Picture of a Russian Spetsnaz Soldier during training, back flip while throwing a hatchet. And yes it is a real picture, another one shows a Spetsnaz throwing a knife in the same manner.
Chinese doctor admits stealing newborn babies, selling them
BBC News: A Chinese doctor is accused of stealing as many as 7 newborn babies and selling them to child traffickers after she allegedly convinced parents to give them up after telling them the infants were sick, court and state media report.
Photo: Zhang Shuxia stands trial in Weinan Intermediate People’s Court in Weinan, Shaanxi province, 30 December 2013 (Reuters)
The Atlantic's Alan Taylor sifts through thousands of photographs to assemble his breathtaking In Focus galleries, covering everything from the conflict in Syria to volcanic activity around the globe. For the video above, we collected more than 80 photographs from the past year to create a three-minute montage set to a track by Broke for Free. The result is a visceral, graphic look at the tragedies and triumphs of 2013 and a tribute to the photojournalists who documented everything along the way.
Out with the old, in with the new. In 2014, Iran — and the related cruel war in Syria — will dominate Middle East headlines; tensions between China and Japan will top that region on America’s list of national security concerns; and the splintering of al Qaeda will force Washington to further rethink the war on terror.
Finnish soldiers with captured Soviet SVT-40 rifles at the parade captured Vyborg.
Photojournalist Catherine Leroy preparing her combat parachute jump with the 173d Airborne Brigade during Operation Junction City. February 1967
Thats one BAMF lady.
1959 dispatch of guidelines concerning the yeti from the US government.