Summary August 11, 2017

  • Out the trailer for a Comedy about Stalin’s death

    The film tells about the first days after the death of Joseph Stalin. The film will premiere in September at the International film festival in Toronto, and in world hire “Death of Stalin” will be released October 20.

  • Nadal lost 18-year-old canadian Denis Shapovalov

    Spaniard Rafael Nadal lost to canadian Denis Shapovalov in the match of the third round of the tournament of the Association of tennis professionals (ATP) in Montreal, Canada. About it the correspondent “”.

  • In Canada erect a chapel in honor of the Holy Royal family

    The chapel in memory of the martyrdom of the Holy Royal family will be erected in the canadian city Jacksons point, Ontario. The chapel will be built the local Church of the Smolensk icon of the Mother of God in memory of the tragic events, the 100th anniversary which will be celebrated in 2018, reports the website of the temple.

  • Garbine Muguruza: the Fight against Svitolina will be another battle

    Spanish tennis player garbine Muguruza told about his victory over Australian Ashleigh Barty in the third round of the tournament in Toronto and also has shared expectations from confrontation with Ukrainian Elina Svitolina.

  • Edmonton signed a rookie contract with the striker Yamamoto

    Club of the National hockey League the Edmonton oilers announced the signing of rookie contract with striker And Yamamoto. About it informs the official site of the National hockey League. The agreement between player and club is for three years.

  • Bobariko: experience of exhibition games Canada will help defeat them MFM

    Head coach of women’s youth team of Russia Yevgeny, Bobariko believes that the experience of exhibition games with Canada will help the team compete at the youth world Championships. Our team will play four games with Canada in calgary.

  • Makarova and Vesnina stepped in the quarterfinals of the tennis tournament in Canada

    Russians Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina stepped confidently into the quarterfinals of the tennis tournament in doubles, which these days takes place in Toronto, Canada. Our girls beat Canada Bianchi Andreescu and Kerson Bransten in two sets.

  • Iraq: Canada will increase the contingent of police officers in Mosul

    Canada intends to provide “stability in the region” and sent to Mosul 20 police officers. The government of Canada stated that the security forces of the country has made significant progress in Iraq with the liberation of Mosul. Canada will continue to support the people and government of Iraq, the report says.

  • Makarova lost to Safarova in the third round of the tournament in Toronto

    Lucy has recorded 12 aces, with 4 double. For an exit in the semi-final Safarova will argue either the German Angelique Kerber (3), or with the American, Sloane Stephens. “Championship” led straight text broadcast of the meeting.

  • Halep gave only a game Strycova in the third round of the tournament in Toronto

    25-year-old native of Constanta, which is in second place in the ranking WТА, played both break-points, won 5 games on the filing of the opponent, not made a single ACE and made 2 double faults. Barbora twice filed through, with 5 double.

  • In different parts of the Earth filmed several UFOs

    Users global “webs” suggest that in front of them flying saucers, others believe that the video shows the usual drones drones. Previously in Canada, UFO filmed unidentified flying object near mount Stawamus chief.

  • Dane Wozniacki reached the quarter-finals of the tennis tournament in Toronto

    Danish tennis player Caroline Wozniacki went out in the 1/4 final of tennis tournament in Toronto, reports “R-Sport”.

  • Tattoo artist draws cartoons on the bodies of visitors

    A resident of Canada publishes in his Instagram animated videos of the tattoos that it makes to its customers. Philip Berg fills everyone like tattoos, then photographs them and creates from pictures gifs.

  • DPRK authorities released the arrested in 2015 pastor from Canada

    North Korean authorities have released a canadian pastor lim Hyun soo, who was sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of Subversion. On it informs Agency Reuters. Convict freed for health reasons in accordance with the decision taken by the Supreme court of the DPRK.

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