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11 Nov

100 Years of Respect for the Fallen
By: BRAMS | Published On: 11/11/19 8:57 am

Hundred years ago this day one of the most honourable traditions in the world was born. When the guns of the Western Front fell silent after four-year warfare during World War One it was the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918.

 

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27 Oct

The 40th anniversary
By: BRAMS | Published On: 27/10/19 3:08 am

Today Saint Vincent and the Grenadines celebrate Independence Day.

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15 Oct

A book about Gen. Shali
By: BRAMS | Published On: 15/10/19 7:17 am

The first biography on four-star General John Shalikashvili has been released by the University Press of Kentucky. Boy on the Bridge is a life story of a man who considered himself to be the son of two countries – the United States and Georgia – both proudly having embraced him while alive and respecting his memory in the afterlife.

 

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8 Oct

The Sci-Fi Queen is 70
By: BRAMS | Published On: 8/10/19 3:18 am

'Ellen Ripley' from the Alien franchise is a birthday girl today. The pioneer of action heroines in science fiction films has created an era, which put a solid brick into world cinematography.

Two Golden Globes (for Working Girl, and Gorillas in the Mist both in 1989) and a BAFTA Award (for The Ice Storm in 1998) winner, as well as a three-time Academy Award nominee, three-time Emmy Award nominee and seven-time Golden Globe nominee, has had a fruitful career, which gained her well-deserved adoration and love from fans.

 

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3 Oct

GEO 3:0 ENG
By: BRAMS | Published On: 3/10/19 2:12 am

40 years ago, on 3 October 1979, FC Dinamo Tbilisi defeated the Liverpool team before becoming UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Winner in 1981.

As it was a poxy rainy day, the Georgian fans joked that the Englishmen brought with them their national weather to spoil our warm Tbilisi, usually, lit with bright sunshine at the time of year. Otar Gabelia, the legendary Georgian footballer, recalled that after the victory on 3 October the Dinamo team used to say that the rain was typically Georgian weather, not English.

 

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