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Brussels Bans the Broadcast of World Cup Football Matches in the Center of the City

No big screens will go up in public places in Brussels-Ixelles for Football World Cup 2018, but football lovers will be able to see the Red Devils in action on giant screens in Molenbeek and Jette.

World » EU | 5 hours ago | Viewed: 394

Kosovo Moves to Establish Army Bypassing Serb veto

Kosovo Government is planning to establish the Army through changes that would broaden the responsibilities of the existing Kosovo Security Force (KSF) as one of the modalities to bypass a Serb veto.

World » Southeast Europe | 5 hours ago | Viewed: 424

The EC Offers Mandatory Fingerprints in ID Cards

The European Commission proposes to make the fingerprints obligatory in the identity cards of EU citizens as the next measure in the fight against counterfeiting of documents, Emil Radev, MEP, told BNR.

World » EU | 7 hours ago | Viewed: 582

Merkel, Macron Meet to Plot Euro Zone Reform Road Map

The leaders of Germany and France meet on Thursday to try to work out a common position on reforming the euro zone, a sensitive issue that is testing the new government in Berlin just a month after it took office, Reuters reports.

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Americans Waste 150,000 Tons of Food per Day

AFP - Americans waste nearly 150,000 tons of food per day, amounting to about one pound (422 grams) per person, and fruits and vegetables are mostly what gets tossed, said a study Wednesday.

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Saudi Cinema Launch Ends Decades-old Ban, Public Screenings Start Friday

RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia launched its first commercial movie theater on Wednesday, ending a nearly 40-year ban on cinemas under a push by the crown prince to modernize the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom.

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Fears of Escalation in Tensions After Erdogan Calls Snap Polls

Amid rising tensions between Greece and Turkey in the Aegean, Wednesday's decision by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to call snap elections for June 24 intensified concerns for bilateral ties against a backdrop of growing nationalist fervor in Tur

World » Southeast Europe | April 19, 2018, Thursday // 10:12 | Viewed: 699

UK Broadcast Regulator to Investigate RT

UK broadcast regulator Ofcom has opened seven new investigations into the due impartiality of news and current affairs programmes on the RT news channel.

World | April 19, 2018, Thursday // 10:11 | Viewed: 542

EU Parliament Demands Zuckerberg Answer Questions in Person

The European Parliament on Wednesday demanded Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg appear in person to answer questions about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, rejecting his offer to send a more junior executive in his place.

World » EU | April 19, 2018, Thursday // 10:00 | Viewed: 595

11 Lions were Killed in a Suspected Poison Attack

(CNN) - Lions are in peril.

World | April 18, 2018, Wednesday // 17:08 | Viewed: 1130

Bulgaria and Georgia with Joint Projects in Antarctica

Bulgaria and Georgia will cooperate on Antarctica.

World | April 18, 2018, Wednesday // 16:53 | Viewed: 1105

The United States and Russia have Agreed on Flights through Russian Airspace

The US State Department has assured US airlines that an agreement has been reached with Russia on Russian airspace flights.

World | April 18, 2018, Wednesday // 16:01 | Viewed: 970

Cuba's Raul Castro Expected to Step Down

HAVANA – Through the Space Age, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Internet era, Cubans held one constant: A Castro ruled the nation.

World | April 18, 2018, Wednesday // 13:28 | Viewed: 900

Starbucks to Close all U.S. Stores on May 29

Chicaco Tribune - Starbucks has announced plans to close all U.

World | April 18, 2018, Wednesday // 13:19 | Viewed: 988

Donald Trump Agrees Vital Deal with Russia that Could Ease World War 3 Fears

DONALD Trump has secured a vital deal with Russia that could ease World War 3 fears by allowing US airplanes to fly in Vladimir Putin’s airspace, it has emerged, reports the The Daily Express.

World | April 18, 2018, Wednesday // 10:43 | Viewed: 1971

CNN: Scientists Hope New Enzyme will 'Eat' plastic pollution

(CNN) - Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world's worst pollution problems.

World | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 16:24 | Viewed: 1710

Dozens were Injured in Yerevan in Protests Against Former President who was Proposed to Become PM

YEREVAN -- Demonstrators and Armenian riot police clashed after lawmakers nominated Serzh Sarkisian to be the country’s next prime minister amid a wave of protests accusing the longtime former president of a power grab.

World | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 15:40 | Viewed: 1210

The Average Salary in Facebook is over $ 240,000 a Year

Facebook employees earned over $ 240,000 last year, while total compensation for CEO Mark Zuckerberg exceeded $ 8.

World | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 15:31 | Viewed: 1291

France Plans to Provide € 50 Million for Humanitarian Projects in Syria

New humanitarian projects in Syria estimated at €50 million  will be funded by the French state through twenty non-governmental organizations, the French presidency said.

World | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 15:12 | Viewed: 1451

EU Should Open Up to West Balkans: European Commission

The European Union must open up to accepting new members from the Western Balkans to avoid the return of war in the region, president of the European Commission said on Tuesday, quoted by Anadolu Agency.

World » EU | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 15:12 | Viewed: 1354

Pace of EU Accession Depends on Progress on Reforms, Dialogue

The pace of the EU accession talks between Brussels and Belgrade continues to depend on progress in the reform process in Serbia, as well as on the dialogue on normalisation of relations with Pristina, says the European Commission report on Serbia's progr

World » EU | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 11:56 | Viewed: 1036
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