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Many Americans comment on how much in-your-face PDA (public display of affection) there is in Russia. My cousin said that Russia is “just the worst country to be single in,” because every day you ride the train and watch couples hug and kiss, kiss a LOT.
A few months before he was due to graduate with honours from the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg, Ivan Kramskoy (1837-1887) organized the notorious ‘Revolt of the 14.”
He led a group of his best friends (who also happened to be the most promising students of the graduating class of 1864) as they marched into the university main office and furiously presented a list of complaints and demands to the administration.
They proudly denounced the unbearable constraints of academic art, it’s strict delineations between high and low art, it’s deadness and impotency.
The author is the founder and editor of the Unz Review, a conservative American political website, and a one-time candidate for the governor of California.
The original title of this essay at Unz was: The Remarkable Historiography of David Irving. We changed it to give the reader a sense of the gist of the article
When you visit or live in a foreign country, it's always the little differences that stand out the most.
And if you spend more than one week in Russia, you will quickly discover that Russians are not keen on drinking cold beverages. It's not their cup of tea. Tea is their cup of tea. And it should be very hot tea. Ideally with lemon. Spasibo.
And get this, her name is Rossiyana, which is the Russian equivalent of naming your daughter 'America'.
Exclusive: Comments raise concerns UK will find it difficult to refuse requests from Kigali on sensitive issues
Paul Kagame, the president of Rwanda, has suggested the UK extradite suspects wanted in the east African country for alleged roles in the 1994 genocide, after a controversial deal with the Home Office to process asylum seekers there.
Speaking less than two weeks after the deal was announced, Kagame told an audience of diplomats in Kigali that included the British high commissioner he hoped “that when the UK is sending us these migrants, they should send us some people they have accommodated for over 15 years who committed crimes [in Rwanda]”.Continue reading...
DNA shows body exhumed in the country was Protais Mpiranya, Rwanda’s most wanted fugitive
Zimbabwe has denied harbouring the Rwandan genocide fugitive Protais Mpiranya after it emerged that he died in 2006 and was buried in the country after living there for four years.
The 20-year manhunt for one of the world’s most brutal killers came to a decisive end in an overgrown cemetery outside Harare, but Zimbabwean authorities say they did not conceal his whereabouts.Continue reading...
Britain stirred up tensions, chaos and violence in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, according to declassified papers
The British government ran a secret “black propaganda” campaign for decades, targeting Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia with leaflets and reports from fake sources aimed at destabilising cold war enemies by encouraging racial tensions, sowing chaos, inciting violence and reinforcing anti-communist ideas, newly declassified documents have revealed.
The effort, run from the mid-1950s through to the late 70s by a unit in London that was part of the Foreign Office, was focused on cold war enemies such as the Soviet Union and China, leftwing liberation groups and leaders that the UK saw as threats to its interestsContinue reading...
Demonstrators demand release of two students held after murder of Christian woman in Sokoto
Hundreds of people in Nigeria’s north-western city of Sokoto demonstrated on Saturday over the arrest of two students after the murder of a Christian student accused of blasphemy, residents said.
Africa’s most populous country is roughly divided between Muslims and Christians but religious tensions and deadly clashes are not uncommon, particularly in the north.Continue reading...
PM says he will ‘dig in for the fight’ with ‘leftie lawyers’ challenging government’s plan for refugees
Boris Johnson said 50 people have been told they will be sent to Rwanda within the next fortnight, and that he was ready to fight with “leftie lawyers” seeking to challenge the government’s plans for refugees.
Under the £120m scheme announced last month, people deemed to have entered the UK unlawfully will be transported to the east African country, where they will be allowed to apply for the right to settle.Continue reading...
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ANAF anunță că în următoarele zile vor începe controale ample în toate domeniile cu risc ridicat de evaziune!
Criza economică din prezent este o furtună aproape perfectă, avertizează vicepreședintele USR, Claudiu Năsui. Fostul ministru al Economiei crede că Guvernul va mări taxele și impozitele, măsură care va afecta în mod direct buzunarele românilor. Deși unii experți au atras atenția că majorarea unor impozite nu mai poate fi exclusă, reprezentantul USR consideră că acest lucru mai mult ar dăuna.
Cel mai mare târg de adopții de animale organizat vreodată în Capitală a avut loc, duminică, la Arena Națională.
Anchetă, în cazul incendiului devastator care a cuprins, sâmbătă-seară, un bloc de 10 etaje din Ferentari, în Sectorul 5 al Capitalei! Investigațiile pentru stabilirea cauzei și circumstanțelor...
Accident mortal, sâmbătă-seară, pe drumul dintre Dealul Viilor și Ineu, în județul Arad! Un bărbat, în vârstă de 74 de ani, și-a pierdut viața, după ce mașina sa a părăsit partea...