• EU leaders give small help to May

    EU leaders give small help to May

    brussels December 12, 2018 12:48 Hot Recent News

    At their summit in Brussels, the Heads of Government of the EU countries will give a helping hand to Theresa May on Thursday, if at least they are Prime Minister. After a discussion of the 'serious situation'...

  • 'We fell over each other like dominoes'

    'We fell over each other like dominoes'

    ancona December 8, 2018 16:00 Hot Recent News

    At the disco drama in Italy, the organization seems to have dropped all kinds of stitches. Eyewitnesses tell the media that only one emergency exit was opened when panic broke out in the 'Laterna Azzura' and there were far too many people inside. The counter now stands at six victims, but it is feared that the number of deaths will increase.

  • Three quarters of a million for three moon birds

    Three quarters of a million for three moon birds

    new york November 29, 2018 19:16 Hot Recent News

    The presumably only moonstones in private hands have raised 885,000 dollars at an auction in New York, about three quarters of a million euros. Anyone who bought the three special 'pebbles' did not want to tell Sotheby's. The auction house had expected this price approximately.

  • 'Egypt hunts lawyers and activists'

    'Egypt hunts lawyers and activists'

    beirut November 18, 2018 07:00 Hot Recent News

    The Egyptian police and security services have since the end of October at least forty human rights activists, lawyers and political activists detained. This is stated by the human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) on the basis of interviews with persons representing the families of the detainees. The organization speaks of a 'massive arrest campaign.'

  • 'Suspects Skripal attack' give interview

    'Suspects Skripal attack' give interview

    moscow September 13, 2018 10:48 Hot Recent News

    The Russian news channel RT says two men interviewed who have the same names as the main suspects of the attack on Sergey Skripal in southern England. Alexander Petrov and Roeslan Bosjirov have reported to editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan. The interview would be broadcast in the short term.

  • The Czech Republic calls refugees illegal

    The Czech Republic calls refugees illegal

    berlin September 9, 2018 17:16 Hot Recent News

    The Czech Prime Minister, Andrej Babis, in principle questions the claim of boat refugees for asylum and protection in the EU. 'If you ask me, these are economic migrants- all illegal. Young men who do not go to war for war ', says Babis in an interview with the German newspaper Bild.

  • Germany returns Namibia skulls

    Germany returns Namibia skulls

    berlin August 29, 2018 16:48 Hot Recent News

    Germany has given Namibia the physical remains of 27 people who were killed in the colonial period. Robbed parts of the body were then taken from the African country to be used in so-called 'race studies'.

  • 'ECB wants woman as bank boss'

    'ECB wants woman as bank boss'

    frankfurt (anp) August 24, 2018 08:16 Hot Recent News

    The European Central Bank (ECB) prefers a woman when looking for a new head for banking supervision. That is what insiders tell Bloomberg news agency. The deadline to apply for the post ends Friday.

  • Cohen wants to blow out of school

    Cohen wants to blow out of school

    washington August 23, 2018 06:16 Hot Recent News

    Michael Cohen is prepared to speak with special prosecutor Robert Mueller in the context of the Russia investigation. That says Cohen's lawyer Lanny Davis. It is currently unclear whether the former personal lawyer and controller of Trump has already made agreements with the Mueller team.

  • Timmermans warns of new nationalism

    Timmermans warns of new nationalism

    brussels August 22, 2018 11:48 Hot Recent News

    Frans Timmermans, the Vice-President of the European Commission, warns Europe against new nationalism. He does so in a statement on the occasion of the annual EU memorial day for the victims of totalitarian and authoritarian regimes.

  • 'Johnsons unmoved by death Ivana'
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    'Johnsons unmoved by death Ivana'

    kuala lumpur August 14, 2018 07:00 Hot Recent News

    The Johnsons were not very curious when the police came to tell them that 18-year-old Ivana Smit had died. They did not make any effort to see with their own eyes where the girl should have fallen. In addition, their apartment appears to have been cleaned before the police could do a trace investigation.

  • Soon lying around like Spider-Man

    Soon lying around like Spider-Man

    amsterdam August 8, 2018 11:21 Hot Recent News

    After a short period of absence, the superhero Spider-Man is back again. The superhero not only gains ground in various cinema films that he appears in, but also in the game area, the hero winds up our living rooms.

  • Greece: nobody is insured here

    Greece: nobody is insured here

    rafina July 25, 2018 17:51 Hot Recent News

    Rafina and Mati were paradises on the Greek sea. Now they are villages where everyone has horror stories to tell, and yet also has to pick up the thread again. 'First you are happy that your loved ones are still alive,' says resident Nick Vasiliu. 'Then you start thinking about what you lost.'

  • Man ends up in hospital after 'inhaling' penis
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    Man ends up in hospital after 'inhaling' penis

    chicago July 17, 2018 13:57 Hot Recent News

    Initially, 19-year-old Fredy Alanis did not want to tell what he had done when he was brought into a hospital in Chicago. His mother was there. Later on the monkey came out of the sleeve. He had had oral sex with a rather large partner in which his airways were damaged.

  • Analysis: Trump helps Putin in the saddle

    Analysis: Trump helps Putin in the saddle

    July 16, 2018 18:54 Hot Recent News

    That Donald Trump for the whole world declares to believe Vladimir Putin on his blue eyes is bad news for the relatives of the MH17 disaster. If there is one man who could force Putin to cooperate more in finding and prosecuting the guilty of the murder of 298 people on board the aircraft, then it is the American president.

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