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Photographer Gennadiy Mikheev: Moscow in the bold 90s | English Russia | Page 7

Photographer Gennadiy Mikheev: Moscow in the bold 90s | English Russia | Page 7

The Aral Sea in 1989 (left), and now (NASA Earth Observatory)

The Aral Sea in 1989 (left), and now (NASA Earth Observatory)

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Aral Sea: How one of the world's largest lakes turned into a ship cemetery (VIDEOS) — RT News

Aral Sea: How one of the world's largest lakes turned into a ship cemetery (VIDEOS) — RT News

Taylor Swift released her '1989' album this year to

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1989  "The Truth", the paper printed allegations provided to them that some fans picked the pockets of crushed victims, that others urinated on members of the emergency services as they tried to help and that some even assaulted a police constable "whilst he was administering the kiss of life to a patient.The front page caused outrage in Liverpool, where the paper lost more than three-quarters of its estimated 55,000 daily sales

1989 "The Truth", the paper printed allegations provided to them that some fans picked the pockets of crushed victims, that others urinated on members of the emergency services as they tried to help and that some even assaulted a police constable "whilst he was administering the kiss of life to a patient.The front page caused outrage in Liverpool, where the paper lost more than three-quarters of its estimated 55,000 daily sales

East German border guards stand on a section of the Berlin wall with the Brandenburg gate in the background on November 11, 1989 in Berlin. On November 9, Gunter Schabowski, the East Berlin Communist party boss, declared that starting from midnight, East Germans would be free to leave the country, without permission, at any point along the border, including the crossing-points through the Wall in Berlin

East German border guards stand on a section of the Berlin wall with the Brandenburg gate in the background on November 11, 1989 in Berlin. On November 9, Gunter Schabowski, the East Berlin Communist party boss, declared that starting from midnight, East Germans would be free to leave the country, without permission, at any point along the border, including the crossing-points through the Wall in Berlin

Aral Sea: How one of the world's largest lakes turned into a ship cemetery (VIDEOS) — RT News

Aral Sea: How one of the world's largest lakes turned into a ship cemetery (VIDEOS) — RT News

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