Turkish authorities ask Russia to lift all restrictions on supplies of Turkish food products. In particular, it goes about the supplies of Turkish tomatoes to Russia. On March 9, Russia lifted restrictions for imports of Turkish carnations, onions, shallots, cauliflower, broccoli and salt
On December 25, 1979, at 3:00 p.m., Soviet troops crossed the border of Afghanistan. As many as 500,000 Soviet soldiers took part in the war in Afghanistan. During the 1990s, there was a trend in the Russian society to criticize the war. However, the people used to criticize everything that was related to the Soviet Union
So what about Truth which happens to be the namesake of this online news site. Getting to the truth may be a goal of Pravda and more honorable men and women in the world, but it has become irrelevant, immaterial and incompetent in American jurisprudence. "They strain at gnats and swallow the camel whole." Now that's a legal reality check...
Ukrainian politicians and economists say that because of the so-called "European integration" and the blockade of the Donbass, the barely alive Ukrainian economy will collapse in the coming months. Consequences of the collapse of the Ukrainian economy will affect every single Ukrainian national
In China, a rapist is sentenced to death penalty or castration. In Afghanistan, a victim can also become an executioner for the rapist. According to the law, if a woman is raped, she has to marry the man who raped her in order to keep her honour. More than 15% of executions in Iran are actually rape cases
Russia signed the agreement to sell Alaska and the Aleutian Islands to the USA on March 30, 1867. There are many myths associated with the sale of Alaska. Many believe that the territory was sold by Catherine II; some others believe that it was not sold, but rented for 99 years, but Brezhnev allegedly refused to take Alaska back
How can Japan combine complete rejection of the right of the nation to wage war and the intention to attack someone else's territory? In order to be able to conduct such attacks, Japan must first erase Chapter 2 of its fundamental law. Tokyo has long been running a peculiar policy to "circumvent" constitutional restrictions on military activities
Russia's Caliber missiles will be installed on 949A Antey submarine cruisers. Antey submarines are designed for the destruction of enemy aircraft carriers. The underwater cruisers are armed with Granit missiles. They are too big, more vulnerable and inferior to the performance of new Caliber missiles