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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.
Italy mourns Morosini Italy mourns Morosini Piermario Morosini is the latest tragic case in a string of sudden deaths of soccer players on the pitch. He collapsed during the Serie B game between Pescara and Livorno, to whom he was loaned by Udinese. Italy's Série A games were suspended as a result as the country mourns its young athlete, 25. The autopsy was performed on Monday and was inconclusive.
Obama security agents involved in sex scandal Obama security agents involved in sex scandal Eleven members of the elite police that protect the president of the United States were suspended after being accused of misconduct in a sex scandal case in Cartagena, Colombia, where Barack Obama takes part in the Summit of the Americas. The information is from the U.S. Secret Service itself.
Africa to split into two and drift away Africa to split into two and drift away Africa did not exist as a continent 180 million years ago. Africa used to be a part of Gondwana supercontinent together with South America, Australia, the Antarctic, Hindustan, Arabia, Madagascar and New Zealand. In some 30 million years, the supercontinent split and broke into two parts. One of them included Africa and South America
Water supply: How are we doing? Water supply: How are we doing? The 2012 report by UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) spells out an optimistic yet cautious message in the run-up to the 2015 Millennium Development Goals. Lack of information is, for now, a key issue according to the report.
Evil troll Berezovsky says Britain s Prince Harry should rule Russia Evil troll Berezovsky says Britain's Prince Harry should rule Russia Oligarch in disgrace Boris Berezovsky (known for his initials as BAB) announced the principles of the new ideology of Russia. According to him, Russia must have a new leader - Britain's Prince Harry. BAB believes that Prince Harry has "more Russian blood than the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II. Russia should adopt the British legal system
The super weapons that didn t exist The super weapons that didn't exist At all times people tried to make an impression on their sworn enemies. They did it in different ways, for example, spreading rumors of miraculous super-weapons they allegedly intended to produce. Parades, uniforms, photographs of monstrous cannons - it became a powerful weapon to influence the minds of mankind
Migrants to take US to another Civil War Migrants to take US to another Civil War American sociologist and political scientist Samuel Huntington predicted serious internal conflict for the U.S. - up to a Civil War - because of problems with the migrants. Perhaps, it will not come to a war, but the situation is getting worse every year. Soon the white population of the United States will be in the minority
DPR Korea condemned for weather rocket...and Israel? DPR Korea condemned for weather rocket...and Israel? The world community has heaped criticism on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea for testing a weather system, in the same way that it heaps criticism on Iran for pursuing a nuclear energy programme. But what about Israel, which sits on nuclear weapons, has ballistic missiles and has violated countless UNSC Resolutions?
Sarkozy’s bling-bling busted Sarkozy’s bling-bling busted Eleven million French people live in poverty. France is going through its biggest crisis since 1929. At least 13.5 percent of the population in France has to exist with less than 954 Euros per month, 3.3 percent with less than 640 Euros.
Cameron gives Myanmar lessons in democracy Cameron gives Myanmar lessons in democracy So, David Cameron went to Myanmar (formerly Burma) to give lessons of democracy to the President, to speak about freedom and democracy and to insinuate to the world community that he has any right whatsoever to represent any degree of righteousness or to carry any weight in what is decent or correct. How he did not choke on his words is an enigma.
Turkey threatens Syria Turkey threatens Syria Syrian forces have put into effect the agreed upon cease-fire, according to the plan of the Special Envoy of the UN, Kofi Annan. However, Turkey has threatened to use its participation in the NATO alliance to launch a war against Syria.
Return of the Mammoth Return of the Mammoth The best preserved mammoth fossil will be exhibited in Hong Kong from April 12. The baby mammoth has been dead for 42,000 years. A breeder of reindeer found the fossil, which was named Lyuba, preserved in the permafrost of Siberia, in 2007.
Calm before greater storm in Syria Calm before greater storm in Syria So far, Syria and Iran withstood hostile Washington assaults. At issue is what's next? On April 12, Syria was largely calm. Both sides halted hostilities. For how long? Calm and stability defeat Washington's agenda. Advancing it depends on violence blamed on Assad. Expect lull conditions to be temporary
Humans explore space only for profit Humans explore space only for profit As the business on land, water and air becomes denser, business in space becomes all the more attractive. Of course, the entire space is too much for people. Therefore, the right term is the near-Earth space. Of particular interest is business through the prism of the space race project between the U.S., Russia, the EU and China
French carrots and sticks for Nicolas Sarkozy French carrots and sticks for Nicolas Sarkozy The last five years have been characterized by an economic slowdown for the French. The global financial crisis could not but affect the political sphere. In 2010, when the country's budget deficit has exceeded six percent of GDP, the popularity of Sarkozy has dropped significantly. The success of Sarkozy's five-year rule is very doubtful
Syrian forces threaten ceasefire Syrian forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad fought rebels near the border with Turkey on Friday, threatening a ceasefire brokered by United Nations peace envoy Kofi Annan.
George Zimmerman to apologize to Trayvon Martin's family The lawyer for George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain who was charged with second degree murder in the death of unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin, said that the 17-year-old's death "weighs on" Zimmerman and suggested his client might apologize to Martin's family.
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