• Fingerprints Rembrandt found

    Fingerprints Rembrandt found

    london November 21, 2018 14:32 Hot Recent News

    Sotheby's auction house in London thinks that two of Rembrandt's fingerprints were found on an oil painting that made the master of a young man. It seems to be printing his thumb. They were found in the original coat of paint, in a lower corner of the painting, under overcoating and varnish layers.

  • US has again become ambassador to the EU

    US has again become ambassador to the EU

    brussels July 9, 2018 19:36 Hot Recent News

    After more than a year and a half the United States has once again become an ambassador in Brussels to represent American interests in Europe. EU President Donald Tusk and the European Commission received the credentials of Gordon Sondland in Brussels on Monday.

  • Apollo astronaut Richard Gordon died

    houston November 8, 2017 05:45 Hot Recent News

    The American Apollo astronaut Richard Gordon, 88, died in California in his homeland on Monday. He was one of the few astronauts on the moon mission. He was the pilot of the Apollo 12 mission that flew to the moon in 1969. During his missions he made two space walks.

  • Profit Holland's Got Talent 'sweet revenge'

    Profit Holland's Got Talent 'sweet revenge'

    amsterdam June 24, 2017 11:15 Hot Recent News

    The hip-hop group The Fire has written history. They were sent home by the jury of Holland's Got Talent, but the audience voted with a wildcard for the final. They eventually won. 'We did not expect this. We thought, 'We're going to have a nice evening and show the jury they made a mistake.'

  • Sturgeon: come to Scotland

    Sturgeon: come to Scotland

    aberdeen March 19, 2017 14:45 Hot Recent News

    Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon has called on British opponents of the brexit move to Scotland. 'Come here, to live, work, invest or study,' she said under great applause from the gathered crowd at a meeting of its Scottish National Party Aberdeen.

  • Computer on your nose

    Computer on your nose

    March 6, 2017 11:09 Hot Recent News

    In just half a century, the computer is reduced from room-filling machine to a device that you constantly lose between the cushions of the couch. Good news is probably not a problem in the foreseeable time. Namely the computer sitting on your nose and adds useful things to the realities increasing.

  • Smallest transistor ever made

    Smallest transistor ever made

    berkeley October 7, 2016 08:27 Hot Recent News

    US scientists have managed to make the thinnest ever transistor. The so-called 'gate' (connection) is only 1 nanometer thick. That is five times thinner than before thought possible, 20 times as thin as the best transistors that are now on the market and 50,000 times thinner than a human hair.

  • Punishment for sommelier of Gordon Ramsay

    Punishment for sommelier of Gordon Ramsay

    london June 29, 2016 21:15 Hot Recent News

    The former sommelier of a London restaurant run by world-renowned cook Gordon Ramsay, has been tried for assault. Arnaud Bardary, himself no less famous for its wine knowledge, would after his farewell party at the Maze Grill colleague tackled rough in London's Mayfair district during a one-night stand.

  • Drunk blunderer sues bar

    Drunk blunderer sues bar

    June 28, 2016 13:24 Hot Recent News

    Barbering a seeker after an eight-hour drinking bout in the city of Richardson Texas caused an accident on the highway, dragging the cafe where he built his party to court. He wants a million dollars.

  • 'Landslides British politics'

    'Landslides British politics'

    amsterdam January 18, 2016 13:56 Hot Recent News

    The TV program X-Factor disappears, just as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The refugee crisis is doing less intense and Prince Henry is an important announcement. Nonsense talk of a drunk strawberry? No, these are a few of the very seriously predictions 'asparagus soothsayer' Jemima Packington.

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