Monthly Archives: April 2020

6 years of friendship!

Finally me and Suzanna are reunited. I’m feeling better, although it will take time until i’m completely restored. I want to remind you all of our friendship. I know some of you for six long years already, although i never met any of you in person. Some photos and private stories of myself and Suzanna were leaked, so you at

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Anti-graft agency lets Yanukovych’s ex-lawyer work at bureau investigating him

Oleksandr Babikov, a former lawyer for ex-President Viktor Yanukovych, gives a press briefing on Jan. 28, 2020. His appointment as the first deputy chief of the State Investigation Bureau on Jan. 20 prompted indignation from civil society since the bureau is investigating cases against Yanukovych, including his alleged involvement in crimes during the EuroMaidan Revolution.Photo by Kostyantyn Chernichkin The National Agency

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President: Ukraine daily produces about one million masks

Four thousand reusable protective suits of domestic production have been shipped this week in Ukraine, and nearly one million masks are manufactured every day. “In parallel, we are increasing our own production. This week, four thousand reusable protective suits made in Ukraine were shipped. We continue to produce almost one million masks every day,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said

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A Russian Journalist Follows Up on ‘Cargo 200’ From Donetsk June 19, 2014

Evgeny Korolenko with a dummy machine gun on Fatherland Defenders Day. He chose this photo for his VKontakte page. Via Novaya Gazeta. Elena Kostyuchenko, special correspondent for the independent news site Novaya Gazeta, has followed up on the “Cargo 200” story of bodies of Russian fighters returned to Russia from Ukraine that was begun by Ekho Moskvy and continued by Novaya Gazeta, which we covered and excerpted in

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Russia Space Chief Spars With Elon Musk Over Launch Pricing

The head of Russia’s space agency on Saturday accused Elon Musk’s SpaceX of predatory pricing for space launches, which is pushing Russia to cut its own prices. “Instead of honest competition on the market for space launches, they are lobbying for sanctions against us and use price dumping with impunity,” Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin wrote on Twitter. Rogozin, who is often outspoken on

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Georgia is the first European friend to back post-Brexit Britain

By Geoffrey van Orden Former senior British military officer and the former Leader of the British Conservatives in the European Parliament where he served as their foreign affairs, defence, and security spokesman. He now serves as the director of two strategic consultancies. The security and defence policies of Britain and the other Western democracies are approaching a strategic crossroad. NATO

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Time to put China on lockdown for its dishonesty amid coronavirus crisis

USA Today China’s response was inept, dishonest and utterly inconsiderate of the world. We need to teach the Chinese government a lesson. GLENN HARLAN REYNOLDS | OPINION COLUMNISTUpdated 6:34 p.m. EEST Apr. 7, 2020 There are many lessons to be learned from the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. But one is already clear: China needs to be isolated from the civilized world

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