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Russian language social media users have jumped to the defense of Jennifer Fichter, the Florida English teacher who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for having sex with three teenagers. And while Russian internet users have offered a number of reasons for defending her, everyone seems to agree that her punishment is unjust.
Earlier in July Wilayat Sinai carried out a number of attacks on Egyptian army’s checkpoints in Sinai, killing up to 20 servicemen.
Five have been killed during the holiday weekend, already, and police are working mandatory 12-hour shifts to deal with the escalated violence.
The US believes that Russia “doesn’t yet boast anything comparable to its latest US fifth-generation fighter jets, yet many countries in the world don’t have a need for the most advanced technologies that US boasts”, thus one outlet has turned its eyes to Russia’s fleet of aircraft and came up with a listicle of what it sees as the most dangerous.
Over the past few months, several NATO members have expressed concern over Russia's alleged violations of their airspace.
Testing for S-400 Triumf air defense systems is in the final stage.
There is something fishy about Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis' economic course, F. William Engdahl deems, dubbing the politician a "Trojan Horse" inside the Syriza party.
Meanwhile in Ukraine.
Mexican journalist Alfredo Jalife-Rahme argues that NATO moves and Eastern European governments' irresponsible declarations about the growing "Russian threat" risk turning Europeans into nuclear cannon fodder.
Four people have been charged with running or aiding a slave-labor ring that forced Guatemalan teenagers to work at egg farms in central Ohio, while having their money taken.
Wolfgang Schauble added that although the Greek debt crisis could potentially lead to a collapse of the country’s banking system, the European financial institutions are protected against the negative consequences.
A tragedy averted.
According to Heckler & Koch, they have already filed an application to Administrative Court of Koblenz.
The Kurdish forces are locked in battle only 30 miles away from the city, the news outlet said, citing local sources.
According to the official, a shell apparently exploded in its tube rather than firing correctly into the sky causing two to three shells to cross into the crowd.
Latvian media has reported on a new incident involving the country's Russian minority, after a local beachgoer attacked a Russian-speaking woman and her infant son, who were vacationing at one of the country's local beaches on the Black Sea.
Russia's Techmash is developing a new paint for its Arctic-bound military ships and submarines which feature upgraded stealth characteristics.
UK police are just “skimming the surface,” when it comes to cybercrime.
Head of foreign economic activity of the Russian aircraft manufacturing company said that Russia and India are ready to start working on a new multirole transport aircraft.
The first edition of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll) was published exactly 150 years ago, on July 4, 1865.