Rihanna Urged World Leaders to Provide Money for Education to the Poorest

On Thursday Rihanna used her glamour of star to call on powerful countries to commit to providing education to the poorest in the world.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 13:26 | Viewed: 2020

Supermodel Kate Upton Complained About Sexual Harassment

American model and actress Kate Upton accused one of the founders of "Guess" brand designer Paul Marciano for sexual harassment, USA Today reported.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 13:19 | Viewed: 1478

Threatening Letter Sent to Greek Minister Over Talks on Macedonia's Name

Greece has launched an investigation after its foreign minister received a letter from unknown sources threatening him and his family over efforts to resolve a dispute over the name of Macedonia, the Greek civil protection minister said on Friday, cited b

World » Southeast Europe | February 2, 2018, Friday // 12:26 | Viewed: 2779

Two Popular Russian Journalists got into a Fight During a Radio Broadcast Because of Stalin

Two popular Russian journalists got into a fight during a radio broadcast, which was live on YouTube, BNT reported.

World » Russia | February 2, 2018, Friday // 10:09 | Viewed: 2622

EU Threatens Sanctions to Stop Britain Undercutting Economy

Sanctions are being threatened by the European Union to prevent Britain undermining the bloc’s economy after Brexit, The Times.

World » EU | February 2, 2018, Friday // 09:52 | Viewed: 2980

At least 18 Injured After Van Slams into Pedestrians in Shanghai

A van ploughed into pedestrians after veering onto a crowded sidewalk in a busy area of central Shanghai on Friday (Feb 2), leaving at least 18 people injured, three of them seriously, city authorities said.

World | February 2, 2018, Friday // 09:46 | Viewed: 1205

Russia's Putin to Meet Palestine's Abbas on February 12 in Sochi

Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the southern Russian city of Sochi on Feb.

World » Russia | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 18:00 | Viewed: 3464

Germany has Limited the Reunions of Migrant Families

German lawmakers today adopted a law limiting family reunification for refugees - a condition for the formation of a coalition government by conservatives and Social Democrats after months of post-election ambiguity.

World | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 17:23 | Viewed: 1388

Russia has Thwarted an Attack Planned for Election Day

Russia's Federal Security Service reported killing a suspected member of the Islamic State group preparing a terrorist assault in the city of Nizhny Novgorod on the day of the presidential election next month, news agencies said.

World » Russia | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 14:27 | Viewed: 2690

Turkey Dismisses French Marks on Syria Campaign as 'Insults'

Turkey on Thursday dismissed cautionary remarks from France about its military operation in northern Syria as “insults”, signaling continued strain between Ankara and its NATO allies over the incursion, Reuters reports.

World » Southeast Europe | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 13:22 | Viewed: 2561

UK and EU Set For Clash Over Citizens' Rights During Transition

Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that European citizens arriving in Britain after Brexit next year may lose some rights, setting up a clash with the European Union over their treatment during any transition period.

World » EU | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 11:48 | Viewed: 2303

Romanian President: EU Can’t Link Funding to Rule of Law

Restricting access to EU funds for rogue countries would break the bloc’s own laws, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said Wednesday, cited by Politico.

World » EU | February 1, 2018, Thursday // 09:32 | Viewed: 4773

Unemployment in the Eurozone is the Lowest Since 9 Years

Unemployment in the eurozone has remained at the lowest levels for the past nine years, аccording to the European Statistical Office (Eurostat) published on Wednesday 31 January.

World » EU | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 14:40 | Viewed: 2232

Authorities in Poland have Banned Stores from Working on Sundays

Polish President Andrzej Duda signed a law banning shops to work on Sunday, Dnevnik reported.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 14:15 | Viewed: 1380

TIME Magazine Ranks Kosovo PM Haradinaj Among ‘5 Most Wanted Geopolitical Fugitives of 2018’

The Time Magazine has ranked Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj among the five most wanted “geopolitical fugitives of 2018”, Gazeta Express reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 13:31 | Viewed: 3071

The Taliban Control 70% of Afghanistan's Territory

The Taliban control 70% of Afghanistan, according to a study released by the BBC.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 12:41 | Viewed: 1630

A Turkish Military Convoy has been Attacked in Syria, There are Casualties

Members of the People's Self-Defense Force (YPG), which according to Ankara are linked to the forbidden Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), have attacked a Turkish military convoy in the northern Syrian town of Idlib, daily Sabah reports.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 12:25 | Viewed: 2279

Facebook Prohibits the Advertising of Cryptocurrency

Facebook will ban the advertising of cryptocurrency and binary options, the social network press service said on its website.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 10:54 | Viewed: 1423

UK PM May Says She Wants Free Trade Deal with China

 Britain is seeking a free trade agreement with China, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday as she flew to the country for talks with Chinese leaders, adding that more should be done immediately to open up market access for British firms, accordin

World » EU | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 10:44 | Viewed: 2884

Sochi Talks End, Constitutional Committee to be Formed

A proposal to form a constitutional committee was agreed on Tuesday at the Syrian National Dialogue Congress in the Russian city of Sochi, organized by Ankara, Tehran, and Moscow, Anadolu Agency reports.

World | January 31, 2018, Wednesday // 09:19 | Viewed: 1141

A Robot will Read the News on a Japanese TV Network (Video)

The Robot Erika will begin to read news on Japanese television in April, the Daily Mail reported.

World | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 17:11 | Viewed: 1643
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