Posted on 24/04/2008 by matisak
And how much is Spain a conservative country. Carme Chacon was appointed to Spanish defense minister.
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Posted on 21/04/2008 by matisak
Manfred von Richthofen died 90 years ago, on April 21, 1918. He was born on May 2, 1892. He belongs to the most famous flying aces of all time. During the World War I. he scored 80 victories.
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Posted on 17/04/2008 by matisak
The protests against the torch relay continue.
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Posted on 14/04/2008 by matisak
It looks like the principle of retribution is still part of the society in United States and it helps politicians to be elected.
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Posted on 09/04/2008 by matisak
But will it influence somehow the communist regime in Beijing?
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