A child bride. The umpteenth. Needless to say.
The mystery surrounding Princess Diana’s death continues. Books and books have been written and countless newspaper articles have been made, from newspapers to gossip magazines. The royal family has been under review for a long time and even today the royal moves are being carefully analyzed to try to understand what is hidden behind that … More Lady Diana, the mystery continues
Olga, a teenager who, at the age of 17, challenged the police in Russia by reading the Constitution. The policemen surrounded them armed to the teeth but she did not let herself be intimidated and continued to read, read for freedom of expression, read to show that one can go against the prevailing thought. She … More Three girls, three big women
Doing sports is good and you need to keep your muscles in training. Every day we should do some training to stay toned and skinny. But in some cases it exaggerates and can hurt a lot. There can be very serious consequences if we do not get the effort right. Sport yes, but in moderation. … More When the sport is too much
A brief reflection on how much the market of the weapons is great. link: https://www.sipri.org/media/press-release/2019/global-arms-trade-usa-increases-dominance-arms-flows-middle-east-surge-says-sipri
The area of the Black Sea is strategic, all it takes is thinking that it puts in communication Russia, Turkey and Europe of the east. But this means that it is also an area of tension because here the affairs nations gravitate more, thick in contrast among them. And’ difficult to understand what it is … More The safety in the area of the Black Sea
The global arms industry is huge, thousands of companies that increasingly lethal weapons designed and studying every day and terrible. But what is the weapons market? What companies have more power globally? And what companies are studying the most destructive weapons and fund? Here is a brief report of Sipri, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, … More The global arms industry