The Voice of Russia 23 January 2013
By Italy will support the international mission in Mali. It is sending two transport aircraft C-130 and one Boeing KC-767A on service with the Italian Air Force.
Italy will support the international mission in Mali. It is sending two transport aircraft C-130 and one Boeing KC-767A on service with the Italian Air Force. (continue reading...)
EuropeNews 3 January 2013
By Nicolai Sennels
To EU it is all about power. Of course EU knew about the poor economies of especially the South European countries but used the situation like any other mafia and lended even more money to them so they could use it as an excuse for demanding power over the indebted nations
Not surprisingly it was EUs own honey pot that lured populist and opportunist - and primarilly Leftist - politicians to make risky plans for the future because they knew they would share the bill for their own supersized welfare services and low production with the rest of the Euro zone - as promised by the "helpful" EU.
With rules inforced by a self appointed commission, including a president whose name only few remember, EU breaks open our national borders and force us to live with millions of people with completely other values.
Italy: Muslim father kills children after his wife refuses to wear Islamic veil and threatens to leave
The club's current owner feels he is not the right man to get the Rossoneri back on track, and could be tempted to cash in if a good offer is made
AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi is ready to sell the Serie A powerhouse to Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the ruling Emir of the State of Qatar, as he feels the time has come to say farewell to his beloved club, Goal.com understands.
The Rossoneri are being plagued by financial problems and were forced to cash in on star players Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva in the summer transfer window, while experienced servants such as Alessandro Nesta, Gennaro Gattuso and Clarence Seedorf were also waved goodbye in an attempt to lower wage costs. (continue reading...)
VATICAN CITY – Fears of Islamic extremists, precarious relations with Muslims and secret conversions to Christianity sparked concerned debate at a global synod in the Vatican of Catholic bishops around the world.
Dozens of bishops from the Middle East and Africa expressed concern during the three-week synod which ended Sunday over the threats extremist Islam poses to Christianity and spoke of the difficulties of preaching the Gospel in majority Muslim countries.
The head of the European Central Bank (ECB) on Sunday threw his weight behind a German scheme to allow the EU to intervene in countries' budgets and propose changes before they are agreed in parliaments.