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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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The mass dismissal of surgeons attracted the attention of the Kremlin

The issue of the mass dismissal of surgeons from the Central City Hospital No. 1 in Nizhny Tagil requires a serious response from the regional authorities, said spokesman for the Russian President Dmitry Peskov. TASS quotes him on Monday, August 26th. According to him, the Ministry of Health is already studying this issue. On August 22, it was reported that six doctors from two surgical departments of the City Hospital No. 1 in Nizhny Tagil decided to quit due to high workloads and low salaries. The head of the department confirmed that the load level does not correspond to wages.

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Awesome photos literally made in a dump

Looking at photos in glossy magazines or in profiles of popular bloggers, we often think that their gorgeous pictures were taken somewhere in exotic countries or in fashion studios. However, in reality, this may not be so at all. Here you are some amazing photos that will prove that you don’t need a modern studio to make a cool shot. 1. Plant Any casual passerby, looking at this spot, will notice that there is nothing attractive. However, professional photographers differ from ordinary people in that they can see beauty in the most ordinary things. Then the photographer’s gaze caught hold

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Ukrainian judge called the only way for Poroshenko to avoid imprisonment

Former president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko faces a prison term. Several criminal cases have been filed against the ex-president. “Poroshenko faces prolonged imprisonment or emigration,” the chairman of the District Court of Kiev Pavel Vovk says. However, in his opinion, the former head of state can avoid this fate. According to the judge, this can happen only if the new government enters into an agreement with the former president to preserve a certain immunity of Poroshenko. If this does not happen, then the ex-leader of the state will have to ask for political asylum from other countries, otherwise, he will

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Economists predict a crisis in Russia after a year of trade war between the USA and China

In a year, the economic crisis will begin in Russia if the trade war between China and the United States continues. This conclusion was made by specialists from the Center for Market Studies of the Higher School of Economics, RIA Novosti reported. This is due to the fact that the tariff confrontation between the two largest economies of the planet is accompanied by a decrease in energy consumption in these countries. The result is a decrease in demand and a drop in hydrocarbon prices – the main source of income for the Russian economy. Experts are convinced that this situation

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How to use humidifier for cigars (humidor)?

What is a humidor? This is a professional cigar storage equipment. What is the difference between humidor and a regular box of cigars? The main purpose of the cigar box is a beautiful package that helps to attract the attention of the buyer, and also protects the cigars from external damage during their transportation. The main purpose of the humidor is to preserve the quality of cigars, that is, their consumer properties, taste and aroma, and in some cases, even increase it. A high-quality humidor, like a real cigar, can only be made subject to certain production technologies and the

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MiG-31BM fighter flight video in the stratosphere

MiG-31BM Russian high-altitude fighter-interceptors completed a training flight in near space, reports RT. At an altitude of more than 20 km at a speed of 2.5 thousand km/h, they worked out the interception of a conditional intruder of the airspace of the Russian Federation without involving ground-based air defense systems. The pilots also launched electronic long-range air-to-air missiles.

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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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Living in Los Angeles is getting worse and worse

Recently President Trump launched a new offensive against progressives while drawing attention to the decrepit LA city. Forget about Baltimore. If Baltimore was a toilet Los Angeles would be a 500-acre landfill. LA can truly claim to the accolade of being a king of the worst cities. There are now an estimated 60,000 homeless people living on the streets of LA. That’s a 75% rise in homelessness since 2012. A tremendous increase in trash and tents in a period of little over two years. What’s the mayor solution? To paint murals of homeless people because painting a mural of people

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How many governmental officials are there in Russia?

How much did the number of governmental officials increase during the years of Putin’s rule? Given that at this point, 100% of governmental staff is equipped with computers, smartphones, air and motor transport there should be a reduction in governmental officials, but we have the exact opposite situation. Way back in the USSR in the mid-1980s, the number of officials was about two million people. Now it’s much more, in the Russian Federation 3.8 billion rubles ($ 57 152 000) are spent daily on their maintenance. For every thousand people employed in the economy, we have 20.1 officials. In the

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The biggest failure of president Putin

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Putin’s permanent stay in power (even under the nominal President Medvedev everyone understood who was the head of the country), the people of the country remember everything: the destruction of freedom, the resurrection of censorship, the removal of the oligarchs and approximation of personal friends. But what is his major failure? The statists and even those whom the liberals contemptuously call “Putriots,” are forced to admit that instead of the rapid economic breakthrough promised by Putin, they’ve got an evident economic slowdown. The economy is stagnating: all its growth is banking speculation

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Drunk commander shooting at his own soldiers

The commander of one of the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, while in a state of intoxication, took assault rifle and began to shoot at his own soldiers, who tried to leave their positions in the Donbass. This was reported in the press service of the LPR People’s Police Department. Ukrainian soldiers with serious injuries were taken to one of the local hospitals where they are undergoing treatment, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the LPR People’s Police officer Ivan Filiponenko.

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10 ingenious things designed exclusively for women

Every year, hundreds of designers release new products designed for women. How to take a shower without ruining your makeup, where to hide your cell phone, if there are no pockets and purses at hand. We found answers to this and other important questions. 1. Stash in a comb Not only men have a stash. Women can also hide a certain amount of money for certain purposes. Where to store a female stash? You can do it in a comb. In addition, this accessory is useful when traveling or on the beach. 2. Protective visor A protective visor made of

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