The Moment of Truth or the Information Confrontation Principles
Today it is very easy to get lost in the information flow coming from Syria. On the one hand, we are told about an assault on the country's largest city of Aleppo by the government forces (meanwhile, the Western media are busy proclaiming numerous victims of the "freedom-loving civilian population"), on the other hand, about the fact that the Syrian Prime Minister Riyad Hijab has resigned (and very nearly ran away to the West and even joined the opposition). All this happens against the background of regular meetings of the so-called "Friends of Syria" and endless films, reports and even books that denounce the regime of Bashar al-Assad. And along with it also Russia and China that in every possible way interfere with the establishment in Syria of "democracy" that will inevitably lead to the prosperity of the country.
An Afghan Soldier Opened Fire on NATO Soldiers
In the Afghan province of Laghman, in the east of the country, today a local soldier opened fire on NATO militaries. According to the Headquarters of the International Security Assistance Force, the …
Ukraine Joined the Free Trade Area. What next?
The Verkhovna Rada at its special session addressed the ratification of the Agreement on Free Trade Area (FTA) in the CIS, as urged by President Viktor Yanukovych. And it did offhand.
Paying tribute to the memory of the defenders of Tskhinvali…
Today, in South Ossetia, from early in the night the mourning ceremonies have been held. The residents of the republic are remembering the dead during the Georgian aggression four years ago. Then, on the night of August 8, 2008 the South Ossetian capital underwent a massive artillery bombardment by the Georgian side, unprecedented in its cruelty. Hundreds of civilians were killed; in the first hours of the conflict it was the Russian peacekeepers that fell on the field of battle, placing a barrier to the president Saakashvili's militaristic machine.
Syrian Troops Liberated Aleppo
The Syrian government forces drove the rebels from the city of Aleppo and regained control over the city, Reuters reported. Militants of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) announced that they were forced to …
Vitali Mutko: Resignation? I neither swim nor shoot, my goal is to provide conditions
Sports minister, Vitali Mutko appreciated the performance of the Russian Olympic team at the Games in London, where our team ranks only 9th in the medal standings.
"Of course, there are sports that …
A Mass Meeting in Support of the Opposition was Held in Georgia
Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Batumi for a rally in support of the Georgia Dream opposition coalition of the billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili.
According to the data from the organizers - …
Will the Saint Bidzina Give Up Bidzina Ivanishvili
Saakashvili hopes to defeat Ivanishvili on St. Bidzina Day, October 1. It is this day that the Georgian authorities have assigned for the elections to the parliament. The amended electoral registers have been submitted to the Central Election Commission, and the latter declared itself to be ready for the elections and announced the list of officials not allowed to campaign and participate in promotional activities. Under the laws, members of electoral committees, judges, officials from law enforcement agencies and intelligence services, ombudsman, etc are excluded from Georgia's active political life for the pre-election period. Campaigning in public institutions, military units, ships is prohibited too.
A Georgian Athlete has Run Away from the Olympics
Betkil Shukvani, a member of the Georgian Olympic team in judo, left London for fear of physical violence by Gia Udesiani, the Deputy Minister of Sport of Georgia.
According to the Georgian athlete …
Seven CIS Countries Urged not to Distort the Outcome of the Great Patriotic War
A joint statement by the delegations of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Russian Federation and Tajikistan was adopted on July 3, in Geneva, at the 20th session of the UN …