Rod Stewart Clowns Argentina for Pathetic World Cup Run

Rod Stewart Clowns Argentina for Pathetic World Cup Run

Rod Stewart Clowns Argetina … For Pathetic World Cup 6/25/2018 6:34 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Wanna see Rod Stewart mock Argentina for sucking in the World Cup and then defend Sweden?  Great, you’re gonna love this clip!  The singer — who’s a MASSIVE soccer fan — hit up Delilah for dinner over the weekend, when he […]

Russians’ interest in World War Two on the rise, poll shows

Russians’ interest in World War Two on the rise, poll shows

The majority of Russians remember the date on which Nazi Germany attacked the Soviet Union and about a third can quote stories from relatives who took part in WWII, according to a recent poll. The state-run public opinion research center VTSIOM released the results of their latest study concerning the history and legacy of WWII […]

North Korea – Sabotage & the US-China Conspiracy to Rule the World

North Korea – Sabotage & the US-China Conspiracy to Rule the World

The race is on between Donald Trump and the Democrats.  Who can screw up Asia quicker? Can the Democrats sabotage Trump’s North Korea deal first?  Or will Trump win the race to burn China, the rest of Asia, and the world economy to the ground with his $ 100 billion trade war trash fire? Meanwhile, […]

Will Ukraine Invade Donbas During the Soccer World Cup?

Will Ukraine Invade Donbas During the Soccer World Cup?

In the eighty-fourth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the frontpage articles from four Russian newspapers: Komsomolskaya Pravda, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Izvestia, and Moskovsky Komsomolets. He examines the chances of an invasion of the Donbas region by the Ukrainian military during the Soccer World Cup which starts in Russia on June 14. […]

11 unmissable wonders of the natural world

11 unmissable wonders of the natural world

By Richard Webb FOR 30 years, the United Nations organisation UNESCO has been augmenting its World Heritage List with sites of particular importance for biodiversity, geology and evolution. There are currently 206 of them, with a further eight nominations due to be considered this June. From bizarre geological formations and singular habitats to fascinating fossil […]

The curious fate of the eighth wonder of the world

The curious fate of the eighth wonder of the world

By Claire Asher IN THE early hours of 10 June 1886, the ground beneath Mount Tarawera on New Zealand’s North Island began to shake. After an intensifying swarm of earthquakes, the volcano erupted from three domes, spewing hot gases and rocks into the air. Surveyor Henry Roche observed the inferno from his camp nearby, describing […]

Captain Cook: The farmer’s son who re-drew the map of the world

Captain Cook: The farmer’s son who re-drew the map of the world

Welcome, stranger: Tupaia’s sketch of an encounter between artist Joseph Banks and a MaoriBritish Library Board In the 250 years since he set sail from Plymouth, readings of James Cook’s three maritime expeditions have zigzagged as wildly as the drunken-looking course of his vessels around the islands of the South Pacific. Did the self-made captain […]

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