Their customs. Issue number 3 (February 1-15)

February 3. The U.S. administration has increased the list of suspects in connection with the terrorists to 21 thousand Everyone entered into the black list of forbidden to board airplanes.

February 3. In Sweden, were arrested for the brutal murder of opposite-sex maniacs fell in love and start a family. Now she is a vampire and her lover, cannibal live together in the same cell psychiatric hospital special treatment.

February 5. Sundy Times of London magazine has estimated that the food and drinks for President Nicolas Sarkozy, France's budget cost of 15 thousand euros daily.

February 7. In England,

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Their customs. Issue number 10 (14 — 21 April)

April 10. Young Britons went to eat McDonald's.

April 16. Edition «The New York Times» has published the shocking details — in the U.S. Army suicides are 25 times greater than the dead on the battlefield. Each year among veterans of military operations recorded 6,500 cases of suicide (1 suicide every 80 minutes). This is more than the total number of U.S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq since the beginning of military operations (in 36 hours killed one soldier).

April 17. Expert of the Council on Foreign Relations, U.S. Micah Zenko announced the results of a survey

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Their customs. Issue number 5 (March 1-15)

In London, judged gang of eight teenagers, who for months had been tortured and raped 11-year-old girl.

Eighth in a row an American State — Maryland — has legalized same-sex marriage.

Foyer Latvian Television (LTV) to decorate the new panels, which posted pictures of staff, forming the shape of the Nazi swastika.

In the U.S. state of Texas killed one and wounded three, as a result of fire, arranged by the accused during a criminal trial.

In the U.S. Boston (Mass.) exploded transformer substation. Hundreds of police sent to the streets of the city is without power to prevent

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In the east of India lightning killed 32 people, including the victims have children

October 7, 2013. The powerful storm hit the Indian states of Bihar and Jharkhand. Lightning killed 32 people, including nine children. The last time such a storm passed to the east of India last summer, killing 27 people.

In the state of Bihar from lightning strikes killed 24 people, including seven children. Told this to the Minister for Emergency Situations of the State of Renu Kumari Kushvaha.

In the neighboring state of Jharkhand lightning killed eight people, including two children, writes The Daily Mail.

"Lightning strike into people is not uncommon in the monsoon season, but so many people die

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Their customs. Issue number 4 (15-29 Feb)

February 16. As part of the program for the protection of U.S. troops in combat, the Pentagon will get the next super-weapon — blue boxes to kill flies.

February 17. Airport workers Frankfurt am Main (Germany's largest) went on strike. Canceled more than 500 flights.

February 19. In Spain are the biggest strike since 1988. More than a million people took to the streets to protest against the Government's labor reform.

February 22. The carnage in the state of Georgia. The offender shot at the spa, four people, and then killed himself.

February 22. Feminists have made France the

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Stability in U.S.

Police officers killed in New York arrow that killed four people

64-year-old Kurt Myers started shooting, first on the walls in his own apartment. Then the old man went to a barber shop around the corner from a pistol and killed two visitors. Owner of the establishment and another man were taken to hospital with serious injuries. At that Myers did not stop and drove to a nearby settlement Herkimer, where a car wash was shot two more people. Later, he barricaded himself in his home.

In the morning the police stormed. First they launched a dog into a

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The victims of bad weather in southern China were 55 people

May 17, 2013. Continuing with the environment in 10 southern provinces of China torrential rains accompanied by thunderstorms in some areas, high winds and hail, but also caused floods in some places, floods and landslides have killed 55 people, another 14 were missing, the ministry said on Friday Civil Affairs of the PRC.

As of 20.00 (16.00 MSK) Friday, from elements in the most affected province of Guangdong, where 36 people were killed and 10 remain missing.

In Jiangxi Province victims of disaster are six people, four were missing. Three people were killed in the provinces of Fujian, Hunan and

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The executions of peaceful demonstrations in the United States

March 7, 1932. The Great Depression. The shooting of the hungry march in Detroit occurred when the starving unemployed workers automobile factories took to the streets with economic demands. The police and the armed services, Henry Ford opened fire on the workers, as a result of the four were killed, more than sixty people were injured (one of whom died from his injuries three months later.)

July 17, 1932. The bonus march. The shooting of thousands of protesters on World War I veterans in Washington. Against veterans, many of whom came with their families, were sent regular troops and

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The War on Terror

What is in fact the "war on terror"? Why, when innocent people are being killed terrorists — it's bad, but when it does the same thing the U.S. government, it's good? What's going on there, where the U.S. and its allies "have brought freedom and democracy"? In search of answers to these questions, John Pilger goes to where the unfolding "war on terror." The author gives all parties to speak — an American whose brother was killed on Sept. 11, and Afghan women, whose family was killed by "retaliation for the attacks on September 11." He speaks

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Made from them — 35

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Rupert Murdoch apologized for the caricature of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, published in the British newspaper he owns The Sunday Times. "We need to bring deep apologies for this grotesque, insulting caricature" — forced to defend the media mogul after it traversed the Jews of the British community

Obama signed a law approved earlier by both houses of Congress, which authorizes U.S. intelligence agencies without a court order to listen to phone conversations and view e-mail foreigners outside the United States. Two weeks later an American non-governmental organization Freedom House has published an annual report in which

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