2008 Georgian Attack on S Ossetia a Dry Run for Ukraine War – Journalist Europe Get short URL On August 8, 2008, the Georgian military launched a full-scale offensive against South Ossetia, killing many civilians and Russian peacekeepers, while triggering a 5-day conflict. Yet Russia was condemned in the Western media for starting the hostilities. “The whole thing was premeditated by the Georgians in collaboration with Western intelligence agencies… I think the Russian intelligence knew that something was afoot and they were prepared so that when Saakashvili began the aggression it was dealt with firmly and quickly and the war was over fairly quickly,” Martin Summers said.
People Maria Miller is still an MP and the poor people of Basingstoke are lumbered with her Selfies Like most people, Sunday People columnist Carol McGiffin had not forgotten the expenses scandals, but had kind of moved on - now it has all come flooding back $20 Gift Card Giveaway! (Dec. 8 2010-Jan. 8 2011) Looking for a free latte? How about five? Just copy and paste this Facebook status onto your own page: Johnson's Russia List Government, Politics, Elections, Protests - archive :: Putin Urges Duma Dominance as Medvedev Promotes New Parties Opposition leaders who organized protests that erupted after alleged Duma election fraud in December say that a new law proposed by lame duck president Medvedev will not prevent authorities from blocking the formation of parties wishing to compete in elections ...
Lavrov Urges to Refrain From Groundless Claims of Syrian Chemical Weapons Politics Get short URL MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Moscow calls for avoiding allegations regarding chemical weapons remaining in Syria, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Sunday. "Sometimes there are publications that something undeclared [chemical weapon] could remain in Syria. They are all being checked. In regard to this matter, it is necessary to avoid any unfounded accusations, and to present only the facts that confirm these fears," Lavrov told Rossiya-1 television.
Mail Online Anthony Owen, 68, was found unconscious 20 yards from his home, next to his white Honda civic, which was still running Witnesses reported seeing three youths on BMX bikes cycling away from Mr Owen's home on millionaires' row in Hale Village, near Liverpool By James Tozer Published: 19:45 GMT, 20 March 2012 | Updated: 18:02 GMT, 21 March 2012 Head injuries: Anthony Owen died a week after being found unconscious just 20 yards from his home Police are continuing to question three teenagers today over the murder of a surgeon outside his millionaires' row home. Russia Press Review Domenico Dispenza, president of the International Group of LNG Importers and former chief operating officer of Eni‘s gas and power division, speaks to Interfax about the group‘s new report on global LNG imports for 2013. more Interfax spoke to Dr. Leonhard Birnbaum, member of the board of management for markets and services at E.On, about the energy balance in Europe and gas’s place in it. more
Student-Tripping Texas Cop Suspended Indefinitely (VIDEO) Get short URL Officer George Bermudez of the Georgetown Police Department was caught tripping a male student, attempting to trip a female student and pushing two other female students as they rushed onto the field following their win. The officer was suspended without pay for 40 days in June, but was on paid suspension from April 22 until early June when his punishment was decided. “There is no doubt in my mind that your actions were excessive, unwarranted and executed with extremely poor judgment given the circumstances,” Georgetown Police Chief Wayne Nero stated in his report prior to Bermudez’ initial suspension. “There was no riot.
Svetlana KAPANINA – Queen of the skies The Russian pilot Svetlana KAPANINA, has won up to 39 gold medals, two World Air Games, and seven World Championship titles – a record in women category. Among her feats, she is used to challenging the best male pilots in the world as she has reached the top 4 – and even top 2 – several times in overall competition. Finally, she has been awarded a prestigious medal for being the best pilot of the century.
Germany Shows Dominance in Europe During Greek Crisis – Official Politics Get short URL MOSCOW (Sputnik) — During the ongoing Greek economic crisis, Germany has displayed its dominant position within the European Union, Spanish member of the Audit Committee of Greek debt Sergi Cutillas told Sputnik Wednesday. Germany “has made it clear that democracy does not matter [in the European Union],” Cutillas said, adding that Berlin's ultimate goal is “to establish dominance over France.” According to Cutillas, Germany, being an export superpower, has benefited the most from the European Union, because admitting countries with “less powerful” economies to the bloc made the common currency “a litter cheaper,” thus facilitating exports. Germany "is benefiting from its role as creditor and its exporting role," Cutillas said.
Sea King helicopter blade Rotary-wing blade - Figure 1-17 © www.tpub.com The main rotor or rotary wing on the H-3 has five identical wing blades. Other helicopters may have two, three, or four blades. A typical wing blade is shown in figure 1-17. The rotary-wing blade is made of aluminum alloy, except the steel cuff by which the blade attaches to the rotor hub. The main supporting member of the blade is a hollow, aluminum alloy extruded spar, which forms the leading edge.
Anti-Mainstream News Sputnick News — March 13, 2015 Anti-Islamic advert on Philidelphia bus. Click to enlarge A Federal Judge has ordered Pennsylvania buses and trains to display “Stop the Islamic Jew-Hatred” ads that call for ending US foreign aid to all Islamic countries. US District Judge Goldberg ruled the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) must allow the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) to post anti-Muslim advertisements, showing a photo of Hitler and an Islamic … USAF Surgeon General – “No studies have been done to demonstrate the safety or effectiveness” of e-cigarettes 8/20/2010 – WASHINGTON (AFNS) — The Air Force surgeon general has issued a memo alerting all Airmen about safety concerns regarding electronic cigarettes, a new type of nicotine product. Also known as “e-cigs,” electronic cigarettes are battery-operated devices that look like conventional cigarettes. The e-cig contains a cartridge filled with nicotine, which is delivered to the user as a vapor. Water vapor is emitted from the end of the device to mimic the appearance of smoke. Recce 233 Savoie: “One may wonder whether the e-cigarettes are effective or not.