US government to its people: Stay away from these countries
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of Girona
To mark National Catalan day on Wednesday,Catalan separatists will attempt a 250 mile human chain along the coastline of the Catalonia region, in north-east Spain. This demonstration is part of the continued bid for a referendum for independence from Spain, which is strongly opposed by the Spanish government.
Global Gaming Expo.
Soldiers of the special warfare command give a demonstration on the eve of the Armed Forces Day anniversary.
Tōkaidō Shinkansen train in 1964.
“Bullet Train” was designed with the world’s most advanced at speeds up to 210 km/hr, a world record when it began service in 1964.
Public execution in Saudi Arabia.
Hundreds of people are executed in Saudi Arabia every year — because some executions are carried out in secret, no one knows the real numbers. In 2007, the newspaper Arab News reported that 400 people remained on death row in the province of Makka alone. There are 12 other regions in the kingdom, so the total number of people awaiting execution could easily reach several thousand.
This massacre proves, once again, that Western governments never miss an opportunity to tell Saudi people: “We couldn’t care less about your problems.” Even the U.N. High Commissioner’s office — which called on governments around the world to halt the executions of prisoners — refused to make any public pleas on behalf of these young men before the executions.
Soviet/Russian cosmonaut and Air Force Major General. On 18 March 1965, he became the first human to conduct extra-vehicular activity, exiting the capsule during the Voskhod 2 mission for a 12-minute spacewalk.