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Shocking Bucharest, the capital of Romania

There are many poorly dressed people in the streets, broken sidewalks, collapsing houses. Everything resembles Sofia (Bulgaria) which I recently visited. The only thing that differs Bucharest from the capital of Bulgaria is a large number of abandoned houses. Interviewing local English speaking residents I tried to find out why there are so many empty houses in the city center. Their answer was that after the events of 1989, many pre-war owners of the property returned their property rights. They simply do not have enough funds to maintain the structures in good conditions. Right in the front of the main

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Cold and hunger awaits Britain if No Deal Brexit implemented

Great Britain seeks to leave the EU. However, many proposals were rejected by parliamentarians, and the withdrawal from the European Union was delayed. New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson intends to implement Brexit without a deal by the end of October. However, a tough exit from the EU could harm the people of England. Indeed, without a deal on further terms of cooperation with other countries, Britain will face serious consequences. The United Kingdom may face a shortage of food, medicine, and fuel. And this is only a small part of the alternative when leaving the European Union according to

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Anti-Russian sanctions harm European economy French Communist says

Politicians from the European Union are increasingly paying attention to ineffective anti-Russian sanctions. They offer the authorities of Western countries to abandon restrictive measures against the Russian Federation. Paris has repeatedly called for this. Yet another French politician voiced such an initiative. Communist from France Fabien Roussel spoke out against anti-Russian sanctions. According to him, restrictive measures against Moscow do not work and do not bear any benefit. The politician also noted that sanctions harm the European economy, so they must be lifted. Russel believes that this will happen when the situation with the Crimea and the Donbass improves. “In

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“Make Sicily Great Again!”: German journalist suggests Trump to buy Sicily

While world politicians are commenting on Trump’s statement regarding the purchase of Greenland, journalists are considering other options. For example, in the German edition of Frankfurter Allgemeine, the American president was advised to buy Sicily. According to the author of the article, Tobias Piller, this would be a “win-win” for both sides. “Make Sicily great again!” – he rephrased Trump’s motto. The article is written, of course, with great irony, although Piller adds a couple of arguments in favor of this idea. For example, the fact that after the Second World War a separatist movement appeared on the island, whose

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Democracy is dead in EU. Ursula von der Leyen won “election” against herself

Ursula won an “election” in which she was the only candidate by just 9 votes! By 383 votes European parliament confirmed Ursula von der Leyen for a five-year term as European Commission President. It’s baffling when they call it “election” because Ursula von der Leyen had zero competition. Standing ovation for Ursula who won in an election against herself by only 9 votes! Jeez – standing ovation for #UrsulaVonDerLeyen who won in an election against herself by – wait for it – 9 votes. Craven pic.twitter.com/t1L0cOfoqV — Claire Fox (@Fox_Claire) July 16, 2019 “This is the EU’s idea of democracy,”

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Harley Davidson has got a rival bike

“Panzerbike” made by Harzer Bike-Schmiede. Once, at one of the exhibitions in Germany, a prestigious device appeared – it was the biggest motorcycle in the world, but it was not its dimensions that astonished everybody it was about its individual components. The point is that it has the engine installed from the Soviet tank T-55! The project manager Tilo Neubel called it a kind of attempt to create his own version of “a German motorcycle with a sidecar from the time of the Second World War.” Obviously, in the process, the guys deviated a little from the topic, and in

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