• Thieves rob as a deceased baby from home

    belfast December 13, 2017 12:06 Hot Recent News

    Burglars have stolen the ashes of a stillborn baby from a home in Belfast, Northern Belfast. 'The police think they were thinking about drugs,' said the sad mother according to the BBC. The perpetrator or perpetrators took nothing else from the house as far as known.

  • Archaeologists find mummy in Luxor tomb

    luxor December 9, 2017 18:06 Hot Recent News

    Archaeologists have found a more than 3,500-year-old mummy in Egypt in one of the two tombs, which are being investigated. The tombs are probably from the eighteenth dynasty of ancient Egypt, the Egyptian authorities reported according to the BBC.

  • Mugabe appeared in public again

    harare November 17, 2017 11:06 Hot Recent News

    President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe appeared in public for the first time since the seizure of power by the army. He attended a graduation ceremony at the university in the capital Harare.

  • Saved North Korean shipwrecked

    tokio November 16, 2017 06:54 Hot Recent News

    The Japanese coastguard rescued three North Korean shipwrecks off the coast of Japan on Thursday. The three men clung to a half-sunken wooden boat when they were spotted by an army plane off the coast of the Noto Peninsula.

  • Children killed in classroom Sydney

    sydney November 7, 2017 06:06 Hot Recent News

    In Sydney, two children of eight years old came to life when a car was in the classroom. 21 others were injured at the incident, reports the Australian broadcaster ABC based on the authorities.

  • St. Maarten takes care of José

    St. Maarten takes care of José

    philipsburg September 9, 2017 07:24 Hot Recent News

    About seventy injured and patients from St. Maarten's hospital have been transferred to nearby islands, especially to Aruba. From Curaçao and Aruba, one hundred police officers have arrived, who have to end the looting.

  • The number of TV connections continues to decline

    The number of TV connections continues to decline

    wooden (anp) September 8, 2017 14:09 Hot Recent News

    The number of television connections in the Netherlands continues to decline. In total, after the first half of this year, a further 7.4 million connections, 0.3 percent less than after the first quarter of 2017, are apparent from figures from market researcher Telecompaper. The number of TV connections has fallen for 2.5 years. Telecompaper thinks sales will also decline since 2019.

  • One in three households uses Netflix

    One in three households uses Netflix

    wooden (afn) August 21, 2017 06:36 Hot Recent News

    Netflix's upturn and other video on demand services in the Netherlands can not be overcome. Netflix has now penetrated to one third of households, according to figures from market researcher Telecompaper.

  • Last 7,000 migrants picked out of the sea

    Last 7,000 migrants picked out of the sea

    rome July 14, 2017 15:18 Hot Recent News

    Over the past few days, around 7000 migrants from the Mediterranean Sea have been saved. Already on Friday, the shipwreck Diciotti shipwrecked nearly 1500 rescued refugees to the port of Catania in Sicily, reported ANSA press agency.

  • Drone brings medicine to hospital

    Drone brings medicine to hospital

    finland June 15, 2017 20:39 Hot Recent News

    Students at TU Eindhoven presented a drone developed by them at the Máxima Medical Center, which should help the hospital to deliver medicines and transport blood samples. It is about the Blue Jay, a so-called domestic drone who flies through the hospital on his own and can perform assignments.

  • Indian brides get bat gift

    Indian brides get bat gift

    new delhi May 1, 2017 12:03 Hot Recent News

    Hundreds of Indian brides receive a bat gift from a minister as a wedding gift. The idea is that they can use them in case of emergency against aggressive or drunk husbands. This said Minister Gopal Bhargava for rural development in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

  • Again thousands of migrants picked up from the sea

    Again thousands of migrants picked up from the sea

    rome April 15, 2017 23:03 Hot Recent News

    Private aid organizations are present in the south of the Mediterranean facing an unprecedented influx of refugees. According to the captain of the Iuventa, a ship from a European rescue of the young, he and his crew in cooperation with boats foundations MOAS and Sea-Eye sat alone already picked up some 3,000 migrants.

  • Refugees from North Frans kamp without a trace

    Refugees from North Frans kamp without a trace

    gent April 14, 2017 11:03 Hot Recent News

    Hundreds of refugees from Monday burnt camp in the northern French Grande-Synthe are missing. The governor of Nord-Pas de Calais has three halls where the affected people were accommodated closed Thursday, the Belgian NGO Humain reported Friday morning.

  • Injured in Explosion in Paris

    Injured in Explosion in Paris

    paris April 1, 2017 19:18 Hot Recent News

    In an explosion in a suburb of Paris are Saturday during a carnival at least twenty people were injured. According to the French newspaper L'Express is about an accident and not a terrorist attack.

  • Infanticide by 'loner'
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    Infanticide by 'loner'

    herne March 8, 2017 11:39 Hot Recent News

    It slowly becomes more clear about the fugitive child murderer Marcel Hesse (19) which holds Germany in its grip. Neighbors paint him as a 'loner' and had already suspected that there was something wrong with the boy. So say residents in the village Herne, where the 9-year-old Jaden stabbed was killed in the basement of the House of Hesse.

  • Research violent video Congo

    Research violent video Congo

    kinshasa February 18, 2017 14:30 Hot Recent News

    The Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo is researching a film in which a group of people shot dead by men in military uniform. The victims were insurgents. They were armed with slingshots and wooden clubs.

  • Many houses in flames in a fire in Chile

    Many houses in flames in a fire in Chile

    santiago January 3, 2017 05:51 Hot Recent News

    A large fire in the Chilean coastal city of Valparaiso has ensured that at least a hundred houses in flames are gone and another 500 homes are in danger of being affected by the fire. There are 19 people injured and evacuated more than four hundred people.

  • Kerry stroll over the Christmas market

    Kerry stroll over the Christmas market

    hamburg December 7, 2016 20:30 Hot Recent News

    The wife of US Secretary of State John Kerry can expect a few wooden kegs with oil. The minister seized Wednesday his presence at the summit of the OSCE in Hamburg to visit the local Christmas market on the Jungfernstieg and was doing some shopping.

  • 'Pawn Oakland deadly trap'

    'Pawn Oakland deadly trap'

    oakland December 4, 2016 12:30 Hot Recent News

    The old warehouse in the US Oakland, where Saturday in a fatal fire at least nine concertgoers were killed, was a deadly trap. So describe people who know the property. The building was full of furniture, campers and other household goods. There was also a wooden staircase pallets.

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