“Russia…as an authoritarian state, constantly needs to escalate the situation to demonstrate the need for such a regime in Russia,” Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks said.https://t.co/PtyUrapvtM

“Russia…as an authoritarian state, constantly needs to escalate the situation to demonstrate the need for such a regime in Russia,” Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks said.

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Second World War veteran – Tadeusz Cisek, passed away today (aged 99), in the U.S.A. He was paratrooper of the 1st Polish Independent Parachute Brigade (1. Samodzielna Brygada Spadochronowa (Polish), and took part in Operation Market Garden (September 17th – 25th, 1944). [1080 x 1620]

Second World War veteran – Tadeusz Cisek, passed away today (aged 99), in the U.S.A. He was paratrooper of the 1st Polish Independent Parachute Brigade (1. Samodzielna Brygada Spadochronowa (Polish), and took part in Operation Market Garden (September 17th – 25th, 1944). [1080 x 1620]

After 8 years with no changes to it’s old and tiny newsroom with a small video wall that was about to give up, Latvia’s state broadcaster has finally stepped into the 21st century with at least three big video walls and is finally broadcasting in full HD. A big day for the television in the country.

lfe-🤖: After 8 years with no changes to it’s old and tiny newsroom with a small video wall that was about to give up, Latvia’s state broadcaster has finally stepped into the 21st century with at least three big video walls and is finally broadcasting in full HD. A big day for the television in the country.

The hats of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (left) and the Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley (right) being presented to the French SAS during the ceremony where British Brigadier Michael Calvert handed over command to French General Auguste-Léon Bonjour, in Tarbes, France, on the 2 October 1945.

lfe-🤖: The hats of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (left) and the Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley (right) being presented to the French SAS during the ceremony where British Brigadier Michael Calvert handed over command to French General Auguste-Léon Bonjour, in Tarbes, France, on the 2 October 1945.