3-Year-Old Russian Drummer Lyonya Shilovsky Performs 'Orpheus in the Underworld' With Philharmonic Orchestra.
Now this is talent.
Next challenge for him, Wipeout!
A violent 24 hours in Libya has left 61 people dead, raising the toll to nearly 150 in two weeks of clashes in the North African country.
An estimated 38 people were killed in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi as government forces clashed with armed Islamist militants on Saturday and Sunday.
Egypt, France, Germany, Indonesia, and Spain have joined several other countries, including the Britain, Turkey and the U.S. in recommending their citizens in Libya depart immediately.
A fire at the oil depot for the airport in Libya's capital raged out of control Monday after being struck in the crossfire of warring militias battling for control of the airfield, the latest violence to plague the country as foreigners flee the chaos.
Libya's interim government said in a statement that the fire could trigger a "humanitarian and environmental disaster" in Tripoli, appealing for "international help" to extinguish the inferno. It did not say what it specifically needed.
Ramaphosa was responding to questions from journalists in Cape Town on whether he thought the refusal by some prominent South Africans to sing the full national anthem meant the country's social cohesion project was failing.
"I don't believe that social cohesion in our country is falling apart," he said.
"We are about building a nation and we must extend a hand of friendship, a hand of continued reconciliation to those who feel that the national anthem does not represent them any longer, and it can happen on both sides."Well, that's great to know, Cyril! That you - the ANC - are all about 'building a nation' and extending your hand in reconciliation.
A senior French official said it seems unlikely that fighters in Mali had the kind of weaponry that could shoot down a jetliner at cruising altitude. While al-Qa’ida’s North Africa branch is believed to have an SA-7 surface-to-air missile, also known as MANPADS, most airliners would normally fly out of range of these shoulder-fired weapons. They can hit targets flying up to roughly 12,000-15,000 feet.
In the US, we used to promote these things with our youth. Now, it is all but prohibited in public settings. Only the parents can support these activities with their children. Now, our pubic schools focus on normalizing homo behavior and all manner of other leftist ideologies. We hold up the illegal immigrant to a higher standard than the productive citizen, we punish self-sufficiency, we teach our boys that women are stronger than them... we seem to be fixated on becoming a laughing stock just like France. Within a few generations, our two world powers will be China and Russia. Good luck, we will need it because we will be at their mercy and the US will be flying a Mexican flag
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