact that national problems virtually do not exist in Melitopol. All societies live in the world and friendship, despite of their _amount_ _(quantity?)_ and variety. _Apart from_ _(Besides?)_ Ukraine; Serbia, Poland, Egypt, Canada, the Great Britain, France and other countries participate _in_ _(?)_ the international program too. Please, explain usages of words _like these_ whether they are wrong or not. Geoff the skier, "to say that melitopol _has been_ *was*" Which one? ;) Well, I can see now I have made a mistake ("in the world" instead of "in _the_ _(?)_ peace") I think it's "in peace". Am I right? Anyway, a lot of mistakes are corrected, and I'd like to know WHY those words were wrong. "has way more nationalities" Is it too informal, or really wrong? You see, the Russian phrase was very informal, so I wanted to pick up an English equivalent.
Posted on 31 August 2008 | 4:39 am
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