Russian President Vladimir Putin has been divorced since 2014 and officially remains single, while a woman is now claiming to be married to Russia’s head of state.
The Tonopah Test Range is a restricted military polygon located in the vicinity of the eponymous town in the state of Nevada. It is currently used for nuclear weapons stockpile reliability testing, research and development of fusing and firing systems, as well as testing nuclear weapon delivery systems.
The bank explained that the mishap happened due to a "purely accidental" glitch in a fully automatic algorithm generating passphrases for special offers for clients. It has vowed to review how the mechanism works to avoid similar incidents in the future.
The 22-foot statue made of fiberglass, resin, and automotive paste is not only unique by its resemblance to the famous singer, but may also end up in the Guinness Book of World Records as it is appears to be the biggest statue representing Jesus Christ as an infant.
For years, Russian beauties have dominated the runways of international fashion shows and magazine covers, parties in posh clubs and the red carpets at renowned festivals. No wonder some A-listers have been charmed by these stunners.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Turkey has never used banned weapons during Operation Peace Spring against Kurdish militia and the Daesh* terrorist group in northern Syria, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said.
The tech giant’s CEO visited DC at the time to testify before Congress about Facebook's plans to launch its own cryptocurrency, Libra. During his testimony, a congresswoman proposed that Zuckerberg help Congress create a legal framework for cryptocurrencies in the US – an offer that he didn't accept.
Some vermin don’t seem very dangerous these days because people have managed to protect their food and homes from such intruders – but the pests are evolving too, and they apparently know how to interrupt modern communications, even to the point of cutting off the government from the people.