Month: July 2018

The Multi Trillion Dollar $ Cargo Business

Aerospace corporations around the world have developed a number of oversized planes to carry massive payloads, and they’re working on future designs that could carry much more bigger payloads Here is a look at some of the biggest cargo aircraft currently in operation.

Trump-Putin: Election SAGA

All the investigations into allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election have put a focus on the relationship between the US and Russian leaders.

But there’s a lot to take in, so we’ve decided to pull together the key elements that help explain this story – or a good part of it, at least.

All you need to know about penalty shootouts

Penalty shootouts are perhaps the most dramatic way to end a match, especially in a tournament as massive and meaningful as the World Cup. But newer fans to the game may not have seen them before, and they can take a bit to figure out and understand, so we’re here to help you figure out just what is going on.

Held by an Angel on Westminster Bridge

The two of them catch up in person every few weeks.

“Cristina is very strong and supportive. She’s just a genuinely lovely person,” Will says, meeting her gaze.

“A friend of my mum was talking to her recently about people have angels. She thinks you were an angel for me that day.

“I’m very happy you chose to walk on to the bridge.”