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"Not those 120 sheep, a different 120 sheep!"
"A massive information attack has begun against the Prime Minister launched by forever fickle MPs, and those affiliated with different oligarchic groups."
Because how could it not?
"If you really do not understand then why are you here? To polish your backsides on these chairs?"
Watching this on loop might just be the perfect between-episodes-fix for compulsive addicts of the cult HBO show.
One of the few potential remaining checks on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's power has gone.
As Kazakhstan's economic crisis rumbles on, the authoritarian government's PR blunders go from bad to dangerously worse.
From sword-wielding nomads through commandos toting automatic rifles, women have played their part in defending the country's borders.
The cards mark Kazakhstan's National Day of Lovers on April 15, created by the government as an alternative to the Western celebration.
Fighting on April 2 was some of the most deadly the contested enclave has seen since an oft-broken peace in 1994.
Blood is thicker than water, and more important than prize money.
The world's most popular multilingual statistical machine translation service has a new addition: the Kyrgyz language.
This is the second major bombing to hit the Turkish capital in less than six months.
Kseniya Simonova shot to fame as a 'sand animator' after winning Ukraine's Got Talent in 2009.
"It seems it is time to start exporting organic fertiliser. This is a particularly promising direction, given we are now fairly deep in shit."
"People who seemed to be average shoppers and store employees suddenly burst into song, regaling store patrons with a piece from Verdi's opera, La Traviata."
Michael Mcfeat will soon learn whether or not he will face criminal proceedings for falsely claiming the Central Asian country treats horse penis as a delicacy.
'I even have an old reflex camera, a Nikon D70 -- quite heavy, by the way. That picture was taken from a height of about 6,500 meters above sea level.'
Could things get any stranger in 2016?
'The ideal 'kelin' pours tea with her right hand, but never a full cup.'
When will father come home? Sometimes months, sometimes years, sometimes never.