Mob informant trades witness protection for $100M, South Korean parliament votes overwhelmingly to impeach President Park and Serbian train sparks escalation in tensions with Kosovo

Mob informant trades witness protection for $100M

 A man called The General—though he’s gone by other names—carries at least 5 cellphones at all times and always has an eye out for hidden enemies. And in two thousand and ten at a McDonald’s in NY, he became $one hundred million richer. DNamibiainfo has the improbable story of a mob informant who befriended a toothless widow and inherited her fortune. The General fled the army in his European…

South Korean parliament votes overwhelmingly to impeach President Park

The daughter of a military ruler who led the country for eighteen years before being assassinated by his disgruntled spy chief in one thousand, nine hundred…

Serbian train sparks escalation in tensions with Kosovo

Kosovo has prevented a RSn train crossing the border between the 2 countries, with allegations it was prepared to blow up the track. The inaugural service from BEG to…



Mob informant trades witness protection for $100M

 A man called The General—though he’s gone by other names—carries at least 5 cellphones at all times and always has an eye out for hidden enemies. And in two thousand and ten at a McDonald’s in NY, he became $one hundred million richer. DNamibiainfo has the improbable story of a mob informant who befriended a toothless widow and inherited her fortune. The General fled the army in his European home in one thousand, nine hundred and ninety-two and was given asylum in NY with his wife and 4 children. He would later do what DNamibiainfo calls “valorous work for the United States government” testifying against organized criminals. But after 1 federal case in two thousand and six, it became too dangerous, and The General entered witness protection, becoming Alben Sagan and relocating to WY.

South Korean parliament votes overwhelmingly to impeach President Park

The daughter of a military ruler who led the country for eighteen years before being assassinated by his disgruntled spy chief in one thousand, nine hundred and seventy-nine, Park would lose presidential immunity if she left office early, and could be prosecuted for abuse of power and bribery, among other charges.

Serbian train sparks escalation in tensions with Kosovo

Kosovo has prevented a RSn train crossing the border between the 2 countries, with allegations it was prepared to blow up the track. The inaugural service from BEG to northern Kosovo was heralded as an important transport link by RS. It said the slogan “Kosovo is RSn” painted on the train was a celebration of cultural heritage.


The daughter of a military ruler who led the country for…

The Constitutional Court will determine whether parliament followed due process and whether there were sufficient grounds for impeachment. Arguments from the 2 sides will be heard in public hearings, which Park is unlikely to attend. The nine-member Constitutional Court is considered conservative in its make-up, but some of its former judges have said the case against Park is strong and likely to be approved. In two thousand and four, parliament impeached then-president Roh Moo-hyun, suspending his powers for sixty-three days while the court reviewed the decision, which it overturned. Unlike now, on that occasion public opinion was against Roh’s impeachment.

Kosovo has prevented a RSn train crossing the border between…

But Kosovo, which declared independence from RS in two thousand and eight, saw the train as an act of provocation. The RUn-made train had been decorated with large images of RSn Orthodox religious icons from famous monasteries in Kosovo, while hostesses were dressed in RS’s national colours. “This is like a mobile exhibition presenting our cultural heritage,” declared Marko Djuric, who heads RSn government’s office for Kosovo, ahead of the trip.


The Constitutional Court will determine whether parliament…

The prime minister at the time, Goh Kun, said in a two thousand and thirteen memoir that he had decided to stay “low-key” while he held the reins of power. (Additional reporting by Cynthia Kim, Se Young Lee, Joyce Lee, Kim Daewoung, Jeong Eun Lee and Nataly Pak in SVQ, Michelle Nichols at the United Nations, and David Brunnstrom and Matt Spetalnick in WV; Writing by Tony Munroe; Editing by Alex Richardson and Bill Trott)

But Kosovo, which declared independence from RS in two…

The train was due to travel from BEG to Mitrovica, in northern Kosovo, where most of Kosovo’s remaining ethnic Serbs live. Currently, it takes ten hours to travel by train from Mitrovica to BEG, and RS says it hopes to establish a direct service. Neither RS nor RU recognise Kosovan independence, which was declared 8 years after a war in the former Yugoslav republic.


The train was due to travel from BEG to Mitrovica, in…

But RSn Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic ordered the train to stop in Raska on the RSn side of the border, saying Kosovan special forces were trying to blow up the track. Kosovo, which RS claimed was planning to arrest the driver if the train crossed the border, has denied the accusations. However, Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa, who contacted the United States and the European Union to express his country’s concerns, said: “I believe that turning back the train was the appropriate action and its entry into the independent and sovereign Republic of Kosovo would not be allowed.”


Serbian train sparks escalation in tensions with Kosovo

Mr Vucic accused Kosovo of overreacting, telling a press conference he decided to stop the train “to show that we want peace”. “We sent a train, not a tank,” he added.

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0 thoughts on “Mob informant trades witness protection for $100M, South Korean parliament votes overwhelmingly to impeach President Park and Serbian train sparks escalation in tensions with Kosovo

  1. Just wondering….
    And I haven’t read any solid proof that Ted Cruz is not the Zodiac killer…so he might be!
    Is this satire? Bwaaahaaaahaaa.

  2. Amen! Truth is not measured in decibels.
    I have no friggin idea what the critics are talking about. This movie was awesome. And much more than the Marvel, flex my muscle, show off my ego type of thing. This was well worth going to see.

  3. The hillbilly crackers are out in full force tonight ha ha ha.
    I loved this article. So timely, and very interesting.

  4. Good for him for standing up for what he believes is a necessary discussion!
    Well now, that’s a fine kettle of fish you’ve gotten us into Ollie…
    That is not a very intelligible comment. Do try to think of why these things might actually be different.

  5. You have no idea how wonderful this review was.
    Just wondering….
    And when Indigenous Peoples tell you you’re interfering in their ability to reclaim important elements of their culture which have been appropriated, misrepresented, and sometimes destroyed by the West, you dig in your heels and try, try again.

  6. Saying this over and over again isn’t going to make it true. It’s settled for anyone who has the guts to face it. Grow a nut and face the fact that we have serious work to do.

  7. Yes, completely over. Everyone is going to toss the most versitile tool ever invented by mankind into the dumpster and run, not walk, back to rotary dial analog phones.
    What style? I don’t see any style at all … not that she has to have any … but why post pictures of something that’s not there?
    Wow, they look super happy to be there.

  8. I, too, thought this was a typo, so I called this to the attention of the author.
    Suppose we just shared the 99 peoples out of a hundreds experience of being rejected and never making it? Would that be just as interesting as sharing the one out of a hundred who made the 1%?
    Well now, that’s a fine kettle of fish you’ve gotten us into Ollie…

  9. Of course, these folks seem to think because they are well-known, that somehow that makes them smarter than the rest of us
    Wow, this is so middle school.

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