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Porno – politics “left-hand”

The current generation of men is aptly named “generation of the left hand, since right at this time busy with a computer mouse or fidgeting on the keyboard… Say, this is a private matter? Make no mistake. “The spread of pornography on the Internet is the most global ever unconsciously …

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They do not need the shore of the Suez…

The defense Ministers of Russia and Egypt, Sergei Shoigu and Sedki Sobhi agreed in Moscow the training of Egyptian pilots for Russian attack helicopters Ka-52K, which must be equipped with amphibious assault ships (UDC) type “Mistral”, the newspaper “Izvestia”, citing a source in military-diplomatic circles. “The Ministers agreed on specific …

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About one form of abuse of veterans

  Nice date recently celebrated our Nations! Everyone tried at least once to take care of the veterans, of course, that already in old age, and many even with their wounds and diseases. And here there is sometimes some “gifted” there is such “national” attention, which is simply impossible to …

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5 the main outcomes of the G20 summit in Hangzhou

© picture-alliance/AP Images/Y. ShimbunОсновные events of the summit of leaders of major economic powers took place on the sidelines of the event. Instead of the economy in Hangzhou mostly discussed politics. The two-day summit of “big twenty” was completed in Chinese Hangzhou on Monday, September 5. Although formally the Central …

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Agricultural exports exceeded the Armory

The ban on the import of food products from the EU and the ruble crisis caused a rise in Russian agriculture. According to the German magazine Der Spiegel, Russia’s revenues from exports of agricultural products exceeded the profits from the sale of weapons. Since President Vladimir Putin announced an embargo …

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Terms of revolution of the magnetic poles of the Earth

American scientists have determined the frequency of geomagnetic inversions (the change of the magnetic poles) of the Earth. The work of the authors allows to predict the timing of this event in the future. The study is published on the website arXiv.org. As shown by scientists, geomagnetic inversion occurs roughly …

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A trap for the Kandahar special forces

For the 173-th separate brigade of GRU special forces (PPD – the city of Kandahar) between 1984 and 1986 was the most hot and tense. This unit was famous for his ability to meet objectives with minimal losses. Not satisfied with attacks on the caravans with tracking military instructors of …

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The longest tunnels of the world

5 Sep 1980 in Switzerland has opened the longest at that time railway tunnel. A 16-kilometre tunnel, carved into the rock, allowed the trains of the courier service to deliver the mail quickly. Today we decided to recall the longest tunnels in which trains. The Eurotunnel Perhaps the most famous …

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