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Last stand for Russia's Aging Airline fleet

Wednesday, October 5, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 1

Last stand for Russia's Aging Airline fleet

After the terrible incident with Yaroslav's successful Lokomotiv hockey Team, acting president Dimitri Medvedev announced that there would be no more place for Russias huge number of small air carriers.

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Vodka and Politics: The Ukrainian mix

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 1

Vodka and Politics: The Ukrainian mix

As I have been told, Ukrainian Vodka differs from Russian Vodka as it is generally clean, pure and not mixed with anything, except maybe with politics as a recent change in Central government Resolutions in August 2011 suggests.

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The real problem with Greece and Southern Europe

Wednesday, June 22, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 7

The real problem with Greece and Southern Europe

What are the problems really? What do we hear on TV every day and what is not being said? Is it a cultural problem? Is it just the simple fact that Greece has been living above their own standards? Do we have to throw Greece out of the EU? Or are we going to keep throwing money at a Greek Government that simply isn't capable of managing its economy? Is the EU really worth while or has it been a facade for other reasons such as exports.

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Belarus: 36% devaluation of ruble and heading for hyperinflation

Wednesday, May 25, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 0

Belarus: 36% devaluation of ruble and heading for hyperinflation

Belarus's central bank devalued the country's official currency rate by 36% Monday, as it published the new exchange rates on its website. The new exchange rate of 4,930 Belarussian rubles to the dollar became official on Tuesday 24 of May 2011, compared with 3,155 rubles to the dollar Monday the 23th of May

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Belarus: Watching the total collapse of one of the last Communist countries

Saturday, May 21, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 2

Belarus: Watching the total collapse of one of the last Communist countries

Yes it is true. Belarus is on the ferge of total collapse, much like the last days of the Soviet Union in 1991, Belarus is about to go bankrupt and nobody cares anymore. Belarus has been the Greece of the Slavic countries with one big difference: Nobody is about to step in anymore to help.

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Sukhoi Superjet-100 first commercial passenger flight

Thursday, April 21, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 0

Sukhoi Superjet-100 first commercial passenger flight

Today on thursday the 21st of April 2011 Armenian airline Armavia completed the first passenger flight of Russia's newest commercial plane, the Sukhoi Superjet 100. The plane carried 90 passengers arriving at Moscow's Sheremetevo Airport. The aircraft was delivered to Armavia at a ceremony in Armenia on Wednesday.

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Lake Titicaca at dangerously low level | Peru and Bolivia

Tuesday, March 29, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 1

Lake Titicaca at dangerously low level | Peru and Bolivia

Lake Titicaca is a lake located on the border of Peru and Bolivia. At a height of some 3,811 m above sea level, it is the highest commercially navigable lake in the world. By volume of water, it is also the largest lake in South America.

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Resolution 1973 Libya: 100 million a day in taxpayers money

Friday, March 25, 2011 · Category Opinions · comments 0

Resolution 1973 Libya: 100 million a day in taxpayers money

In Europe people are suffering and struggling to make ends meet. Gas and Oil prices have skyrocketed to new recordlevels at the gas station. 5 to 6 EU-members have trouble raising capital. All EU-members need to take drastic cut-back measures in government spending. Britisch Defense budget will be cut by 20%. Asking our respective governments to limit the maximum amount of gasoil prices at the gas station is a no go, so what we do? We go to fight another war in Libya, costing us approximately 100 million euro a day.

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