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The North American Indians have the inventive method of bear hunting. They hang heavy cobblestone to the tree bough, spread honey over it, then wait until the bear smells out the delicacy, and come out to lick honey from the stone. The stone begins to swing. The annoyed bear needs to make more and more… » read more

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For a long period of time Albania has remained the most isolated European state. It suffered from the totalitarian regime to the fullest, and that’s after-effect still is not completely overcome. Nevertheless, Albania is insistently moving towards European integration and puts out considerable efforts to draw closer the EU accession. For 17 years Albania has… » read more

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Harsh increases in the personnel of the Russian armed forces in the peninsula, redeployment of the materiel, start of the military exercises are nothing but the evidences in favor of the second presumption. In the course of the 2 years’ time span following the annexation of Crimea, the actions of the Russian officials attest that… » read more

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Upon annexation of Crimea and start of armed hostilities in Donbas, the number of victims of terrorist attacks in peaceful Europe has dramatically increased. Within 11 years until 2014, the year when Russia annexed Crimea and unleashed war in the East of Ukraine, 5 terrorist attacks alone took place in Europe, meanwhile within the past… » read more

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Phenomenon of Crimean election

Russian President has signed a federal law about election to the Crimean State Council and to Sevastopol Legislative Assembly, which would take place on September 14. Ukraine has already called these election as illegal and warned coordinatiors to be under criminal prosecution. Due to high represive activity of russian law enforcement agencies agains those who… » read more

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