• 1.5 million penguins discovered

    1.5 million penguins discovered

    oxford March 2, 2018 12:54 Hot Recent News

    A group of no less than 1.5 million penguins has been discovered at the South Pole. They had always been overlooked so far. The Arctic birds live on a remote and inaccessible group of islands, the Danger Islands.

  • 'Quarrel led to chaos London'

    london November 25, 2017 20:21 Hot Recent News

    The British police questioned two men in connection with the alleged 'shooting' at the Oxford Circus metro station in London on Friday afternoon, reports the BBC. Later it turned out that sixteen people were injured by the panic that arose.

  • Subway station in the heart of London

    london November 24, 2017 17:12 Hot Recent News

    The busy Oxford Circus tube station in the heart of London was evacuated during the evening rush hour, but the reason is unclear. Armed police officers are in the station, according to eyewitnesses.

  • Ramadan takes leave after allegations

    paris November 7, 2017 16:27 Hot Recent News

    The internationally renowned Islamist Tariq Ramadan is currently not in a college hall of prestigious British Oxford University. The institution announced that the Muslim accused of rape had taken leave of absence.

  • University of Leuven deleted name Suu Kyi

    University of Leuven deleted name Suu Kyi

    leuven October 14, 2017 06:06 Hot Recent News

    The Catholic University of Leuven has removed the name of Myanmar government leader Aung San Suu Kyi from a chair. According to the Belgian newspaper Le Soir, the founders of the chair find that the Nobel laureate winner is no longer a positive example because she does not express enough views on the Rohingya crisis. In the meantime, more than half a million people from the Islamic minority group have been killed for the violence of the government army.

  • Oxford threatens sloppy homeless with fine

    Oxford threatens sloppy homeless with fine

    oxford July 26, 2017 17:00 Hot Recent News

    The English municipality of Oxford threatens homeless people who put their property somewhere with a fine of 2800 euros. Congregation and inhabitants adore swords who leave their shameful stuff for a moment, for example, at the door of a store.

  • Lifelong to plan hit concert Elton John

    Lifelong to plan hit concert Elton John

    london July 3, 2017 19:15 Hot Recent News

    A rationalized British teen who wanted to attack an Elton John concert in Hyde Park on September 11 last year, was sentenced to life imprisonment on Monday in London. The now 19-year-old Haroon Syed must be at least 16.5 years old before being eligible for early release.

  • Criticism on error English banknote

    Criticism on error English banknote

    london April 29, 2017 13:27 Hot Recent News

    On the new five-pound note in England there is a deliberate grammatical error. That's what the English newspaper The Telegraph reports. The bill, which carries the image of Winston Churchill, has been in circulation since the end of 2016, but now only rumors have arisen about the mistake. The banknote also contains a famous quote from Churchill. This reads: 'I have nothing to sacrifice but blood, toil, tears and sweat.'

  • Brexit in dictionary

    Brexit in dictionary

    oxford December 15, 2016 09:18 Hot Recent News

    'Brexit 'this month included in the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). British Prime Minister Theresa May has ever clearly said: 'Brexit means brexit' but the English dictionary explains this further increasing.

  • Hawking: 'Only a thousand years on earth '

    Hawking: 'Only a thousand years on earth '

    oxford November 18, 2016 12:18 Hot Recent News

    Humans can survive only a thousand years on earth. Those frightening prediction has the world's most famous cosmologist Stephen Hawking made during a speech in the British Oxford. The only hope for mankind? ASAP find another habitable planet.

  • Trump bots army glorified The Donald

    Trump bots army glorified The Donald

    October 18, 2016 10:00 Hot Recent News

    Who on Twitter debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton followed, was presented with a clear winner. Republican rival seemed to have wiped out completely. Now it appears that a third of all tweets from the Trump camp were from bots: an impressive feat of election manipulation so.

  • 'Shakespeare was not a language innovator '

    'Shakespeare was not a language innovator '

    melbourne September 7, 2016 15:15 Hot Recent News

    Literary Britain shaken to its foundations now wrote the Australian professor David McInnes William Shakespeare nowhere was such a great innovator language as the Brits would have you believe. The scientist claims that the famous Oxford English Dictionary (OED) greatly exaggerates when many words attributed to Shakespeare.

  • Anti-brexit protest in London
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    Anti-brexit protest in London

    london September 3, 2016 15:27 Hot Recent News

    Several thousand pro-Europe demonstrators Saturday in London took to the streets to make their voices heard against the proposed brexit plans. The so-called march was organized for Europe to exert pressure on the British Government to the process to leave the EU provisionally set out, as British media report. Similar demonstrations, calling precisely for closer ties with Europe, found Saturday in Edinburgh, Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge.

  • Dino-skeleton melts under the glass roof

    Dino-skeleton melts under the glass roof

    oxford July 28, 2016 16:54 Hot Recent News

    The Natural History Museum of the University of Oxford was thrilled about the restoration of the 19th-century glass roof, so it had become much lighter everywhere. But now that the light penetrating a withering heat and harmful UV rays of the building. The skeleton of a dinosaur, and all kinds of stuffed animals for example, do not seem to heat and radiation resistant.

  • Zikavaccins successfully tested on mice

    Zikavaccins successfully tested on mice

    June 28, 2016 17:51 Hot Recent News

    Two experimental vaccines against the dreaded zikavirus have been successfully tested on mice. After a single injection, the rodents were found fully protected when they are one or two months later were exposed to the virus that is transmitted by mosquitoes stabbing.

  • Cameron led Conservatives back to power

    Cameron led Conservatives back to power

    london June 24, 2016 09:09 Hot Recent News

    British Prime Minister David Cameron, who Friday announced his departure did for his Conservative Party what Tony Blair did earlier for Labour. He brought the party back to the center of power, while other parties did crumble their supporters. The Tories since then have been inaccessible to a civil war within the conservative ranks on British EU membership, the party nearly detonated and Cameron took the cup.

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