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Russia becomes world s third largest defense spender Russia becomes world's third largest defense spender The Russian Federation is ranked third in the world in terms of the spending on the army. The Russian Federation increased the spending on the army by more than nine percent in 2011. Russia's army spending thus totaled $72 billion. The amount put Russia ahead of France ($62.7 billion) and Britain ($62.5 billion)
Russian politician offers to ban and classify bad news Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the leader of the Liberal and Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), set out his claims to Russian media
Orphanage for gifted children to open in Russia's Ivanovo Sixty students of boarding schools from the Ivanovo region of Russia will start attending a special school for talented children during the new school year
Fungal epidemic to destroy mankind very slowly Fungal epidemic to destroy mankind very slowly In the last 20 years the number of fungal diseases of plants and animals (mycoses) in the world has dramatically increased. Annually fungi kill 125 million tons of rice, corn, potatoes and soybeans, causing economic damage totaling nearly $60 billion. This amount of food could feed 8.5 percent of the population of the Earth for a year
China may sink into oblivion trying to outrun America China may sink into oblivion trying to outrun America China strives with all its might to "catch up and outrun America," at least in terms of consumption. In some areas it has already succeeded. Steel and meat consumption is twice higher than in the United States. The consumption of grain and coal is close to these indicators. The Chinese want to live by the American standards, but can you blame them?
Champions League : Is 2-1 enough for Bayern? Champions League : Is 2-1 enough for Bayern? Bayern Munich beat Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final in Germany. Bayern scored in the first half through Ribéry; Ozil equalised for Mourinho's team in the second half and in the closing minutes, Gomez scored Bayern's second. But is one goal enough to take th the cauldron of the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium?
Minimum wage in Venezuela is the largest in Latin America Minimum wage in Venezuela is the largest in Latin America In Venezuela, the high esteem of the people moves at full speed - a fact which in itself contributes to the socio / economic development and clout of the country. Venezuela has much to teach the great countries of Latin America. (Brazil, Mexico and Argentina)
Giants and Pygmies in the Mirror of History Giants and Pygmies in the Mirror of History The leaders of the so-called western Christian world received the piece of news as the present expected for the last 74 years. On Christmas Eve, 1991, Mikhail Gorbachev sadly announced his resignation as president of the Soviet Union and its dissolution.
New partnership between EU and UN Women to enhance gender equality worldwide New partnership between EU and UN Women to enhance gender equality worldwide Gender equality and the empowerment of women is one of the Millennium Development Goals to be reached by the year 2015. The anti-poverty targets set by the international community in 2001 can only be achieved if real progress is made in improving women's rights. This is the only way forward to achieving sustainable development in a number of key areas.
EU and UN Women in partnership EU and UN Women in partnership Gender equality and the empowerment of women is one of the Millennium Development Goals to be reached by the year 2015. The anti-poverty targets set by the international community in 2001 can only be achieved if real progress is made in improving women's rights. This is the only way forward to achieving sustainable development in a number of key areas.
Russian radars go West Russian radars go West News agencies reported that Russia may deploy its Voronezh missile defense radar in Transdniestria. The move may come as a response to the appearance of the missile defense system elements in Europe. In addition, the radar station may counterbalance NATO's bases in Romania. Transdniestria has become an object of Russia's special attention again
Germans still cry for Deutsch Mark, despise euro Germans still cry for Deutsch Mark, despise euro This year, Germany celebrated the tenth anniversary since the time when the country bid farewell to its national currency - the Deutsch Mark (the German Mark). The mark went down in history at the peak of its success. The new currency, the euro, failed to win the hearts of the majority of Germans. The euro's first steps in Germany were weak
Maria Sharapova shows her new hairstyle World-famous Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, who is going to turn 25 on April 19, has cut her long blonde hair
Russian mother allowed to see her son in Norway for $10,000 A court in Norway, which deprived Irina Bergseth of her five-year-old son, has allowed the Russian woman to see her child once a year
Beyond silicon capitalism to the individual as integrated genetic circuit Beyond silicon capitalism to the individual as integrated genetic circuit Communism has not disappeared from history; it has been privatized, creating a community of synchronized emotions. Something happened with progress and its propaganda to make us constantly preoccupied with progress and perpetually occupied by it. We are now in a situation of occupation in both the temporal and martial meanings of the word
USA dreams about Brazil like never before USA dreams about Brazil like never before It is clear that Brazil's economy no longer needs American loans. The U.S. has finally realized that the "hot" southern neighbor with the growing number of the middle class consumes could be used for selling the goods to. The real agenda has been drawn in that direction. The US State Department is not satisfied with the political line of Brazil
Native Americans and US presidents: The mystery lives on Native Americans and US presidents: The mystery lives on This is not the only mysterious connection between Native Americans and American presidents that had many Franco-masons among them. Many mentioned not only the similarity between the Native American and Masonic rituals, but also the presence of Masonic symbolism and Masonic legend in Native American culture
A Tribute to Ahmed Ben Bella A Tribute to Ahmed Ben Bella The first president of independent Algeria, Ahmed Ben Bella, who died Wednesday, April 11th, was buried Friday afternoon at Martyrs Square, El-Alia Cemetery in Algiers, in the presence of President of Algeria, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
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