• EU wants to release 120 million for free wifi

    EU wants to release 120 million for free wifi

    BRUSSELS May 29, 2017 23:51 Hot Recent News

    There are free public Wi-Fi hot spots in six thousand to eight thousand municipalities in countries in Europe. The European Commission, the Council of Europe and the European Parliament have reached political agreement on the financing of these hotspots. They deduct 120 million euros.

  • Kim Jong-un present at rocket test

    Kim Jong-un present at rocket test

    SEOUL May 29, 2017 23:45 Hot Recent News

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was present at the missile test that was conducted on Monday. After the test, he would have commissioned or made more powerful strategic weapons, according to the North Korean press office KCNA.

  • Egypt cut jobs from NGOs

    Egypt cut jobs from NGOs

    CAIRO May 29, 2017 22:42 Hot Recent News

    Egypt has published a new law Monday, which strongly clogs the work of non-governmental organizations. NGOs may only do social or development work and must adhere to the state's 'development plan.' Donations of around 500 euros or more must be notified and approved in advance.

  • Egypt continues to bump extremists in Libya

    Egypt continues to bump extremists in Libya

    BENGHAZI / CAIRO May 29, 2017 19:15 Hot Recent News

    Egyptian fighter aircraft have launched new attacks on Islamic extremists in the Libyan city of Derna on Monday. The attacks take place in consultation with the Libyan National Army, said a spokesman for this Eastern Libyan faction, which is connected with Egypt.

  • Putin justifies receiving Le Pen

    Putin justifies receiving Le Pen

    VERSAILLES May 29, 2017 17:36 Hot Recent News

    Russian President Vladimir Putin justified the receipt of the nationalist candidate Marine Le Pen in Moscow shortly before the French presidential election. It was no attempt to influence, Putin said Monday after talks with the new French president Emmanuel Macron in Versailles.

  • Macron and Putin want fast Ukraine-top

    Macron and Putin want fast Ukraine-top

    VERSAILLES May 29, 2017 17:30 Hot Recent News

    France and Russia aim for a peaceful meeting in the so-called Normandy talks in the peace process for Ukraine's crisis-plunged Ukraine. In this informal group, Germany and Ukraine are also represented. The new president of France, Emmanuel Macron, announced this after a meeting with his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin in Versailles, Paris on Monday.

  • Kill by storm in Moscow

    Kill by storm in Moscow

    MOSCOW May 29, 2017 16:21 Hot Recent News

    During a heavy thunderstorm with hard winds, Monday in the Russian capital Moscow killed at least six people by swirling trees. Hundreds of trees went against the plain, wrote mayor Sergej Sobjanin on Twitter. About seventy people were injured, state agency Tass reported.

  • 'Tiger escapes in zoo'

    'Tiger escapes in zoo'

    HUNTINGDON May 29, 2017 15:00 Hot Recent News

    An English zoo was evacuated after a 'serious incident' on Monday afternoon. According to British media, a tiger escaped. It's about Hamerton Zoo, near Huntingdon.

  • 'Suspect Manchester followed flying lessons'

    'Suspect Manchester followed flying lessons'

    MANCHESTER May 29, 2017 14:18 Hot Recent News

    The British police arrested a fourteenth suspect on Monday in connection with the assassination of the American singer Ariana Grande. It is a 23-year-old British of Libyan origin. He was arrested at his home in Shoreham-by-Sea, in southern Britain.

  • Putin arrived in Versailles

    Putin arrived in Versailles

    VERSAILLES May 29, 2017 14:03 Hot Recent News

    Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Versailles on Monday afternoon. Putin talks about his work visit with his French colleague Emmanuel Macron. Macron has announced 'a demanding dialogue' with Putin. The Kremlin expects Monday, 'an interesting and honest discussion' between the two leaders, reported French media.

  • Leader protest arrested Northern Morocco

    Leader protest arrested Northern Morocco

    ALREADY May 29, 2017 12:51 Hot Recent News

    The 'face' of the violent protests in northern Morocco, Nasser Zefzafi, 39, was arrested on Monday. Zefzafi has declared himself leader of the protest that broke out in the Reef region. He had been fugitive since Friday and was hid.

  • Marawi again largely in possession army

    Marawi again largely in possession army

    May 29, 2017 10:45 Hot Recent News

    The Philippine Armed Forces have expelled extremists from terrorist groups from most of the city of Marawi. 'Our commanders on the spot have assured us that the end is almost in sight,' said Brigadier Restituto Padilla Monday in Manila.

  • 200 kilo shark jumps into fishing boat

    200 kilo shark jumps into fishing boat

    EVANS HEAD May 29, 2017 10:30 Hot Recent News

    A 73-year-old Australian fisherman was surprised last weekend by a white 2.7-meter white shark jumping out of the waves's 4.5-meter boat. The fisherman was then injured. According to Australian media, he was able to call for help via the radio.

  • Kill at championship football Honduras

    Kill at championship football Honduras

    TEGUCIGALPA May 29, 2017 06:33 Hot Recent News

    Prior to a football match for the championship in Honduras, five people died on Sunday. They entered the tribulation after chaos at the stadium's entrances. Another twenty-five people were injured, reporting the Honduran authorities.

  • US consider laptop ban on all flights

    US consider laptop ban on all flights

    WASHINGTON May 28, 2017 22:39 Hot Recent News

    The United States may wipe laptops from the airplane cabins on all flights into and out of the country. The US Secretary of Internal Security John Kelly said that in the television program Fox News Sunday. He did not mention a term. The government intends to 'lift up' for aviation security. This includes a stricter control of items in the hand luggage.

  • Sturgeon: at profit SNP new referendum

    Sturgeon: at profit SNP new referendum

    GLASGOW May 28, 2017 21:51 Hot Recent News

    The Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Sunday that if the Scottish National Party (SNP) wins the elections on June 8, her British colleague, Theresa May, can no longer refuse a referendum on Scotland's independence. That statement is no longer sustainable, said Sturgeon in an interview with the BBC.

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