• Truth or dare: woman drinks beer from dead fish
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    Truth or dare: woman drinks beer from dead fish

    new york August 11, 2018 11:33 Hot Recent News

    A game of 'doing, daring or the truth' can lead to crazy things, but drinking a beer from a dead fish we had not heard before. The 28-year-old Aimee Lynn was challenged by her friends to perform the bizarre stunt, while the whole event was captured by one of the bystanders. The video appeared online and social media users find it disgusting.

  • Heat wave leads to famine North Korea

    Heat wave leads to famine North Korea

    geneva August 10, 2018 10:21 Hot Recent News

    The Red Cross fears a new famine in North Korea due to the heat wave on the Korean peninsula. The harvest of rice, maize and other crops threatens to fail and has 'possibly catastrophic consequences', warns the international aid organization.

  • The August war is continuing

    The August war is continuing

    moscow August 7, 2018 17:51 Hot Recent News

    Ten years after the five-day war between Russia and Georgia, which is being commemorated this week, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has informed the West that Moscow will regard NATO membership of Georgia as a provocation that can lead to 'a gruesome conflict.'

  • May takes over negotiations brexit

    May takes over negotiations brexit

    london July 24, 2018 16:45 Hot Recent News

    British Prime Minister Theresa May has formally taken the lead on the negotiations on the departure of her country from the EU. According to British media, this means that the Ministry of Brexit (DExEU) loses influence.

  • Trump: media want to confront Russia

    Trump: media want to confront Russia

    washington July 19, 2018 13:57 Hot Recent News

    US President Donald Trump reproaches 'reckless' media cravings for a confrontation with the Russians. 'The Fake News Media would like to have a big confrontation with Russia, even a confrontation that could lead to war', he complained on Twitter.

  • EU should prepare better for brexit

    EU should prepare better for brexit

    July 19, 2018 13:00 Hot Recent News

    The departure of Great Britain from the European Union will, with or without agreement on the divorce and future relationship, very likely lead to disruption. The 27 EU countries must therefore prepare more intensively for the brexit. The European Commission therefore warns in a statement about the consequences of the Brexit at the end of March 2019.

  • Fines for Pussy Riot after entering the World Cup final

    Fines for Pussy Riot after entering the World Cup final

    moscow July 15, 2018 23:48 Hot Recent News

    The members of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot who stormed the field during the finals of the World Cup football have received hefty fines. The band members who ran up the field wore police uniforms. They get fines for both the uniforms and entering the field. Converted the members must pay 2700 euros.

  • Analysis: everything possible again in game around Brexit

    Analysis: everything possible again in game around Brexit

    london July 9, 2018 18:15 Hot Recent News

    The Brexit that Britain plays now drives the Conservative Party apart. Prime Minister Theresa May, who unveiled her plans for a 'soft Brexit' on Friday, must now fear her political life. Two heavyweights from the party, Boris Johnson and David Davids, deposited their ministerial post. Especially from Johnson- in favor of a tough Brexit- is now expected that he wants to explain May paw. If he gets 48 supporters for a hard Brexit, the Conservative Party can vote on a new leader.

  • Little hindrance due to border controls Austria

    Little hindrance due to border controls Austria

    kufstein July 9, 2018 15:30 Hot Recent News

    Austrian border controls did not lead to long traffic jams, as they were feared. The country is holding checks at the border for five days this week because, according to the government, this is a good idea for the Ministerial Conference of the European Union, 12 and 13 July in Innsbruck.

  • Shopkeepers fear US for Christmas shopping

    Shopkeepers fear US for Christmas shopping

    July 6, 2018 16:33 Hot Recent News

    American retailers are already worried about Christmas shopping because of the import duties on Chinese products. The flaring trade war can also have consequences for consumer products, fears the National Retail Federation. The levies boost prices and reduce the budget for purchases in the end of season.

  • Wikipedia \u0026 # x27; s unattainable in protest

    Wikipedia \u0026 # x27; s unattainable in protest

    brussels July 5, 2018 09:24 Hot Recent News

    Several versions of the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia are unreachable on Thursday. For example, anyone who goes to the Spanish, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Catalan, Basque and Estonian reference works gets a message and can not read articles. This was done in protest against new European rules for copyright.

  • German suspected of poisoning colleagues

    German suspected of poisoning colleagues

    schloss holte-stukenbrock June 27, 2018 12:30 Hot Recent News

    The German police and the Public Prosecution Service look retrospectively at 21 deaths in a company since the year 2000. The suspicion has arisen that those involved have been the victims of poisoning their lunch packets.

  • Migration top: countries will, if necessary, cooperate in groups

    Migration top: countries will, if necessary, cooperate in groups

    brussels June 24, 2018 19:42 Hot Recent News

    The consultation in Brussels to find European solutions to the political migration and asylum problems did not lead to a breakthrough, but afterwards there were positive voices. The sixteen EU heads of government who were present agreed that Member States would try to relieve groups of people or groups in Italy and to prevent the arrival of asylum seekers through Europe.

  • Worry Timmermans for forced retirement for 27 Polish judges

    Worry Timmermans for forced retirement for 27 Polish judges

    strasbourg June 13, 2018 18:42 Hot Recent News

    Of the 72 judges of the Polish Supreme Court, there will be a threat of 27 forced pensions in three weeks. Frans Timmermans is very worried about this and is going to Warsaw again on Monday to discuss the rule of law with the government. According to the Vice-President of the European Commission, he is in serious danger.

  • Fear of rapidly rising oil prices

    Fear of rapidly rising oil prices

    June 12, 2018 13:15 Hot Recent News

    The oil sector represents the largest decrease in production capacity in thirty years. The buffer held by Opec countries is threatening to drop to 2% due to high demand, the bottom since 1984. In conflicts or production constraints, there is not much of a price increase.

  • Ask US for extradition FARC header

    Ask US for extradition FARC header

    bogota June 8, 2018 06:24 Hot Recent News

    The United States has asked the government of Colombia to hand over one of the former leaders of the FARC guerilla movement. The American embassy has submitted an official extradition request for Seusis Hernandez, who is also called Jesus Santrich.

  • Calls to another EU country up to 19 cents

    Calls to another EU country up to 19 cents

    brussels June 6, 2018 07:54 Hot Recent News

    Calling from the Netherlands to another EU country may not cost more than 19 cents a minute, an SMS no more than 6 cents. The Member States, the European Commission and the European Parliament reached a political agreement in Brussels on Wednesday morning after months of negotiations. The maximum rates must apply to all foreign calls and SMSes within the 28 member states.

  • Dutch research on rabies worldwide

    Dutch research on rabies worldwide

    lead June 4, 2018 07:33 Hot Recent News

    The Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) and the Eurocross emergency center are going to investigate rabies or rabies. In the Netherlands, the disease is rare, but around 60,000 people die every year from infection with the virus that is transmitted via bites from dogs, cats, bats and monkeys.

  • Trump can give himself amnesty

    Trump can give himself amnesty

    washington June 3, 2018 16:33 Hot Recent News

    The American president Donald Trump can 'probably' grant amnesty, but does not intend to. That said Trumps lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who pointed out that the constitution does not prevent the president from using that power in itself.

  • Conte sworn in as prime minister Italy

    Conte sworn in as prime minister Italy

    rome/brussels June 1, 2018 16:09 Hot Recent News

    President Sergio Mattarella swore Giuseppe Conte on Friday afternoon as the new prime minister of Italy. Conte is going to lead a populist government. Its objectives include reducing taxes, promoting prosperity and reviewing EU rules on budgets and immigration.

  • Lega and M5S agree on government

    Lega and M5S agree on government

    rome May 31, 2018 19:39 Hot Recent News

    The leaders of the populist Five Star Movement (M5S) and Lega agreed on Thursday in Rome after hours of consultation on their new government team. They have stated in a statement that it is now the intention that Giuseppe Conte, a barely known lawyer, will lead the cabinet.

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