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Even this year will decide on its own allocation of the ETA Other 

Even this year will decide on its own allocation of the ETA

The terrorist organization ETA (Basque Homeland and Freedom) is about to dissolve itself, “the Gara Basque daily reported on Thursday. The newspaper published details of a document quoted by the ETA’s management, according to which three months of internal controversy began to end the operation of the organization and membership will soon be voting on it. The decision is expected... Read More
Own-made protected mobiles are given to Russian military leaders        Other World 

Own-made protected mobiles are given to Russian military leaders     

Russian-made, heavily-armed mobile phones are being installed in the Russian Defense Ministry by officers who have access to the most stringent encrypted documents, “wrote the newspaper Izvestya on Thursday, referring to the defense ministry. According to the paper, the M-663S Atlasz type phones, which were launched last year, have been developed by the state-owned Atlas Science and Technology Center. Appliances... Read More
The effectiveness of antidepressants has been demonstrated by a large-scale research       Other Tech 

The effectiveness of antidepressants has been demonstrated by a large-scale research    

One major issue in medical science has been answered by a large-scale research that has shown that anti-depressant drugs can effectively alleviate the symptoms – the BBC’s news portal wrote. Scientists have analyzed the results of 522 previous studies that included 116,477 participants. It was found that the most common 21 antidepressants were more effective in alleviating the symptoms of... Read More
The V4s have shown that illegal migration can be stopped       Other World 

The V4s have shown that illegal migration can be stopped    

The V4 countries have shown to the world that illegal migration can be stopped – said the Fidesz President of the National Defense and Law Enforcement Committee of the Parliament on Thursday in Budapest, at the meeting of Defense Committees of the V4 Parliaments of Visegrád. Szilárd Németh said at the opening ceremony: one of the main topics of the... Read More
Institute for Migration Research: Euribia can be created according to a part of the Arab press         Other World 

Institute for Migration Research: Euribia can be created according to a part of the Arab press      

Emigration is a means of spreading Islam and may become a reality in Eurasia by 2050, according to a part of the Arab press, according to a report by the Migration Research Institute, which the Századvég Alapítvány sent to MTI on Wednesday. They wrote that the Institute’s recent English-language analysis analyzes in a nutshell manner how the Arabic-language media assesses... Read More
He could have been a good sailor and some language could be used by Homo erectus Other 

He could have been a good sailor and some language could be used by Homo erectus

He could have been a good sailor, and Homo erectus could use a language in order to thrive on the open water, according to an American expert. Homo erectus’s body structure resembled his modern man, he was able to make tools and probably the first man who cooked. More than 1.8 million years ago, it appeared in Africa and probably... Read More
Autism has been tested by a blood test Other 

Autism has been tested by a blood test

Autism has been tested with blood or urine tests by British researchers – the BBC news portal reported. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that causes problems in behavior and social relationships. Generally, they are not diagnosed before two years of age, often shortly afterwards. At present, there is no biological test to detect the disease, it is... Read More
Emma Watson donated £ 1 million to a campaign Other 

Emma Watson donated £ 1 million to a campaign

British actress Emma Watson donated a million pounds to the campaign to help victims of sexual harassment – the BBC news portal wrote. The star of the Harry Potter series was among the first to support the UK Justice and Equality Fund, which launched Sunday’s Community Financing Campaign to create a new counseling network for victims. The foundation was set... Read More
The Goffriller cello, which was abducted near Paris, was abducted Other 

The Goffriller cello, which was abducted near Paris, was abducted

On Saturday, Ophélie Gaillard’s cello artist Goffriller, an unrivaled cello, was stolen two days before he was abducted near Paris – the artist said. “I received an anonymous call at noon that the cello was parked in front of the car in a car. I found it in the back seat,” he said. According to France2’s public service television news,... Read More
Thailand’s most famous beach is closed to tourists     Other Travel 

Thailand’s most famous beach is closed to tourists   

One of the most famous and beautiful beaches in the world, the Maya Bay in Thailand, is being evacuated for a while because the astonishing crowds of tourists are seriously endangering the ecosystem and coral reefs in the area. The beautiful bay of Koh Phi Phi Leh is closed for several months before visitors, helping to regenerate the wildlife. The... Read More
Girls from the fathers can inherit a gene mutation susceptible to ovarian cancer          Other World Tech 

Girls from the fathers can inherit a gene mutation susceptible to ovarian cancer       

Mutation of one gene from a father’s chromosome X may increase the risk of ovarian cancer, according to US researchers. Women who have had cancer for several generations in the family now have the opportunity to test for the detection of mutations in the genes BRCA1 and BRCA2 – ovarian and breast cancer – wrote BBC News. According to the... Read More
Consumption of overprocessed food can cause cancer risk Other 

Consumption of overprocessed food can cause cancer risk

According to French scientists, there is a link between over-processed foods – cakes, chicken wings, packaged breads and the risk of developing cancer, but stressed that further research is needed to find out. According to scientists, the results of a study involving 105,000 participants suggest that as many of these foods are consumed as adults, the greater the risk of... Read More
Stairs for lower blood pressure Other 

Stairs for lower blood pressure

It does not only lower blood pressure, but also strengthens the foot muscles in the ladder, especially in women who are prone to cardiovascular and muscular problems in the absence of estrogenic hormone, “said a study published in the Menopause magazine of the North American Menopause Society (NAMS). It is difficult to choose the right form of exercise for postmenopausal... Read More
Pierce Brosnant is threatened with financial penalties for an advertisement due to the Indian authorities Other 

Pierce Brosnant is threatened with financial penalties for an advertisement due to the Indian authorities

The authorities in India are threatened with fines or two-year imprisonment by Pierce Brosnant, as the British filmmaker has been advertising a health-promoting product for a year and a half in local advertisements, The Guardian said on Wednesday. The New Delhi authorities have officially sent their inquiries to the actor through social media. As he wrote, if Brosnan did not... Read More
Couples wonderingly arguing have a greater chance of having a happy relationship      Other Interesting Facts 

Couples wonderingly arguing have a greater chance of having a happy relationship   

Couples wisely and effectively arguing have a 10-fold greater chance of having a happy relationship than those who undercut sensitive topics underneath the carpet, according to surveys conducted by a survey of nearly a thousand adults. According to Joseph Grenny, US co-author of Crucial Conversations, many people mistakenly believe that by avoiding sensitive issues, they will break the quarrel and... Read More
German government formation – Martin Schulz leaves the Social Democratic Party chairmanship with immediate effect       Other World 

German government formation – Martin Schulz leaves the Social Democratic Party chairmanship with immediate effect    

Martin Schulz leaves the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) chairmanship with immediate effect. This politician personally announced on Tuesday in Berlin. The leadership of the party is temporarily taken over by Senior Vice President Olaf Scholz, Hamburg Mayor. Martin Schulz stated in his statement after the party’s presidency that he would leave his office without bitterness and anger. By deciding... Read More
Without explicit protest, everyone will automatically become organ donor in the Netherlands      Other World 

Without explicit protest, everyone will automatically become organ donor in the Netherlands   

In the future, every citizen will automatically become an organ donor in the Netherlands under a law amendment adopted on Tuesday, unless explicitly opposed to it. The upper house of the Hague Parliament approved by a tight majority on Tuesday the legislation in question, which was adopted in the lower house last year with a single vote difference. The Liberal... Read More
New antibiotics have been discovered in soil samples Other 

New antibiotics have been discovered in soil samples

  US scientists discovered a new antibiotic family in soil samples that could be useful in combating difficult-to-treat infections – the BBC’s news portal wrote. New compounds may be able to fight with difficult-to-treat bacterial infections, including MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), “super bacteria”, in a study published by Rockefeller University researchers in the current issue of the journal Nature Microbiology.... Read More
Transportation chaos was caused by the taxi taxis in Uber in Prague       Other World 

Transportation chaos was caused by the taxi taxis in Uber in Prague    

Traffic chaos and major disruptions – primarily in public transport – on Monday night in Prague, a taxi protester against Uber’s alternative community passenger service. More than 1,200 carriers attended last Friday, a few hours a day, in a protest event on Monday. While at the end of the week, the taxi strike did not cause any particular problems, now... Read More
The fiery rotation of the Oumuamua asteroid is a fierce crash Other 

The fiery rotation of the Oumuamua asteroid is a fierce crash

 The fiercest collision between the Ovoramua, the first known asteroid from the Interstellar Space to the Solar System, is based on a new study by Belfast Queen’s University.     The light reflecting the elongated, cigar-shaped space object discovered in October was explored by research team led by Wes Fraser. Their study was cited by the BBC news portal on Nature Astronomy.... Read More
Belgian press: dozens of deadly threats have been given by lawyer Salah Abdeslam     Other World 

Belgian press: dozens of deadly threats have been given by lawyer Salah Abdeslam  

Sven Mary, lawyer of Salah Abdeslam, who received the murder of a suspected master of the terrorist attacks in Paris on 13 November 2015, was reported by the Sven Mary lawyer in Salah Abdeslam, who was the victim of a murder trial in Brussels, said the Belgian press on Sunday. The lawyer reported to the Flemish newspaper Het Nieuwsblad that... Read More
The deep-sea hydrothermal horns are used as a hatchery for hatching Other 

The deep-sea hydrothermal horns are used as a hatchery for hatching

In the vicinity of deep-sea hydrothermal hammers, lay eggs with a skate that uses warmer than average water to accelerate the four or even more years of hatching process – it was revealed by a new study that proves first that a marine creature produces volcanic heat eggs. The rabbits of the Bathyraja spinosissima species, surrounded by eggs, are the... Read More
First, a human egg cell was grown in a laboratory until full ripening Other 

First, a human egg cell was grown in a laboratory until full ripening

First, a human egg cell was grown in a laboratory, ovarian tissues from the earliest stage up to full ripening by British and American scientists. The authors of the study, published in the Friday issue of Molecular Human Reproduction, wrote that using their findings, they could develop new therapies of infertility and regenerative therapies that use stem cells in the... Read More
Syria – Erdogan named Assad as a killer         Other World 

Syria – Erdogan named Assad as a killer      

Turkey does not sit in a negotiating table with the “killer” Syrian President Bassar al-Asad in connection with the Turkish Operation Afríni against the Syrian Kurdish militants, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced in the head of state for mayors. Erdogan said, “what about Turkey with a killer who has killed one million citizens”? With the statement of the Turkish... Read More
Certain foods may affect the spread of cancer Other 

Certain foods may affect the spread of cancer

Reducing or blocking the amino acid asparagine, found in asparagus, in poultry and in other foods, has made it difficult to build up breast cancer in mice, researchers reported in a study published in the journal Nature. Asparagine can also be produced by the body, but it can be found in larger quantities in the name of spaghetti, potatoes, legumes,... Read More
Increase the desire for speed in viewers in the Lethal Movie series       Other Interesting Facts World 

Increase the desire for speed in viewers in the Lethal Movie series   

They are driving more to the Dead Frontier series of films by viewers – their US researchers revealed that they showed a significant increase in speeds on the roads during weekends after the action films. Anupam Jena, a researcher at the Harvard University medical school and his colleagues said that the number of punishments for speeding did not increase, but... Read More
The missing link of spider evolution has been discovered in a 100 million year old amber Other 

The missing link of spider evolution has been discovered in a 100 million year old amber

One missing link between spider evolution has been discovered by researchers in a 100 million-year-old Myanmar amber. Contrary to his modern relatives, the ancient creature was a long tail, which researchers suggested could be used to perceive the environment. The animal belonged to the Arachnida class of spiders, scorpions, tickles and mites, BBC News wrote. According to a study published... Read More
The Berlin Wall had been as long as it had been for a while       Other Interesting Facts World 

The Berlin Wall had been as long as it had been for a while    

On Monday, exactly as much time had passed since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the length of time the German capital had been and the symbolically cross-border borderline of Europe. The Berlin Wall was built on August 13, 1961, and was decided in 10 315 days, on November 9, 1989. That is how long it took until February 5,... Read More
Syria – Kremlin: disturbing that rebels have shoulder-launching anti-aircraft missiles      Other World 

Syria – Kremlin: disturbing that rebels have shoulder-launching anti-aircraft missiles   

The Kremlin is extremely concerned about the fact that in Syria, rebels – with Russian-speaking terrorists – have anti-missile launchers on their shoulders, “Dmitry Peszkov told Russian presidential spokeswoman on Monday in Moscow. Peszkov stressed that this fact represents an extremely dangerous threat for all states. The spokeswoman did not wish to comment on Russian Senator Igor Morozov’s statement that... Read More
Porsche doubles the costs of producing electric cars       Business Other 

Porsche doubles the costs of producing electric cars    

The German automaker Porsche doubles the amount spent on producing electric cars. Oliver Blume, CEO of Porsche, said that the amount of electric cars was raised to EUR 6 billion from the original planned 3 billion euros. The company manager explained that the amount was partly spent on developing an electric version of existing models or creating new electric cars.... Read More
The United States outlined plans for nuclear weapons       Other United States Of America 

The United States outlined plans for nuclear weapons   

US officials have outlined plans for atomic weapons to Washington on a Friday press conference. Patrick Shanahan, Deputy Minister of Defense, announced that President Donald Trump’s government essentially pursues his predecessor, Barack Obama’s administration of nuclear weapons policy, but will take a stronger stand on certain issues. Representatives of the Ministry of Energy and of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs... Read More
A new blood test shows the protein characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease Other 

A new blood test shows the protein characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease

New blood tests have been developed by Japanese and Australian researchers to detect malignant protein associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia, BBC News said. According to a study published in the current issue of Nature’s paper, the new method has worked 90 percent accuracy, either in healthy people or in poor memory or in Alzheimer’s disease. Experts say testing is at... Read More
Deep brain stimulation attempts to fight against Alzheimer’s disease against American researchers Other 

Deep brain stimulation attempts to fight against Alzheimer’s disease against American researchers

While most cures for Alzheimer’s disease are aimed at improving memory, researchers at the Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center are trying to slow down the problem-solving and decision-making ability of patients through deep brain stimulation. For deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery, electrodes are inserted in the frontal lobe of Alzheimer’s patients to help stimulate individual brain regions and structures... Read More
They did not allow a “therapeutic peacock” on one flight of United Airlines Other 

They did not allow a “therapeutic peacock” on one flight of United Airlines

For reasons of health and safety, they did not allow an American artist to take on a flight of United Airlines with a therapeutic pet. The case happened on Saturday at Newark Airport, New Jersey, “wrote The Daily Telegraph. New York-based performer Ventiko has also bought a special ticket for his domestic flight, but United Airlines said the woman had... Read More
Phosphorous pollution has reached a dangerous level worldwide      Other Interesting Facts 

Phosphorous pollution has reached a dangerous level worldwide   

Dangerously high levels of humans produced by phosphorus in the freshwater catchment areas of the world, the most seriously contaminated areas are the Aral Sea in Russia, the Yellow River Huang-ho, the Indian Indus and Ganges, and the Danube catchment area in Europe According to a study published in the journal Geophysical Union. The authors of the study, Water Resources... Read More
The global temperature in 2014-2016 has risen            Other Interesting Facts 

The global temperature in 2014-2016 has risen         

Recorded global global warming temperatures between 2014 and 2016 have only increased global warming by more than 25 percent since the early 1900s, according to researchers from the University of Arizona. The study published in Geophysical Research Letters online is the first in which researchers have quantified the record-high 0.43 Celsius-degree rise in temperature between 2014 and 2016 and found... Read More
Unhappy are screen-dependent teenagers Other 

Unhappy are screen-dependent teenagers

The more time they spend on the devices of electronic devices, the more unlucky the teenagers are, according to a large-scale new study. The San Diego University psychologists have analyzed data from over one million American teens (eighth, tenth and twelfth grade) collected in the monitoring survey on the Future Survey – ScienceDaily.com wrote. Before the screens of phones, tablets... Read More
Influenza can also spread through air according to a new study         Other Interesting Facts 

Influenza can also spread through air according to a new study      

Influence can also be influenced by the mere exhalation of patients, according to a new US study, coughing or sneezing is not necessary for the transmission of viruses. It is commonly believed that people can get influenza when they are subjected to sneezing or coughing, or touching objects that may have been infected with the virus – said medicalxpress.com. However,... Read More
Pope Francis apologized for his statements about Papal pedophilia       Other World 

Pope Francis apologized for his statements about Papal pedophilia    

Pope Francis apologized for his statements about Papal pedophilia. According to reports from journalists traveling to Rome on a visit to South America on Monday, the Catholic bishop has been trying to explain his previous statements about the sexual abuse of priests. The head of the bishop in his visit to Chile and Peru, on his way home, usually answered... Read More
One of the follower of the notorious Charles Manson remains in prison Other 

One of the follower of the notorious Charles Manson remains in prison

The governor of California again rejected the condemnation of the youngest survivor of the late Charles Manson infamous serial killer charging Leslie Van Houten, a prisoner of life imprisonment. The governor, however, decided that the committee for the petition requesting a petition would recommend the release of the 68-year-old woman. Leslie van Houten was sentenced to life imprisonment for a... Read More
Homemade turkeys come from ancient Mexico Other 

Homemade turkeys come from ancient Mexico

   According to an international research team, homemade turkeys originated in ancient Mexico, and the Aztecs and Mayans were able to keep the animals for cultural purposes, not only for eating purposes, but also for displaying sacrifices at various ceremonies.     The University of Yorkshire, the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico, the Washington State University and the researchers at... Read More
EU Commissioner: Improving the impact of large Internet companies on online hate speech        Other European Union 

EU Commissioner: Improving the impact of large Internet companies on online hate speech     

The companies responsible for operating the Internet interfaces have removed about 70 percent of their websites content they suspect of being a hate speech, according to a European Commission assessment on Friday, which concerns compliance with the Code of Conduct on the Elimination of Online Hate Speech. Vera Jourová, European Commissioner responsible for justice at the press conference in Brussels,... Read More
Harassment Matters – According to Woody Allen’s eldest daughter, the director has “lied for too long” Other 

Harassment Matters – According to Woody Allen’s eldest daughter, the director has “lied for too long”

    Woody Allen’s eldest daughter, Dylan Farrow, first spoke to the television cameras Thursday about the childhood accusations against the director decades ago and said Allen was “liars for too long”; he wishes that he would have been accused of being subjected to molestation in his childhood.     In a talk on the CBS channel This Morning, Farrow said he had decided... Read More
The President of Macedonia calls for “deserved” NATO membership from Stoltenberg      Other World 

The President of Macedonia calls for “deserved” NATO membership from Stoltenberg   

Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov has asked NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday in Skopje that Macedonia will finally receive the long-deserved NATO membership. Ivanov and Stoltenberg on the Euro-Atlantic integration of the Western Balkans, the planned security and security reforms, and the strengthening of the relationship with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, said the Macedonian Presidential Office. According to... Read More
The strong winds in Belgium and the Netherlands demanded deadly deaths      Other World 

The strong winds in Belgium and the Netherlands demanded deadly deaths     

It claimed fewer than three deaths and caused serious traffic jams in a storm wind on Thursday in Belgium and the Netherlands. In Belgium, according to the information so far, one man was killed after the storm blew a tree that shook the victim’s car in the capital. News came from more than one injured. Two dead in the Netherlands.... Read More
After five hundred years, the illness devastated by the Aztecs in the 16th century was revealed Other 

After five hundred years, the illness devastated by the Aztecs in the 16th century was revealed

    After five hundred years, they have been able to find out what disease has been devastated by ancient Aztecs in the area of ​​today’s Mexico in the 16th century.     In the five years between 1545 and 1550, 15 million people – about 80 percent of the population – carried out a mysterious illness in today’s Mexico and Guatemala (some) areas.... Read More
Not the rats, but the man spreading the plague in Europe Other 

Not the rats, but the man spreading the plague in Europe

    Man has spread the black deaths in Europe in the mid-14th century, and rats were not responsible for the first wave of former bronchial epidemics that plagued the earth, according to researchers.     The plague from Asia came to Europe in 1347, causing one of the most devastating epidemics of human history. Over the next 400 years, plague has plagued several... Read More
Catherine Deneuve apologized Other 

Catherine Deneuve apologized

She apologized to the victims of sexual harassment, Catherine Deneuve, after receiving numerous criticisms in the French press and community media for being among the signatories of an open letter claiming that the campaign against harassment went too far. The actress wrote that she was sorry to hurt those who became victims of “horrible” harassment cases. Last week, Deneuve gave... Read More
Cycling does not harm the sexual health of men Other 

Cycling does not harm the sexual health of men

  (MTI) – Cycling does not harm men’s sexual health by a new study comparing runners, swimmers and cyclists.     The results of the research contradict previous studies that cycling has a negative impact on men’s sexual and urinary health – the BBC’s news portal wrote. Researchers say “the benefits are greater than the disadvantages,” cycling to work, for example, “halves the... Read More
It is unreservedly guarding her worldwide position in organ transplants in Spain, where 5259 transplantations last year were carried out. Other 

It is unreservedly guarding her worldwide position in organ transplants in Spain, where 5259 transplantations last year were carried out.

   South European country has been the leader in both organ donation and transplantation for 26 years, deciding its own record year after year.      According to data published on Thursday by the Spanish National Transplant Organization (ONT), most of the 3269 cases of kidney transplant followed by liver (1247), lung (363), heart (304), pancreas (70) and intestinal transplant (8).... Read More
Jailbreak of millions of jewels at the Ritz hotel in Paris, three attackers were arrested Other 

Jailbreak of millions of jewels at the Ritz hotel in Paris, three attackers were arrested

Hundreds of millions of jewels were stolen Wednesday evening by five gunmen from the Ritz luxury hotel in Paris after having broken the hotel windows by an ax – police sources said. Three masked attackers were captured on the spot, but two armed men managed to escape about 4.5 million worth of jewelery. Officers fleeing the engine are being pushed... Read More
Michael Douglas denied the misconduct by refusing refusal Other 

Michael Douglas denied the misconduct by refusing refusal

Surprisingly, in refusing refusal, he denied allegedly improper sexual behavior by Michael Douglas. The two-time Oscar-winning American actor, a producer of a productive company, wants to accuse a former female employee of having done a self-denial in the 1980’s in thirty years – reads the website of The Guardian’s UK daily newspaper. The victim has not yet publicly disclosed his... Read More
In the monastery, police were looking for the most sought after man in France Other 

In the monastery, police were looking for the most sought after man in France

 A police station in South West France was investigating on Tuesday because someone recognized the 57-year-old French man he had been looking for since the police had been found since seven years ago by the corpse of his wife and four of their common children in the yard of their house.     The family in Nantes, Northwestern, has not given life... Read More
It is likely that a kosher grocery store was burned down near Paris, as a result of an arson Other 

It is likely that a kosher grocery store was burned down near Paris, as a result of an arson

 It is likely that, as a result of arson, a kosher grocery store was burned down on Tuesday in Creteil, near Paris. The business was painted a few days ago with hookahs.     The case happened exactly three years after the death of a jihadist hostage in Vincennes, one of the eastern suburbs of Paris, of which four people were killed.... Read More
She got the star Gillian Anderson Other 

She got the star Gillian Anderson

She finally got his well deserved star on the promenade of celebrities in Hollywood! The pictures of our gallery are made there. Gillian Anderson, the star of the X-Aktas series, was abundant in adventures. During his childhood, his family moved from country to country, became a waitress, became an actor, was a lesbian relationship with his life, marriage, divorce. She... Read More
An important change in Ryanair’s handling of luggage Other 

An important change in Ryanair’s handling of luggage

From January 15, passengers from Ryanair who do not take a priority ticket can not bring their second large hand luggage on board with them – says the company’s announcement. They can now only carry their smaller luggage into the passenger compartment, until rolling aprons should be released at the boarding gate for free shipping to the flight deck. Otherwise,... Read More
Half a million stone tools were discovered in Israel Other 

Half a million stone tools were discovered in Israel

It has been invented stone-making tools that were half a million years ago for expanding the settlement of Israel’s Dzsaldzsulia, the website of the newspaper Háárec reported on Sunday.     Archaeologists found hundreds of hardwood objects in a ten thousand square meter area that was wonderfully preserved. A huge amount of findings have been released from the scene, the Israeli Archeology... Read More
They presented the world’s first touch-sensitive artificial hand Other 

They presented the world’s first touch-sensitive artificial hand

An international research team in Rome has unveiled the world’s first bionic hand outbreak outside the laboratory that the wearer sees in touch – the BBC writes. It’s almost like I got my hands back “Said Almerina Mascarello, a French-speaking Italian woman who lost her left hand for more than 20 years in an accident. Italian, Swiss and German engineers,... Read More
Ellen Page is married! Other 

Ellen Page is married!

“Can’t believe I get to call this extraordinary woman my wife,” the Flatliners actress wrote on Instagram Wednesday, tagging her new fiancée, Emma Portner. A representative for Page confirmed the happy news to PEOPLE. RELATED: Everything We Know About Ellen Page’s New Wife Emma Portner Portner also announced the surprise marriage on her Instagram page, writing, “@ellenpage I LOVE YOU.”... Read More
Híradó.hu: The Scientologist Center was closed by NAV Other 

Híradó.hu: The Scientologist Center was closed by NAV

The National Tax and Customs Office (NAV) of the Scientologists on Váci út was closed by the National Tax and Customs Administration (NAV), according to the Híradó.hu newspaper on Tuesday afternoon. As they recalled, the staff of the National Investigation Office (NNI) were investigated in October last year by the Scientologists XIII. (NAIH) has received multiple complaints from individuals who... Read More
The birth of Jesus is the joy of the whole life          Other Culture World 

The birth of Jesus is the joy of the whole life       

Jesus is the birthplace of Jesus, a joyous glory that pervades all human life, which gives hope in all life situations – said Péter Erdő Cardinal, Primate of MTI at Christmas. The Cardinal emphasized that the faith of Christians is fulfilled in such a way that the love of God who commits a fateful communion is stronger than death, which... Read More
Rippl-Rónai sells for 8 million      Other Culture 

Rippl-Rónai sells for 8 million    

A total of 35 million forints remained in the value of the large auction of the Virág Judit Gallery, whose total turnover was more than HUF 1 billion at the Congress Center on December 17th. You can buy the artwork at auction at any time. The three most precious paintings are a Rippl-Rónai, a 1910’s, a 1957 Béla Kondor female... Read More
The armor of Grafene solidifies as a diamond Other 

The armor of Grafene solidifies as a diamond

Soldiers and policemen can be relieved, because of the grace of the century’s wondrous material, a thin and light bulletproof armor can be made. New York researchers discovered that two layers of graphene solidified as diamonds under some mechanical pressure. By this time, researchers were experimenting in 2014, but they were shot at a single layer of graphene, and there... Read More
They found the wreckage of the Australian submarine of the first World War of 103 years      Other Culture 

They found the wreckage of the Australian submarine of the first World War of 103 years  

He found more than a hundred years ago during the First World War, wiping off the Australian submarine near Papua New Guinea, BBC News said. The AE-1 belonged to the Australian navy, the first submarine of allied forces that disappeared in World War I. Onboard the submarine, 35 Australian and British crew resided when near the Papua New Guinea, near... Read More
At Christmas four times more often in dogs is chocolate poisoning        Other 

At Christmas four times more often in dogs is chocolate poisoning     

At Christmas it is four times more common in chickens than in other periods of the year when dogs in the family live. Dogs love chocolate flavor, but they can also treat them in small quantities – experts warned in a new study. According to a research published in the Veterinary Record, hundreds of dogs are in need of veterinary... Read More
The cause of sexual harassment was the most sought-after news of AP this year.       Other Movie 

The cause of sexual harassment was the most sought-after news of AP this year.     

The US news agency published a list of its most wanted stories on Thursday. According to this, a series of harassment scandals in Harvey Weinstein’s filmmaker’s sexual harassment cases were mostly interested in news feeders. Oscar winner Harvey Weinstein was one of the most influential actors in the Hollywood film industry. The New York Times announced two full-page investigative reports... Read More
European Court of Justice: Uberre can be enforced for traditional taxis Other World 

European Court of Justice: Uberre can be enforced for traditional taxis

In spite of the innovative concept, the Uber providing the Internet freight distribution service is a transport company, so it is possible to enforce the national regulations on traditional taxi companies – the European Court of Justice said in a Wednesday ruling. According to Uber, the verdict does not change its functioning in most EU Member States. The court in... Read More
The somatic rhinoceros genome was severely compromised        Other Interesting Facts 

The somatic rhinoceros genome was severely compromised     

The rhymes of Sumatran, one of the most endangered mammals of the Earth, have been decomposed. According to genetic tracing, the population of the species has been declining for a very long time. Problems of the Sumatra rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) started in the ice age when their life span narrowed. Since then, human activity has continued to decrease the number... Read More
Terrorism – Expert: Western politics must decide what philosophy to follow          Other World 

Terrorism – Expert: Western politics must decide what philosophy to follow       

Western politics must decide what philosophy it is to follow, to leave it alive, to use or to get rid of Islamists, “said Nógrádi György security expert on the M1 current channel on Sunday. He added that, according to the latest data, at least 121 of the 630 registered Jihadist warlords of Belgian origin returned to Belgium among the fighters... Read More
Willing to acknowledge the pilot unions of Ryanair       Other World 

Willing to acknowledge the pilot unions of Ryanair    

Changing its decade-long business policy, Ryanair is willing to admit some trade unions that have pilots and cabin pilots and are ready to negotiate with them to avoid strikes. In a letter to the Irish MTI, Friday’s Irish Airlines airline wrote that it had written in writing to Irish, British, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese unions to be ready to... Read More
Discovered the Eighth Planet of a Distant Star          Other Interesting Facts 

Discovered the Eighth Planet of a Distant Star       

They discovered a remote star, the eighth planet of Kepler-90, which increased the system’s planets to eight, as much as the Solar System. Kepler-90 is the star of most planets that have ever been discovered outside the solar system, “wrote the BBC news portal. The star is only a bit hotter and bigger than the Sun, researchers have so far... Read More
Harma Causes – Salma Hayek accuses Weinstein of being sexually abused and deadly threatened           Other Movie 

Harma Causes – Salma Hayek accuses Weinstein of being sexually abused and deadly threatened        

Another film star in the media against Harvey Weinstein: Salma Hayek in the New York Times accused the filmmaker of having sexually harassed her and threatening to kill her. As the movie star recalled, Weinstein’s anger over the refusal told him, “I’ll kill you, do not think I can not.” Hayek explained that he had not heard enough about his... Read More
She appeared in five copies of Prince’s famous Black Album        Other 

She appeared in five copies of Prince’s famous Black Album     

Five copies of one of the world’s most popular vinyl records, Prince’s famous 1987 Black Album, emerged, all of which had to be destroyed at the author’s order – wrote Rolling Stone online. Prince decided this because he was “wrong” for the record. To know the destruction of only one copy of the 500,000 prints survived, the Warner Bros. publisher... Read More
Jerusalem Status – Netanyahu: The American move will enable peace to be established      Other World 

Jerusalem Status – Netanyahu: The American move will enable peace to be established   

The criticisms are just about allowing Middle East peace to be approved by US President Donald Trump on the previous week’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday in Brussels, adding that the European Union hopes to follow the American example. “The move does not hinder, but it allows peace,... Read More
Max Clifford, a former PR-guru convicted for sexual crimes, died     Other United Kingdom 

Max Clifford, a former PR-guru convicted for sexual crimes, died  

Max Clifford, the former chief PR manager of the British celebrity, has been serving a serious jail sentence for juvenile offspring and young women for decades of serial sex offenses. According to the British Ministry of Home Affairs Sunday’s report, the 74-year-old Clifford was sentenced to a hospital for a heart attack on the prison cell of the day, but... Read More
Plenty of satellites could have caused ruthenium radiation, according to my research conducted by Roszatom        Other World 

Plenty of satellites could have caused ruthenium radiation, according to my research conducted by Roszatom     

The burned satellite returning to the atmosphere, not the alleged accident in the Mayak nuclear facility near Ozor, could have caused the presence of ruthenium 106 radioactive isotope in the atmosphere in September and October, according to Roszatom, an interinstitutional committee of inquiry commissioned by the Russian nuclear state. In the study, Roszatom, the Russian Academy of Sciences Nuclear Safety... Read More
The oldest eye of the world has been discovered in a 530 million year-old fossil Other Interesting Facts 

The oldest eye of the world has been discovered in a 530 million year-old fossil

The oldest discovery of the world so far has been concealed by a 530 million-year-old fossil according to a new study by an international research group. The fossil of a long dead sea creature contains an early form of an eye, such as some of today’s crabs, bees and dragonflies, according to the science sciences science magazine PNAS published by... Read More
With the exception of London, the major Western European markets were minus      Other Finance 

With the exception of London, the major Western European markets were minus   

Except for London, the leading indexes of leading Western European stock exchanges fell short on Wednesday. Preliminary data show that the FTSE-100 index on the London Stock Exchange rose 0.28 percent, while the DAX index in Frankfurt fell 0.38 percent and the Paris CAC-40 index fell by 0.02 percent. Among the pan-European indices, Stoxx Europe 600 decreased by 0.11 percent,... Read More
Remission of type 2 diabetes is a significant reduction in weight        Other World 

Remission of type 2 diabetes is a significant reduction in weight     

About 90 percent of the type 2 diabetes mellitus involved in the weight-loss program achieved remission of the disease by 10 to 15 kilograms or more in weight – found in researchers from Newcastle and the University of Glasgow published in The Lancet. 45.6 percent of those with a low calorie diet aged three to five months also managed to... Read More
Jerusalem Status – Hamas Announces Intifada         Other World United States Of America 

Jerusalem Status – Hamas Announces Intifada      

Anzhi Haníje, the leader of the radical Islamist Hamas organization in Gaza, called it a war message on Thursday and announced a new intifada, a Palestinian uprising on Friday, for US President Donald Trump’s decision that the United States is considering Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and plans to move his embassy Tel Aviv. “I call on the Palestinian... Read More
Fitch: With a very good global public debt-quality outlook 2018      Other Finance 

Fitch: With a very good global public debt-quality outlook 2018   

The 2018 year begins with extremely good global public debt-quality prospects – is based on Fitch Ratings’ annual assessment of the situation in London on Monday. According to the international rating agency, since 2004, the highest number of developed industrial economies with a sovereign grade will improve next year. According to Fitch’s comprehensive report, eight of the state-owned industrialists in... Read More
Miheil Saakashvili was detained in Kiev, his followers clashed with policemen     Other 

Miheil Saakashvili was detained in Kiev, his followers clashed with policemen  

The Ukrainian authorities have suspended cooperation with criminal organizations on Tuesday in Miheil Szaakasvili’s former governor, former Georgian president, at the Kiev apartment, “the Ukrainian Security Service (SZBU) reported on the Ukrainian Pravda news portal. Before taking custody, Saakashvili climbed to the top of his eight-story house and threatened to jump. According to the UNIAN Ukrainian news agency, Saakashvili stole... Read More
In Moscow, the mass media classified as foreign agents were named      Other World 

In Moscow, the mass media classified as foreign agents were named   

Nine government-funded US media reported on Tuesday as a qualified foreign agent by the Russian Ministry of Justice in response to the Russian state RT America television and Sputnik radio and news agency accused of manipulating the presidential campaign in the United States. In Russia, the Voice of America radio, the co-operated Nasztojascseje Vremja (Current Time) television, and the Radio... Read More
It could be a shame about the suspicious package found in Potsdam        Other World 

It could be a shame about the suspicious package found in Potsdam     

Not a terrorist attack, but a major extortion may be part of a suspected explosive device found in Potsdam, Germany on Friday, according to the first findings of the investigation, local authorities reported on Sunday. In a joint statement by the Potsdam Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Provincial Police Headquarters in Brandenburg and the Provincial Ministry of Home Affairs, the head... Read More
Pope Francis: prepare for our fellowmen for Christmas      Other World 

Pope Francis: prepare for our fellowmen for Christmas   

Helping our affluent fellow men lead toward the approaching Christmas holidays – said Pope Francis, returning from his Asian journey on the first Sunday of Advent on St Peter’s Square. The Catholic Church chief said on Sunday in his regular Sunday speech: “With attention and vigilance” we must be prepared for Christmas. Considering that, as we turn away from our... Read More
Ancient Edomite Temple was found in an Israeli military area        Other Interesting Facts 

Ancient Edomite Temple was found in an Israeli military area     

More than two thousand years old temple was found by drone strikes in an Israeli military training area, “the Times of Israel online edition reported. In the vicinity of the ancient Lákis settlement – on October recordings of military drones with cameras – the remnants of some 2200 years old church or palace were discovered. “The drone recordings helped us... Read More
Roundtable Discussion: Different Compromise in the Former Countries of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy          Other World 

Roundtable Discussion: Different Compromise in the Former Countries of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy       

The 1867 Compromise in Hungary and Austria was a positive event, but the Czech Republic and Slovakia caused frustration and bitterness – the participants of the roundtable discussion organized at Andrássy University on Thursday in Budapest on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Compromise. Zoltán Balog, Minister of Human Resources, called the last “beautiful period” the era of... Read More
They made it easy to read the notes of a notorious Sonderkommando member      Other Interesting Facts 

They made it easy to read the notes of a notorious Sonderkommando member   

The Manuscript of a Sonderkommando member of the Nazi death camps in Auschwitz was read by a digital imaging process – BBC News reported. Marcel Nadjari, a Jewish Greek captive of Auschwitz, reported on how thousands of Jews were driven to the gas chamber daily by the camp guard. In 1944, his 26-year-old male fellow slaves learned that his parents... Read More
Between the world’s volcanic superpowers, less time is assumed     Other Interesting Facts 

Between the world’s volcanic superpowers, less time is assumed  

There is less time between two world-famous so-called volcanic superheroes, as they have previously thought, “researchers at the University of Bristol have analyzed the geological data of a hundred thousand years. Volcanoes and giant meteorites are powerful geological hazards that can cause global destruction. According to the latest research, they are also capable of pushing humanity into a state of... Read More
Trophy hunting can lead to extinction of species by eliminating “good genes”        Other World 

Trophy hunting can lead to extinction of species by eliminating “good genes”     

The hunting of prominent horns due to their spectacular horns or maneuvers increases the chances of extinction of species by eliminating “good genes” according to a new study. Eradicating five percent of endangered species of endangered species can destroy the entire population on the basis of research published in the recent issue of Biological Sciences. The favorite targets for trophy... Read More
Rosiclosmos: all 19 satellites have been lost from Vosztocsnij     Other World 

Rosiclosmos: all 19 satellites have been lost from Vosztocsnij  

Neither the Meteor M 2-1 meteorological satellites nor the other 18 minisets from the Vosztocsni Space Base could be set as targets, Roscommon said on Tuesday. According to the Russian Space Agency, the Soyuz-2.1b launcher was successfully launched, its first stages had fallen as planned, but the Fregat accelerator failed. The Rosiclosmos first reported that Meteor-M 2-1 had broken the... Read More
It is forbidden to use the image of the statue of Michelangelo David for commercial purposes        Other Culture World 

It is forbidden to use the image of the statue of Michelangelo David for commercial purposes     

Throughout Europe, it will be forbidden to use the image of David sculpture Michelangelo without permission for commercial purposes – the competent Florentine court ruled. The restriction announced last week is aimed at blocking the events of ticket-makers who offer over-ticket enthusiasts to the Galleries dell’Accademia in Florence, a Renaissance masterpiece – writes TheLocal.it news portal. The restriction is primarily... Read More
He was deceived by his bourgeois title Oxford Aung San Suu Kyi          Other United Kingdom 

He was deceived by his bourgeois title Oxford Aung San Suu Kyi       

He defied Oxford Aung San Suu Kyi Myanmar’s leader from the honorary citizen’s address for tolerating the persecution of the Rohinga Muslim minority. The advice of the patriotic English city council decided to unanimously vote on the withdrawal of the banned citizen title in 1997, according to a statement to the British press on Tuesday. According to the official justification,... Read More
The European Commission has adopted new rules for electronic payment security      Other European Union 

The European Commission has adopted new rules for electronic payment security   

The European Commission has adopted new rules to make business cards more secure and make online payments made online, to significantly reduce the level of payment fraud and protect the confidentiality of users’ financial information, the EU commission said on Monday. The information underlines that under the new rules, in order to make electronic payments safer and more reliable, pre-payment... Read More