- Video. Rare glimpse of lynx and wolves in Romanian Carpathians forest
- A pack of wolves and three lynx were caught on camera in Romanian forests that are included in an EU-backed conservation program in the Carpathian Mountains. For instance, a lynx was recorded eating its prey, a female red deer, according to a video ...
- The Hutsuls: Ukraine's native tribe keeping traditions alive in Carpathians
- Ukrainians who live life on the wild side - that's how some call ethnic Hutsuls in the Carpathian Mountains. Their crafts, music, religious rituals and work in the highlands have endured oppressive regimes for hundreds of years.
- Kyiv residents support Nadiya Savchenko with musical flash mob
- The musical flash mob was organized at the entrance to the capital city administration. Everyone willing to sing could join in. Read also Ukrainian protesters demand the release of Savchenko.
- Ukrainian protesters demand the release of Savchenko
- Dozens demanded the release of Ukrainian fighter pilot Nadiya Savchenko who is being held in a Russian jail. The protests follow a range of rallies and initiatives in support of Savchenko in recent days. EU officials have expressed concern about her ...
- The First Squeeze-Bore
- Early on, the Germans handed the Imperial Russian Army a severe defeat at the battle of Tannenberg, while fighting continued to rage with the Austro-Hungarian Army for control of the Carpathians to the south.
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