The result of the first leg of the Champions League qualifying games was negative to CSKA Moskva, losing 2-1 in Lisbon to Sporting Clube de Portugal but the tie for the Muscovites is very much down but not out. Sporting CP travels to Moscow defending a result crafted by Gutiérrez (12) and Slimani (82) after Doumbia equalized on 40'.
Election turmoil and Constitutional crisis sparks civil unrest - Burundi in deteriorating situation with killings, arrests and detentions. UNO speaks of multiple cases of torture and there are 200,000 refugees in neighboring countries as international observers speak of a humanitarian crisis.
Bereaved UK families who lost sons and daughters in the illegal invasion of Iraq have now threatened legal action against Sir John Chilcot who headed the near two year long, £10m Iraq Inquiry (30th July 2009 - 2nd February 2011) if a date for release of Inquiry findings is not announced publicly within two weeks.
China silences the reasons and consequences of the country's largest industrial disaster that happened in the city port of Tianjin on Wednesday, 12th of August. The blasts are still going on, residents take to the streets for spontaneous protests. So, what exploded in China?
Amongst the population of other western nations, Brazilians consume 4-5 times more sugar than the quantity recommended by the WHO (World Health Organization). Learn how it affects your eyes. Sugar consumption is growing worldwide and has become a major public health issue in several countries.
The Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic will participate for the first time in the African Games. The 11th edition of these games will take place from 4th to 19th September in Brazzaville, Congo and marks the 50th anniversary of these games. The first edition was in 1965. The decision to invite SADR was unanimous in the Association of National...
Why do the Americans regard the 6th of August as a Victory Day, but not a Day of Mourning for the victims of nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Do some Japanese really believe that the nuclear attacks were perpetrated by the USSR? Pravda.Ru conducted an interview with a well-known scholar, Hiroshima honorary citizen Vladimir Gubarev.
The United States must compensate Cuba for multimillion-dollar losses that the country has incurred as a result of the American policy of sanctions, the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, said as he turned 89. Why can't Russia ask the same for the sanctions that were approved without a UN resolution?
Every year, Russians "produce" up to 70 million tons of solid waste, most of which ends up on special landfills. Solid waste is the most massive product of mankind. Man produces nothing but waste. Everything that is touched by man turns into waste - this is only a question of time. There are things that last for minutes and even seconds.
It may be a surprise to those who have never visited the US, but the American people, when encountered individually, are some of the best one will ever chance to meet. Should a traveler find himself out of gas on a highway or alone in a city, an average American is always ready to help. Herein lies the greatest failing of these good people
Ebola Virus Disease, Western Africa, is a public health calamity which has not finished, is not in the past tense, it remains a serious threat which may be down but is certainly not out. A story forgotten in the international media circles, it is vital to retain the focus because indifference will condemn thousands more people to death.