There has been an increase in anti-civil society measures in Russia since the beginning of Vladimir Putin’s third term in 2012. Many are already familiar with the spate of suspicious murders of prominent anti-Putin journalists in Russia. Critics of Putin and his regime are often characterized as serving foreign interests, …Read More »
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It’s that time of year again, when our friends from down under break out their credit cards, and contribute to generating an estimated $10 Million in sales. the 24 hour sale is a promotion offered by 210 retailers who buy into the exclusively online event with some offering savings of …Read More »
Monday, May 25 marks a national bank holiday in Britain. On this day, thousands of British families will be heading to train stations across the United Kingdom to embark on their much needed annual holiday. But they’re going to have a hard time doing this if the Network Rail can’t …Read More »
Former AFL player Travers Beynon is perhaps best known for his social media escapades where he showcases his extravagant lifestyle. The millionaire can usually be seen on his Instagram account surrounded by scantily-clad women and expensive cars, but is the ‘Candy Shop Mansion’ as Beynon calls it, as fun and …Read More »
You don’t know love, until you’ve fallen for a pug. Being a pug owner may make me a bit bias, but I believe pugs to be one of the most beautiful creatures on this earth. Pug Rescue and Adoption Victoria Inc agrees. They are a no kill pug rescue organization …Read More »
Generation Y may be a bit reliant on social sharing, self display and technology in general – but there is another focus that seems to be catching the eye of many Millennials. Gardening! More and more twenty year olds are trying their hand in the yard as a form of entertainment …Read More »
A blaze at a slipper and shoe factory in Valenzuela City in the Philippines has killed 72 people, authorities suggested on Thursday. Authorities suggested that many of the dead were recovered from the factory’s second floor, where they were likely trapped. Earlier today, investigators were still pulling bodies out of the …Read More »
One of the greatest female past-times is shopping for clothes that you can’t really afford, with the money that you don’t really have. The bonds formed by shoe sales cannot be paralleled, and I believe that almost anyone can bond over the agreement of a hideous dress in a store window. The …Read More »
The ISIS group has been one of the biggest news stories to follow in the past few years, especially when they killed American journalist by decapitation in August 2014. Earlier today, ISIS attacked a bus in the Pakistani city of Karachi, which killed 43 people and wounding 19 others, according …Read More »
The unresolved status of various islands, shoals and atolls combined with tantalizing hints of immense hydrocarbon and fisheries wealth has prompted a “Scramble for Africa-esque” race among countries bordering the South China Sea. A web of overlapping territorial claims, has resulted in increased tensions and defense spending in the region. …Read More »