• Russia employs 23 British diplomats

    moscow March 17, 2018 09:06 Hot Recent News

    Russia will deploy 23 British diplomats in the short term. The British ambassador Laurie Bristow was summoned by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Moscow on Saturday morning and heard the measure there.

  • The Skripals would have been poisoned at home

    The Skripals would have been poisoned at home

    salibury March 9, 2018 18:39 Hot Recent News

    The British police assume that the former Russian double spy Sergej Skripal and his daughter Joelia have been poisoned in the home of Skripal in Salisbury. This reported SkyNews. The researchers of the enigmatic assassination attempt with a kind of nerve gas extend their research area.

  • More twitterers saw Russian messages

    More twitterers saw Russian messages

    san francisco February 1, 2018 15:45 Hot Recent News

    In the run-up to the US presidential elections, more American Twitter users than thought they saw messages from Russian fake accounts. It now involves 1.4 million people. They retweeted or liked messages from Russian accounts, or responded to them, or followed the accounts. Previously, it involved more than 677,000 people.

  • Russian secret service kills IS-trailer

    Russian secret service kills IS-trailer

    moscow February 1, 2018 10:42 Hot Recent News

    Russian special forces killed a suspected supporter of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization. The suspect tried to defend himself armed with his arrest in Nizhny Novgorod northeast of Moscow, said the domestic security service FSB.

  • Navalni arrested in Moscow

    Navalni arrested in Moscow

    moscow January 28, 2018 12:09 Hot Recent News

    Russian opposition leader Aleksej Navalni was arrested in a Moscow demonstration. Navalni arrived at a demonstration against the government of President Putin and the presidential election that in March, according to him, not fair. He was immediately arrested, according to followers and eyewitnesses because the demonstration in the center of Moscow was not allowed.

  • Bizarre: blue snow in St. Petersburg

    st.petersburg December 28, 2017 12:45 Hot Recent News

    The inhabitants of the Russian city of St. Petersburg are faced with a big mystery. The streets of the city have been covered with a thick layer of blue snow for a few days. The bizarre phenomenon is recorded on video images.

  • Pope advocates two-state solution

    vatican city December 25, 2017 13:42 Hot Recent News

    Pope Francis has argued in his Christmas message for a two-state solution to put an end to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. The church prince expressed from the balcony of Saint Peter's Basilica the hope that the parties could settle their disputes peacefully.

  • US helps Putin prevent attack

    moscow December 17, 2017 17:33 Hot Recent News

    In Russia, an attack was thwarted by information from the American secret service CIA. Russian President Vladimir Putin called his American colleague Donald Trump on Sunday to thank him for this. The US had provided the Kremlin with information about a group that was preparing a terrorist act in St. Petersburg.

  • Airline Venezuela on black table

    brussels November 30, 2017 13:36 Hot Recent News

    The Venezuelan airline Avior Airlines is no longer allowed to fly in European airspace. The company has been put on the list of unsafe companies, the European Commission announced.

  • Cardinal witnesses in case \u0026 # x27; Deacon of Death \u0026 # x27;

    gent November 9, 2017 12:18 Hot Recent News

    Cardinal Joseph de Kesel of Archdiocese Mechelen-Brussels has been summoned as a witness in a trial against the 'Deacon of Death'. The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Belgium is heard in Ghent in January because of the case against ex-deacon Ivo Poppe. It is suspected of at least ten murders on the elderly.

  • New designation Nazischat

    prinzenhohle October 20, 2017 13:54 Hot Recent News

    There are new clues where the legendary Nazischat would lie. According to experts at Prinzenhöhle, near Dresden, the robbery is hidden far from the Czech border in deep tunnels.

  • Iran warns US for termination of atomic treaty

    Iran warns US for termination of atomic treaty

    st.petersburg October 16, 2017 15:51 Hot Recent News

    Iran has warned the United States not to cancel the 2015 atomic treaty. 'We will then do something that will make the Americans break their decision,' said Iranian parliamentary chairman Ali Laridschani in St. Petersburg. He did not light up his threat.

  • Terror cell in Moscow had ready-made bombs

    Terror cell in Moscow had ready-made bombs

    moscow October 15, 2017 12:51 Hot Recent News

    The Russian secret service FSB has cut off a terrorist cell that prepared for attacks in both Moscow and the north of the Caucasus. Four people have been arrested. When invaded in the state capital of Machatsjkala, a number of henchmen were arrested.

  • Arrests in protest St. Petersburg

    Arrests in protest St. Petersburg

    st.petersburg October 11, 2017 00:00 Hot Recent News

    The St Petersburg police arrested Saturday night at a major protest against President Vladimir Putin. According to media, many arrests have been made. The reported numbers of detainees differ from one another. The newspaper Novaja Gazeta spoke of more than one hundred arrests.

  • Maria is heading to Puerto Rico

    Maria is heading to Puerto Rico

    miami September 20, 2017 06:03 Hot Recent News

    Hurricane Maria, who is now near Saba and Saint Eustatius, is still in force. The hurricane is already a hurricane of the fifth category and extremely dangerous, but according to the American National Hurricane Center, the latest measurements indicate a Hurricane Hunter plane that wind speeds have increased to 280 kilometers per hour.

  • Dutch tourists tremble for Maria

    Dutch tourists tremble for Maria

    punta cana September 19, 2017 07:24 Hot Recent News

    The latest Hurricane Maria, now Category 5, is heading straight to the popular Dominican resort of Punta Cana. Thursday this busy tourist spot with dozens of luxury hotels is expected to be severely affected.

  • Hoosbuien on arrival on Caribbean islands

    Hoosbuien on arrival on Caribbean islands

    amsterdam September 19, 2017 06:48 Hot Recent News

    In St. Maarten, Saba and St. Eustatius, the long-standing hurricane Maria will cause extremely high precipitation. Weeronline expects the islands to get rain between 150 and 200 millimeters on Tuesday, possibly with more than 300 millimeters in space. That has fallen more than in September in the wettest places in the Netherlands.

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