The BBC’s Steve Rosenberg travels 2,000 miles east of Moscow to gauge the mood of ordinary Russians.
Two people have been killed and one injured during a third night of unrest in the US city of Kenosha, sparked by the police shooting of a black man. Police said three people had been shot, but gave no details about who was involved. Source link Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn
First it was an economic collapse, then the Beirut blast, and now coronavirus. Lebanon has seen a record number of infections and deaths in recent weeks after the authorities relaxed restrictions over the festive period. Now they’re enforcing one of the world’s strictest curfews as the country’s hospitals reach breaking point. Reporter: Martin Patience Camera […]
Churchill created his painting from the balcony of the city’s Villa Taylor, beloved by the European jet set of the 1970s, after the historic conference in Casablanc, where the allies declared they would accept nothing less than Germany’s “unconditional surrender” in the war. Source link Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn