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After nearly 20 years of NATO bombing of former Yugoslavia - then only Serbia and Montenegro - in 1999, the actions of the Western military force spread throughout the world. From Slovenia to Bosnia, the then land of the southern Slavs, home to distinct ethnicities and religions living harmoniously for 40 years, Was quartered and drowned in blood.
Two-thirds of Russian citizens (67 percent) believe that demonstrations and protest actions are ineffective in influencing policies of the authorities. If people do not see rallies as a way to solve their problems, what other leverage can they use? Experts do not see anything strange about the fact that people lose interest in rallies
Russia's Ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin died in New York one day before his 65th anniversary. UN Secretary-General expressed his condolences in connection with the sudden death of Russia's permanent representative in the organization. It was American journalists that could take Churkin to the point when he suffered a heart attack