• King Filip to Spa after death agent

    King Filip to Spa after death agent

    August 26, 2018 13:00 Hot Recent News

    King Filip interrupts his summer vacation for a visit to Spa. In the night from Saturday to Sunday, a policeman was killed in a shooting. Filip goes to Spa on Sunday afternoon with the Minister of the Interior, Jan Jambon.

  • Tourist Bali on sharp after attacks

    Tourist Bali on sharp after attacks

    bali May 14, 2018 10:12 Hot Recent News

    Bali is sharp after the bloody suicide attacks of yesterday and today in Surabaya on East Java. At churches and tourist spots on the popular holiday island, the security measures have been considerably increased.

  • Attack Surabaya 'again committed by family'

    Attack Surabaya 'again committed by family'

    jakarta May 14, 2018 08:00 Hot Recent News

    The attack at the police headquarters in Surabaya was committed by a five-person family. According to the police, the attackers arrived on two motorbikes at a checkpoint Monday, where they blew themselves up. One of the children of the family would have survived the explosion.

  • Kill bomb attacks on Indonesian churches

    Kill bomb attacks on Indonesian churches

    jakarta May 13, 2018 05:51 Hot Recent News

    At three churches in the Indonesian city of Surabaya, bombs exploded on Sunday morning. According to the police, these are suicide attacks. At least six people were killed and at least 35 were injured, including two police officers. At a fourth church, the police could defuse a bomb.

  • Victims buried fire shopping mall

    Victims buried fire shopping mall

    kemerovo March 28, 2018 09:27 Hot Recent News

    In Russia, the first victims were buried from the deadly fire in a Siberian shopping center. The bodies of two children and one adult were taken to the cemetery in closed boxes, the Russian news agency TASS reported.

  • Stolen art treasures in tourist villas

    Stolen art treasures in tourist villas

    rome March 13, 2018 18:57 Hot Recent News

    Criminal art dealers have luxury villas for tourists on the Amalfi Coast, south of Naples, decorated with sometimes ancient stolen paintings. The Italian Marechaussee has seized a total of 37 works of great cultural-historical value.

  • Holy Sepulcher reopened after protest

    Holy Sepulcher reopened after protest

    jerusalem February 27, 2018 20:36 Hot Recent News

    The Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, where Jesus was crucified, buried and resurrected, re-opens the doors Wednesday morning. That is what Haaretz magazine has announced. The leaders of the three main Christian denominations closed the sanctuary on Sunday in protest against a municipal tax plan and the planned land policy of the government. Both proposals have been put in the drawer for the time being.

  • The intended prime minister wants more crosses on the wall

    The intended prime minister wants more crosses on the wall

    bad tolz February 26, 2018 20:00 Hot Recent News

    The dull Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder wants to see more crosses in public buildings. 'Getting crosses off the wall irritates me because they are not only a sign of faith but also a basic element of our human dignity. I would like people to hang up again, 'said the CSU candidate for the federal election Monday at a meeting in Bad Tölz.

  • EU parliament out of heavy criticism of Turkey

    EU parliament out of heavy criticism of Turkey

    strasbourg February 8, 2018 13:30 Hot Recent News

    The European Parliament condemns new human rights violations and the further erosion of the rule of law in Turkey. It rejects, among other things, the arrests of Turkish scientists, journalists, activists, doctors and citizens who have criticized the Turkish military operation in the northern Syrian Afrin region.

  • Sixteen agents killed in Egypt firefighting

    cairo October 20, 2017 22:39 Hot Recent News

    Certainly sixteen Egyptian security officers were killed in a firearm with militants on Friday. This occurred during a police invasion in their shelter in the western west of the Nile. According to the Minister of the Interior, a number of extremists have also come to life. The government units are still working out the area.

  • Tourist death by brokstuk church Florence

    florence October 19, 2017 16:24 Hot Recent News

    A 52-year-old Spanish tourist was killed deadly on Thursday by a piece of stone crumbling down from the famous Santa Croce Basilica in Florence. The fracture was probably part of an ornament of the god house where among others Galileo and Michelangelo had a grave.

  • Theologian Harry Kuitert (92) passed away

    Theologian Harry Kuitert (92) passed away

    September 10, 2017 21:36 Hot Recent News

    In his hometown of Amstelveen, Friday theologian and ethicist Harry Kuitert died after a short sick bed. That has let his daughter know Sunday. Kuitert was especially influential in the Protestant churches in the sixties and seventies, and was the cradle of the PKN, the Protestant Church of the Netherlands.

  • Florence puts water in against tourists

    Florence puts water in against tourists

    florence June 1, 2017 17:03 Hot Recent News

    In some places in Florence, Florence wants to act with water against the masses of tourists. For example, the stairs and squares will be wet for a few churches in the center around the midday. This is not only intended for cleaning but also to prevent the countless visitors from having a picnic.

  • 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.

  • Trump gives churches political space

    Trump gives churches political space

    washington May 4, 2017 19:45 Hot Recent News

    US President Donald Trump signed a decree on religious liberties on Thursday. That gives churches and other non-taxable institutions some space for political activities. That was forbidden by the separation of church and state. The presidential decree also weakens the rules for employers who are on a belief basis against childbirth.

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