• US: rocket launch Iran provocation

    US: rocket launch Iran provocation

    WASHINGTON July 27, 2017 21:12 Hot Recent News

    The US Department of Foreign Affairs has condemned the launch of a space package by Iran on Thursday as a provocation. According to the United States, the act violates UN Security Council resolution and does not comply with the nuclear agreement signed by Tehran.

  • 'Possible death of flat burns'

    'Possible death of flat burns'

    LONDON July 27, 2017 20:54 Hot Recent News

    The police investigating the fire in the London Grenfell Tower has said there are 'ready grounds' to think that there has been a so-called collective kill. That revealed the BBC on Thursday. Due to the fire sea in the tower area, on June 14, eighty people were killed.

  • Kaczynski adheres to reform justice

    Kaczynski adheres to reform justice

    WARSCHAU July 27, 2017 18:51 Hot Recent News

    The Polish ruling Conservative Party of Justice and Justice (PiS) adheres to its plans to reform the judicial system, but waits President Andrzej Duda's proposals before taking further action. That said Party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski Thursday.

  • Apple stops selling iPod Nano and Shuffle

    Apple stops selling iPod Nano and Shuffle

    CUPERTINO July 27, 2017 18:42 Hot Recent News

    It seems that Apple will stop production and sales of iPod Nano and Shuffle, the two smallest models of the famous portable music player. The devices have not been found on Apple's website since Thursday and can no longer be ordered, reports iCulture.

  • Putin: retaliation against 'illegal' sanctions

    Putin: retaliation against 'illegal' sanctions

    SAVONLINNA July 27, 2017 18:03 Hot Recent News

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Russia is forced to take retaliatory measures when Washington continues with what he called 'illegal new sanctions' against Moscow. He called American behavior towards his country 'clumsy and unreasonable.'

  • Jordan demands prosecution security Israel

    AMMAN July 27, 2017 17:33 Hot Recent News

    Jordanian king Abdullah demands Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to prosecute the Israeli security guard who shot two Jordanians in Amman on Sunday in Amman on Sunday. This he said in a statement on Thursday. The king warned that the way in which Israel deals with the incident will have direct consequences for the relationship between the two countries.

  • Wounded with new unrest at Temple Mount

    Wounded with new unrest at Temple Mount

    TEL AVIV July 27, 2017 17:15 Hot Recent News

    After a careful restoration of peace on Jerusalem's Temple Mount, there are still collisions between the Israeli police and Palestinians on Thursday. According to the relief organization Red Half Moon, fifty were injured by rubber bullets and tear gas. The agents would also have used the weapon.

  • Iran reports successful rocket launch

    Iran reports successful rocket launch

    TEHERAN July 27, 2017 16:24 Hot Recent News

    Iran has successfully launched a Simorgh rocket that can bring satellites up to 250 kilograms in a orbit around the world. 'With this successful test, Imam Khomeini Space Center has been officially commissioned,' state television reported Thursday.

  • Four months celestial penalty for dead goldfish

    Four months celestial penalty for dead goldfish

    HARTFORD July 27, 2017 16:15 Hot Recent News

    In the United States, a man was sentenced to four months in prison after killing his friend's son's goldfish during a quarrel. According to the police in Connecticut state, the man was unannounced at his friend's house at the end of April, after which it became a quarrel.

  • Fire on the Côte d'Azur under control

    Fire on the Côte d'Azur under control

    LE LAVANDOU July 27, 2017 14:33 Hot Recent News

    The forest fires at the town of Bormes-les-Mimosas on the French Riviera are under control, reported French media. The fires have laid about 1700 hectares in the ash since Monday. In the night of Tuesday on Wednesday, 12,000 people had to be evacuated, including many hotel guests and 3000 campers.

  • Three kills on first strike day Venezuela

    Three kills on first strike day Venezuela

    CARACAS July 27, 2017 14:27 Hot Recent News

    On the first day of the national strike in Venezuela three people died, the justice in that country reported Thursday. The protest against President Nicolás Maduro is led by the opposition that the people called on Wednesday to lay down the work.

  • Cabaretiers benefit from muscle disease

    Cabaretiers benefit from muscle disease

    AMSTERDAM July 27, 2017 13:15 Hot Recent News

    Cabaretier Ronald Snijders is on September 14th with colleagues Mike Boddé, Dolf Jansen, Niels van der Laan and Jeroen Woe and Pieter Jouke in the Amsterdam theater Carré for the benefit of The Lachspierbal. The proceeds from the show are intended for research on the FSHD muscle disease.

  • Ex-topman Petrobras held

    Ex-topman Petrobras held

    CURITIBA July 27, 2017 12:39 Hot Recent News

    The former boss of the Brazilian state oil company Petrobras and ex-topman of Banco do Brasil, Aldemir Bendine, has been arrested in a corruption investigation. Brazilian media reported that it was arrested by the federal police in Sorocaba in the state of São Paulo. Bendine is suspected of having taken over from one of the largest construction companies in the world, the Brazilian company Odebrecht.

  • War crimes Iraqi army in Mosul

    War crimes Iraqi army in Mosul

    ERBIL July 27, 2017 12:27 Hot Recent News

    US-trained Iraqi troops committed war crimes in the fighting around the city of Mosul. In the final stage of the battle against Islamic State (IS), Iraqi soldiers have executed dozens of men, according to Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch Thursday.

  • Fatal elephant elephant

    Fatal elephant elephant

    Bangalore July 27, 2017 12:15 Hot Recent News

    An attempt to make a self-esteem with a zoo elephant in the Bannerghata Biological Park just south of Bangalore has become a young inhabitant of Hanumanthnagar on Tuesday.

  • Spanish police catch up with international gangs

    Spanish police catch up with international gangs

    BARCELONA July 27, 2017 11:42 Hot Recent News

    The Spanish police rolled up an international drug gang that worked from Barcelona and sold and sent Dutch xtc worldwide. Among the four detainees in Barcelona is a Dutchman who brought xtc pills from the Netherlands to Barcelona. Three other arrests have been made in Costa Rica and Colombia, Spanish media reported Thursday.

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