• Russians are flying along North America again

    Russians are flying along North America again

    moscow March 28, 2018 16:33 Hot Recent News

    The Russian armed forces have again started flights for the purpose of fighting submarines along the North American coast for the first time since the time of the Soviet Union. This is what the Defense Minister Sergei Sjojgoe said on Wednesday according to Russian media.

  • Ivanka Trump to play closing ceremony

    Ivanka Trump to play closing ceremony

    washington February 21, 2018 21:15 Hot Recent News

    The White House has confirmed that Ivanka Trump attends the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Her father, the American president Donald Trump, asked her personally, let Washington know Wednesday. The purpose of her journey is twofold. She is going to pay tribute to American athletes and to emphasize the good relations between the US and South Korea.

  • British House of Commons agrees with Brexitwet

    British House of Commons agrees with Brexitwet

    london January 17, 2018 22:36 Hot Recent News

    The members of the British House of Commons approved the law with 324 against 295 votes, which will break ties with the European Union. That was a victory for Prime Minister Theresa May on her political opponents, who argue for a soft approach when they leave the EU.

  • ELN fighters kidnap employee oil company

    bogota January 14, 2018 06:27 Hot Recent News

    A Colombian employee of an oil company was kidnapped by ELN rebels. The abduction was a few days after the expiry of a cease-fire with the government, just when UN top executive António Guterres visits the country, reports the BBC. According to the police, the man was taken from his workshop in Saravena near the border with Venezuela.

  • Recalling French baby food extended

    paris January 12, 2018 19:42 Hot Recent News

    After the discovery of salmonella in a French factory for baby milk products, France has extended the precautionary measures. Producer Lactalis must recall all baby milk products from the factory in Craon, regardless of the date of production, said Minister Bruno Le Maire of Economy Friday after consultation with the concern. In the recall campaign, the first products concerned were those made after February 15, 2017.

  • State of emergency Pennsylvania in battle drugs

    harrisburg January 10, 2018 22:06 Hot Recent News

    The governor of the American state of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, has declared a state of emergency for combating drug addiction. Wolf regards the problem as an epidemic that has taken on a disastrous scale with the growing use of heroin and certain opiates.

  • Arrests for attack on Charlie Hebdo

    paris November 21, 2017 10:15 Hot Recent News

    The French police arrested three men on suspicion of involvement in the attack in Paris on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and the supermarket l \u0026 # x27; Hyper Cacher in January 2015. The arrests took place on Monday and Tuesday, according to the newspaper Le Parisien.

  • Online privacy law takes first place

    brussels October 19, 2017 13:18 Hot Recent News

    Better privacy protection of users of services like WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook Messenger and Skype is one step closer. The European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties voted on Thursday with the adaptation of legislation to ensure the confidentiality of electronic communications.

  • Brussels: No inferior food in Eastern Europe

    Brussels: No inferior food in Eastern Europe

    brussels September 26, 2017 11:30 Hot Recent News

    It is unacceptable that foods of the same brand and with the same packaging in Eastern European countries are of lower quality than in Western Europe. 'I am determined to put an end to this practice under EU law, and to ensure that all consumers are treated equally,' said EU Commissioner Vera Jourova (Justice and Consumer Rights). She wants consumers to no longer be 'misled.'

  • Participation Delft students sundownera insecure

    Participation Delft students sundownera insecure

    delft September 7, 2017 12:00 Hot Recent News

    The Delft student team Nuon Solar Team gets a serious backstroke for the pick. Airline companies do not dare to bring their handmade battery to Australia for the race with solar cars next month. This is due to recent accidents with batteries of aircraft on board aircraft.

  • 'Humanitarian aid can not go to IS convoy'

    'Humanitarian aid can not go to IS convoy'

    beirut September 2, 2017 15:15 Hot Recent News

    US fighter seizures prevent humanitarian aid from reaching a convoy of hundreds of IS warriors and their relatives. That's what the Lebanese movement Hezbollah reported on Saturday. It's about eleven buses from the convoy that ran into territory under the control of Islamic State.

  • Sea Shepherd throws a stir

    Sea Shepherd throws a stir

    tokio August 29, 2017 13:51 Hot Recent News

    The animal rights activists of Sea Shepherd are currently stopping their struggle at sea against Japanese whalers. Founder Paul Watson said, according to Australian media, it hardly competes with the 'military technology' that the Japanese use to protect their fleet.

  • Germany forbids extreme internet site

    Germany forbids extreme internet site

    berlin August 25, 2017 08:30 Hot Recent News

    The German Ministry of the Interior has forbidden the extreme internet site linksunten.indymedia.org. At the same time as the announcement of the ban, the site operators were searched for Friday morning in Freiburg buildings. No arrests have been made, but the police arrested computers.

  • Hashtag has been on social media for ten years

    Hashtag has been on social media for ten years

    amsterdam August 23, 2017 06:06 Hot Recent News

    It's Wednesday just ten years ago that the hashtag was introduced to social media. The fence # followed by a word or letter combination creates order on social media like Twitter and Instagram and indicates that a message matches a particular topic that is trending or not.

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