• Weather planned daycare fire in Sweden

    October 24, 2015 14:34 Hot Recent News

    Sweden has again been a fire in a planned shelter for refugees. Police suspect that the property, one building at a youth camp in the locality Eskilstuna, was set on fire. The building is placed in the night from Friday to Saturday completely reduced to ashes. There are no injuries.

  • Hearing Clinton particularly politically charged

    Hearing Clinton particularly politically charged

    October 22, 2015 23:57 Hot Recent News

    The interrogation of the American ex- minister and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stood Thursday in the first hour mainly dominated by politics. The actual subject, the attack on the US consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi in 2012 which ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed, was hardly discussed.

  • Quarter of Vanuatu parliament must in jail

    Quarter of Vanuatu parliament must in jail

    October 22, 2015 16:14 Hot Recent News

    About a quarter of the Members of Parliament of the Republic of Vanuatu in the Pacific disappear in one stroke behind bars for corruption. Fourteen of the 52 MPs let themselves bribe. Deputy Prime Minister Moana Carcasses had converted a total of 275 000 euro bribe down. It is still unclear why he made those payments.

  • OF celebrate 70th birthday in blue

    OF celebrate 70th birthday in blue

    October 22, 2015 14:51 Hot Recent News

    The United Nations existed seventy years. Which is celebrated worldwide on October 24 by exposing 180 sites in more than fifty countries in the official blue of the UN. The Peace Palace in The Hague in the Netherlands the blue object. Which announced the UN.

  • Cholera festers on in Iraq

    Cholera festers on in Iraq

    October 21, 2015 17:09 Hot Recent News

    Although the Iraqi government is doing everything in their own words to an outbreak of cholera in to stop the country are now more than 1,800 people infected with the bacterial disease. At least six people deceased.

  • Apple: iPhone not crack

    Apple: iPhone not crack

    October 21, 2015 13:51 Hot Recent News

    It is even impossible for Apple to get an iPhone data like this version 8 or higher and iOS operating system is protected by a PIN or password. That has let the company in a statement in court.

  • Rebels Donetsk pull heavy weapons back

    Rebels Donetsk pull heavy weapons back

    donetsk October 21, 2015 10:07 Hot Recent News

    Rebels of the self-proclaimed People's Republic of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine begin Wednesday with the withdrawal of heavy weapons. Warriors of the friendly People's Republic of Lugansk reported Tuesday that the withdrawal on their side of the front is completed by the Ukrainian army .

  • Twente holds solid lead solar race

    Twente holds solid lead solar race

    October 20, 2015 12:48 Hot Recent News

    The Dutch student teams from Twente , Delft and Eindhoven remain leading in the World Solar Challenge, a prestigious competition of solar cars across the Australian desert . After three days and halfway through the race , Team Twente managed to hold the lead. The Nuon Solar Team from Delft ended day three on the second place . The team from Eindhoven participates in another class , the category of family cars powered by solar energy , and is a close second .

  • Croatia opens unexpectedly border with Serbia

    Croatia opens unexpectedly border with Serbia

    zagreb October 19, 2015 23:09 Hot Recent News

    Croatia Monday its border with Serbia unexpectedly opened for refugees. On the Serbian side of the border kept themselves according to the UN refugee agency UNHCR estimated 3,000 people in appalling conditions . On the spot it's cold and wet weather . This was reported by the BBC .

  • WHO: fatalities constant at 1.25 million

    WHO: fatalities constant at 1.25 million

    geneve October 19, 2015 12:54 Hot Recent News

    Although the roads increasingly crowded remains the number of fatalities in traffic worldwide for many years constantly . Since 2007 , a total of 1.25 million deaths each year , according to a report published Monday by the World Health Organization ( WHO).

  • Guinea president reelected

    Guinea president reelected

    October 17, 2015 20:13 Hot Recent News

    The first free presidential elections in Guinea in almost sixty years have yielded a victory for incumbent President Alpha Condé . He may lead the West African country into another five years , it emerged Saturday after the counting of the votes .

  • North Korea welcome to negotiating table

    North Korea welcome to negotiating table

    October 17, 2015 10:47 Hot Recent News

    North Korea is serious about ending its nuclear weapons program , the country is welcome at the negotiating table . US President Barack Obama and his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye expressed Friday in Washington unanimous: the door is open to North Korea's presidential leader Kim Jong -un .

  • Camera captures details invisible fixed

    Camera captures details invisible fixed

    October 16, 2015 14:57 Hot Recent News

    How do you know if a piece of fruit just right, not yet ripe or rotting is it ? Beating, printing and smell can provide the answer, but in the future the camera of your mobile phone may offer a solution . Microsoft is working with the University of Washington with a camera that can detect details under the peel or skin .

  • Hommeles in Flemish public broadcasting

    Hommeles in Flemish public broadcasting

    brussels October 15, 2015 21:01 Hot Recent News

    In the Flemish public broadcaster VRT is throats . The editors of the news has lost confidence in the leadership of the VRT. Possible steps by the editors , another Belgian media reported Thursday . The dissatisfaction grew after public condemnation by directing a journalist after his interview with a former Syrian fighter in the television the appointment on Monday.

  • Terrorist Coulibaly had client

    Terrorist Coulibaly had client

    October 13, 2015 21:42 Hot Recent News

    The perpetrator of terrorist attacks in Paris in January , Amedy possible Coulibaly acted on behalf of an as yet mysterious instructor . This lead researchers away from e- mails that were addressed to Coulibaly , French media reported Tuesday .

  • Startups give Eneco energy

    Startups give Eneco energy

    November 2, 2015 00:31 Hot Recent News

    The energy business is changing . For gas and electricity knocked households until recently with their energy company. Nowadays, more and more households generate their own energy through solar panels. When home batteries appear that households and industry can store power for later use , the role of energy suppliers seems played out.

  • Coral reef bleaching worldwide

    Coral reef bleaching worldwide

    October 9, 2015 21:59 Hot Recent News

    The coral reef in the world is to lead to whitening. According to scientists, to 38 percent of coral reefs are affected thereby. The US and Australian researchers say the lead to whitening is a result of higher ocean temperatures. This would more than 12,000 square kilometers of reef may be lost, reports the newspaper Brisbane Times.

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