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Russian Navy Ship Named After Famous Writer Stubbornly Refuses Trip to Syria

June 19
00:00 2012
DEAR DIRTY NEWSWIRE



The Russians are becoming more involved in Syria as Bashar Assad’s future becomes more questionable. From a trusted news source:

Two Russian navy ships are completing preparations to sail to Syria with a unit of marines on a mission to protect Russian citizens and the nation’s base there, a news report said Monday. The deployment appears to reflect Moscow’s growing concern about Syrian President Bashar Assad’s future.
The Interfax news agency quoted an unidentified Russian navy official as saying that the two amphibious landing vessels, Nikolai Filchenkov and Caesar Kunikov, will be heading shortly to the Syrian port of Tartus, but didn’t give a precise date.

What the trusted news sources do not tell you is that a third amphibious landing vessel was sent with the Filchenkov and Kunikov. Its namesake comes from one of Russia’s greatest writers, Fyodor Dostoevsky. The ship, newly made for the Syrian mission, reportedly often overheats, and goes haywire anytime it is given orders.

Russian officials deemed it too stubborn to make the trip.

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