• Sunday is sacred again in Italy

    Sunday is sacred again in Italy

    rome September 20, 2018 06:00 Hot Recent News

    Italians are divided on the proposal of Minister of Labor \u0026 amp; Economic Development Luigi Di Maio, to keep stores closed on Sundays and during the holidays. Di Maio, of the populist Five Star movement, wants to ensure that families can spend the Sunday together.

  • Femen damages flower carpet in Brussels
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    Femen damages flower carpet in Brussels

    brussels August 19, 2018 19:00 Hot Recent News

    Two activists from the feminist protest group Femen have damaged a carpet of flowers in Brussels. They did so during a protest against the detention of a migrant family in a closed center. A Serbian mother is sitting there with her four children in anticipation of their expulsion to Serbia.

  • 'World's poorest president' refuses pension
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    'World's poorest president' refuses pension

    montevideo August 18, 2018 04:32 Hot Recent News

    Once he was 'the poorest president in the world' and even after his resignation as senator this week it is not a fat spot. José Mujica refuses a pension for the five years he was in the Senate after the same period as President of Uruguay.

  • 'I believe this is a harbinger for peace'

    'I believe this is a harbinger for peace'

    singapore June 12, 2018 05:36 Hot Recent News

    White flower arrangements decorated the long, laid table where the North Korean and American leaders took their seats around noon (local time). As a piece of culinary diplomacy on the menu both Asian and Western dishes. Among other things fresh squid, Korean stuffed cucumber and sweet-boiled pork are served while conversations continue.

  • Rome picks up Trevi fountain coins

    Rome picks up Trevi fountain coins

    rome March 29, 2018 04:39 Hot Recent News

    The many coins that are lying at the bottom of the world-famous Trevi Fountain thanks to the masses of tourists in Rome are a fierce struggle between the municipality of Rome and the Roman Catholic organization Caritas.

  • Police Toronto finds more bodies after arrest gardener (66)

    Police Toronto finds more bodies after arrest gardener (66)

    toronto February 8, 2018 21:06 Hot Recent News

    The Toronto police have now found remains of six persons in the investigation into a suspected serial killer. A 66-year-old gardener was arrested last month in connection with the disappearance of five people. Among them Andrew Kinsman, the owner of a house where the defendant maintained the garden in exchange for being allowed to store his tools and lawn mower in the garage.

  • Man drives on pedestrians in Germany

    cuxhaven November 26, 2017 11:03 Hot Recent News

    A man was ridden on a Sunday morning with a car on a group of pedestrians in Cuxhaven in the north of Germany. At least six people were injured. The police initially stated that there were no indications that it was an attack, but later said that the man was deliberately driven into the pedestrians.

  • Ticket of 5 years dead father

    nashville November 25, 2017 23:03 Hot Recent News

    The 21-year-old Bailey Sellers lost her father five years ago, but was still 'just' a flower with a handwritten card for her birthday. Just before Michael William Sellers died, he ordered flowers for the next five years. 'This is the last time', daughter Bailey writes on Twitter. 'I miss you so much, Dad.'

  • Charles Manson died: anti-hippie does not survive cell

    los angeles November 20, 2017 06:39 Hot Recent News

    The late sixties of the last century were a time of love and peace and flowers for part of Western humanity. From this subculture of the colorful hippies also less peaceful types came about and the last Sunday died Charles Manson is the most famous exponent of this.

  • Barcelona wakes up after terror

    Barcelona wakes up after terror

    barcelona August 18, 2017 07:45 Hot Recent News

    One day after the bloody attack on the Ramblas in Barcelona, ​​the famous street is again released by the police. Normal life is slowly starting. Residents of Barcelona take the metro to their work. At the entrance of the world-famous street are many police officers.

  • Manneken Pis 'on fire'

    Manneken Pis 'on fire'

    brussels August 16, 2017 09:51 Hot Recent News

    The beam of Manneken Pis reached the other side of the street on Wednesday morning. Whoever came from the famous statue in Brussels got a wet suit, it shows

  • 'Mini-Pompeï' discovered at Lyon construction site

    'Mini-Pompeï' discovered at Lyon construction site

    vienne August 2, 2017 13:09 Hot Recent News

    A full Roman-Roman district was discovered on a construction site in the French city of Vienne. The archaeologists believe that in the year 100 the inhabitants fled away by fire and thereby left their furniture. Many objects have remained in good condition, and archaeologists speak of a 'mini-pumpkin'.

  • Kenians in the ban of 'snow'

    Kenians in the ban of 'snow'

    nyahururu July 5, 2017 09:54 Hot Recent News

    Residents of the town of Nyahururu in the middle of Kenya did not know what they saw when they woke up on Tuesday: their roads and land turned out to have turned into a white plain. Many Kenians in the place do not know what to do with them. 'I've never seen such a thing.'

  • Most detainees Rotterdam free again

    Most detainees Rotterdam free again

    rotterdam March 12, 2017 14:48 Hot Recent News

    Most detainees were released Sunday were arrested during the night of Saturday to Sunday during the riots around the Turkish consulate in Rotterdam. Police arrested a total of sixteen people. Fourteen of them have been sent away, a spokeswoman said Sunday.

  • Fountains Rome spruced saving grace as riots

    Fountains Rome spruced saving grace as riots

    rome March 8, 2017 18:39 Hot Recent News

    Dutch restaurateurs in Rome began restoration work on two historic fountains. By a Dutch association founded in Rome has raised money for the restoration and also made donations in the Netherlands itself. It is a saving grace for the misconduct of Feyenoord fans which caused damage in 2015 in the Italian capital, around the match against AS Roma.

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