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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
The Ukrainian chief of staff ordered the reinforcement of the protection of all Ukrainian ammunition depots Other 

The Ukrainian chief of staff ordered the reinforcement of the protection of all Ukrainian ammunition depots

Ukrainian Chief of Staff Viktor Muzsenko has ordered Wednesday to confirm the defense of all arms stores in the country after the explosion of the day before the fire at the Hmelnyicki county Icsnya settlement. According to a study by the Ukrainian investigating authorities, a munitions store near the Russian border was likely to hit a Russian diversion group on... Read More
An ammunition depot blast in Ukraine evacuates residents in the area Other 

An ammunition depot blast in Ukraine evacuates residents in the area

A large ammunition depot exploded and burned on a Tuesday morning in the northern part of Ukraine, in Icsnya settlement in Chernyihiv county; over a year and a half this is the third such case in Ukraine – local news agencies reported. Nearly 60 people were suspected of typhus poisoning. Amidst ammunition with technical service facilities is located on 682... Read More
Hubble Space Telescope’s new gyro has deteriorated Other 

Hubble Space Telescope’s new gyro has deteriorated

A new gyroscope has degenerated into the Hubble Space Telescope, so while scientists find a solution to the problem, the spacecraft operates in reserve mode. The most important tools of the space telescope include gyroscopes, which stabilize and modify their path, enabling their scientific work to be performed. The Hubble Space Telescope, released in 1990, has been equipped with six... Read More
Multi-ethnic military exercises involving US aircraft began in Ukraine Other 

Multi-ethnic military exercises involving US aircraft began in Ukraine

A large-scale multiethnic aerial exercise began in Ukraine with American fighter aircraft, “the US Embassy in Kiev on Monday said on Facebook. According to the announcement, quoted by the Ukrainian news agency UNIAN, nine countries are participating in the 12 day Pure Sky-2018 co-branded practice: Ukraine and the United States, Belgium, Great Britain, Denmark, Estonia, The Netherlands, Poland and Romania.... Read More
Wizz Tours disappears Other Travel 

Wizz Tours disappears

At the end of the year, Wizz Tours will end, Wizz Air said. “Wizz Air confirms that it is transforming its vision of travel packages. The Wizz Tours online travel service offering airfare and accommodation packages will end on December 31, 2018, and afterwards, passengers can arrange for their travel to accommodation and transfer options when booking a hotel on... Read More
Honeymoon – The government commissioner for the reconstruction of the Genoa bridge was appointed Other 

Honeymoon – The government commissioner for the reconstruction of the Genoa bridge was appointed

A new bridge of Genova will be built in a year and a half, “said Marco Bucci, Mayor of the town of Northeastern Italy, appointed by the Italian government on Friday, as the extraordinary commissioner for a new bridge to be built on the site of the collapsed August 14. Marco Bucci said that the new bridge would be built... Read More
Thicker leaves grow in plants due to increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere Other 

Thicker leaves grow in plants due to increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere

Thicker leaves grow much of the plants because of the increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. This physiological alteration may have serious consequences for researchers at the University of Washington. It was discovered that thicker-leafed plants may exacerbate climate change, as they are less effective in the atmospheric carbonation. According to their study in the Global Biogeochemical Cycles, if... Read More
The Synod of Bishops on Youth in the Vatican has begun Other 

The Synod of Bishops on Youth in the Vatican has begun

He urged young people in a hopeful and dignified future in Pope Francis’s Wednesday homily, opening the bishopric synod for young people of October 28 in the Vatican. Pope Francis declared on the opening page of the synod that the church should help young people to have their dreams, hopes and prospects. Do not let yourself be choked and suppressed... Read More
But the black holes give up the missing darkness of the universe Other 

But the black holes give up the missing darkness of the universe

But the black holes give up the missing darkness of the universe. Although earlier it seemed to have cleaved one of the mysteries of astronomy, researchers at the University of California denied the theory. After the perception of gravity waves in black holes, which came to an end in 2015, astronomers thought for a while that the mysterious black material... Read More
Cancer research: more and more new anticancer drugs Other 

Cancer research: more and more new anticancer drugs

We have witnessed a historic development: while 10 to 20 new antineoplastic drugs have been developed over the past 10 years, 63 new products have been released in the past five years, only 14 new drugs have been released last year – they said in the M1 current channel. In Hungary, 8,000 breast cancer cases are diagnosed each year and... Read More
They banned diesel cars from northern Italy Other 

They banned diesel cars from northern Italy

Traffic tightening takes effect Monday from the Pó-lowland in northern Italy by limiting the traffic of the lowest environmental-grade vehicles. In the provinces of Lombardy and Piemonte, northwest Italy, in North-East Veneto and Emilia-Romagna, the ban on diesel-powered vehicles is simultaneously introduced. From October 1st, the cities listed in the provinces listed above will have a diesel stop in towns... Read More
There is another place for advertising on Facebook Other 

There is another place for advertising on Facebook

This time, Messenger is not out of the party either. Obviously, the latest scandals around Facebook have begun to appear, so Mark Zuckerberg considered it appropriate to tell him where he was doing ads soon. At the beginning of the week it became clear that over the next few weeks, tens of millions of people could get to know the... Read More
Slovak journalist murders – Several suspects were detained by the police Other 

Slovak journalist murders – Several suspects were detained by the police

He was arrested on Thursday morning by suspects in the murder of a investigative journalist and bride in the Slovak police, Ján Kuciak, according to a local media reported by one of the arrested former police investigators. “There are currently house searches, and more information will be released if the situation permits,” said the Slovakian public service news agency TASR,... Read More
Bombs dropped in World War II temporarily heated the atmosphere Other 

Bombs dropped in World War II temporarily heated the atmosphere

In the Second World War, the bombs dropped by the Allies were so powerful that they temporarily raised the upper layer of Earth’s atmosphere – writes BBC News. The bombs left ruins and ashes on the ground, but according to a survey, the wave of explosions could be felt even more than 1,000 kilometers above Britain. Chris Scott, a scientist... Read More
Angela Merkel does not request a vote of confidence by replacing the leader of the CDU / CSU faction Other 

Angela Merkel does not request a vote of confidence by replacing the leader of the CDU / CSU faction

He does not request a vote of confidence from the German Bundestag’s German Chancellor Angela Merkel because of the change of leadership in the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Bavarian Brotherhood, the Christian League of Socialists (CSU), said the German government spokesman on Monday in Berlin. In Steffen Seibert’s announcement, a “very clear no” answer to the question of... Read More
Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is heading for Mayor of Barcelona Other 

Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is heading for Mayor of Barcelona

Mayor of Manuel Valls, former Socialist French Prime Minister, will launch for mayoral elections in May, Spain – the politician himself announced on Tuesday evening in the Catalan capital. “Yes, I want to be Barcelona’s next Mayor. And this is up to Barcelona,” he said in his Catalan translation, some of which he emphasized in Spanish and French. As he... Read More
Macedonia is preparing for the most important referendum in the last 27 years Other 

Macedonia is preparing for the most important referendum in the last 27 years

It had been a popular referendum in Macedonia for the past twenty-seven years, as now, since in 1991 the Macedonians decided whether they would become independent from Yugoslavia, and on Sunday they would urge them to change the name of the Western Balkan country and thereby allow For Macedonia to pursue Euro-Atlantic integration. On September 8, 1991, 75.8 percent of... Read More
Twenty-five years after obesity, more British women will be cancer than smoking Other 

Twenty-five years after obesity, more British women will be cancer than smoking

Twenty-five years later, more British women will become cancer due to obesity than smoking – says the British Cancer Research UK Cancer Research UK. In Britain, 12 percent of preventable cancer cases currently affect women are related to smoking and 7 percent of the cases are overweight or obese. However, as the number of smokers is declining and rising to... Read More
The Macedonian President does not participate in the referendum on changing the name of the country Other 

The Macedonian President does not participate in the referendum on changing the name of the country

He does not take part in the referendum on changing Macedonia’s name on September 30, President Gjorge Ivanov. The President of the Republic announced on Sunday that he had voted for the referendum on the country 27 years ago. On 8 September 1991, Macedonians decided to become independent from Yugoslavia. The rightist Gjorge Ivanov stated that 27 years ago he... Read More
They were probably poisoned by Pussy Riot’s Berlin-treated activist Other 

They were probably poisoned by Pussy Riot’s Berlin-treated activist

Probably poisoned by the Pussy Riot Russian opposition pop-punk band Berlin-based activist, and his doctors said Tuesday there is no other explanation for his symptoms. At the Charité University Clinic’s press conference, Pjotr Verzilov was overwhelmed by life threats, regained consciousness, and his condition improved. Your consciousness has not completely cleansed yet, but it is not expected to suffer permanent... Read More
The everlasting fever perfectly preserved the body of the 50,000-year-old cave lion’s eye Other 

The everlasting fever perfectly preserved the body of the 50,000-year-old cave lion’s eye

A fifty-year-old cave lion’s eye was found on the perfectly preserved carcass of the Jakutland in Siberia. The kid could have been one month old when he was dead, he was too young to open his eyes – quoted Russian journalist Valery Plotnyikov as the Siberian Times website. The researchers gave the Sparrows the name of the cave lion’s eye,... Read More
The RSF commissioned an independent committee to formulate a Universal Declaration of Silence Other 

The RSF commissioned an independent committee to formulate a Universal Declaration of Silence

With the spread of slogans and the growing turmoil in democracy, Reporters Without Borders (RSF), a defense organization, commissioned an independent committee of Nobel laureate scientists, journalists and legal professionals on Tuesday to formulate an “International Declaration on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights information and democracy “. The purpose of the text is to “list the principles, set goals... Read More
Catalan crisis – Organizers say that this year’s independence parade will be less euphoric at the national holiday Other 

Catalan crisis – Organizers say that this year’s independence parade will be less euphoric at the national holiday

For the creation of the Independent Catalan Republic, people will go to the street on the 11th of September in Barcelona at the Catalan National Day (Diada), but the event will be worse than last year’s euphoric mood – said Adriá Alsina, National National Movement of the National Congress (ANC) secretary to MTI’s interview in Barcelona. He recalled that the... Read More
Two Afghans were arrested in Germany in connection with a homicide Other 

Two Afghans were arrested in Germany in connection with a homicide

Two Afghani men were detained on Sunday in Köthen, Germany, in connection with a homicide. According to local authorities, a 22-year-old man died on Sunday in the small town of Saxony-Anhalt and “detained in connection with the initial suspect of two Afghan homicides”. According to a joint statement by the KFOR police and prosecution office, interrogations have not been closed... Read More
Almost two million euros in fines were imposed on public urination last year in the Netherlands Other 

Almost two million euros in fines were imposed on public urination last year in the Netherlands

Around € 1.8 million (almost 600 million forints) was imposed on public urinals by authorities last year in the Netherlands – the local press reported on Tuesday. According to reports, a total of approximately 14,000 people have been fined for urination in the streets or in much less frequent cases of colonization. Most financial penalties were not surprisingly imposed in... Read More
The court in Geneva has given permission to wear Burkini in urban swimming pools Other 

The court in Geneva has given permission to wear Burkini in urban swimming pools

The Gentian court in Belgium has authorized the Burkini outfit in the city’s public swimming pool, according to the Belgian daily La Libre Belgique. The mayor of Gent had forbidden the wearing of the feet and hands, as well as the ladies’ swimsuits covering the entire body except the face, for reasons of hygiene and safety. The decision was made... Read More
Protests and protests in Germany resulted in a homicide Other 

Protests and protests in Germany resulted in a homicide

Unannounced demonstrations and regular demonstrations, outbreaks and protests in Germany led to a homicide in which a Syrian and an Iraqi man was suspected. On Monday, Chancellor Angela Merkel also expressed his views on the matter by his spokesman. There is no room for arbitration in Germany – emphasized Steffen Seibert. The federal government condemns as much as possible anyone... Read More
A large number of chromosomes could be the cause of the diversity of dinosaurs Other 

A large number of chromosomes could be the cause of the diversity of dinosaurs

A large number of chromosomes could be the genetic secretion that allowed many forms and sizes of dinosaurs – experts from Kent University in England say. Professor Darren Griffin and colleagues, using mathematical methods, identified the potential genetic features of the earliest dinosaurs, by bringing the ancestors closer to their modern age relatives, birds and turtles back in time –... Read More
An explanation for the evolution of turtle armor is a new find Other 

An explanation for the evolution of turtle armor is a new find

A nearly complete, fossilized turtle skirmish of 228 million years proves that turtles had no armor at the early stages of their evolution. The fossil skeleton found in the southwest China excavation is larger than a double bed. “He looks like a turtle, but his armor is missing on his belly and back,” said Nicholas Fraser, Head of Natural Sciences... Read More
Hijacking – Experts suggest urgent demolition or backing of the Genoa bridge Other 

Hijacking – Experts suggest urgent demolition or backing of the Genoa bridge

The remnants of the Genova motorway bridge, which has fallen on Tuesday, should be quickly dismantled to avoid further accidents – advised by experts. The Italian Financial Guard seized all documentation on the Morandi Bridge at the headquarters of the trunk company operating at the Broken Bridge. The Italian Anti-Corruption Authority (Anac) also ordered the seizure of documents, contracts, plans... Read More
They were driven by a car with gas bottles into the town hall building in Lingewaard, the Netherlands Other 

They were driven by a car with gas bottles into the town hall building in Lingewaard, the Netherlands

A man with a car loaded with gas bottles was driven by a man into the Town Hall building in East Lingewaard, East of the Netherlands, at dawn on Wednesday, the suspected killer lost his life on the spot – the local press reported. According to De Gelderlander, one of the two gas cylinders in the car exploded in the... Read More
Russia wants to be the world’s leading arms exporter Other 

Russia wants to be the world’s leading arms exporter

Russia wants to advance to the world’s number one arms exporter, said Alexeiand Miheev, CEO of Russia’s State Exporter for Arms Exports, on the Armija-2018 military forum in Kubinka, near Moscow. “We are clearly ambitions for this, because our industry allows us to do it. We are interested in moving someone and taking the lead,” said Mihejev, referring to the... Read More
Illegal Immigration – More than 300,000 refugees work in Germany Other 

Illegal Immigration – More than 300,000 refugees work in Germany

The number of employed refugees in Germany exceeded 300,000, according to data published by the Federal Employment Office (Bundesagentur für Arbeit – BA) on Tuesday. The number of people employed by eight of the eight largest issuers (Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iraq, Iran, Nigeria, Pakistan, Syria, Somalia) was 203,736 in May this year, an increase of more than 100,000 from 203,736 a... Read More
Hailing – Italian Prime Minister: State alternative to bad privatization must be found Other 

Hailing – Italian Prime Minister: State alternative to bad privatization must be found

He called the Italian privatization system for Italian car strings as a bad practice and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who was in favor of a state alternative, on the Italian daily Corriere della Sera on a week ago in Genoa. Conte says the corporation would have to pay a fourfold compensation. Giuseppe Conte qualified as the modest operator of... Read More
Illegal Immigration – A minibber carrying illegal immigrants overturned in Serbia, many injured Other 

Illegal Immigration – A minibber carrying illegal immigrants overturned in Serbia, many injured

A minibber carrying illegal immigrants crashed in Presevo, southern Serbia, 14 passengers on the bus were injured and the driver was detained, the Serbian news channel N1 reported on Monday. The incident happened on Sunday night. The driver of the minibus lost its dominance over the vehicle for unknown reasons and hit a column and then overturned. The minibuses were... Read More
Rumor – The ministerial committee examining the causes of the gluttony has begun work Other 

Rumor – The ministerial committee examining the causes of the gluttony has begun work

The Genoa highway first bowed and then collapsed, “said Roberto Ferrazza, chair of the Italian Ministry of Discipline for the Disaster, with the press in his statement on the first results of the investigation. He added that the structure of the structure was likely to lead to a combination of factors. Ferrazza, Liguria’s Public Affairs Adviser, heads the commission of... Read More
American Catholics object to the Pope’s resolution on the death penalty Other 

American Catholics object to the Pope’s resolution on the death penalty

Attempts to abolish the death penalty have been called to revoke Catholic Catholic personalities by the pope on Thursday. The open letter was published in the Conservative newspaper First Things. The 45 signatories – philosophers, historians, theologians, political scientists, priests – said: Pope Francis changed the catechism of the Catholic Church when he claimed that the death penalty was unacceptable... Read More
Expert: The efficiency of the secret services is reduced by the blasting bomb attacks Other 

Expert: The efficiency of the secret services is reduced by the blasting bomb attacks

The deterioration of blasting attacks is mainly due to the fact that the cooperation, technical and human background of the European secret services has been significantly strengthened over the past period – said István Gyarmati, security policy expert. According to the report, there have been proliferation of ganglion attacks by smaller organized and usually solitary attackers, but they do not... Read More
E-cigarette can damage the immune system Other 

E-cigarette can damage the immune system

The inhaled mildew of e-cigarettes may damage the immune system, according to a new British research reported on Tuesday by BBC News. Researchers have found that e-cigarette smoking may also endanger the immune system: it inhibits immune cells in the lungs and increases inflammation. Scientists have been wary of the widespread view that using e-cigarettes is safe. The UK Public... Read More
Claims for damages from France as the cousin of Albert Monsieur for the fact that he is not the ruler Other 

Claims for damages from France as the cousin of Albert Monsieur for the fact that he is not the ruler

Albert Monsieur’s cousin claims 351 million euros in damages from France, claiming that the French state deprived her family of the time from being thrust into the monarchy. The 44-year-old Frenchman, Louis de Causans, had fought on the rules of inheritance by controlling France over the Duchy of Medjugorje when, depriving his family of inheritance, he planted another branch of... Read More
Island – They promote fish consumption at the festival Other 

Island – They promote fish consumption at the festival

The daily thousands of fish from the Hungarian pond farms promote fish consumption by the Agrármarketing Centrum (AMC) on Get it! campaign at the Sziget Festival in the Wine Village, “said Ondré Péter, Managing Director of AMC. He said he was expecting young people with cold fish dishes, fish pie, grilled and fried fish, such as trout, pike, and catfish.... Read More