This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss cultural fragging and financial flashbacks. They also discuss Papandreou’s high frequency austerity measures for Greece. In the second half of the show Max talks to Ned Naylor-Leyland of Cheviot Asset Management about the latest developments in the silver manipulation case against JP Morgan.
France’s left-wing opposition struck a blow against embattled centre-right leader President Nicolas Sarkozy’s hopes for re-election Sunday, winning a historic victory in a senatorial vote. Duration: 01:23
Northern Chile is preparing for the “Atacama Solar Challenge,” where thirty solar cars from seven countries will participate in the three-day 1060 km-race in the Atacama desert. The teams present their solar cars in front of La Moneda presidential palace in Santiago ahead of the race.
Declaring that they were detained because of their nationality, 2 Americans held for more than 2 years in an Iranian prison came home Sunday, ending a diplomatic and personal ordeal with a sharp rebuke of the country that had imprisoned them.
The remains of extinct animals dating back to the Ice Age lie hidden beneath the permafrost of Russia’s Far East, Altai and the Southern Urals. The carcass of an ancient bison found in Magadan — one of the most extreme regions of Russia — has spent around 30,000 years in permafrost. It is much better
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A new Russian gimmick called the Sleepbox might be the solution if you want a quick nap on the go. Sleepbox mini-hotels are to help exhausted adventurers at airports and railway stations — crowded and noisy places that are not so good for a nap. Two young Russian architects decided to change that with a
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Protests for and against bullfighting took place outside Barcelona’s historic bullfighting arena on Saturday, as one of the last bullfights took place there, following a ban on the sport across the autonomous region of Catalonia.