Today’s world would be unthinkable without Russian Revolution By Oleg Artyukov

12 November 2013 — Pravda

The Day of the October Revolution, November 7, is still a public holiday in Belarus. In Russia, it stopped being one after the collapse of the Soviet Union. More precisely, before 7 November 2004, the day was marked in calendars as a Day of Accord and Reconciliation. But the surrogate did not live long.

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Information Clearing House 11 November 2013: Poppycock – Or Why Remembrance Rituals Make Me See Red

11 November 2013 — Information Clearing House

Why France Sank an Iran Nuke Deal

By Robert Parry

Saudis and Israelis wanted to sink the negotiated deal on Iran’s nuclear program, so the French launched the diplomatic torpedo to take it down. But behind France’s action were Saudi financial muscle and Israel’s political skill.


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