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French riots – Experts: There is not much chance of a motion of censure against the government Other 

French riots – Experts: There is not much chance of a motion of censure against the government

It is unlikely success recently submitted by the three French left-wing opposition party motion of censure against the government by Eszter Soos Petronella and Anita Szucs France expert. Experts on Sundays on the M1 Current Channel’s Eye-to-Face program, Eszter Petronella Soós, believed that the government of Prime Minister Édouard Philippe would fail, will be from the will of Emmanuel Macron... Read More
CDU renewal – The topic of migration and security is on the agenda of the new CDU’s new president Other 

CDU renewal – The topic of migration and security is on the agenda of the new CDU’s new president

The topic of migration and security is the first on the agenda of the new chairman of the German Christian-Democratic Union (CDU), Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer. The politician in his interview with the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag on the question of what will be his first major “project” said that in January a so-called workshop on migration and security was organized... Read More
French riots – High school students continued their movements Other 

French riots – High school students continued their movements

About a thousand French high school students demanded the resignation of Emmanuel Macron, head of state, in Paris on Friday. This was the first time students took part in the capital, since they joined the movement of daisies against the social and tax policy of the French government at the beginning of the week, as well as protesting the education... Read More
Authorities have been striking the assault band between North Africa and Spain Other 

Authorities have been striking the assault band between North Africa and Spain

One of the most prominent snipers between North Africa and Spain was beaten by the Spanish authorities and detained 57 people – the Spanish gendarmerie announced on Thursday. During the action in southern Spain, 10 tonnes of hashs were seized, 12 stolen cars were found, and 10 hiding places were discovered. The extremely well-organized gang smuggled the drug from Morocco... Read More
French riots – Macron: fuel tax will not rise in 2019 Other 

French riots – Macron: fuel tax will not rise in 2019

It abolishes the planned increase of fuel tax for the next year with the French government and replaces the standards of living standards – the French presidential office said late on Wednesday evening. Following Saturday’s riots in Paris, Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced on Tuesday that, in fulfilling the major claim of the elite movement, the government announces a six-month... Read More
Artificial radio signals were searched by scientists studying Oumuamu Other 

Artificial radio signals were searched by scientists studying Oumuamu

Scientists were also searching for artificial radio signals when Oumuamu, the Solar System, was explored for the first time, his first “interstellar immigrant”. Since the discovery of Oumuamua in 2017, scientists have been trying to explain their special shape and characteristics to accurately determine their origins. Scientists at the SETI Institute specializing in searching for intelligent life outside of Earth... Read More
Climate Convention – WHO: The implementation of the Paris agreement can save one million lives a year Other 

Climate Convention – WHO: The implementation of the Paris agreement can save one million lives a year

The implementation of the Paris agreement can save a million lives annually worldwide by reducing air pollution – this estimate is readable by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday’s report on the health effects of the climate at the Katowice climate summit. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, speaking on Wednesday at the 24th Annual Meeting of the United Nations... Read More
Kercsi incident – Ukraine’s western neighbors asked for help to strengthen border protection Other 

Kercsi incident – Ukraine’s western neighbors asked for help to strengthen border protection

The leadership of the Ukrainian border guards led to Western neighbors, including Hungary, with a request to strengthen their defense against the side of the border with Ukraine, said Petro Cihikal, leader of the Ukrainian border guard on Tuesday in a TV interview quoted by the UNIAN Ukrainian news agency. The official said he wrote a letter to the leaders... Read More
Illegal immigration – By the end of November, about 59,000 arrived in Spain Other 

Illegal immigration – By the end of November, about 59,000 arrived in Spain

In the first eleven months of the year, about 59,000 illegally arrived in Spain by sea and land, said the Spanish Interior Ministry on Tuesday. According to the series published on the Ministry’s website, between January and November the number of illegal immigrants increased by 129 percent compared to the same period last year, when some 25,000 people were registered.... Read More
Another mafia leader lost to the Cosa Nostra of Color Other 

Another mafia leader lost to the Cosa Nostra of Color

In Palermo, 46 members of local organized crime have been detained including the new leader of Cosa Nostra, Settimo Mineo, the Italian authorities said on Tuesday. The official action has made another blow to Kupola, the continually reorganizing Sicilian Mafia’s main governing body The new leader of organized crime in Sicily, the eighty-year-old Settimo Mineo, who was elected to Cosa... Read More
Five milliseconds ago, black hole holes were detected Other 

Five milliseconds ago, black hole holes were detected

Four additional gravity wave sources have been found when evaluating the latest measurement data for LIGO and VIRGO co-operation, one of the waves originated five billion years ago when the Sun was generated, “said MTA Wigner Physics Research Center on Monday with MTI. The farthest source that could be detected by gravity wave detectors was only 2.9 billion light years... Read More
Expert: In France, the middle class’s dissatisfaction is causing protests Other 

Expert: In France, the middle class’s dissatisfaction is causing protests

In France, the middle class living in increasingly poor, discontented, disappointed in politicians, which is why the demonstrations – said Anita Szucs, a professor at Corvinus University of Budapest M1 current channel Monday morning show. Following reforms by Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, elected one and a half years ago, the French economy is beginning to be sustainable, but... Read More
In Andalusia, the electoral committee announced the victory of the Socialists Other 

In Andalusia, the electoral committee announced the victory of the Socialists

The Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) has announced the victory of Sunday’s elections in Andalusia at the local election committee. According to official results published at 97 percent of the votes cast, the Socialist Party running the Autonomous Community of South Spain for 36 years, with 28.1 percent of the vote, has obtained 33 seats in the local 109-seat legislature,... Read More
At the request of Macron, the French Prime Minister welcomes the representatives of the lilies and the leaders of the parliamentary parties Other 

At the request of Macron, the French Prime Minister welcomes the representatives of the lilies and the leaders of the parliamentary parties

French President Emmanuel Macron urged Prime Minister Édouard Philippe to welcome the leaders of all parliamentary parties and representatives of protesters to jointly find a way out of the crisis resulting from increasingly violent riots accompanying the movements of yellow-haired protesters to raise fuel taxes – said the French Presidency on Sunday. The talks will begin on Monday with party... Read More
Thousands of civil servants have claimed in Catalonia the abolition of the restrictions imposed seven years ago Other 

Thousands of civil servants have claimed in Catalonia the abolition of the restrictions imposed seven years ago

Thousands of civil servants took to the street in Catalonia on Thursday, demanding the abolition of austerity measures introduced seven years ago, as well as more funding, staffing and better working conditions. According to the Barcelona police, around eight thousand people were reported in the city, while the four trade unions announcing the actions spoke about 25,000 to 30,000 protests.... Read More
The Finns and the numbers have the same Siberian genes as an analysis of ancient DNA patterns Other 

The Finns and the numbers have the same Siberian genes as an analysis of ancient DNA patterns

Finnish researchers first studied the DNA patterns of their ancestors’ homes, their results showed that genetics from “Siberia” came to Finland at the time, ancient genes were compared with the genes of today’s residents, and Siberian origins are still well-visible to both Finns and Finns the other Finns in the Finno-Ugric language family. The studied and compared gene samples were... Read More
The InSight robot geologist spacecraft successfully landed on Mars Other 

The InSight robot geologist spacecraft successfully landed on Mars

After about 485,000 kilometers of roads, the InSight spacecraft successfully landed on Mars at 20:00, 54 GMT, at Central European Time, said US Space Agency at NASA. InSight, launched on May 5, is the first space probe that has landed on the Red Planet since Curiosity’s arrival in Mars 2012. During his two-year mission, the robot geologist spacecraft is investigating... Read More
The remains of an unknown ancestor of the Gigantic dinosaurs were discovered in Brazil Other 

The remains of an unknown ancestor of the Gigantic dinosaurs were discovered in Brazil

The later Gigantic dinosaurs discovered the remains of an early unknown ancestor, who had lived up to 225 million years ago, archaeologists in the southern part of Brazil. The Universidade Federal de Santa Maria and the Sao Paulo University researchers have discovered a complete skeleton of the three specimens of the species that survived in the late Triassic age –... Read More
Pope Francis wrote a letter to a woman who suffered a violence Other 

Pope Francis wrote a letter to a woman who suffered a violence

Pope Francis apologized in writing for the violence suffered by an Italian woman who was cast by her husband with acid – they were made public on Sunday, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Pope Francis’s letter was presented and read by the RAI Italian public service television Sunday morning. The Catholic church chief apologized and... Read More
Robert De Niro divorces his wife after twenty years Other 

Robert De Niro divorces his wife after twenty years

After six months of marriage, Robert De Niro divorced from his wife, Grace Hightower, the Hollywood Reporter shared. The Raging Bull, The Taxi Driver and the soon-to-be-cast Joker starred in Grace Hightower in 1997, who was known by many as the novelist and the Precious – The Happiness Price. The couple have two children, their son is 20 years old... Read More
Similar to adults, they are able to decide on small children in social situations Other 

Similar to adults, they are able to decide on small children in social situations

Like young adults, they take into account contextuality, past events, and other people’s knowledge when making decisions about social situations – a joint research by Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) and Central European University (CEU) scientists published by the American Academy of Sciences. According to the CEU’s Communication, the study by ELTE researchers, Ildikó Király and Katalin Oláh, together with CEU... Read More
Molotov cocktails were thrown unknown to St. Andrew’s Church in Kiev Other 

Molotov cocktails were thrown unknown to St. Andrew’s Church in Kiev

Two unknown attackers threw two Molotov cocktails on Thursday at the door of the Saint Andrew Church in Kiev – said the Kiev police on Facebook. According to the authorities, the guards noticed the vandals, tried to stop them, but they sprayed them with gas spray and fled. One guard then called the police. There was no serious personal injury... Read More
The heart attack is more common among young women Other 

The heart attack is more common among young women

The heart attack, which was once considered as an old man’s disease, is increasingly occurring among young people, especially among women, according to American researchers. In a study published on Sunday by the American Heart Society in Chicago, and published in their journal Circulation, researchers at the Medical Faculty of the University of North Carolina investigated the incidence of a... Read More
Irish scientists have discovered why obese people may be cancerous Other 

Irish scientists have discovered why obese people may be cancerous

Discovering Irish scientists can explain why people with fat are more likely to be cancer. Trinity College, London, has revealed that the types of cells that the body uses to kill cancer cells are blocked by the fat and cease to function. Obesity is one of the main but preventable causes of cancer disease after smoking. In Britain, for example,... Read More
The Washington Post: The American Bishops’ Conference was disappointed by the Vatican’s request Other 

The Washington Post: The American Bishops’ Conference was disappointed by the Vatican’s request

The head of the US Bishops’ Conference expressed disappointment with the Vatican’s request for bishops not to vote on measures to combat sexual abuse – the Washington Post wrote in a Monday issue. Daniel DiNardo, President of the American Bishops’ Conference, told the bishops on Monday that Pope Francis asked not to vote on measures to tackle the crisis of... Read More
First, plastic microfibers were detected in wild faeces Other 

First, plastic microfibers were detected in wild faeces

Scientists from the United States have published their study in the journal Marine Pollution Bulletin for the first time that plastic microfibers were detected in wild faeces. “It’s no secret that plastic pollution is one of the biggest threats to marine ecosystems, but we are just beginning to assess the extent of the problem,” said Mauricio Seguel, associate at Georgia... Read More
The fertility rate is drastically decreasing worldwide Other 

The fertility rate is drastically decreasing worldwide

A fertility rate in the world between 1950 and 2017 has drastically decreased – a recent study published in The Lancet Medical Journal found that almost half of the countries in the world have no sufficient child to maintain the size of the population. According to the indicators, in 1950, women had an average of 4.7 children in their lifetime.... Read More
The Russian Space Station of the International Space Station was restarted Other 

The Russian Space Station of the International Space Station was restarted

After the resumption, the operation of the defective central computer of the Russian Space Station of the International Space Station was restored – said Dmitrij Rogozin, head of Russian state-owned company Roszkoszmos, on Twitter on Thursday. Roskhosmos announced on Tuesday that one of the three computers in the Zvezda module had malfunctioning, adding that it did not threaten the operation... Read More
New research has confirmed that artificial fertilization can save the northern broadband rhinoceros Other 

New research has confirmed that artificial fertilization can save the northern broadband rhinoceros

New research has confirmed that artificial fertilization can save North Rhine Rhinoceros: British scientists have found that the North and South Rhinoceros are genetically closer to each other than they have been. Because of poaching, the North American rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum cottoni) reached the edge of extinction: only two female specimens live, both of them unable to reproduce. According to... Read More
The court ordered the ex-Belgian king to go through DNA paternity lawsuit against him Other 

The court ordered the ex-Belgian king to go through DNA paternity lawsuit against him

The DNA was ordered by the court II. Albert was a Belgian king in a paternity court filed by Delphine Boel; she tells herself as a child born out of her former ruling marriage. According to the lawyer’s lawyer’s announcement Monday, the court in the case ordered the former Belgian king to submit a paternity test within three months. II.... Read More
Accused of being injured by an acid-swept Ukrainian civil activist Other 

Accused of being injured by an acid-swept Ukrainian civil activist

Katerina Handzjuk, a Ukrainian civil activist, adviser to the Mayor of Herson, who had been severely burned for more than three months in a Kiev hospital after attacking her concentrated sulfuric acid at her face in front of her home in Herszon, South Ukraine. In an attack on 31 July, more than 30 percent of the 33-year-old woman’s body suffered... Read More
Robot posters are coming to Norway Other 

Robot posters are coming to Norway

They can ship hundreds of orders per day on average. Norway’s public postal service has come up with interesting innovations and will soon start using robotic postings. This time it is not a drastic solution, but it is about to introduce a post on four wheeled electric vehicles. The operation of robots is basically simple. In the first step, mails... Read More
A 35-year disappearance case is being investigated after human bones have been found in a Vatican property Other 

A 35-year disappearance case is being investigated after human bones have been found in a Vatican property

Explanation of the Holy See is a 35-year-old Roman teenage family after human remains were found on a Roman property in the Vatican, and the authorities began to investigate whether the bones could disappear in the unclear Emanuela Orlandi or another almost sloppy student girl with her. On Wednesday, a medical examiner has been asked to answer the skeleton found... Read More
As a weapon test, Ukraine temporarily closes its airspace over the Black Sea Other 

As a weapon test, Ukraine temporarily closes its airspace over the Black Sea

It conducts missile tests in the Herszon county in the southern part of the country, which is why it temporarily closes the airspace over the Black Sea from 1 to 4 November, said Dmitro Stutinsky, spokesman for the Ukrainian army’s air force on Wednesday. For further details the spokesman has not yet made public. The Ukrainian news agency UNIAN recalled... Read More
The 13-year-old Spanish throne was first spoken to the public Other 

The 13-year-old Spanish throne was first spoken to the public

First talked to the public, Leonora, a Spanish shepherd who read the first article of the country’s constitution at the Cervantes Institute’s ceremony in Madrid on Wednesday. The Princess of Asturias had spent the 13th year on this day, so he followed the family traditions since his father, VI. King Philip had spoken so long ago for the first time... Read More
Vaccination can lead to anticoagulants in the future Other 

Vaccination can lead to anticoagulants in the future

Vaccination may eventually lead to oral anticoagulants to reduce the risk of secondary stroke caused by blood clots according to a new Japanese study. According to a study published in the journal of the American Heart Association Hypertension, Japanese researchers have successfully tested a mice in an experimental vaccine that provided protection against clot formation for more than two months... Read More
WHO: More than 90 percent of the world’s children’s population are polluted by heart every day Other 

WHO: More than 90 percent of the world’s children’s population are polluted by heart every day

Worldwide, around 93 percent of the world’s children are heartburned for their health and the development of polluted air that poses a serious risk – the World Health Organization (WHO) reports in its latest report that in 2016, approximately 600,000 children under the age of 15 caused the death of air- respiratory infections. The study examined the impact of outdoor... Read More
Robert de Niro also received a bomb-like package Other 

Robert de Niro also received a bomb-like package

A suspicious package was sent to the filmmaker Robert de Niro from the Manhattan Tribeca quarter of police officers, CNN said on Thursday. The channel’s portal, referring to police sources, wrote that there were similar indications on the package as those in which the pipeline was bombed, and addressed to Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and George Soros. The... Read More
Less than half of Ukrainians trust in the return of the Crimea Other 

Less than half of Ukrainians trust in the return of the Crimea

42.3% of Ukrainians are confident that the Crimea, which was arbitrarily deployed by Russia, would soon be part of the Ukrainian state sooner or later, but at least in time, according to a survey conducted by two prestigious sociological institutes, the Ilka Kucseriva Foundation and The Razumkov Center, whose results were published on Monday. Sociologists have reported to the UNIAN... Read More
He auctioned out Marilyn Monroe’s Jewish prayer book Other 

He auctioned out Marilyn Monroe’s Jewish prayer book

He auctiones the Jewish actor of Hollywood actor Marilyn Monroe. The actress moved to the Jewish religion in 1956 before marrying with writer Arthur Miller. The book, released in 1922, can be bidded on Cedarhurst, Long Island, on November 12. The starting price is $ 4,500. Monroe had crossed to Judaism before joining Miller, and he was kept in Jewish... Read More
It would not allow the German Bundesrat to wear face-to-face suits before the courts Other 

It would not allow the German Bundesrat to wear face-to-face suits before the courts

The prohibition of wearing of face clothes in the courts is initiated by a decision of the German Bundesrat, which is the Bundesrat of German legislature, on Friday. In the Communication on the Legislative Initiative, it was emphasized that face masking is incompatible with the principle that courts should work with the best possible means to reveal the truth. Such... Read More
There were dozens of dwarf penguins in Tasmania killed in a dog attack Other 

There were dozens of dwarf penguins in Tasmania killed in a dog attack

It was likely that a puppy was killed by the 58 dwarf penguins whose scattered carcass was discovered by a passer by a North Tasmanian beach. Wildlife protection authorities have launched a lawsuit – the BBC’s news portal writes. In recent months, this was the second dog attack on Blue Penguins, also known as Dwarf Penguins (Eudyptula minor), on the... Read More
The dogs were kept with the man during the migration from the fertile crescent Other 

The dogs were kept with the man during the migration from the fertile crescent

Nearly 9,000 years ago, people who started traveling to Europe and Asia from the fertile semi-moon of the Middle East have already been accompanied by long-haul migration by their domesticated dogs, according to a research that confirmed the results of DNA samples. According to a research published in Biology Letters, the dogs were involved in the history of mankind as... Read More
EB and Bill Gates set up a clean energy investment fund Other 

EB and Bill Gates set up a clean energy investment fund

The European Commission and Bill Gates, chaired by Breakthrough Energy, have set up a 100 million-euro investment fund for clean energy, the EU commission said on Wednesday. According to the information, the Memorandum of Understanding provides for the creation of a joint investment fund called Breakthrough Energy Europe (BEE), which will help innovative European companies to develop and market new... Read More
There was an explosion on the Crimean peninsula in a school, many dead and wounded Other 

There was an explosion on the Crimean peninsula in a school, many dead and wounded

An explosion occurred on Wednesday in the Technical School of the Kerch City on the Crimean Peninsula. According to the first information, ten lives were lost and about fifty wounded. According to the Russian National Anti-Terrorist Committee, an explosive structure of unknown origin has been activated in the teaching institution. Sergei Melikov, the first deputy commander of the Russian National... Read More
Cologne hostage ended Other 

Cologne hostage ended

Police action ended the hostage taking place in Cologne, Germany on Monday afternoon, the offender was seriously injured. The federal police department of North Rhine-Westphalia announced that the hostage had suffered life-threatening injuries in the operation and began resuscitation. Outside of it, a hostage was more easily injured. The case was in a pharmacy early in the Cologne Main Station... Read More
Three more missing people are searching for in Mallorca after the floods Other 

Three more missing people are searching for in Mallorca after the floods

Dead of two of the three who resumed rescue operations on Thursday in the eastern part of Mallorca Island, Spain, where the abrupt sudden heavy rains caused a major floods a day earlier, were found dead. The two new victims are a couple of sixty-year-old German nationals. They are still struggling with a 5-year-old boy who lost his mother’s life... Read More
Several people died and disappeared due to flooding in Mallorca Other 

Several people died and disappeared due to flooding in Mallorca

The number of fatalities has risen to nine, and many are still missing on the island of Mallorca, Spain, where abrupt rain rains caused severe flooding on Wednesday. The flood-like downpour affected the eastern part of the island, mainly Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, and four of the victims were residents of this village. Mayor Mayor Puigrós said on the morning... Read More