Exactly according to my blog subtitle “Let’s do something useful
A series of blasts rocked an eastern Ukrainian city today, injuring 27 people, including 9 teenagers, in what authorities believed was a terrorist attack.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility. But opposition party led by jailed former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko suggested that President Viktor Yanukovych’s government may have organized the blasts in order to deflect the world’s attention from Tymoshenko’s imprisonment and reported abuse in prison.
It is look like something in a style 11/9, 11M or 7/7 just really amateur performance east Europe style?? A voices over Ukraine social media says it could lead to martial law or take provisions similar to USA or UK after terrorists attacks there.
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The only politician in the world to stand trial for his role in the 2008 financial crisis will learn his fate in Iceland today.
A court is to rule on whether former prime minister Geir Haarde was grossly negligent or not. The court will decide whether he was personally responsible for failing to rein in the country’s banking sector before it imploded.
Labour Party of Britain has suspended the membership of Lord Nazir over media reports. However, Lord Nazir has denied all media reports. Britain
The video was editing from collected or produced videos by Czech & Slovak youtubers during the protests in cities and towns across Czech Republic in 15. 3. 2012. Another mass protests been arranged on this Sunday 15.4. ten times more towns then last month.
The song written and sung by Karel Kryl. After Velvet revolution in Czechoslovakia (1989) he reportedly became disappointed with the transformation of society. He continued to write protest songs criticising the transformation of government until his death in 1994.
Many people of Czech (as well as Slovak) became disappointed later especially last 5-10 years. So they stop closing their eyes and came out on the streets and squares.
Thanks dejvidgerman for the video.
Riot police took to the streets of Spain as protesters burned bins, vandalized shops and attacked officers during a one day nationwide general strike. Spaniards angry with having the eurozone’s highest unemployment rate refused to go to work in protest at further crushing austerity measures being brought in by the new center-right Popular Party government.
Thanks RussiaToday for the video.
Saturday’s clashes mark one of the first significant outbreaks of violence in Germany connected to recent anti-capitalist demonstrations inspired by the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement. Police said they arrested 465 people during the “anti-capitalist day” march. A spokesman for the organisers, anti-capitalist alliance M31, said a group of around 200 protesters broke off the 6,000 strong demonstration and headed to the city centre.
Thanks Filmpiraten for the video.
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