• Large lunch for Elizabeth in LEGO

    Large lunch for Elizabeth in LEGO

    June 10, 2016 01:54 Hot Recent News

    Who not to the lucky 10,000 guests include that Sunday should sit down at a lunch to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's ninetieth birthday, there still can be a bit of the fun. Legoland Windsor has established the festivities in 30,000 Lego bricks, the BBC reports.

  • Australia sells confiscated bitcoins

    Australia sells confiscated bitcoins

    melbourne May 31, 2016 07:57 Hot Recent News

    Australia will sell confiscated bitcoins. The 24 518 pieces of electronic currency to be sold in tranches of 2000 pieces. Such a block with the current exchange worth almost 900,000 euros. The entire amount of supplies the Australian government a small 11 million euros.

  • Australia seeks winner of 26 million euros

    Australia seeks winner of 26 million euros

    melbourne May 26, 2016 15:09 Hot Recent News

    It happens often that people do not let themselves heard a winning ticket, but somewhere in Australia someone walks around with a lottery ticket that is worth converted many as 26 million. The prize jackpot fell Tuesday in the famous OZ Lotto, but the box office of the lottery volunteered so far no one.

  • Girl (12) is accidentally half marathon

    Girl (12) is accidentally half marathon

    rochester April 26, 2016 21:28 Hot Recent News

    LeeAdianez Rodríguez thought Sunday that she was late for the start of the 5 kilometers in the American city of Rochester. But when they came at the start, she saw that there were still people waiting at the starting line and she left with that group.

  • British Queen Elizabeth is ninety

    British Queen Elizabeth is ninety

    April 21, 2016 06:14 Hot Recent News

    Britain's Queen Elizabeth is Thursday ninety years. The queen spends the day in Windsor. Along with Prince Philip walks Elizabeth on her birthday by Windsor. From Windsor Castle, where she lives preferably, she walks to the image of Queen Victoria, at the foot of the motte-and-bailey castle. There she unveils a plaque for 'The Queen's Walkway ', a hiking trail through the village.

  • Oldest dog (30) deceased world

    Oldest dog (30) deceased world

    woolsthorp April 19, 2016 17:14 Hot Recent News

    Maggie, probably the oldest dog in the world, is no more. The Australian shepherd is deceased at the age of thirty in her familiar basket. Her owner Brian McLaren, a dairy farmer from Woolsthorp in Victoria, which has told The Weekly Times. That magazine devoted a long article to the elderly bitch late last year that although blind and deaf until last week made a detour daily.

  • Australian arrested after dead horses

    Australian arrested after dead horses

    canberra April 4, 2016 07:28 Hot Recent News

    NOTE: SHOCKING PHOTOS The Australian police have arrested a 63-year-old man after the discovery of dozens of dead and starving horses. Local residents found the carcasses as they pile height names because of the smell of a field was the place Bulla, about 60 kilometers from Canberra.

  • Spontaneous memorial in Brussels

    Spontaneous memorial in Brussels

    brussels March 22, 2016 16:17 Hot Recent News

    Thousands of people on the Exchange Place in the Belgian capital Brussels written a text on the street to share their anger, fear, sadness and disbelief by others. During the day the place became a meeting place where people corroborated each other.

  • Wildfires devastate Australian homes

    Wildfires devastate Australian homes

    December 26, 2015 08:56 Hot Recent News

    More than a hundred houses in southern Australia destroyed by wildfires. On Friday were certainly 103 houses in flames and had to be evacuated hundreds of people in the southern state of Victoria because of the blaze. To our knowledge no one was injured.

  • Dressing Margaret Thatcher under the hammer

    Dressing Margaret Thatcher under the hammer

    london November 3, 2015 11:47 Hot Recent News

    The complete wardrobe of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher comes under the hammer. Personal clothing, jewelry and mementos political sold piece by piece after the Victoria & Albert Museum chance stalled incorporate the wardrobe in her collection, reported the British newspaper The Telegraph Monday.

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