In the movies the elite of contract killers are very well paid anonymous people equipped with the most advanced high tech willing to take down almost any target including famous politicians all around the globe.
I do not know how many times I have heard this from 2005. The attack on Iran seems inevitable! The George W. Bush’s war III is almost here! It is good to emphasize the danger of war but it is also good to use the real facts.
Pyongyang promises sacred nuclear war in response to the US-South Korea joint naval exercises.
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The International Court of Justice said Kosovo’s declaration of independence from Serbia in 2008 did not break international law.
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British Prime Minister David Cameron meets US President Barack Obama at the White House for the first time since taking power.
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Do you remember the movie The Spy Who Loved Me in which James Bond was directly working with KGB officer Anya Amasova. She wanted to kill him but they jumped into bed at the end. In the reality it would be almost for sure very bad for his career and the Western and Eastern intelligence agencies cooperated rarely in the time of Cold War.
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The Somali Islamist group Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the twin blasts which hit the Ugandan capital Kampala, killing 74 people.
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