Archive for: October 2014

Donetsk Rocked By Explosion At Chemical Plant

A blast inside a chemical plant in Donetsk smashed windows over several kilometers away. The mushroom cloud visible from afar, rebels believed it was caused by a tactical SS-21 Scarab Missile. However, the origin of the blast couldn’t be verified as of yet.

Independent videos showed the area was still burning after the explosion.

Witnesses said it was one of the loudest and strongest explosions ever in the region. Despite the skirmishes between the Ukrainian Military and the rebels, witnesses took videos of the exploded plant.

The chemical plant lay in the outskirts of the city, a territory controlled by pro-Russian rebels. The skirmishes continued despite the ceasefire agreement last month. The explosion happened around noon on Monday.

Photos from sources showed damages to the exterior of the Donbass Arena. A meeting of the Donetsk’s People’s Republic was interrupted by the loud blast and caused participants to panic.

There is currently no action to the Ukraine crisis in Donetsk aside from the ceasefire and sanctions against Russia.


New Anti-Aging Procedure Approved by Government Agency

One of the hottest topics among people around the world is how to roll back the years of time and look younger. Unfortunately, the vast majority of “solutions” out there are nothing more than scam products, designed to separate hard working people from their money.

That is why a procedure called “Ultherapy” has been gaining a lot of attention recently, due mainly to the fact that it is approved by the FDA and backed by real success stories.


The man behind Ultherapy is a surgeon called Dr Craig Vander Kolk, and he has demonstrated the non-invasive procedure for multiple TV stations around America. In a nutshell, this new anti-aging procedure gives a lift to areas such as the jawline, neck, and eye areas of the face.

Mr Kolk commented, “It actually uses sound to generate energy and lift, tighten and create new collagen.”

If you are interested in this new procedure then you will be pleased to hear that it only lasts around 75 minutes and is not painful at all.

However, many people will be put off by the high cost of Ultherapy, as it currently costs over $2500 and only lasts for 2 years. With this in mind, it is definitely NOT something that will appear to the masses.

A far cheaper alternative to Ultherapy is a sweet potato and rice based supplement called Phytoceramides. The average cost of a bottle is only around $30 for a 1 months supply, and when used on a regular basis it has been proven to reduce wrinkles on many different areas of the face, such as the jawline, cheeks, eyes, and forehead.

You might be wondering where can i buy phytoceramides and get a money back guarantee? Without a doubt, the best place to buy Phytoceramides is Amazon, as there are many respected sellers on the site with thousands of positive reviews from real customers just like you.

Unfortunately, phytoceramides are not yet available to purchase in stores such as Walmart, Walgreens or K-Mart, although if they continue to sell at a rapid rate and rise in popularity then you could soon see them on the shelves in your favorite store.

At the end of the day, it really comes down to your expectations and budget. If you can afford to pay over $2500 and are prepared to keep having the procedure every 2 years, then Ultherapy could very well be a good solution.

Ultimately though, Phytoceramides is the clear choice for the masses, and at $30 a bottle you really can’t go wrong.

Leung Chun-Ying Refuses to Quit Despite Protest Deadlines

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive CY Leung refuses to leave his position despite the deadline demanded by Hong Kong Central protesters. However, he said that the Hong Kong government is ready to hold talks with the pro-democracy protesters.

“I want to continue my task of ensuring the one-person, one-vote election can take place in Hong Kong” said Leung.

Protesters in Hong Kong Central are calling for China to stop using pro-Beijing panellists to select the candidates for Hong Kong’s election for Chief Executive on 2017. They said that living under the “one country, two systems” should give them the right to full democracy.

Leung warned that protesters attempting to occupy government buildings will face “serious consequences.”

Meanwhile, many in mainland China, including tourists, have mixed responses to the Hong Kong protests. Some tourists from mainland China found it intrusive and inconvenient for their retail tour experience. For some, it served as an inspiration as no protest like such could ever appear inside the mainland itself.

Protesters said that they will remain in the Central district despite Leung’s announcement for weeks if no consideration for Hong Kongers regarding the elections would be given.

The UK Foreign Office and the US had announced that they are highly “concerned” over the events in Hong Kong and they are closely monitoring the situation’s development.