Richest Woman in Russia Seeks State's Help
[12 Mar, 2009] comments (3)
Yelena Baturina is the richest woman in Russia. She is a billionaire who managed to make her fortune out of different construction projects in Russia's capital, Moscow, where her husband works as the mayor. ...
North Korean Authorities Kill Babies Born in Prisons
[26 Feb, 2009] comments (5)
US State Department's new report on human rights in North Korea showed that the situation in the country is terrible with babies being killed in a number of network prisons shortly after their birth. ...
Czech Art Prank Spurs Controversy in EU
[14 Jan, 2009] comments (0)
In order to celebrate this year's presidency of Czech Republic in the European Union, the country's officials decided to present a giant installation with members of the EU. However, the project spurred controversy as it was somewhat unusual. ...
Barack Obama Meets Ex-presidents of the United States
[08 Jan, 2009] comments (0)
Barrack Obama met four former presidents of the United States at a historic lunch at the White House. ...
USD340 Billion to Help Russia Deal With Global Economic Crisis
[30 Dec, 2008] comments (0)
Russian government decided to allocate 10 trillion rubles (USD340 billion) to deal with the consequences of the global economic crisis. ...
Russia and Brazil to Reach $10Bln Trade
[27 Nov, 2008] comments (0)
Yesterday the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev mentioned that the trade between Russian Federation and Brazil is going to reach the annual value of 10 billion dollars. ...
Myanmar Court Sentenced Pro-Democracy Activists to 45 and 68 Years in Prison
[21 Nov, 2008] comments (0)
The court of Myanmar, a military-ruled country, sent a prominent monk and the country's famous comedian to prison. Both were members of pro-democracy movement in Myanmar. ...
North Korea Holds Annual Massive Executions in Prisoner Camps
[18 Nov, 2008] comments (0)
According to a group of defectors, prison camps in North Korea include 300,000 people and each year authorities perform mass executions of disobedient prisoners. ...
Democrats Celebrated the Victory of Barack Obama in an Intimate Way
[07 Nov, 2008] comments (0)
After Barack Obama was elected the next president of the United States, the event brought about something more than a political movement. While some of Obama's supporters celebrated his victory on the streets, others decide to get more intimate and start a new generation, which will be called Obama Babies. ...
Barack Obama is the 44th American President and 1st African-American President
[05 Nov, 2008] comments (4)
Today the United States of America celebrates not only the election of the new president. ...
Fidel Castro Said It's a Pure Mirracle Obama is Still Alive
[13 Oct, 2008] comments (6)
Former Cuban president, Fidel Castro stated that it's a pure miracle that Barack Obama is still alive. ...
Georgia's NATO Membership is in Doubt
[20 Aug, 2008] comments (1)
Karel De Kucht: Georgia's NATO Membership is in DoubtAfter the conflict in South Ossetia, Belgium's Foreign Minister Karel De Gucht expressed his doubts regarding the possibility of Georgia to become a member of NATO. ...
Russian President Orders Cease Fire in Georgia
[12 Aug, 2008] comments (1)
According to Interfax, Russian news agency, the president of Russia Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, has ordered a cease fire and end of the military operations in Georgia. ...
Georgia Crisis: Genocide or War for Integrity?
[11 Aug, 2008] comments (11)
Russia still faces strong pressure from the United States and EU for entering into the Georgia-South Ossetia conflict. US vice-president Dick Cheney told Mikheil Saakashvili that Russia's aggression must not go unanswered. Though Georgia announced cease fire in South Ossetia, Russian peacekeepers in the region stated that the promise was not kept. ...
Biodefense Researcher Commits Suicide Before Being Charged of U.S. Anthrax Attacks
[01 Aug, 2008] comments (2)
One of the leading researchers in the United States has committed suicide after finding out that criminal charges were almost filed against him over the anthrax assaults that caused traumas to Americans after September 11 tragedy. ...

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