Articles

22.03.2019

Venezuelan authorities detained one of Juan Guaido’s associates and accused him of terrorism. The opposition leader, in response, promised that only...
21.03.2019 Stacy Little

The combination, played by Nursultan Nazarbayev at the pinnacle of the power of Kazakhstan, is becoming more and more clear. The unexpected...
20.03.2019 Tyler Durden

British photojournalist Alan Gignoux and Venezuelan journalist-filmmaker Carolina Graterol, both based in London, went to Venezuela for a month to...
19.03.2019 Soeren Kern

The proportion of prisoners of foreign origin in German prisons is at its historic high, according to a new study by the ministries of justice of the...
18.03.2019 Stacy Little

Last week, another scandalous lawsuit against the biotech company Bayer on the case of the impact of the most popular herbicide in the world -...
15.03.2019 Sergey Latyshev

New Zealand, known in the world for its magnificent fleece, formidable Maori natives, earthquakes, immaculate ecology, the emancipation of women, a...
14.03.2019 Carl Freidrich

The Hungarian-American Billionaire George Soros is in the cross hairs of a campaign by the Hungarian government. Is it “antisemitic” to criticize the...
13.03.2019 E. Coachman

The United States continues to regard the Nord Stream 2 project as a political project, with the help of which Russia will allegedly put pressure on...
12.03.2019

The Venezuelan National Assembly, headed by opposition leader Juan Guaido, has introduced a state of emergency in the country due to the extremely...
11.03.2019 Paul Craig Roberts

The Internet is seen as a savior that will take over the function of honest reporting and free speech now that the print and TV media and NPR serve...