Political scientist, head of the Centre for Expert Support of Political Processes Alexei Yaroshenko in the RT stream ‘Beautiful Russia’ commented on the statement of Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis, who proposed to take grain out of Ukraine on vessels escorted by NATO warships.
It is always sad to read of deaths by drowning. Such tragedies are common but most heart-rending is the many that die not through drowning but through lack of knowledge. Those more aware of how to respond in a difficult situation would survive.
Story translated from the original German by Gerry Frederics. Frau Paula Hitler (1896-1960), the sister of German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, penned the following statement 12 years after the death of her brother.
The wife who made the ultimate sacrifice for a 3,000-year loving embrace: Man and woman found together in Ukrainian grave after she was buried alive with her dead husband.
In historical terms the American Civil War (1861-1865) wasn’t too long ago: My great-grandfather and possibly my grandfather would have remembered the conflict. Fast forward 150 years and it seems like a case of déjà vu, says a Russian strategist.
There are two things certain in life so it is said; death and taxes. To this might be added regrets and who better to ask what these might be than the angels of mercy, those nurses in palliative care. What are deathbed laments of regret?
The Brotherhood of the Rosary Virgin is the herald of the Resurrection of Christ celebration with a procession, the “Meeting”, which is the oldest in Almoradí and which becomes the perfect closing of our Holy Week. The origin is certainly in the birth of the Brotherhood in the seventeenth century. The Virgin, covered with a thin tulle veil, in mourning for the death of her Son, is carried in a run by her brothers and, after three reverences, she stops next to the Custody of the Blessed Sacrament, carried under a pallium in the center of the square.
Doctors bowed their heads in front of 11-year-old Yaawi Liang, who died of brain cancer. After learning about the disease, he volunteered to donate his organs to several people, thus saving their lives. Shortly before his death, he told his mother: ‘There are so many beautiful people in the world, doing good every day. I want to be one of them.’
The international press loudly proclaimed that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán would face his ‘toughest’ election fight ever, polls pointed to his potential defeat, and the EU withheld much-needed recovery funds from Hungary in the run-up to the election. Yet, Orbán not only prevailed but did so in a fashion that has left many in the Western media and political establishment in shock once again. Now, as the dust settles, what lessons can we take away from his historic win?
The most-deserved belt in history was given to Bridger Walker the little boy who saved his little sister from a German shepherd dog. He had 90 stitches all over his body but saved his three-year-old sister from certain death. And had stated, ‘If anyone has to die, it’s me, I’m the big brother.’