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Hundreds of Chechen fighters arrived in Aleppo

As previously reported, hundreds of Chechen fighters move into Syria, and that military police arrived in Syria and will be deployed not only on the base Hamim but also in the Aleppo. Just Syria in addition to the contingent deployed is still of the order of 800-850 people, which should …

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13th… Horrible day

Yesterday two news for you, and both not very good. What to do…the 13th… let’s Start with the very bad. The leader of Iraq’s Shia al-Sistani(heard, perhaps?), forbade the Muslims, the followers of this religious denomination, to take up chess. This is the first. Computer games in the same fatwa …

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One step before the global trade war

The financial crisis of 2007-2009, in fact, put an end to the process of globalization. In 2015, for the first time since 2009, there was a decline in world trade more than 10%. This has not happened since the great depression of the 1930-ies. Some politicians, public figures, professors, journalists …

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The unpredictability of geopolitics

Tensions between Russia and the leading NATO countries deteriorated sharply in recent years. “Acute reference” is the reunification of the Crimea and Sevastopol with their historical homeland. The tension is rooted in the era of the cold war that the collective West has won quite strange. Because of the warlike …

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Trump will push China through Russia, and we need it?

The new head of the White House will be able to offer Moscow. U.S. policy is set for a sharp reversal. The conservation strategy of world domination, of which eight years was followed by the administration of Barack Obama obviously was not working. Therefore, the American elite have decided it …

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Failed policies of failed politicians

In his new article, the independent German journalist Greta Mautner drew attention to the fact that no matter how hard the representatives of the current political elite in the US and many Western European countries to cling to power, the Great History puts all on the shelves of the heritage …

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