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Russian Army: USA is now worried about their new capabilities

2018-10-04T19:45:38+00:00By |Tags: , , |

Military reform has given Russia new superior capabilities compared to those of the EU states. The US military is now worried about those facts. The Russian army in Syria is better equipped than ever before. Russian army conducts airstrikes in Syria. They sends bombers in the sky, performed on every few weeks. They also perform random checks

Number of people killed by the Police in USA

2018-10-11T07:13:47+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , , |

To overcome the lack of comprehensive statistics on police brutality in the United States, journalists launched a count of those killed by the Police. This statistic revealed that the Black and Hispanic communities are the most affected. Since early 2015, more than two people were killed every day by the police. Some victims of burrs,

Hillary Clinton Emails on the attack in Benghazi were published

2018-10-11T07:25:26+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , |

Hillary Clinton Emails on the attack in Benghazi were published on Friday. The 300 Emails published concerns the attack on Benghazi. The US State Department released Friday some professionals emails sent by Hillary Clinton from her personal Email box while running the diplomacy. We now know more about the highest level of communications in the

@POTUS the new Barack Obama twitter account

2018-10-11T07:35:09+00:00By |Tags: , , , , |

@POTUS stands for (President Of The United States) is the official twitter account of Barack Obama. The US President Barack Obama now has his own Twitter account. Father, husband and 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama now has its own personal Twitter account @POTUS. "Hello Twitter! It's Barack, "commented US President Monday morning

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be the 62nd prisoner sentenced to death

2018-10-09T12:52:07+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death on Friday for two bombings attacks in Boston. He will be the 62nd prisoner sentenced to death in Indiana, with little risk of being executed before long, according to the Information Center on the death penalty (DPIC). The death sentences at the federal level are "extremely rare" and this