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Pope Francis: It is not the Church that must be destroyed because of the sins of the members of the Church Other 

Pope Francis: It is not the Church that must be destroyed because of the sins of the members of the Church

Pope Francis spoke of the charges against the Church for the protection of minors in the Vatican before the bishop’s meeting on Thursday, while victims of sexual abuse by priests held a protest demonstration in the Papal state. Pope Francis said before Wednesday’s general audience, in an impromptu speech to a group of pilgrims in Italy: “there are sinners among... Read More
First, macular degeneration was treated with gene therapy Other 

First, macular degeneration was treated with gene therapy

First, eye cancer, the most common cause of vision loss and blindness, was treated with gene therapy, BBC News reported. The Oxford University scientists injected the synthetic gene into the eyeball of an elderly local resident to prevent further retinal cells from dying. This is the first method to cure the genetic cause of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Approximately 600,000... Read More
A plastic additive was found in the eggs of the Arctic bird Other 

A plastic additive was found in the eggs of the Arctic bird

The world’s farthest ancient areas are also covered with plastic rubbish: chemical additive from plastic found in eggs from birds in northern Canada. Fulmarus glacialis found hormone-degrading phthalates when tested for eggs hatched on the island of Prince Leopold in northern Canada. These chemicals are used to make plastics so that the material remains flexible. This is the first time... Read More
Damaged neurons have been repaired in two animal studies Other 

Damaged neurons have been repaired in two animal studies

Damaged nerve cells have been repaired in mice by American and Canadian scientists who hope that their results will allow them to develop drugs that can stop or reverse dementia, reports BBC News. The research was presented at the annual conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Scientists have used two new approaches. One of the... Read More
Catalan Crisis – Prosecutors said they were not acting on their political principles but on their actions against the Catalan leaders Other 

Catalan Crisis – Prosecutors said they were not acting on their political principles but on their actions against the Catalan leaders

It was not their political principles but their actions against Catalan independence politicians and NGO leaders that led to their actions – the accusers in the Supreme Court stressed on the second day of Wednesday. Prosecutor Javier Zaragoza pointed out that the Catalan independence aspiration is not the subject of court proceedings, but “serious acts” that occurred in September and... Read More
One and a half million more American youngsters smoked e-cigarettes last year than a year earlier Other 

One and a half million more American youngsters smoked e-cigarettes last year than a year earlier

One and a half million more American youngsters smoked e-cigarettes in 2018 than last year. Almost 4.9 million US teenagers lived last year with an e-cigarette, said the Federal Agency for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC). CDC Director Robert Redfield stressed to journalists: “The escalation in the use of e-cigarettes by young people is threatening to eradicate our previous efforts... Read More
He was found guilty of Mexico’s former number one drug addict in New York Other 

He was found guilty of Mexico’s former number one drug addict in New York

He found Joaquin Guzman, who is known as El Chapo, in the United States, in New York, to be guilty of a former junk drug bar in Mexico on Tuesday. The jury found Guzman guilty of ten crimes. Among the indictments is the establishment of a criminal organization, a conspiracy for money laundering, the international distribution of cocaine, heroin, marijuana... Read More
They began to exchange official labels in Macedonia Other 

They began to exchange official labels in Macedonia

The Macedonian authorities have begun to exchange the captions to be read in official buildings, and the name Macedonia is changed everywhere to northern Macedonia. From Sunday to Monday, the Macedonian government’s “government of the Republic of Macedonia”, which was reportedly replaced by the inscription “Government of the Republic of North Macedonia”, disappeared from the Macedonian government. For the time... Read More
Insulin injection into capsules was developed by American scientists Other 

Insulin injection into capsules was developed by American scientists

Drug-filled injection capsules have been developed by American scientists who deliver insulin through the stomach. The form of the capsule was inspired by the leopard torso armor. The capsule contains tiny, compressed insulin so that the tablet can replace the injection given by Type 2 diabetics daily – reported medicalxpress.com from a Massachusetts University of Technology (MIT) -based research. The... Read More
Worldwide, the number of suicides has increased, but their share has decreased Other 

Worldwide, the number of suicides has increased, but their share has decreased

The number of suicides exceeded 800,000 in 2016, but their share of the world population has fallen by about one third since 1990, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal. Global suicide rates increased by 6.7 percent between 1990 and 2016 – the authors of the study found that, while taking into account the significant increase in... Read More
A record amount of cocaine was seized last year at the port of Rotterdam Other 

A record amount of cocaine was seized last year at the port of Rotterdam

Last year, authorities seized a record number of nearly 19 tonnes of cocaine in the port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, a local press said Thursday. According to recent information from the prosecutor’s office, a total of 18,947 kilograms of cocaine were seized last year by police and customs in 109 different shipments. This is roughly three times the 2017... Read More
“Northern Macedonia” signed the Protocol on NATO Accession Other 

“Northern Macedonia” signed the Protocol on NATO Accession

Following the end of the name dispute, the member states of Macedonia and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) signed the accession protocol on Wednesday, allowing the future North Macedonia to become a member of the Military Alliance, “said Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO in Brussels on Wednesday. The Secretary-General called it historic, that after many years of diplomatic... Read More
The waters of the world can be more and more blue with climate change Other 

The waters of the world can be more and more blue with climate change

The “blue planet” may be more and more bluish: as the temperature rises, the colors of the world’s waters will become blue. According to their studies, the effect of warming changes the composition of phytoplankton absorbing and reflecting light, ie the small organisms of the seas and oceans. In the coming decades, there will be less and less water in... Read More
In the colonial era, Nigeria is calling for the restoration of its abandoned art treasures Other 

In the colonial era, Nigeria is calling for the restoration of its abandoned art treasures

At the time of colonialism, Nigeria asked the restoration of its art treasures from a British Museum at a day-long symposium where they presented their museum-building plans along with Ghana. The Government of Lagos State, Nigeria, made a formal request to the London institution on Friday to return the so-called Lander Chair. The government of the State of Edo also... Read More
There has been a relationship between some fashionable dog trends and a type of heart disease Other 

There has been a relationship between some fashionable dog trends and a type of heart disease

Researchers have found a connection between some of today’s popular, grain-free and legume-rich dog trends, and a heart disease resulting from a lack of nutrients – a new study has revealed. Experts at the University of California at Davis have found that there is not enough taurine in the body of dogs on these diets, which plays an important role... Read More
The armed man, who fired passers-by in Bastia, France, committed suicide Other 

The armed man, who fired passers-by in Bastia, France, committed suicide

A man who killed a man a day ago and another five wounded his gun with a weapon in Corsica, one of the southern districts of Bastia in France, reported suicide on Thursday, was reported by police sources. After the attack, he was barricaded in his apartment, and when the police around the building intervened, he shot himself with his... Read More
Tens of thousands of young people once again protested to fight climate change in Belgium Other 

Tens of thousands of young people once again protested to fight climate change in Belgium

For the fourth consecutive Thursday morning, thousands of young people have left the street in Belgium to demand more decisive action against climate change. According to the police, 12,500 in Brussels and 15,000 in Liege participated in the demonstration, ie a total of 27,500, slightly less than last week. Participants in the protest initiated by the Youth for Climate movement... Read More
Inspired by spherical fish, inflatable tablets can help cure gastric cancers Other 

Inspired by spherical fish, inflatable tablets can help cure gastric cancers

Scientists have developed a jelly-like tablet that, when it reaches the stomach, blows into a ping-pong ball, like a spherical fish, and lets you monitor ulcers and tumors – writes BBC News. When you get into the body, the tablet behaves like a spherical fish that instantly inflates itself when you feel a threat. For the time being, only pigs... Read More
Illegal immigration – The Netherlands provides shelter for over six hundred children Other 

Illegal immigration – The Netherlands provides shelter for over six hundred children

About 630 children and their families may stay in the Netherlands after having been granted asylum for years as a result of the ruling of the ruling coalition, “said local media on Wednesday. According to information, the Dutch government coalition, after a long debate, decided to exempt minor asylum seekers who had been refused several times in the Netherlands for... Read More
Strasbourg Shooting – Five suspected helpers were detained Other 

Strasbourg Shooting – Five suspected helpers were detained

The French police detained five suspected helpers in Alsace in connection with the December 5 assassination in Strasbourg. They are suspected of helping to procure the weapon used by the attacker to shoot – the authorities confirmed the news of Le Point’s weekly newsletter. The five suspects belong to a family and it is assumed that they all took part... Read More
Sexuality is a gift from God, not a monster according to Pope Francis Other 

Sexuality is a gift from God, not a monster according to Pope Francis

Sexuality is a gift from God, not a monster, there is a need for sexual education in schools, “said Pope Francis on a flight from Panama to Italy, answering the questions of journalists accompanying him on Monday. The first question to the pope was that in Central American countries, a lot of young girls are getting pregnant, so many consider... Read More
Shackleton’s sunken ship is being searched for by an international expedition researching Antarctica Other 

Shackleton’s sunken ship is being searched for by an international expedition researching Antarctica

Ernest Shackleton, an English-Irish explorer shipwrecked at the Antarctic expedition of 1914-15, looks for the remnants of Endurance at the Weddell Sea International Expedition, which managed to reach the Larsen C iceberg, reports BBC News this weekend. Shackleton’s expedition began in the summer of 1914 with the aim of crossing the continent by touching the South Pole. However, Endurance was... Read More
The age of the child when the parents divorce is related to the subsequent depression Other 

The age of the child when the parents divorce is related to the subsequent depression

The age of the child at the time of his parents’ divorce and his subsequent depression are correlated: those aged 15-19 were less likely to have an antidepressant as an adult than those younger than four years old, according to a new study by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH). In Norway, about forty percent of marriages end with... Read More
High blood glucose levels and obesity in pregnant women are correlated Other 

High blood glucose levels and obesity in pregnant women are correlated

High blood sugar levels during pregnancy are associated with obesity in 10-14 year olds, according to a new study. Even up to 20 percent of pregnant women develop pregnancy diabetes, but there has been no information on how long the disease affects children in the long run – medicalxpress.com wrote. The first study of its kind analyzed the long-term consequences... Read More
The “night mayor” was introduced in Prabah Other 

The “night mayor” was introduced in Prabah

The municipal council of the Czech capital appointed Jan Sternet as “mayor of the night” on Monday, working with his colleagues, mainly with the city center and the city police, to address the problems of the nightlife of the Czech capital, said Hana Trestíková, city councilor. According to the press, the population is most disturbed by the extremely noisy nightlife,... Read More
Illegal Immigration – Almost 400 migrants were returned to Libya from the Mediterranean Other 

Illegal Immigration – Almost 400 migrants were returned to Libya from the Mediterranean

A total of 393 migrants in trouble in the Mediterranean were returned to Libya at the weekend, Matteo Salvini, Italian Interior Minister said on Monday. He said that all of the migrants admitted on Sunday by the Libyan Coast Guard are in good health. According to the head of the ministry, 143 people in Tripoli, 144 in Mizrata and 106... Read More
Polish Prosecutor’s Office: The murderer of the mayor of Gdansk also planned other violent actions Other 

Polish Prosecutor’s Office: The murderer of the mayor of Gdansk also planned other violent actions

The murderer of Pawel Adamowicz, mayor of Gdansk, had previously planned other violent actions, “the PAP Polish news agency said Friday, referring to prosecution sources. The 53-year-old Pawel Adamowicz was delayed at a charity outdoor event last Sunday by a criminal, 27-year-old Gdanski man, Stefan W., who was previously diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. After the mayor was taken to hospital,... Read More
Two-thirds of Czechs support same-sex marriage Other 

Two-thirds of Czechs support same-sex marriage

The admission of same-sex marriages is supported by about two-thirds of Czechs, while one-third oppose – from national surveys, the results of which were published on Friday in Prague. The CVVM, Median and PEW polling institutes interviewed more than 3,200 individuals on national samples. The results of the three surveys are essentially the same, ”said Daniel Prokop, a sociologist, who... Read More
The protection of the marine mammals and the turtles had a good effect Other 

The protection of the marine mammals and the turtles had a good effect

More than three-quarters of the populations of marine mammals and sea turtles have grown significantly since the US Endangered Species Act (ESA) has been extended to animals, according to a study by the California Center for Biological Diversity. According to a study published in the PLOS ONE scientific journal, conservation measures for species, such as special treatment of different species... Read More
Stem cell transplantation slowed the aggravation of multiple sclerosis Other 

Stem cell transplantation slowed the aggravation of multiple sclerosis

American researchers have succeeded in slowing down the exacerbation of multiple sclerosis disease by releasing the remitting-remitting type of sclerosis, according to the American Medical Journal, JAMA. Scientists at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University, Chicago, headed by Richard K. Burt, included 110 relapsing-remitting MS patients who had a history of relapses (relapses) of the nervous system symptoms... Read More
Brexit – According to Prague, London must tell you how to proceed Other 

Brexit – According to Prague, London must tell you how to proceed

According to Czech Foreign Minister Tomás Petrícek, after the rejection of the British House of Commons by the British House of Commons (Brexit), it will be in London to tell how to proceed. In his post on Twitter’s social networking site, the Minister says the Czech Republic is prepared for every chance. “I am very sorry that the oldest democracy... Read More
The storm broke out between the Roman administration and the church because of the tiny coins of the Trevi Fountain Other 

The storm broke out between the Roman administration and the church because of the tiny coins of the Trevi Fountain

The storm broke out between the Roman city administration and the church because of the use of tiny coins thrown into the Trevi Fountain. According to BBC News’s Monday report, one and a half million euro (420 million forints) of coins thrown by tourists a year out of the water of the well. Traditionally, the money is given to the... Read More
Becomes Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world Other 

Becomes Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world

After twenty-five years of marriage, Jeff Bezos, founder, CEO and wife of Amazon.com, becomes MacKenzie Bezos. The news was announced by the couple in a joint statement on Wednesday. The 54-year-old Bezos is the world’s richest man, with assets worth more than $ 160 billion, thanks to his stake in the Amazon, which again became the most valuable company on... Read More
There is no risk of transdermal hormone replacement according to a British study Other 

There is no risk of transdermal hormone replacement according to a British study

A recent large-scale British study on the health risks of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has shown that there is no risk of using hormonal patch, gel or cream, but hormone replacement in tablet form increases the risk of thrombosis. Researchers at the University of Nottingham presented their results on Wednesday in the British Medical Journal. Professionals have analyzed HRT data... Read More
In his New Year speech, Pope Francis also spoke about priestly pedophilia Other 

In his New Year speech, Pope Francis also spoke about priestly pedophilia

One of the strikes of our time was called the sexual abuse of priests by Pope Francis in his speech to diplomats accredited to the Vatican in Monday, which also touched upon a number of current international political issues. Pope Francis stated that sexual abuse against minors is the most disgusting crime that inflicts incurable wounds on the victims. The... Read More
There were more people witnessing the data stolen from German public figures Other Tech 

There were more people witnessing the data stolen from German public figures

Several people were questioned as witnesses in Germany for a large-scale data theft of nearly a thousand public figures, said the Federal Criminal Office (BKA) on Monday. According to a statement by the widest investigative police force in Germany, there is still no suspect of data theft against nearly a thousand people. According to the authority, witnesses were heard, among... Read More
Here is vodka made from cheese waste Other Gastronomy 

Here is vodka made from cheese waste

Here is vodka made from cheese waste An oregon alcohol company produces cheese-based alcoholic beverages like vodka – says FoodOnline. According to the report, Wheyward Spirit produces the product from liquid whey, which is a by-product of cheese production. Emily Darchuk, the founder of the company, simply refers to the drink as “liquid gold”. The process from “farm to flask”... Read More
Here is the recording of the farthest body of the solar system Other Interesting Facts 

Here is the recording of the farthest body of the solar system

New Horizons sent further footage of the most distant body of the solar system studied so far, the 2014 MU69, an unofficial asteroid named Ultima Thule, over which the American space probe was flying at dawn. According to NASA researchers, detailed footage during the flight confirmed that the small body had ever been two objects that united and therefore resembled... Read More
An explosion occurred at an office in the largest German opposition party Other 

An explosion occurred at an office in the largest German opposition party

An explosion occurred at an office of the largest German opposition party, the Right-wing Alternative Germany (AfD), on Thursday night in Döbeln, the province of Saxony, with a suspicion of police crime. The investigation is continued by the State Defense Department of the Provincial Criminal Office (LKA). The explosion took place in front of the AfD office in the small... Read More
New dead were removed from the ruins of a residential house exploded in Magnyitogorsk Other 

New dead were removed from the ruins of a residential house exploded in Magnyitogorsk

On Thursday morning, the number of victims of the deaths in the Russian homeland of Magnyitogorsk rose to 37, said the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations. According to the ministry, the fate of four disappeared remains unknown. It is the fourth day of the rescue. The Ministry of Justice announced on Thursday that five survivors were being hospitalized and their... Read More
Conte: Merkel can be trusted Other 

Conte: Merkel can be trusted

In Merkel, you can trust an interview with Die Zeit, a German weekly newsletter on Wednesday, with Guiseppe Conte, Italian Prime Minister, who stressed that he appreciated the leadership and negotiating style of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and told her that she had asked the German government to represent Italy when he was unable to reach the beginning of the... Read More
He drove a pedestrian into a car in Germany on New Year’s Eve, many people were injured Other 

He drove a pedestrian into a car in Germany on New Year’s Eve, many people were injured

Driving a car in New Year’s Eve at night in Bottrop, Germany, the authorities said a deliberate attack occurred, with at least five injured. The 50-year-old Essen man tried to run people at four locations in Essen and Bottrop in the North Rhine-Westphalia region. In the bottrop downtown, he managed to drive into a group. His victims are also Syrian... Read More
The signals from NASA’s space probe confirmed the overflight over Ultima Thule Other 

The signals from NASA’s space probe confirmed the overflight over Ultima Thule

The signals from New Horizon confirm that NASA’s space probe flew over the most distant orbit of the Solar System, the 2014 MU69, which was unofficially named Ultima Thule at the dawn of Tuesday – said the US space agency. According to NASA scientists, New Horizons is “healthy” for hours after flying over 4729 days on the icy planet launch... Read More
Check out the new Poirot series! Other Movie 

Check out the new Poirot series!

After the previous photo, a preliminary came out of Agatha Christie’s book, The Series of ABC Murder, in which the legendary investigator, Hercule Poirot, is played by John Malkovich. The story takes place in the thirties, with an unknown culprit killing alphabetically at that time in England, starting with killing a woman named Alice Ascher. Check out what to expect,... Read More
This Christmas song is worth $ 60 million Other Music 

This Christmas song is worth $ 60 million

The well-known “All I Want For Christmas Is You” song by the American singer Mariah Carey has been an indispensable part of the festive season since its release in 1994. The Economist says he’s more than twenty years old so far it has earned $ 60 million, generating $ 16.9 billion in revenue for the singer. According to The Independent,... Read More
Ukrainian Crisis – Bringing another ceasefire into the Donetsk Basin for New Year’s Eve Other 

Ukrainian Crisis – Bringing another ceasefire into the Donetsk Basin for New Year’s Eve

In the Donetsk basin, another truce between Minsk, Moscow and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), the Minsk Liaison Group, composed of representatives of the Tripartite, Moscow, and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), agreed to put another ceasefire into force. Head of the Observation Mission of Ukraine in Friday’s Communication. The weapon retreat... Read More
The rarest bird species in the world got a new habitat Other 

The rarest bird species in the world got a new habitat

The world’s rarest bird species, the Madagascar’s friendship with 21 copies in the northern part of the island, was given a new habitat – wrote the BBC news portal. Madagascar’s friend Aythya innotata was considered extinct after seeing no copy for 15 years. In 2006, a small group – the last 25 species of the species – was discovered at... Read More
German government politicians urge the introduction of a Muslim church tax Other 

German government politicians urge the introduction of a Muslim church tax

Muslim ecclesiastical tax, the so-called mosque donation, is urged by German government politicians to curb foreign influence on Muslim communities. A Christian-like member of the church, like a state-commissioned church tax, would be an important step to “withdraw Islam from Germany and strengthen its domestic orientation,” said Thorsten Frei, Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in Thursday’s compilation of Die Welt. )... Read More
He dismantled himself, holding early elections in April Other 

He dismantled himself, holding early elections in April

He passed a law on his dissolution and started the electoral campaign for early parliamentary voting on 9 April, reports the Israeli commercial television channel on Wednesday. A hundred and twenty Israeli legislators voted a hundred and twenty in a third reading to dissolve the knessel, and two voted against it. One of them, Jehuda Glick of the ruling right-wing... Read More