Acrorip 7.0.9 Cracked | Added By Users19
The Outsider (Izvestia) The Outsider () is a newspaper published in Moscow, Russia, and one of the country's best-selling daily newspapers. It was founded in September 1995 and is the second oldest Russian daily newspaper. The paper has been known for its uncompromising positions on various issues of public life. For instance, in January 1996, it published a story with the headline "A girl with no arms, no legs, no eyes, no ears and no nose is made a'super-person'. She is receiving euthanasia shots." In a story about the World Congress of Families, another Moscow-based newspaper, the Express Tribune, published a story about the article in which the author was quoted as saying that there was a "herd mentality" among homosexuals that they should not be attacked but instead need to be helped. The Moscow Times, however, has reported that the quote came from the original, Russian-language article. The paper was founded by Andrei Sannikov. References External links The Outsider Official website Category:Newspapers published in Russia Category:Russian-language newspapers published in Russia Category:Russian news websites Category:Publications established in 1995 Category:1995 establishments in Russia Category:Media in MoscowThis is a list of winners of the 2010 National Book Critics Circle Awards, honoring the best in nonfiction and fiction writing. One fiction award and 19 nonfiction awards were presented. The list of winners was announced on May 10, 2010, at a ceremony at the New York Public Library. Fiction Winner: Short Story for Adults (tie) "The Bees" by E. Annie Proulx. (Tie for top honors) Winner: Novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon. Winner: Children's/Young Adult 'The Paper Bag Princess' by Naomi Shihab Nye. Winner: Biography or Autobiography 'John Rabe: Witness to a War, 1945-1952' by David Campbell. Winner: Autobiography/Memoir 'My Invented Country: A Memoir' by Rebecca Solnit. Winner: Autobiography 'After Chikamatsu: The Meiji Revolution and the Creation of the Modern Japanese Stage'