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“Spacecraft assembly and test complex to be launched in Kazakhstan by 2016”, “Oman’s operatic shift in sound – and sin” , “China, Vietnam, Philippines collide amid escalating South China Sea tensions”, “The rise and rise of the "McMansion"

945 просмотрs “Spacecraft assembly and test complex to be launched in Kazakhstan by 2016” - A spacecraft assembly and test complex is planned to be commissioned in Kazakhstan in late 2015 - early 2016, Chairman of the National Space Agency of Kazakhstan Talgat Musabayev said at a briefing in the Central Communications Service. “China, Vietnam, Philippines collide amid escalating South China Sea tensions”- Tensions escalated in the South China Sea region this week after China, Vietnam and the Philippines were involved in a series of potentially explosive confrontations over disputed territory.

“The rise and rise of the "McMansion" -Between 2006 and 2012, Swedish photographer Martin Adolfsson set-out to capture the rise of gated, suburban communities in emerging nations around the world. “Ukraine crisis: Eastern rebels hold self-rule referendums” - Pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine's two eastern regions are holding "self-rule" referendums - a move condemned by the Ukrainian government and the West. Self-proclaimed leaders in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions are going ahead with the vote despite Russian President Vladimir Putin's call to postpone it.

“Oman’s operatic shift in sound – and sin” - Dubai, Kuwait and Baghdad have all announced plans to build their own opera houses, But this scramble to construct opera houses in the Gulf is more than just a trend. It represents a cultural shift in these conservative Islamic nations, where indulging in the pleasure of music has traditionally been regarded as haram (sinful).

“Nigeria abductions: Michelle Obama 'outraged' - US First Lady Michelle Obama has said the mass kidnap of Nigerian schoolgirls is part of a wider pattern of threats and intimidation facing girls around the world who pursue an education.

“Lithuania election: Incumbent Grybauskaite eyes second term” - Lithuania is to hold presidential elections, with incumbent Dalia Grybauskaite widely predicted to secure her second term. “Vladi­mir Putin’s new world order with the West” - The post-Cold War order that emerged from the breakup of the Soviet Union was doomed to fail because it rested on a belief that post-Soviet Russia was no longer a problem. Even when Western leaders realized that Russia under Vladimir Putin was becoming a problem, they exchanged political acquiescence with the Kremlin for economic benefits. Liberal democracies agreed to play a game of “let’s pretend,” in which they viewed Russia as a “normal country” while the Russian elite became integrated into the West — and corrupted the Western system from within. “London tops super-rich city list, survey shows” - London has more billionaires than any other city in the world, and Britain has more billionaires per head of population than any other country, new data showed on Saturday.








May 11 2014, 11:35

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