Russian military planes fly near, or into, the airspace of other nations, or behave in other ways that NATO countries consider aggressive. These flights are often reconnaissance missions or military practice.
These maps show contradicting accounts of the Russian warplane’s path. http://nyti.ms/1YstKD4
Source: Newsweek Nov 6, 2015
The Islamic State’s staggering successes come at a cost. After all, it’s not cheap to wage war and manage territorial conquests whose population is now roughly the size of Austria’s (3 million).
The Islamic State also has a military of roughly 200,000, has access to the fifth largest oil reserve in the world, and has millions of dollars in donations to fund what they cannot steal. How is the Islamic State so successful?
A step-by-step guide to the rigorous process for refugee entry into the United States:
10 outdoor staircases around Los Angeles. Nine more for me to visit!
What exactly is the point of daylight savings? All that it does is create inequities across the country with respect to days with reasonable sunrise and sunset.
Since 1999, Belarusian music ensemble Stary Olsa (Стары Ольса) has been known for playing medieval folk music on traditional instruments, including the lyre, mandolin, flute, and gusli… Here, the band covers “One” from Metallica’s 1988 LP, …And Justice For All.