What kind? How Deep? Just a scratch, or does it bleed... How did you get it? Did it cut like a knife chopping away, sucking out life can't stop the bleeding, no matter how hard you try making you scream, making you cry trying a band-aid, trying a patch just keeps on bleeding; not just a scratch. This cut goes much deeper, down into your heart can't stop the hurt, it's tearing you apart. When it heals over, the pain will subside there's no sense in trying to hide the blame you've brought upon yourself this cut goes too deep to place on a shelf. Calah Unknown http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/cut-26/
Hi one and all\rThis is a quick video a few people have asked me to make,\rHow To install Long War\rWhat to do when things go wrong and\rThe modifications i make post installation\r\rBefore anyone complains i had to update Long War and do the modifications anyway, i figured Id record it and help a few people out\r\rLinks to assets i used\r\rNet Framework\r\r\rReveal Perk Tree\r\r\rUPKUtils\r\r\rMy Celebrity Name List\r\r\rLong War\r\r\rDONATE TO LONG WAR\r\r\rTWITTER\r\r\rFACEBOOK\r\r\rSTEAM GROUP\r\r\rTWITCH\r
Après avoir récupéré les derniers morceaux de la Master Emerald et une énième rencontre avec Tikal, on retombe une nouvelle fois sur Chaos qui se veut un peu plus ardu que d'habitude :) Par la suite, Knuckles retourne sur son île pour restaurer la Master Emerald afin qu'il puisse continuer son rôle de gardien qu'il chérit tant ^^
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Russian President Vladimir Putin led a memorial ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Kremlin Wall on Sunday (June 22), laying a wreath in memory of World War II victims. The ceremony marked the 73rd anniversary of the Nazi troops invasion of the Soviet Union. Putin was joined by Russia's other highest officials, including Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu.
AFGHANISTAN - Operation Moshtarak has been hailed as a success by NATO and Afghan forces: the district around the city of Marjah is no longer in the hands of the Taliban. But from a humanitarian perspective it's not as clear-cut: an unknown number of civilians were killed or wounded in the fighting, and many fled leaving everything behind. Now the Red Cross says so many landmines were laid during the violence that a return to normal life will be almost impossible for civilians...
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Syrian President Bashar al Assad visited the tomb of the unknown soldier in Damascus on Saturday (October 6) to mark the anniversary of the start of the 1973 Middle East war. State television carried pictures of Assad laying the wreath at the monument at Mount Kassioun on the outskirts of the capital in the company of military and civilian dignitaries. Assad has seldom been seen in public since the uprising against his rule started in March 2011. At the start of the 1973 war Syria and Egypt brought Israel to the brink of defeat with coordinated surprise attacks on its borders during the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur. But during the tree-week conflict that ensued they failed to retake the Golan Heights which Israel had seized during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. Saturday was the fourth day of Turkish cross border strikes in retaliation for mortar bombs and shelling by Syrian forces that killed five Turkish civilians further east on Wednesday (October 3). The strikes and counter-strikes are the most serious cross-border violence in Syria's conflict, which began as a democracy uprising but has evolved into a civil war with sectarian overtones. They highlight how the crisis could destabilize the region. Turkish Prime Minister Tayip Erdogan said on Friday (October 5) his country did not want war but warned Syria not to make a "fatal mistake" by testing its resolve. Damascus has said its fire hit Turkey accidentally. NATO-member Turkey, once an ally of Assad but now a leading voice in calls for him to quit, has nearly 100,000 Syrian refugees in camps on its territory and has allowed rebel leaders sanctuary. Its armed forces are far larger than Syria's.
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi marked Army Day on Tuesday (January 6) by laying a wreath at the Unknown Soldiers Monument in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone. Army Day was inaugurated by former president Saddam Hussein and used to be marked with a show of strength by his armed forces at a parade ground built to commemorate the 1980's war with Iran. But this year's celebrations were reduced to a wreath laying ceremony with the army fighting Islamic State (IS) militants to the west and north of the capital. The Iraqi army, driven by sectarian divisions between Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims, put up little resistance earlier this year when Islamic State fighters mounted a major offensive. The United States spent billions of dollars training and funding Iraqi security forces during the occupation of the country following Saddam Hussein's fall in 2003 but Islamic State's lightning advance created Iraq's worst crisis since a U.S
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) On an official visit to Washington, D.C., Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Tuesday (January 6). The solemn ceremony took place at Arlington National Cemetery, across the Potomac River from the U.S. capital city. Earlier in the day, Pena Nieto met with U.S. President Barack Obama, where the two discussed economic, security and social issues including drug cartel violence and the 43 missing teaching students from Iguala. During the one-day visit, the Mexican president is also expected to attend economic meetings with U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden. It is Pena Nieto's first visit to the U.S. since November 2012, when he was president-elect. The visit follows Obama's trips to Mexico in February 2014 and May 2013.
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: China's President Xi Jinping paid his respects at the tomb of the unknown soldier in the shadow of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Thursday. Accompanied by his wife Peng Liyuan and the French minister in charge of veterans Kader Arif, Xi laid a wreath at the tomb commemorating France's war dead. The ceremony was part of a three-day state visit to France which will also see Xi attend a concert and banquet at the Palace of Versailles later on Thursday.
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Heavy fighting in the eastern Ukrainian port city of Mariupol left numerous people dead on Friday (May 9), according to multiple reports. One video from the city showed an unknown militant firing a rocket-propelled grenade on the street. Ukrainian forces brought several armored vehicles into the town, where a member of Ukraine's parliament said forces attacked the police headquarters in an attempt to drive out pro-Russian militants. The police building caught fire. The country's interior minister said about 20 people were killed in the city's clashes. Mariupol is a major industrial center with a population of about half a million.
Russian President Vladimir Putin turned out on Saturday to commemorate the anniversary of the start of World War Two in 1941. The ceremony took place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow, near the Kremlin. A military band played and Putin, together with other officials, laid flowers near the eternal flame. Nazi Germany attacked the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941, marking the beginning of what is known in Russia as the Great Patriotic War. Russia marks the end of World War Two with a nation-wide celebration held annually on May 9, also known as Victory Day.
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday met Russian World War Two veterans and laid a wreath at the country's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at a ceremony held during a visit to the Russian capital Moscow. The event took place ahead of a meeting with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov where he is expected to "make another stab" at seeing if the United States and Russia can work together to find a political solution to end Syria's civil war, according to sources in the U.S. government. Kerry is also scheduled to see Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday to discuss a wide range of issues including the Iranian and North Korean nuclear programs, Afghanistan and U.S.-Russian trade.