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Ramstein's Guitarists Kissed at a Concert in Russia

Paul Landers and Richard Cruse of Ramstein kissed on stage in Moscow to protest Russia's attitude toward the LGBT community, Contact Music reports.

The two guitarists from a German metal band exchanged a quick kiss while performing their song "Ausländer" in the Russian capital in 2019 as a political move designed to violate the country's anti-LGBT laws.

Kosovo ‘Won’t Forgive Serbia’ for Killing Civilians: Parliament Chief

Kadri Veseli at the commemoration. Photo: Kadri Veseli/Facebook.

Hundreds of relatives of victims gathered on Wednesday at a memorial to the 54 ethnic Albanian civilians killed by Serbian forces in the village of Poklek, 25 kilometres west of Pristina, to mark the 20th anniversary of the massacre.

Bosnian Serb Autistic Teen Allowed to Return to School

An empty classroom at the primary school Photo:EPA-EFE/Leszek Szymanski POLAND OUT

Natalija Trivic, Republika Srpska's Minister of Education and Culture, confirmed on Friday that 19-year-old Slavko Mrsevic, who has autism, may attend graduate classes with his peers after he was initially barred from attending high school.

NATO’s Intervention Changed Western-Russian Relations Forever

"Rambouillet is not a document that an angelic Serb could have accepted. It was a terrible diplomatic document that should never have been presented in that form," Kissinger added.

But it was not just the failure of the Rambouillet talks that triggered the 78-day NATO intervention.

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