Only days after Prime Minister David Cameron's embarrassing Little Englander strut around the European Parliament attempting to dictate - sorry, "negotiate" - new terms for Britain's membership of the European Union, the EU Parliament has delivered a backhanded, but unmistakable blow to the UK and its partner in crime, Saudi Arabia.
Paul Moreira's documentary "Masks of the Revolution" has galvanized Europe and exposed the true face of Ukraine's Maidan. Yet, many Europeans do not realize that chaos from Ukraine may spread to the EU. Pravda.Ru talked about the decline of Europe with the author of "The Notre Dame de Paris Mosque," Elena Chudinova and writer Alexander Artamonov
Russia's Northern Fleet has deployed two batteries of state-of-the-art K-300P Bastion coastal missile systems with supersonic cruise missiles P-800 Onyx on the Kola Peninsula. These weapons ensure the protection of 1,500 km of the Russian coast from possible landing attacks and creates a 300-kilometer "dead zone" for NATO ships in the Barents Sea
Russia has recently deployed its state-of-the-art Su-35C fighter jet in Syria. The aircraft carries six very powerful air-to-air short and medium range missiles, as well as two new medium-range RVV-SD missiles with active radar homing heads that are capable of striking targets at a distance of up to 130 km
Sevastopol is a city of federal significance, a hero city, the main base of the Black Sea Fleet and a pearl of Russia's Crimea. Pravda.Ru editor-in-chief Inna Novikova sat down with Sevastopol Governor Sergei Menyailo to talk about consequences of the information war against the Crimea and Russia
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic signed an agreement about the diplomatic immunity for NATO representatives and logistical support for the alliance in the country. Is Serbia a step away from becoming a NATO member or will the country preserve its neutrality? In June, a regular summit will consider the issue of Serbia's accession to NATO
Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, fears that actions of Turkey and Russia in Syria may lead to a ''hot war'' between the countries.
Turkish President Erdogan accused Russia of violating Turkish airspace again. According to him, Russia does not refrain from violating Turkish air borders "at times." Erdogan said he did not think of the Russian people as Turkey's enemy. According to Erdogan, he is sorry that "Russia has lost a friend like Turkey because of two pilots."
The transcript of the meeting of Ukraine's National Security Council from 28 February 2014, when the Crimea started talking about separating from Ukraine, has appeared on the Internet. The meeting was held to discuss what to do with the Crimea next. The participants of the meeting were free in their emotions and expressions
The European Court of Human Rights condemned Italy over the 2003 kidnapping by the CIA of an Egyptian preacher who had been granted political asylum by Italian authorities two years before. In 2003, Abu Omar was apprehended by alleged CIA personnel while walking towards the Centro Culturale Islamico (CCI) to attend noon prayer
Scientists say that those people who start working before 10 a.m. torture themselves voluntarily. A workday is supposed to comply with biological rhythms that do not fit into the standard working day from 9:00 to 17:00. Is it true? What is the best time to start working not to cause damage to one's health?