In the early 20th century, a Scottish farmer was returning home. Walking past a swamp, he suddenly heard a cry for help. The farmer ran to the voice and saw a boy, who was trying to climb out of quagmire. The farmer quickly found a solid branch, cautiously approached the drowning boy and reached the branch out to him
The results of first televised debate of French presidential candidates do not look too comforting. The debate has shown that France is unable to determine its development strategy under new and extremely complicated conditions. The French elite is divided, the society is disoriented - everything indicates a looming acute political crisis
The common criminal who perpetrated the murderous attack in Westminster, London, on March 22 managed to get himself killed after destroying the lives of three families committing three murders and leaving seven people in critical condition in hospital. No faith on Earth embraces such an act as heroism and his soul will rot in Hell for eternity.
Former State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov, who fled to Ukraine, was killed in the center of Kiev today, March 23. The official was killed near Premier Palace Hotel at around noon. Voronenkov and his bodyguard were leaving the hotel when an unidentified individual opened fire at them
The National Interest has published an article written by Doug Bandow, which is dedicated to a blamestorming session of the Senator John McCain. Having a reputation of a foreign-policy maven, he has never been interested in any other fields of human activity, the report says.
And here we are again Ladies and Gentlemen frontstage at the BBC - Theatre of Butchery, Barbarity and Cruelty. Welcome to Norway, the country which claims it is so civilized and high and mighty, and murders whales. Then it complains that the rest of the world takes issue with its sinister idiosyncracy.
On March 22, 1943, members of the Ukrainian OUN-UPA death squad burned alive 149 residents of the village of Khatyn (including 75 children) in Belarus. Many years have passed since the blood-chilling crime, but the main question remains: who gave the order to destroy Khatyn? Who exactly set the barn full of people on fire?
This week the Filipino President has bluntly demanded of the European Parliament to mind its own business, rather than that of his country. Andrey Klimov, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council Committee on International Affairs, who has been to the Philippines recently, has told Pravda.Ru about this offbeat figure
Next year, Russian citizens will be able to take part in the simulation of a flight to Mars as part of a major NASA experiment. The project was developed by the University of Hawaii. The volunteers will have to spend several months living under conditions close to real