Tag Archive: russia

BBC Fears Russia Today & Wants More FREE Money

It’s fall again. The time of year when the evenings get cooler, the leaves turn golden and the BBC starts to fret over its war chest. Last fall the British state broadcaster managed to secure an additional £289 million ($385…
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German family seek ASYLUM in Russia – claiming their country is no longer safe because of the migrant influx

A German family travelled to Russia before claiming asylum – insisting their homeland is no longer safe because of the influx of Muslim migrants. Carola Griesbach, 51, and her husband Andre, 45, drove the 1,400 miles from northern Germany to…
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Was the 19th Century apewoman a yeti?

Hundreds of explorers, theorists and fantasists have spent their lives searching for the infamous ‘big-foot’. But a leading geneticist believes he has found evidence to prove that it – or rather she – could have been more than a myth….
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‘No need for new mosques in Russia’ – Patriots

A nationalist organization has criticized a proposal to construct more mosques in Russia to accommodate an influx of immigrants arriving from Muslim countries in search of employment (yea right). “This approach is not totally correct,” Aleksander Belov, chairman of the…
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Russia celebrates century of its Air Force

The world`s best pilots have arrived in Moscow as Russia starts celebrating the centennial of its Air Force. The three-day jubilee show will see Russian and foreign aviation aces performing their best stunts for thousands of viewers. More than a…
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Islamic sect lived underground with children for decade

A cruel religious sect kept 27 children locked away in dark and unheated underground cells – some for a decade. (Scroll down for video) The youngsters, aged from one to 17, have never seen daylight and have now been rescued…
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UK to finally recognize WWII Arctic heroes? – ‘Path through hell’

The epic efforts of UK Arctic heroes who braved icy waters during World War II to maintain vital supply lines to the Soviet Union may finally be recognized at home. The British PM has ordered a medals review after years…
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Opposition Leaders Held In Anti-Putin Protest

Russian police have arrested top opposition figures during a protest march in Moscow on the eve of Vladimir Putin’s inauguration as president. The march by about 20,000 people to an island adjacent to the Kremlin proceeded peacefully on Sunday afternoon…
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