Ecuador Allowed Assange to Stay at the Embassy in London as Long as He Likes
The Ecuadorian authorities claim that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be allowed to stay in their country’s embassy in London as long as he likes.
According to Guardian, officials from …
Russian Fans: The Riots in Warsaw were Provoked by the Poles
Disorders on June 12 during the Russian football fans’ march to the National Stadium in Warsaw on the day of match of the European football championship between Russia and Poland were provoked by …
Deadly Cache of Weapons Seized from Americans in Bishkek
According to the Ministry of Interior of Kirgizia, the national security service discovered a deadly cache of machineguns, assaults rifles and sniper’s rifles in a US tenants’ house…
Russia Accuses British Diplomat of Spying
The Russian authorities accused one of British Embassy diplomats, Christopher Bowers, the acting director of UK Trade and Investments, of espionage activities...
Explosion in Uzbek Town Kagan: Heavy Casualties
Yesterday night at about 23:00 a fire started in the territory of a helicopter unit in Uzbek town Kagan, 12 km from Bukhara...
British Arms for Iran: New Scandal in Great Britain
According to Ban Ki Moon, Security Council experts investigated several cases relating to violation of arms bans and embargos, and revealed international networks involved in illegal arms trade and arms brokerage
The recent US-Japanese frictions were caused by a series of crimes committed by US militaries against local civilians in early 2008. The US GIs committed more than 20 crimes including three grave ones...
Theory and Practice of Sexual Slavery, Example of South Korea
The first foreign labors came to Korea approximately in 1987, at the same time bar and clubs in the territory of US military bases started offering foreign women...
Estonian Ambassador’s Nephew Arrested for Drugs
Marius Mark, 22, has been convicted in Ireland for drugs trafficking…
Chechnya: 546 Surrender under Expiring Amnesty
The amnesty for Chechen militants announced in September expires today…