• Death Rider Toronto may have acted out of misogyny

    Death Rider Toronto may have acted out of misogyny

    toronto April 25, 2018 06:09 Hot Recent News

    The Canadian police investigate whether female hatred was the motive for Monday's massacre in Toronto. A few minutes before he intentionally boarded a van on pedestrians, Alek Minassian posted a cryptic message on his Facebook page pointing in that direction, police detective Graham Gibson said.

  • Dead in Bolivia prison, alcohol distillery found

    Dead in Bolivia prison, alcohol distillery found

    la paz March 14, 2018 20:21 Hot Recent News

    At least six detainees were killed in Bolivia during a confrontation with the police. Twenty others were injured. According to the authorities, the prisoners revolted when officers searched the prison in Santa Cruz. A senior police official said that six police officers were shot.

  • Rocket part SpaceX misses safety net, plops into the sea

    Rocket part SpaceX misses safety net, plops into the sea

    santa maria February 22, 2018 16:48 Hot Recent News

    Another special rocket launch of SpaceX, the company that recently shot a Tesla in space, but this time with a little less success. It was intended that a part of a launched rocket would return carefully to the earth, to plop into the safety net of a ship on open sea, so that it could be reused. However, the part just fell off and splashed in the water.

  • 'Cybercrime costs 490 billion euros per year'

    'Cybercrime costs 490 billion euros per year'

    santa clara February 21, 2018 14:45 Hot Recent News

    Digital crime costs the world more and more. The worldwide damage is 600 billion dollars per year, almost 490 billion euros, or nearly 1 percent of the world economy. This is shown by a study by the security guard McAfee and the research bureau CSIS.

  • Five deaths from New Mexico helicopter crash

    Five deaths from New Mexico helicopter crash

    raton January 18, 2018 21:30 Hot Recent News

    A helicopter accident in the US state of New Mexico has killed five people. Among them, the former Zimbabwean politician Roy Bennett and his wife. One passenger survived the crash. According to the media, the seriously injured victim could alert the police.

  • Seventeen killed by mudflows California

    los angeles January 11, 2018 05:45 Hot Recent News

    The devastating mudslides caused by rainfall in southern California have claimed seventeen lives. According to the sheriff of Santa Barbara County, at least seventeen people are missing. Because of the masses of debris and mud that came down from the slopes on Tuesday, a hundred houses were destroyed.

  • After burning now mudflows in California

    montecito January 10, 2018 06:06 Hot Recent News

    Heavy rainfall in the south of the US state of California has killed at least thirteen people. Streets of the coastal village of Montecito, north of Los Angeles, were buried by mudslides and debris, reports the Los Angeles Times. Another twenty-five people were injured.

  • 'I believe in true love'

    January 8, 2018 19:03 Hot Recent News

    The new Santa Montefiore, the British who with her romantic feel good stories regularly gets the international bestseller lists, she does not have to be. 'I am not that ambitious,' says Charlotte de Monchy (38). Nevertheless, the author is well on her way to becoming one of the most popular chicklit authors in the Netherlands. 'I believe in long-lasting love and friendships.'

  • Venezuelan stuck for murdering 2 Dutch people

    santa domingo January 4, 2018 17:06 Hot Recent News

    A Venezuelan is arrested in the Dominican Republic on suspicion of involvement in the murder of two Dutch people last year. The police in the Caribbean state reports that the arrested suspect Carlos José Gascon is called González.

  • Notorious police command brings remarkable Christmas greetings

    rio de janeiro December 24, 2017 22:12 Hot Recent News

    The infamous commando unit of the police in Rio de Janeiro (BOPE) has propagated the Christmas message in a special way. An armed Santa wanted the residents of the Brazilian metropolis a 'Merry Christmas.' In addition to a white beard and red suit, the disguised agent also wore a bulletproof vest and an automatic rifle.

  • Santa signaled above Pacific ocean

    peterson afb December 24, 2017 12:27 Hot Recent News

    NORAD is normally responsible for the defense of North American airspace against missile attacks, but today and tomorrow this American air force unit has a- perhaps even more important- task in: following Santa.

  • Criminal Santa Claus stuck in a chimney, must call 911

    citrus heights December 17, 2017 18:36 Hot Recent News

    Police in Citrus Heights, California, had to say Wednesday to a criminal who had studied the tactics of Santa Claus too much. The 32-year-old burglar wanted to break into a company by descending into a chimney. The burglar got stuck and he had to call emergency number 911.

  • New evacuations due to forest fires California

    montecito December 16, 2017 23:51 Hot Recent News

    Due to the ongoing forest fires in California, part of the city of Santa Barbara is now also under threat. The California authorities ordered Saturday for new evacuations of this area, writes the LA Times. Residents of the hilly region around Montecito and Summerland, where many rich people live, are advised to seek a safe haven as soon as possible.

  • Fire California is still burning

    los angeles December 16, 2017 11:00 Hot Recent News

    For the time being, the end of the fires that plague California is not yet in sight. Strong wind stirred the fire on Saturday in many places. It is now about the third fire in the history of the American state.

  • Second dead by natural fire California

    los angeles December 14, 2017 22:30 Hot Recent News

    The vast nature fire in California has demanded a second life. Fire brigade commander Ken Pimlott announced Thursday that one of his employees died during work. He did not make any statements about the circumstances.

  • Emma (2) flies over Alps

    rome December 14, 2017 16:48 Hot Recent News

    A wish list for Christmas was flown to Austria from the Alps to Italy over a distance of about 400 kilometers. The epistle with the gift man of 2-year-old Emma- 'a sled'- landed in the grass between two basins of a water purification plant in Schio, near Vicenza.

  • California employs nearly 6,000 firefighters

    santa barbara December 11, 2017 13:03 Hot Recent News

    California pulls out all the stops to fight the relentless fires in the state. In the meantime, more than 5,800 firefighters from several states are active. They suffer a lot from the strong wind.

  • Pluto colder than expected

    santa cruz November 15, 2017 18:15 Hot Recent News

    It is still colder than I thought on the icy planet Pluto. The mercury stays stuck at 203 degrees below zero. Previously, scientists thought it was a little 173 degrees. This is evidenced by measurements of the American space probe New Horizons, which flew next to Pluto in 2015.

  • 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.

  • Dodental burns California further up

    Dodental burns California further up

    santa rosa October 11, 2017 13:57 Hot Recent News

    The death toll due to persistent natural fires in California has risen to seventeen. Certainly 2000 houses and businesses were flammed according to the authorities. About 20,000 people had to flee before the fire.

  • Dodental California to 15

    Dodental California to 15

    santa rosa October 11, 2017 04:54 Hot Recent News

    The death toll of the forest fires in California has risen to fifteen. Thousands of people are unsuccessful on Tuesday, the city of Santa Rosa has been hit hard and the assistance goes awry because there are no vans.

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