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    Zelensky promises 5 more years of war in the Donbass and high salaries

    Hardly had Vladimir Putin gave welcome to the residents of Donbass to receive Russian passports, immediately followed by an “optimistic” statement from Kiev. From which it follows that the slaughter in the Donbass will not stop at least in the next five years, and the soldiers leading in the region will be paid more bloodshed. […]

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    Women’s Day

    Just before March 8, it became known that as early as last month, February 16, German Chancellor Angela Merkel refused the insistent proposal of the US Vice President Mike Pence to hold joint naval maneuvers at the borders of Russia in the Kerch Strait. It happened at a meeting at the Munich Security Conference. Such […]

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    How Israel saved White Helmets from the revenge of Assad

    When does a terrorist group cease to be a terrorist group? The answer seems to be that it ceases to be terrorist when it terrorizes someone who is the enemy of the United States. The most notable of the recent examples is Mujaheddin e Khalq (MEK), an organization banned in many countries, murderers who adhere […]

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    The state of Washington sued Facebook and Google

    The state prosecutor believes that the companies violated the law on the financing of the election campaign in 2016. Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit to finance the election campaign in the King County High Court, saying that Facebook and Google did not provide the public with information about who was the buyer of […]

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    The results of the St. Petersburg Economic Forum

    17 thousand participants, 143 countries – this is the St. Petersburg Economic Forum. He passed this week. Business from all over the world, and European, it is important in the light of American sanctions, business from all countries of Europe was in Petersburg. He is interested in working with Russia. And it’s not just about […]

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    Royal wedding confirmed as year’s biggest UK TV event

    Almost 18 million Britons watched coverage of Saturday’s royal wedding, making it by far the biggest television event of the year, as social networks and news websites also saw enormous online interest in the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. British viewers overwhelmingly turned to the BBC’s coverage, led by Kirsty Young, Huw Edwards […]

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    YouTube to launch new music streaming service

    YouTube is taking on rivals including Apple, Spotify and Amazon with a new subscription streaming service launching next week. The platform will launch in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea on 22 May before being rolled out in 14 additional countries, including the UK. Free, ad-supported accounts will be available, while the […]