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    • Pyramids
      Last update: 20:15 21.05.2019
      20:15 21.05.2019
      Tech

      Filmmaker REVEALS Why Egyptian Pharaohs Built Fake Doors in PYRAMIDS

      Grave robbers possibly sneaking into Egypt’s gigantic landmark pyramids 4,500 years ago have stirred the curiosity of multiple researchers, but it appears the fake doors in their inner premises have nothing to do with the rogues.

    • Indian Air Force’s Mi-17 Helicopter Crashes Near the Himalayas
      Last update: 19:36 21.05.2019
      19:36 21.05.2019
      Military & Intelligence

      Indian Air Defences Mistakenly Downed Own Military Helicopter - Reports

      On 27 February, the daily newspaper Kashmir Vision reported that a combat Mi-17 V5 helicopter of the Indian Air Force crashed in the Budgam area in the state Jammu and Kashmir.

    • Iranian demonstrators carry a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and an effigy of US President Donald Trump during a rally in the capital Tehran, on May 10 2019
      Last update: 17:18 21.05.2019
      17:18 21.05.2019
      World

      Iranian Presidential Aide REVEALS Tehran's Strategy Toward US

      MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Iran's strategy to confront US hostile measures is based on a "no to war, no to sanctions" principle, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's cultural adviser, Hesameddin Ashena, told Tasnim News Agency on Tuesday.

    • British MEP Nigel Farage speaks during the launch of the Brexit Party's European election campaign, Coventry, England, Friday, April 12, 2019.
      Last update: 20:41 21.05.2019
      20:41 21.05.2019
      Opinion

      Political Hit Job? What's Behind Financial Scrutiny of Farage's Brexit Party

      As the day of the European Parliament elections nears in the UK, polls show that Nigel Farage's party may come out on top. Adam Garrie, a UK-based geopolitical analyst, has explained ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s accusations against the Brexit Party and the Electoral Commission's decision to review the party's funding.

    • Christopher Steele, former British intelligence officer in London Tuesday March 7, 2017 where he has spoken to the media for the first time . Steele who compiled an explosive and unproven dossier on President Donald Trump’s purported activities in Russia has returned to work
      Last update: 18:13 21.05.2019
      18:13 21.05.2019
      Opinion

      How FBI, DOJ 'Bought Into' Steele's Dirty Dossier, Mysterious 'Source E' Claims

      Attorney General William Barr and Inspector General Michael Horowitz are about to expose apparent legal violations by the Obama DOJ and FBI while investigating the Trump campaign. Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel has expressed hope that the truth about the "Russian hoax" will eventually come out, smoothening over the divisions in US society.

    • Mars
      Last update: 16:23 21.05.2019
      16:23 21.05.2019
      Tech

      Mars 'Actually the Only Planet' Humans Can Go to Escape Earth, Professor Claims

      In recent years, humanity’s most brilliant minds have been working to send the first human to the Red Planet. According to physicist Brian Cox, Mars might be the only space travel option for people, destined to become Martians, noting that “we can't stay here forever”.

    • Nord Stream 2
      Last update: 14:25 21.05.2019
      14:25 21.05.2019
      Europe

      Trump to Sign Bill on Sanctions Against Nord Stream 2 - US Official

      The US has long been one of the most vocal critics of the Russian-European pipeline Nord Stream 2, citing alleged dangers to the EU’s energy security and threatening to impose sanctions against it. However, the project has been vehemently defended by several countries, including Germany and Russia, as a purely economic venture.

    • Air-to-air refuelling of Tupolev Tu-95MS
      Last update: 16:31 21.05.2019
      16:31 21.05.2019
      Russia

      US Fighters Escort Russian Strategic Bombers Over Alaska - Russian MoD

      American reconnaissance drones routinely fly along Russia’s borders, mostly in the west and in south-west, as well as along the Syrian coast, where Russian military bases are located. Such flights have become quite regular since relations between the US and Russia became strained in 2014.

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