Wagner Chief Says War is a Failure
In his latest remarks, the Wagner Group’s mercenary warlord, Yevgeny Prigozhin, has again gone way off script, disputing the Kremlin’s rosy propaganda, even as the Russian military claims its first victory in months, with the recent seizure of Bakmhut. Of course, that utterly destroyed city was finally taken through the efforts of Wagner fighters, and at a staggering human cost, with U.S. intelligence agencies estimating 100,000 Russian casualties there in only the last five months.
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Challenges and Opportunities for Europe’s Metaverse Market
Challenges and Opportunities for Europe’s Metaverse MarketPhoto byPexels. The Metaverse, a virtual universe where people can interact with each other in a 3D environment, is rapidly gaining traction as an emerging market, attracting businesses, investors, and talent from all over the world.
Russia Claims Victory in Bakhmut
Russia declares ‘mission accomplished’ as Ukraine encircles the city. The Kremlin has reported that it has captured the obliterated city of Bakhmut after 10 months of the bloodiest fighting in this war, even as the Ukrainian military expands its grip on the outskirts of the broken city, threatening to encircle the forces within. The Battle of Bakhmut, called a “meat grinder” by both sides, has seen relentless urban combat, perfect for snipers and long-range artillery alike, as Russia sent wave after wave of Wagner mercenaries to take the city, block by shattered block.
Ukraine Will Get F-16 Fighter Jets
Russia threatens the United States with ‘colossal risks’. As the Biden administration rolls out the beginning of a training program for Ukrainian pilots on American F-16 fighter jets, in what is a major policy reversal announced at the G7 meeting that began at Hiroshima on Friday, the U.S. is opening the aperture for a major escalation of its military assistance to Ukraine, and its involvement in the war. Indeed, Ukrainian pilots will now be trained to fly American fighter jets, and in the next few months Ukraine will begin receiving and fielding F-16 warplanes delivered from third party countries, rather than the U.S. itself.
Ukraine Intercepts Barrage of Hypersonic Missiles
A victory for Ukraine’s air defense systems, and another embarrassing setback for Moscow. As Russia’s troubled invasion of Ukraine limps on, and the weaknesses of Vladimir Putin’s military machine are exposed, there was one weapon in Moscow’s arsenal that was supposed to be utterly unstoppable, impervious to any and all air defenses, the pride of the Kremlin: its Kinzhal or Dagger hypersonic missiles, capable of carrying both conventional and nuclear payloads.
Vladimir Putin is Paranoid & Afraid
A defector from the federal protective service reveals astonishing new details about the Russian dictator’s reclusive life. The KGB operative in the Kremlin must be horrified, watching the most sensitive and tightly-held information about him come to light, freely available to the Western news media and hostile intelligence agencies alike. It’s a security nightmare Vladimir Putin can hardly afford as he prosecutes his botched invasion of Ukraine, amid the ever-present threat of assassinations and palace coups.
Drone Footage of Aragonese Castle In Ischia, Italy
Here is some beautiful drone footage of the "Castello Aragonese" which is a castle in Ischia, Italy. It sits atop of a mountain on a tiny island, which makes it incredibly glorious to witness.
Fractures in the Russian Forces
Dire problems in the top echelons of Putin's military machine. “The Ukraine will be an extremely painful problem. But we must realize that the feelings of the whole people are now at white heat.”
Wagner Chief Commits High Treason
The Kremlin has a serious problem. The late Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya once said “a little dragon has been raised by the Kremlin. Now they need to feed it. Otherwise it will spit fire.” She was talking about Ramzan Kadyrov, Vladimir Putin’s murderous Chechen satrap, but it seems the Kremlin has bred itself another fire-breathing serpent, one that is perhaps even more dangerous.
A Humiliating 'Victory Day' for Russia
Massive military parades are a time-tested tactic for authoritarian regimes intent on flaunting raw military muscle, rallying the apathetic masses into a patriotic fervor, and signaling their own iron strength and unbreakable will for all the world to witness, but today’s Victory Day parade in Moscow may have missed the mark.
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Largest Nuclear Plant in Europe Evacuated as Russia Withdraws from Ukrainian Region
According to recent reports, the governor of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia province, who is backed by Russia, has ordered the evacuation of civilians from 18 communities, including Enerhodar. Enerhodar is the city where the majority of workers at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant reside. The governor, Yegeny Balitsky, has reportedly taken this step due to the increasing intensity of the fighting in the region. This move has raised concerns about the safety of the nuclear plant, which is the largest in Europe.
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Visit Naples Most Beautiful Courtyard For An Expensive 6 Euros
We visited "Santa Chiara", which is an extremely beautiful courtyard and church in Naples, Italy. However, it was a tad expensive to enter with a 6 euro ticket (about $6.50). However, it also includes access to a museum which we will check out next video!
My Wife Is Not Impressed By This Beautiful Place in Italy
While being in Santa Chiara, a truly beautiful place in Naples, Italy, I gathered my wife's thoughts and reactions. She did like the place, but I jokingly say she's not impressed.
Climbing the Pedestrian Walkway to an Iconic Place in Naples, Italy
Here we continue on climbing the pedestrian walkway to reach an iconic place in Naples, Italy, which is a pretty remarkable castle. Continue on our journey with us in the coming videos!
World War II's Most Sought-After Fugitive by the Gestapo: The Story of Nancy Wake
It is a hot summer in France. Germany had occupied France, and there were checkpoints at every junction to check the movements of resistance groups. A lady came to a German inspection point in a cycle and questioned the purpose of her travel. She spoke fluent French and told them she had traveled this far to visit a relative in a nearby town.