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Largest wetlands in the world ablaze

Wildfires are a known calamity and we all saw the Amazon fires this year, and how much loss they incurred. While the Amazon fires...

US elections: China compliments Biden after long silence

China has at last congratulated Joe Biden on his extended success in the US official elections, ending a chilly time of quietness. "We regard the...

The leftist leader takes charge in Bolivia

Luis Arce, the New Leftist leader, took office in Bolivia and has expressed his desire to bring change and to act differently than the...

Police wielding clubs arrest 500 protesters in Belarus

In light of the recent election results, numerous demonstrators attempted to get into the center of Minsk from multiple sides but the police barred...

Chinese President Xi Jinping Tells Soldiers to Remain Loyal and Prepare for War

When visiting the military base in Guangdong Province, the President of China, Xi Jinping, was reported to tell the soldiers to put their “minds...

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New Year firecrackers fine will hit €100 and a criminal record

Individuals who set off firecrackers during the New Year celebrations will face a fine of €100, and that implies an automatic criminal record, justice...

Largest wetlands in the world ablaze

Wildfires are a known calamity and we all saw the Amazon fires this year, and how much loss they incurred. While the Amazon fires...

Gymnastic associations lifts ban on tutors accused of abusing young athletes

The gymnastic association's NGO chose to lift the ban on teachers Vincent Weavers and Nico Zipp, despite being sought in connection with the allegation,...

Amsterdam subway to extend to Schiphol Airport

Billion euros raised to stretch out the Amsterdam tram to Schiphol Airport Amsterdam magistrate Sharon Dijksma agreed on broadening the Noord-Zuid metro line to...

7.0-magnitude earthquake rocks Turkey and Greek island

On Friday afternoon, both Greece and Turkey were struck by a powerful earthquake; resulting in crashing building and at least 27 deaths. Two deaths were...

At least three people were killed in a knife attack in Nice

At least three people were killed, one of whom was said to have had her throat cut, and several were injured in a knife...

France urges Arab nations to prevent French boycott

France encourages Arab nations to avert boycotts over Macron's cartoons defense, in the arc of “freedom of speech” France has asked the Arab states to...

Turkey’s Erdogan urges French goods boycott

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on a strike to refuse French commodities intended a wave over France's harder posture on radical Islam. In...

Four refugees died as boat sinks near the French Coast

Two grownups and two children have died after a boat loaded with immigrants sank off the coast of northern France. A large pursuit and rescue...

China’s government said it will impose sanctions on U.S. military contractors

On Monday, October 26th, the spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the sanctions in order to restrict the association of the...

Turkey threatened with “serious consequences” after test of Russian S-400 missile

The test of the Russian S-400 missile system carried out on October 16 by Ankara and confirmed this Friday by President Erdogan provoked a...

Dutch Ethical Hacker Logs into Donald Trump’s Twitter Account

Both Twitter and the White House have rejected the news that a Dutch principle hacker accomplished to access president Donald Trump’s Twitter account by...

Air pollution killed nearly 500,000 newborns in 2019

Air pollution killed 476,000 newborns in 2019, especially in India and sub-Saharan Africa, according to a new study which points to the responsibility, in...

Solar power energy could make 80% of the growth in electricity generation over the next 10 years

Solar power could be leading 80% of the growth in electricity generation over the next 10 years. It is now steadily cheaper to generate electricity by...

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New Year firecrackers fine will hit €100 and a criminal record

Individuals who set off firecrackers during the New Year celebrations will face a fine of €100, and that implies an automatic criminal record, justice...

Largest wetlands in the world ablaze

Wildfires are a known calamity and we all saw the Amazon fires this year, and how much loss they incurred. While the Amazon fires...

Gymnastic associations lifts ban on tutors accused of abusing young athletes

The gymnastic association's NGO chose to lift the ban on teachers Vincent Weavers and Nico Zipp, despite being sought in connection with the allegation,...

Amsterdam subway to extend to Schiphol Airport

Billion euros raised to stretch out the Amsterdam tram to Schiphol Airport Amsterdam magistrate Sharon Dijksma agreed on broadening the Noord-Zuid metro line to...

US elections: China compliments Biden after long silence

China has at last congratulated Joe Biden on his extended success in the US official elections, ending a chilly time of quietness. "We regard the...