Russia fired at NATO ship near Crimea or not: secret documents surfaced in Britain

Secret documents from the British Department of Defense, containing information about the destroyer Defender and the British military, were found at a bus stop in Kent. The BBC reported in more detail. Some documents discuss the possible reaction of Russia to the passage of a ship through Ukrainian waters off the coast of Crimea. ...

Dozens of ships of NATO countries go to the Black Sea for exercises: Russia claims that it fired at one of them

Russia reported that its military opened warning fire on the course of the British destroyer Defender near the annexed Crimea. The British Department of Defense denies this. Writes about this BBC. The Russian Ministry of Defense said that Russian bombers used four high-explosive fragmentation bombs, after which the British ...

Guy stabbed two women to sacrifice to the devil to win the lottery

In Britain, a guy stabbed two sisters to death after trying to make a deal with a demon for sacrificing them to win the lottery. Writes about this Mirror. 19-year-old Danjal Hussein killed 46-year-old Bibaa Henry and 27-year-old Nicole Smallman in ...

The husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, dies

The husband of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, Prince Philip, died on 9 April. He was 99 years old, and this summer he would have turned 100. His death was announced by the press service of the royal family on its Twitter page. “With deep sorrow, Her Majesty the Queen announced ...

Hard Brexit Canceled: Britain and EU Agree

Britain and the European Union, a few days before the final withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU, managed to prevent a sharp break in relations and agree on how they should live, trade and cooperate from the first days of next year. The BBC reported on this in more detail. ...

'Learning to breathe again': what happens to patients with COVID-19 after resuscitation

“Psychosis, hopelessness and sticky horror”: British doctors told the BBC what new reality patients have to face after a long stay in the intensive care unit. There is no proven remedy for the new coronavirus yet, so the basis of any treatment is to provide the body with oxygen while the immune ...

Royal travels: how much do monarch tour trips cost

How much does it cost British taxpayers a visit by the British royal family overseas or an official travel to the United Kingdom? Found out the publication USA Today. The study did not include travel expenses for official travel by Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, who made official visits to Ireland, ...

Britain included the coat of arms of Ukraine in the list of extremist symbols

The Ukrainian Embassy in Great Britain demands that the counter-terrorism police remove the Ukrainian coat of arms from the list of extremist symbols. The embassy announced this on January 19, writes Radio Liberty. The diplomatic institution drew attention to a manual for teachers and doctors published by journalists, where among examples ...

Johnson won the absolute majority in the election in Britain: Trump congratulated him on the 'excellent victory'

The Conservative Party, led by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, confidently won early elections to the House of Commons. Johnson promises to immediately withdraw the country from the European Union. US President Donald Trump congratulated Johnson on a "great win." Writes about this BBC. The Conservative Party provided itself ...

Britain hunts inexplicably wealthy foreigners: Azerbaijanis first, Russians next

London is no longer a safe haven for the rich of all stripes. The British decided to complicate the life of the corrupt officials and criminals who had come in large numbers and for the first time used a new weapon - the right to demand the confiscation of property of those who could not prove that it was acquired in good faith, writes the BBC. The first victim ...

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