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  • Khrushchev was stripped of the title of honorary citizen of the Polish Szczecin

    The city Council of Szczecin (Poland) deprived of the seven Communist leaders the title of honorary citizen. Among them Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, the first President of the people's Republic of Poland Boleslaw Bierut and the only one in the history of the Marshal of the two armies — the Soviet Union and Poland Konstantin Rokossovsky.

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  • The Belarusian opposition called for a boycott of McDonald's

    The youth wing of the unregistered party "Belarusian Christian democracy" calls to boycott McDonald's because of disrespect to its customers. During the unauthorized rally in Minsk on March 25 the staff of one of the restaurants kicked people out on the street and wanting to go is not allowed.

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  • Donald trump talked about the field's future grandson

    Donald trump without the permission of the declared sex of the baby, who is waiting for his son Eric. He learned about it in mid-March during a trip to Nashville, Tennessee. The news so excited the President of the United States that he immediately turned to the people around him and declared: "It's a boy! I can't wait!"

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  • In Sicily woke up mount Etna

    Sicily continues the eruption of mount Etna. Throughout March, observers reported lava flows that erupted from its muzzle. The Agency reports that last week the red-hot magma was in the snow: due to the ensuing explosion that scattered the stones throughout the County, injured ten people.

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  • Savchenko told about phosphatases to her Iraqi Prince

    Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Hope Savchenko said that during his service in Iraq she was married off to the local Prince es-Suvari. According to her, the Sheikh offered her the commander of a ransom of 300 thousand dollars. "The money went to the commander, and I just had to get married. I'm not offended," — explained the MP.

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  • Putin has restricted the ability to shoot and to broadcast from the courtroom

    The President of Russia Vladimir Putin signed the law forbidding to broadcast from the courtroom without the permission of the judge. The law has approved the amendments to the criminal procedure code, according to which the judge's permission is required as the open broadcast network, radio and TV, but also to make photo and video shooting as such.

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  • British media reported the injured Sharapova

    Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova preparing to return to the court after the disqualification, was injured in training. The former first racket of the world, returning home after a workout in Los Angeles, was seen with an ice pack on his left ankle. The degree of severity of injury not reported.

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  • The mechanism of the tax free spread of alcohol

    The mechanism of tax free will be distributed on alcoholic beverages, but will not affect other excisable goods, told reporters the head of the Department of tax and customs policy of the Ministry of Finance of the RF Alexey Sazanov. Earlier it was mentioned that the system will distribute all the goods.

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  • NATO declared Russia's transformation from partner to antagonist

    Russia has become partner of the US in its antagonist. As reported by RIA Novosti, said the commander of the United armed forces of NATO in Europe, the head of the European command of US armed forces General Curtis, Scaparrotti. He called for the strengthening of relations with Ukraine, Turkey and the Baltic countries.

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  • The interest of Russian tourists to Greece rose sharply this spring

    Demand of Russians for flights to the Greek island of Rhodes rose sharply this spring. According to the Turservis Kayak.ru the number of search queries for air tickets to this destination for travel March-may increased by 113 percent. The growing interest in flights to Athens in the spring was 73%.

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