Tuesday, 16 August 2016

The State of the world today - from Pravda


English Pravda.ru / News
Slobodan Milosevic: The killing of an innocent man International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague quietly acknowledged the innocence of former president of Serbia and Yugoslavia Slobodan Milosevic. Ten years after the very suspicious death of the Serbian leader in a Dutch prison, the 1,300th page of the 2,000-page document on the case of Radovan Karadzic
/world/europe/16-08-2016/135344-slobodan_milosevic-0/
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Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi: Lessons for Erdogan The areas of the activity of the Russian-Turkish commission on Syria have become clear. The Turkish Foreign Minister said that Syrias next government must be "comprehensive" and "secular." Russia insists on closing the Turkish-Syrian border. Is Turkey willing to be in the wake of Moscows policy in the Syrian conflict?
/world/asia/turkey/15-08-2016/135329-erdogan_turkey-0/


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The many suspicious suicides surrounding Hillary Rodham Clinton On February 15, 1977, Suzanne Coleman committed suicide. She is alleged to have had a sexual affair with Bill Clinton during the time he was Arkansas State Attorney General. Coleman was seven and one-half months pregnant at the time of her death when she shot herself in the back of the head. No autopsy was performed
/world/americas/12-08-2016/135307-hillary_clinton_suicides-0/


English Pravda.ru / News
Will Turkey exit NATO to enter into alliance with Russia? If NATO loses Turkey, it will happen only because of the mistakes of the alliance, rather than because of Turkeys recent rapprochement with Russia, China and the Middle East. NATO has made a number of statements expressing its loyalty to Turkey after Turkish President Erdogan flew to Russia to meet with Putin
/world/asia/turkey/11-08-2016/135292-turkey_nato-0/

























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