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North Korean rocket crashes into Yellow Sea soon after launch South Korea's navy has launched a salvage operation to retrieve the debris from North Korea's failed rocket launch, a military spokesman said.
Libya a Year Later:  poverty, division, death Libya a Year Later: poverty, division, death France was the country responsible for launching the first bomb on Libya and paving the way for a military invasion led by the the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) which had the precise goal of overthrowing the government of Muammar Gaddafi.
Homeless Americans on the rise Homeless Americans on the rise Millions of Americans are at risk of losing their homes due to mortgage debt. The finding is by a group of experts from the International Monetary Fund, haning prepared an analytical report on the prospects of the global economy.
The Dementia explosion The Dementia explosion Between 2012 and 2030, the number of people living with dementia is set to rise to 65.7 million, according to figures released by the World Health Organization. Between 20 to 50 per cent of cases are diagnosed in high-income countries. Around seventy per cent of the cases are caused by Alzheimer's Disease.
European Soccer: Hot games in hot leagues European Soccer: Hot games in hot leagues In the Premiership, City won and United lost, prizing open a ray of light for the Blues. In Spain, Barcelona put some early pressure on Real with a 4-0 drubbing of Getafe on Tuesday, bringing Pepe Guardiola's team within a point of Mourinho's Real...a Ronaldo hat-trick reset the four-point gap last night at Atlético's Vicente Calderón stadium.
Jesus of Russian Revolution plays hunger games in Russia s south Jesus of Russian Revolution plays hunger games in Russia's south Oleg Shein, a representative of Just Russia opposition party, and a group of supporters, went on a hunger strike protesting alleged fraud in a mayoral election in the city of Astrakhan, in the south of Russia. Shein lost the election to a rival from a pro-Kremlin party. His supporters refer to their leader as Jesus of the Russian Revolution
Russia to repeat infamous mission of Phobos-Ground probe Russia to repeat infamous mission of Phobos-Ground probe The trip of the Russian interplanetary probe to obtain soil from Mars satellite Phobos will be repeated. However, over the next few years, technology of the flight, landing, and so on will be developed on the satellite of the Earth, that is, on the Moon
Ukraine and Yanukovych no longer together? Ukraine and Yanukovych no longer together? For some non-obvious reason, Viktor Yanukovych since the end of 2004 has been called a pro-Russian politician. Some Western media continue to adhere to the inertia of this stereotype, in spite of its weak compliance with the real situation. A recent poll showed that even in the eastern Ukraine Yanukovych is no longer trusted
Mad gynecologist rams his vehicle into car showroom The man, who arranged a pogrom of the car showroom in Moscow, can be sentenced up to five years in jail
The Destruction of Iraq The Destruction of Iraq America's 2003 assault on Iraq, already devastated by thirteen years of sanctions, destruction of infrastructure consequently unrepaired from the 1991 bombing was, in the ridiculous annals of names the US military gives to their slaughter-fests, entitled: "Shock and Awe"
Canada s seal cub clubbers to butcher 400,000 pups Canada's seal cub clubbers to butcher 400,000 pups The sheer cruelty of hacking a defenceless seal cub to death as it lies floundering helplessly, trying desperately to lollop its way into the sea, away from some psychopath with a hakapik who is going to bludgeon it to death smashing its brains all over the ice defies human logic or any degree of humane thinking. Welcome to Canada.
Another gust of stench from IMF Another gust of stench from IMF It would at first be good to strain our memory to recollect what kind of organization the International Monetary Fund is. The year 1944 - the peak of WWII. The Soviet troops were in fierce battles with Nazi Germany, but the USA called an international conference in Bretton Woods. Why? They did not discuss anything related to the struggle against fascism during that conference
Russia to become one of five world s largest economies - Putin Russia to become one of five world's largest economies - Putin Vladimir Putin believes that the main achievement of the Russian government is stabilization and the growth of the population in the country. "I believe that our main achievement is stabilization and the growth of the population of Russia. It exceeded 143 million people as of 2011," he said. According to him, the crisis became a colossal challenge
Consequentialism: Maximize the good of humanity Consequentialism: Maximize the good of humanity This summer Catholics celebrate the 44th anniversary of Pope Paul VI's encyclical Humanae Vitae that banned artificial contraception. This encyclical caused a rift that led to the development of a school of moral theology in the church known as Consequentialism
New information on Trayvon Martin case to be released The special prosecutor in the Trayvon Martin case says she will release new information soon, an announcement that came the same day George Zimmerman's attorneys made the bombshell statement that they were resigning.
First-ever nuclear submarine disaster took place 49 years ago First-ever nuclear submarine disaster took place 49 years ago This disaster was the first one that occurred to a nuclear submarine. Forty-nine years ago during a test dive to 220 kilometers off the northeastern coast of the United States the American submarine "Thresher" has sunk without trace into the abyss. The remnants of the submarine still rest at a depth of nearly two and a half miles
Spain causes biggest losses of the year to stock market The stock market suffered its worst loss of the year Tuesday because of uncertainty about coming corporate earnings reports and concerns that Spain's borrowing costs are creeping close to a crisis level.
North Korea's Unha-3 rocket ready to blast off Engineers are pumping fuel into a rocket that is set to carry a satellite into space, according to officials at the North Korean space agency's central command centre. Live images of the Sohae site showed most of the Unha-3 rocket covered with a green tarpaulin.
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Business The IMF Just Entered The Cold War – Forgives Ukraine’s Debt To Russia Signs Of Financial Turmoil In Europe, China And The United States 'It's time to hold physical cash,' says one of Britain's most senior fund managers Russia and China Just Put Another Nail in the Coffin of the Bretton Woods Petrodollar System Budget office: U.S. debt picture has 'worsened dramatically'