• Congo confirms 33 new Ebola cases

    Congo confirms 33 new Ebola cases

    goma October 16, 2018 07:48 Hot Recent News

    In the past week, 33 new cases of Ebola have been detected in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Twenty-four people have died from the effects of the virus, reports the Congolese Ministry of Health. According to the ministry, the latest infection cases were observed between 8 and 14 October.

  • Pornstar loses slander about tweet Trump

    Pornstar loses slander about tweet Trump

    washington October 16, 2018 06:48 Hot Recent News

    Porn actress Stormy Daniels had to defeat her legal battle with US President Donald Trump. A judge ruled that a tweet from Trump in which he accuses her of fraud falls under freedom of expression. And so no slander, as claimed by Stormy Daniels.

  • Turkish agents leave Saudi consulate

    Turkish agents leave Saudi consulate

    istanbul October 16, 2018 06:16 Hot Recent News

    Turkish researchers have left the consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul. According to a witness from Reuters news agency, a team of about ten agents left the building after a search of about 9.5 hours. Not long after that the Turkish prosecutor came out to investigate the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.

  • Police do not rule out terror in hostage cologne

    Police do not rule out terror in hostage cologne

    cologne October 16, 2018 05:32 Hot Recent News

    The police take into account that the man who hosted a woman on Monday in Cologne had a terrorist motive. The hostage taker would have said during the hijacking that he belonged to Islamic State (IS), the authorities said during a press conference. He would also have demanded the release of a Tunisian woman.

  • Little lie must save Saudis

    Little lie must save Saudis

    riyad October 16, 2018 05:00 Hot Recent News

    President Trump says that the murderers responsible for the death of Jamal Khashoggi may have been operating on their own. He comes to that theory, contradicted by his own officials, after a telephone interview with the Saudi king.

  • Cabinet Italy approves its own budget

    Cabinet Italy approves its own budget

    rome October 15, 2018 23:48 Hot Recent News

    The Italian cabinet has approved its own budget for 2019 on Monday, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said. The document is now being sent to Brussels where the European Commission will look into it. Conte told reporters that the budget 'keeps our promises while keeping the public accounts in order.'

  • Researchers enter Saudi consulate

    Researchers enter Saudi consulate

    istanbul October 15, 2018 19:32 Hot Recent News

    Turkish and Saudi researchers have entered the consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul. That is the last place where journalist Jamal Khashoggi is seen alive. He entered the building in early October and did not come out anymore.

  • Assange gets a bit more freedom again

    Assange gets a bit more freedom again

    london October 15, 2018 19:00 Hot Recent News

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who hides in the London embassy of Ecuador, may have a little more contact with the outside world. Assange has not been able to call and use the internet in recent months, but according to WikiLeaks these restrictions are relaxed.

  • Italy suspects France of dumping immigrants on Italian territory

    Italy suspects France of dumping immigrants on Italian territory

    rome October 15, 2018 18:32 Hot Recent News

    The French police suspect the Italians of secretly secretly dumping clandestine immigrants across the border in Italy. There is even evidence. The Italian special police unit DIGOS has signaled a bus of the French gendarmerie and even photographed it in Italian territory, while it supposedly left African immigrants out of the bus.

  • Trump: climate change is not fable

    Trump: climate change is not fable

    washington October 15, 2018 07:48 Hot Recent News

    The American president Donald Trump is now convinced that the climate is changing. He said that in an interview with the station CBS. However, the president doubts whether man is responsible for global warming.

  • CSU in Bavaria has lost an absolute majority

    CSU in Bavaria has lost an absolute majority

    munich October 15, 2018 05:32 Hot Recent News

    The Christian Democratic Party CSU, which has been ruling for decades, lost its absolute majority in the state elections in Bavaria, Germany. After counting the votes, the Christian Democrats are at a loss of 10.4 percent compared to 2013 and come to 37.3 percent of the votes.

  • Bash for the CSU

    Bash for the CSU

    munich October 15, 2018 05:16 Hot Recent News

    The German governmental party CSU lost the absolute majority in the Bavarian heimat yesterday. In the economically strongest state, the conservative party lost a lot of votes, as did the social democratic SPD, which is also in the coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU. Especially environmental party the Greens and the radical right AfD could benefit from this loss of votes.

  • Brexit offensive without result

    Brexit offensive without result

    brussels October 15, 2018 05:00 Hot Recent News

    The EU and the UK tried to put a deal under control a few days before a crucial summit on the Brexit. But for a few important points, last night, they were still an insurmountable stumbling block.

  • Riyadh makes flight forward

    Riyadh makes flight forward

    riyad October 15, 2018 04:48 Hot Recent News

    Saudi Arabia is threatened with an economic war, when countries impose sanctions because of the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi. The country is becoming increasingly isolated now that the evidence is accumulating that it is responsible for the death of the prominent journalist.

  • Jager kills mountain biker

    Jager kills mountain biker

    lyon October 15, 2018 03:32 Hot Recent News

    A 34-year-old Briton was shot dead with his mountain bike during a trip to the French Alps, presumably by a hunter, reports the French police on Sunday. The police assume that there is no intent in the game.

  • 'No agreement about Brexit on Sunday evening'

    'No agreement about Brexit on Sunday evening'

    brussels October 15, 2018 03:16 Hot Recent News

    The ambassadors of 27 EU members minus Great Britain have been told that there will be no Brexit agreement on Sunday. EU officials thus contradict an earlier report that the Brexit negotiators would have reached an agreement on the departure of Great Britain from the EU on Sunday. The Politico website reported that on the basis of information from three EU diplomats.

  • De Wever is again the largest in Antwerp

    De Wever is again the largest in Antwerp

    brussels October 14, 2018 22:48 Hot Recent News

    The votes in municipal elections in Belgium have not yet been counted everywhere, but in Antwerp mayor Bart de Wever and his N-VA can continue to rule the city with the Christian Democratic CD \u0026 amp; V and the liberal Open VLD. The coalition provided some, but retains the majority of board seats in the port city.

  • Storm Leslie causes havoc in Portugal

    Storm Leslie causes havoc in Portugal

    lisbon October 14, 2018 16:16 Hot Recent News

    The tropical storm Leslie caused much damage during the night from Saturday to Sunday along the coast of Portugal. Trees and electricity poles fanned, roofs flew from houses, roads were blocked and there was a lot of flooding, especially in the province of Estremadura north of the capital Lisbon.

  • Bavaria may choose a very new parliament

    Bavaria may choose a very new parliament

    munich October 14, 2018 15:32 Hot Recent News

    Around 9.5 million voters in Bavaria can vote for a new parliament on Sunday. According to opinion polls, a totally different parliament is elected than the conservative state is used to. The Christian Social Union (CSU), which had been running for decades, would suffer considerable losses under the leadership of Prime Minister Mark Söder.

  • Belgium votes in local elections

    Belgium votes in local elections

    brussels October 14, 2018 15:16 Hot Recent News

    Belgians cast their vote on Sunday in municipal and provincial elections. They are the first polls since 2014 and are seen as an important indicator for the parliamentary elections in May next year. Approximately 8.2 million Belgians can vote for municipal councils and in Flanders and Wallonia also for provincial councils.

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