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March 14, 2015. Where is Vladimir? Read his activities from the news from the Kremlin feed below, or from Pravda. He has not been seen in public for 10 days, and I am hearing he may have had a stroke, or has cancer, or is hanging out with a possible newborn baby. Hm. The full range from life to death.
I hope he has gone to Ukraine and Crimea, and is privately working out how to remove Russian troops as soon as possible.

The Russian Federation

Countries invade because they want war, world domination, to save inhabitants, or they want stuff. Like oil and gas. Which one is Russia? I don't know but I am listening to them. Above and below.
Flag, map and edited information from Wikipedia.

Russia is the largest country in the world,  over 12 to 13% of land mass. It borders Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azebaijian, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, North Korea. Across the waters is Japan (the Sea of Okhotsk) and the USA (Bering Strait).


Pictures above, right and below: New York City Russian Consulate one week after Russia announced it had annexed Crimea.

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Salvador Dali's body to be exhumed in paternity suit
The body of the Spanish artist Salvador Dali is to be exhumed, possibly next month, in a paternity suit after a tarot card reader called Maria Pilar Abel Martínez has claimed that the painter was her father, having had an affair with her mother, a housemaid, in 1955.

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 22:18:00 +0300


The Lancet Countdown: Getting serious on climate change
Donald Trump may consider that climate change is a fake news item, members of his Government may think that dinosaurs and humans coexisted six thousand years ago but the scientific community is getting real for the benefit of humankind. The Lancet Countdown is one such initiative.

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 20:37:00 +0300


Yemen: 200,000 cholera cases
On June 14, in this column, I wrote a piece entitled "Yemen: Cholera surpasses 100,000 cases". Twelve days later, the figure is now 200,000, making it the world's worst ever cholera epidemic. The cause? Conflict. Ask Saudi Arabia and its murderous backers.

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 22:59:00 +0300


Confederations Cup: Semi-finalists defined
Matchday 3 of the Confederations Cup was completed today after a brave and spirited Russia bowed out of the competition on Saturday. Portugal beat New Zealand 4-0 and Mexico brushed past Russia 2-1 after Samedov took the lead. In Group B, Germany beat Cameroon 3-1 and Chile drew one apiece with Australia.

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 20:35:00 +0300


Fuel inferno in Pakistan kills 140
At least 140 people have perished near Ahmedpur East in Pakistan after a fuel tanker overturned on a motorway and burst into flames as people were gathering thefuel. The tanker crashed when a tyre burst as it was rounding a corner and the fire started when someone lit a cigarette.

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 19:19:00 +0300


A look at esports in Russia
From Russia with esports - Russia's growing love affair with professional video gaming. The global games market is huge. Last year alone saw over 2 billion gamers across the globe generate over $100 billion in game revenues and of these 2 billion gamers, almost 100 million of them are Russian.

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 18:44:00 +0300


Why I reject Western courts and justice
There is a small courthouse from the 'British era', standing right in the center of Hong Kong. It is neat, well-built, remarkably organized and some would even say - elegant. Earlier this year I visited there with an Afghan-British lawyer, who had been touring East Asia for several months.

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 18:29:00 +0300


Brazil: Former President Lula can be condemned without evidence
The former president of the Federative Republic of Brazil, Luis Inácio LULA da Silva can be condemned to prison at any time by a judge from the lower courts, without evidence of any crime. The process, totally biased, targets only to make him ineligible for the next election in 2018, since his re-election is considered guaranteed by his opponents.

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 18:11:00 +0300


Confederations Cup: Matchday 2 complete
Conclusion: In Group A, Russia has to beat Mexico to guarantee a place in the semi-finals, while Portugal has to draw with New Zealand. In Group B, basically Cameroon has to thrash Germany and Australia has to thrash Chile to get through. A draw for Chile and Germany is enough. Prognosis: Russia, Portugal, Germany, Chile in the semis?

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 01:05:00 +0300


Enough is enough: Justice for Philando Castile
Just a few days ago, a jury in Minnesota predictably acquitted former police officer Jeronimo Yanez of killing an African-American man named Philando Castile. What was also not surprising was that shortly after deliberations began, a majority of the predominantly white jury had already decided, by a vote of 10-2, to acquit Yanez.

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 20:14:00 +0300