Standing on the top floor of the giant Ukraine Hotel on the capital's Independence Square, guests may be forgiven in thinking that the crisis currently rocking the country is yellow and blue, the national colour.
Ukraine’s violent clashes over the last two days have some believing the end of President Viktor Yanukovych’s government is near. The violence comes after months of tension following Yanukovych’s decision to bring closer ties with Russia.
On this day 57 years ago, on October 23, 1956, an uprising began against Soviet rule by Hungarian students, joined by workers, teachers, and people from all walks of life, as well as all political stripes from monarchists to Marxists.
This week’s releases include a number of the latest seasons from a variety of TV shows; a real-life ocean adventure; a charismatic WWI miniseries; an intergalactic fight; an unsettling horror movie; and an illogical but entertaining shark picture.
Portraying the unlikely hero of the action/drama series ‘Revolution’ (now on Blu-ray/DVD), the former 'Twilight' actor sheds light on the first season of the hit show and what's next for the survivors of a world left in darkness in its sophomore year.
This week’s releases include an excellent family drama from a child’s perspective; a clever comedy about the apocalypse; an immature compilation of pop culture references; a couple of bloody horror flicks; and an environmental awakening.
Coptic Kristallnacht continues in Egypt. The Coptic churches cancel all Sunday mass for the first time in generations as a Muslim Brotherhood memo blesses Coptic Christian Church burnings in Egypt. These revolutions are preparing the way for the Mahdi.
The Obama policies are turning Egyptians against America. The ‘peaceful’ Brotherhood protesters continue torching Coptic Christian Churches. This type of anti-Christian bigotry is being under reported by the liberal media.
People look through windows of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich as anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev February 22, 2014