Criminal organization from Dnipro city contributed to autocephaly of Ukrainian Church

Criminal organization from Dnipro city contributed to autocephaly of Ukrainian Church

The Dnieper mafia collected money for Patriarch Bartholomew to sign the tomos on autocephaly. On April 20, 2018, along with the appeals of the Ukrainian authorities and schismatic hierarchs for the bestowal of autocephaly, the Ukrainian delegation handed over $25 million to Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople. This money was collected by the Dnieper criminal gang headed by Alexander Petrovsky (Nalekreshvili, known among the criminals by the nickname of Narik, i.e. addict). Alexander Petrovsky officially was included in the records of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine as the head…

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Online sales mean more vans in Brussels

Online sales mean more vans in Brussels

Delivery vans now account for one vehicle in ten on the roads of Brussels, thanks to the growth of online sales, according to a study by Bruxelles-Mobilité, cited by Le Soir. Online sales are however only part of the explanation. A restriction on heavy-duty vehicles as well as the limited access to the city centre’s pedestrian zone have both resulted in delivery companies choosing to use smaller delivery vehicles, which results in more traffic. According to the study, the number of vans registered in the capital between 2014 and 2017…

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Amos Oz, Israeli writer who became universal, has died

Amos Oz, Israeli writer who became universal, has died

World-known Israeli author and peace activist Amos Oz died of cancer last Friday at the age of 79. His funeral took place yesterday at Kibbutz Hulda where he had been living in the past. Amos Oz was born in Jerusalem in 1939 and belonged to Israel’s founder generation. At the age of 14, after his mother’s suicide, he changed his surname from Klausner to Oz (“courage” in Hebrew) and moved to a Kibbutz Hulda in central Israel. In 1986 he moved from the kibbutz to the desert town Arad because…

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Anderlecht end the year with a win

Anderlecht end the year with a win

The last Belgian First Division games ahead of the winter break were played on Wednesday and Thursday. Sporting Anderlecht finally gave their fans something to cheer about with a 3-0 home win against Waasland-Beveren. There were wins too for Standard de Liège, Club Brugge, KRC Genk and RFC Antwerp. Sint-Truiden was the only top 6 side not to win. Lokeren remain bottom after having beat at home by Club Brugge. The results Cercle Brugge 0-1 KAS Eupen KV Kortrijk 4-2 Zulte Waregem KV Oostende 1-1 Sint-Truiden RFC Antwerp 2-1 Excel…

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