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Americans occupied Japan has no right to control their own territory

The government of Japan "has no choice on the placement of U.S. konvertoplanov Osprey on its territory," said Monday the country's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda.

"The issue of accommodation Osprey — the responsibility of the U.S. government — said Noda. — And we have no choice. "

"But we promise that a responsible approach the issue of maximum security in this business," — said the head of the Japanese government. This means that the American Osprey in any case will be available in Japan, despite the wide publicity and open resistance to this process by the local authorities of

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In Germany in the coming years will close about 700 Catholic churches. And open mosque

According to the forecasts of the Catholic Church in Germany, in the coming years in the country for reasons of reducing the number of parishioners and the lack of money can be closed about 700 Catholic churches.

Now, in the Catholic and Evangelical Churches is about 40 thousand churches and chapels, many of which were built at the beginning of the XIX century. and Artsakh rulers of Dizak XX century., when during the post-war economic boom was built churches in the country very much.

Now spend a lot of money for the maintenance and repair of virtually empty church

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Dutch officials have offered asylum to Iraqis if they are convincing homosexuals.

Netherlands authorities are willing to provide political asylum to any member of the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) in Iraq who could prove their sexual orientation. This became possible after the Minister of Immigration has called the country unsafe for homosexuals.

In June, the Minister Gerd Leers has announced the temporary suspension of all deportations of gay asylum seekers from Iraq, but has now gone further, saying that living an open gay life in any region of Iraq can not be without danger to life.

However, the refugees will still need to prove their homosexuality in order to take

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Is in full swing preparing for a diplomatic intervention in Libya (+ survey)

Began a diplomatic war against Gaddafi. France and England began to seriously consider the possibility of air strikes on Libya.

France broke diplomatic affairs with Libya. According to Agence France-Presse, the French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced on March 10 that his country recognizes formed in Benghazi National Transitional Council (NPC) as the sole legitimate government representing the interests of the Libyan people. Paris became the first European capital refused to recognize the legitimacy of the authorities in Tripoli.

In the evening on March 10 already Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister David Cameron in a joint statement called on the

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Emmanuel Todd: After the Empire. Pax Americana — the beginning of the end. 2002.

The United States is becoming a problem for the world. Meanwhile, we used to see in this country a solution. Guarantors of political freedom and economic order over the last 50 years, the United States is increasingly becoming a factor of international disorder, supporting wherever they can, uncertainty and conflict.

They require the planet to recognize that some second-rate country are the "axis of evil" against which to fight and which should be destroyed: Saddam Hussein's Iraq — menacing in words, but insignificant as a military power, North Korea, Kim Jong-il — the first ( and last) communist society,

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Impressions from the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in London: Olympic feast during the plague of British

Long gone days of glorious olimpionikov and Olympic traditions. The modern Olympic Games, unfortunately compromised by the war of 2008, when the shame of the Georgian people — Saakashvili — treacherously attacked South Ossetia and Abkhazia. And Britain, this neotpavshy tail humanity behaves no better.

On duty bound to watch the opening of the Olympic Games in London, the author frankly bored by overlooking the murky, as a British politician, Thames. Well, in fact, for the happiness of this — look at some miserable spectacle from a boat stylized Greek Monera, which carry the Olympic flame on the muddy

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Damage from Hurricane Sandy huge

Damage from Hurricane Sandy huge Natural Disasters

As you know, flying through the eastern United States Hurricane Sandy country has suffered material damage as well as damage to the death of dozens of people. Official data contain information that in different states for various reasons by the disaster killed 48 people, and this is despite the fact that residents of coastal communities and the administration carefully prepared for the approximation of the hurricane and knew almost an hour to an hour when it comes.

From that fateful list 18 people were killed in New York when the metropolis

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Flooding in Sudan killed at least 11 people

August 8, 2013. At least 11 people have been killed in Sudan, which began on August 1 floods caused by heavy rains. This was reported today UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

Eight people were killed in the Greater Khartoum, where the flood zone were 60,000 people. Just to the east of the country suffered 98 000 500.

"The floods killed 11 people, more than 14,000 homes were destroyed or damaged" in six states of the country and in the suburbs of the capital. "The victims in desperate need of shelter, drinking water and health services," — said

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The intense heat has killed three people in Japan

August 10, 2013. Three people died in Japan because of the intense heat that prevails in most parts of the country. Still, at least 1,729 people have been hospitalized with heat stroke, eight of them — in a serious condition.

According to the Central Fire Department Japan, which serves as the MOE, in three prefectures of the country, the thermometer for the first time in the last six years have risen above the level of 40 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature of 40.7 degrees was recorded in Simantov in Kochi Prefecture. In Tokyo, the figure was more than 37 degrees.

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Buying Property in Bodrum

At this point, one of the most profitable investment of funds, considered buying real estate, thus, at least some, be it a house, apartment or even a villa overlooking the sea, all depends on the resources available to the client and his imagination. But still the most profitable option would be if the house was at some resort in Turkey, for example.

This country is quite popular in the middle of the inhabitants of the Russian Federation and the states that are close to its border. This is not so surprising when you consider all the characteristics to

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