Poland is restless and itching. Striving to revive the great Rzeczpospolita, the country creates an intricate tangle while trying, with eagerness, to prove its devotion to Western masters. This comes into contrast with realities and opportunities, but the insatiable desire to show its importance seems to be uncontrollable
One year since the historic gathering of over 70 world leaders at the United Nations committed to putting gender equality at the top of their agenda, momentum continues to rise as early results come in. Countries across the world are galvanizing their efforts to address gender equality gaps by adopting concrete and robust actions
US State Department spokesman John Kirby spoke about a possibility of terrorist attacks in Russian cities and losses for the Russian Air Force in Syria. "Don't you think that such ventriloquism about "body bags," "terrorist acts in Russian cities" sound like the "attack!" command, rather than diplomatic comments?" Russian FM representative said
The Kremlin commented on the report from the international investigative group about the crash of the Malaysian Boeing in the Donbas. According to official spokesman to Russian President Putin, the conclusions that the investigators made in the most recent report were not final and shall not be considered as the final truth about the tragedy
Tattoos used to be popular among sailors, criminals and bohemian public. Now nearly every young person has one. Meanwhile, foreign medical professionals believe that tattooing may have very serious consequences. There are some cases when clients were infected with tetanus, tuberculosis, and even HIV
Even if life on this planet does not cease as a result of a global climate disaster, a nuclear war or a collision with an asteroid, sooner or later the world must end. In 1.75 billion years, the Earth could become uninhabitable under the influence of cosmic processes, experts believe.
Samantha Power's tantrum at the meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation in Aleppo showed that the Americans were put on their heels in Syria. One needs to calm down. The US modus vivendi should constantly provoke and blame the enemy, until its self-protection instinct works. Afterwards, the US simply accuses the enemy of aggression
Yesterday I watched Ms. Clinton on television screen, stumbling towards her van, after attending a ceremony at the WTC in New York City. She had to be grabbed by both arms by her aids, and then literally pulled into the vehicle. Recovery is always slow, and never complete, unless one gets self-centered and sends the rest of the world to hell.
In the Netherlands, the joint investigation team has provided a report on the preliminary results of the investigation into the crash of the Malaysian Boeing near Donetsk. Putin's official spokesman said Wednesday that the investigation into the crash of the Malaysian Boeing near Donetsk was shrouded in speculations