03:10 GMT +319 October 2017
Live
    Cartoons

    Cold Facts

    Cartoons
    Get short URL
    162383623

    In March, US Marine Corps took part in Joint Viking exercise near the Norwegian-Russian border to protect the Nordic country from the perceived Russian threat. Later, it turned that it was the biting frost, not aggressive Russians that threatened the wellbeing of the American troops.

    Cold Facts

    The troops repeatedly struggled with inflexible zippers, seams that separated and tore, pack frames that snapped, and boots that pulled loose from ski fastenings over and over. The cold, it seems, took the upper hand.

    Tags:
    cold, Joint Viking, Norway, Russia, United States
    Community standardsDiscussion
    Comment via FacebookComment via Sputnik
    • Сomment

    More cartoons

    • Too Late!
      Last update: 02:14 18.10.2017
      02:14 18.10.2017

      Too Late!

      Although many individuals and organizations are returning Harvey Weinstein’s donations as sexual misconduct allegations against the movie mogul mount, the Clinton Foundation does not plan to follow suit.

      0 798
    • Don't Push the Dragon
      Last update: 21:03 17.10.2017
      21:03 17.10.2017

      Don't Tease the Dragon

      The United States hopes to put an end to the North Korean crisis with China's hands, Vladimir Terekhov, a political analyst specializing in the Asia-Pacific region, told Sputnik Radio as he commented on the US-South Korean naval drills near the peninsula.

      0 245
    • Deal Under Threat
      Last update: 20:57 16.10.2017
      20:57 16.10.2017

      The Problem of Negotiability

      Moscow has criticized Washington's stances on the Iran nuclear deal as well as the North Korean crisis.

      0 928
    • Catch Them All!
      Last update: 18:15 13.10.2017
      18:15 13.10.2017

      Catch Them All!

      Moscow reacted to the recent CNN report accusing Russia of employing the Pokemon Go app to incite racial tensions in the United States.

      12033