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  1. Wanda inks deal with Abbott World Marathon Majors

    China.org.cn - Top news 04.26 / 11:45 www.china.org.cn
    China's Wanda Group put pen to paper on a partnership deal with the Abbott World Marathon Majors (WMM) here on Wednesday, in an agreement that will see three major marathon events held in Asia within the next 10…
  2. Usurers overrun Chinese university campuses

    China.org.cn - Top news 04.26 / 07:08 www.china.org.cn
    The financial safety of Chinese university students is being challenged by usurers overrunning campuses in search of quick…
  3. 6-year-old girl's Silk Road adventure book released

    China.org.cn - Top news 04.26 / 06:52 www.china.org.cn
    The English version of “Biking the Silk Road: 6-year-old Sophia’s Fantasy Tour,” published by New World Press, was released in Beijing on Tuesd…
  4. Korea crisis: Threats do not promote human rights

    China.org.cn - Top news 04.26 / 02:52 www.china.org.cn
    The peace, human rights, and expanding economic development are not being advanced by the threats of war or economic isolation of the…
  5. China's first home-built aircraft carrier hits the water

    China.org.cn - Top news 04.26 / 02:15 www.china.org.cn
    China launched its second aircraft carrier Wednesday morning in northeast China's Dalian shipyard in Liaoning…
  6. Ministry to oversee cleanup of dump sites in Hebei, Tianjin

    China.org.cn - Top news 04.26 / 01:26 www.china.org.cn
    The Ministry of Environmental Protection said that it will supervise the treatment and restoration of polluted dump sites in Hebei Province and…
  7. Central China ideal destination for foreign investment

    China.org.cn - Top news 04.26 / 01:10 www.china.org.cn
    Central China is becoming an ideal destination for foreign investment, according to a senior commerce official…
  8. 25 CRPF personnel killed in Sukma: Day after, ground Zero; ‘intel failure, human shields and huge arms loot’

    Indianexpress.com - Top news 04.25 / 23:46 indianexpress.com
    On Tuesday, these are the signs that tell the tale at Ground Zero, of the worst Maoist attack in Chhattisgarh in seven years. THE ROAD is orange, indicating that work on it is incomplete. Two small bridges stand forlorn and half-made, dusty diversions circumventing them. Deep inside Sukma, this is what the CRPF sought to protect when they were ambushed by Maoists Monday, leading to the death of 25…
  1. EU envoy hails Armenia elections at meeting with president

    Panarmenian.net - Politics 04.26 / 14:12 panarmenian.net
    According to Herbert Salber, Armenia made a step forward in terms of strengthening democracy and stability in the…
  2. Every 3 Months, Parliament To Invite the Prosecutor-General To The Legal Affairs Committee

    Novinite.com - Politics 04.26 / 12:53 novinite.com
    The National Assembly adopted а proposal to amend the Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly so that the Committee on Legal Affairs can invite the Prosecutor-General to a hearing every three months, FOCUS News Agency reported. The motion was proposed by Danail Kirilov of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party (GERB) and a group of MPs and was adopted unanimously with 193 votes in favour. The MEPs agreed that the hearing should be related to law enforcement and the …
  3. Almost Half of Russians Want PM Dmitry Medvedev Out After Navalny Report

    Europe.newsweek.com - Politics 04.26 / 12:18 europe.newsweek.com
    Russia's top anti-corruption blogger claimed that the PM has a hidden empire of luxury…
  4. Arsène Wenger Praises Emmanuel Macron: ‘To Create His Own Movement is Impressive’

    Europe.newsweek.com - Politics 04.26 / 11:30 europe.newsweek.com
    Macron faces Marine Le Pen in a run-off for the French…
  5. Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center marks 5th anniversary

    Inserbia.info - Politics 04.26 / 10:35 inserbia.info
    The Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center celebrates its fifth anniversary, the press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry told TASS. “Today marks five years since representatives of Russia and Serbia signed an agreement on establishing the Russian-Serbian Center in the southern Serbian city of Nis. It is a unique center meant exclusively for humanitarian activities – helping,…
  6. Turkey behind ‘Greater Albania’ ideas – report

    Inserbia.info - Politics 04.26 / 10:35 inserbia.info
    There is suspicion that Turkish intelligence is behind the statements about the redrawing borders in the Balkans and “the spread of the Greater Albania idea.” The Belgrade-based newspaper Vecernje Novosti is reporting this, adding that the treats against Serbia that have been arriving from Tirana, Pristina and Presevo in a synchronized manner, have been prepared…
  7. Armenia welcomes Czech parliament's recognition of Genocide

    Panarmenian.net - Politics 04.26 / 09:59 panarmenian.net
    The recognition of the Genocide by the Czech parliament is a valuable contribution to the prevention of genocides, Edward Nalbandian…
  8. Decreasing Emigration From Hungary – Last Year, Fewer Hungarians Emigrated To Work Abroad

    Hungarytoday.hu - Politics 04.26 / 09:49 hungarytoday.hu
    Last year, fewer Hungarians emigrated to work abroad than in previous years but many young people still fancy their chances in another country, business daily Világgazdaság said. Based on Central Statistical Office (Hungarian Central Statistic Office) data, the paper said 29,400 Hungarians emigrated last year, 10% less than in the previous year. At the same time, 17,000 Hungarians who had […] The post Decreasing Emigration From Hungary – Last Year, Fewer Hungarians Emigrated To …
  1. EU to take legal action on Hungary education law

    Panarmenian.net - World 04.26 / 14:39 panarmenian.net
    The university is considered a beacon of liberal values and is ranked among the top 200 universities in the world in eight…
  2. Shoigu: Montenegro’s military potential equals zero

    Inserbia.info - World 04.26 / 13:58 inserbia.info
    Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu says Montenegro’s NATO membership is needed in order to “step up the alliance’s control in the Balkans.” According to Shoigu, NATO continues projecting its forces near Russia’s borders, and including new states in its sphere of influence. “The latest decisions on Montenegro’s admission to the alliance are a direct confirmation…
  3. China reiterates sovereignty over Diaoyu, Nansha islands

    China.org.cn - World 04.26 / 13:21 www.china.org.cn
    China on Wednesday reaffirmed its sovereignty over the Diaoyu Island and adjacent islets as well as the Nansha islands, saying it will firmly respond to any challenge to its sovereignty and national…
  4. African Union: Launch of a Swahili version of the Luanda Guidelines

    Icrc.org - World 04.26 / 13:02 icrc.org
    Article | The Luanda Guidelines are aimed at improving the conditions of arrest, police custody and pre-trial detention in…
  5. Chronic fatigue syndrome linked to gut bacteria

    Panarmenian.net - World 04.26 / 11:54 panarmenian.net
    The researchers followed 50 patients and 50 matched healthy controls recruited at four ME/CFS clinical…
  6. War at the root of hunger

    Icrc.org - World 04.26 / 11:19 icrc.org
    Article | It is estimated that more than 20 million people in Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria, Kenya and Ethiopia are affected by the current…
  7. Pedro Agramunt may resign as PACE President: media

    Panarmenian.net - World 04.26 / 09:15 panarmenian.net
    The politician cannot be impeached under PACE's current rules, but it's possible he may choose to resign voluntarily over the…
  8. China launches first indigenously-built aircraft carrier amid regional tensions

    India.com - World 04.26 / 08:54 www.india.com
    "The new carrier will undergo equipment debugging, outfitting and comprehensive mooring trials after the launch", the defence ministry…
  1. Former Fox News host suing over sexual harassment, claims network spied on her

    Rt.com - U.S 04.25 / 22:04 rt.com
    A former Fox News host, who is a plaintiff in a sexual harassment lawsuit against the network and its former CEO Roger Ailes, argues the network contrived “to have her private communications spied on as part of a campaign of intimidation.” Read Full Article at RT.…
  2. Twice the price of Clinton: Obama to net $400K for Wall street speech

    Rt.com - U.S 04.25 / 22:04 rt.com
    Former President Obama is set to net $400,000 for speaking at a Wall Street health care conference; that's nearly twice what Clinton was paid to become one of the most expensive speakers on Wall Street. Read Full Article at…
  3. Judge blocks Trump 'sanctuary city' funding threat order

    Rt.com - U.S 04.25 / 22:04 rt.com
    A US judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's executive order that sought to withhold federal funds from so-called sanctuary cities, dealing another legal blow to the administration's immigration priorities. Read Full Article at…
  4. Wisconsin prison investigated after bipolar inmate dies from dehydration

    Rt.com - U.S 04.25 / 22:04 rt.com
    A bipolar Milwaukee County Jail inmate died of dehydration sevens days after water to his solitary confinement cell was shut off and never restored, according to local prosecutors, who may press criminal charges against jail staff. Read Full Article at…
  5. #FlintWaterCrisis: 1,096 days, over $100mn in aid and US city still has no clean drinking water

    Rt.com - U.S 04.25 / 22:04 rt.com
    Residents of Flint, Michigan in the United States remain exposed to water contaminated with lead and bacteria three years since the water crisis first hit the headlines. Read Full Article at…
  1. Marine archaeology bus to tour Cyprus

    Cyprus-mail.com - Ciprus 04.26 / 15:33 cyprus-mail.com
    A touring marine archaeology bus will give children and adults the chance to learn about diving, excavation and methods of shipbuilding next month. The specially-equipped bus, which has travelled around the UK, France and Belgium will come to Cyprus on May 5 and will completes its tour on May 15. The tour starts at the […] The post Marine archaeology bus to tour Cyprus appeared first on Cyprus…
  2. Life In Berlin: Turning Machine Learning Into Art

    Nprberlin.de - Germany 04.26 / 15:15 nprberlin.de
    British artist and writer James Bridle is — like many of us — trying to make sense of the overlap between digital technology and lived experience. His previous projects have tackled drones and their hidden targets and clouds and the weather. His latest show at Berlin’s NOME Gallery handles the phenomenon of self-driving cars…
  3. Anastasiades urges Indian business to invest in Cyprus

    Cyprus-mail.com - Ciprus 04.26 / 14:23 cyprus-mail.com
    President Nicos Anastasiades on Wednesday encouraged Indian investors, to look towards projects in Cyprus in an address to the Cyprus–India Business Forum in Mumbai. Anastasiades said his presence at the forum reaffirmed “in the strongest possible terms the strong will of the government and the people of Cyprus for even closer bonds with the Republic […] The post Anastasiades urges Indian business to invest in Cyprus appeared first on Cyprus Mai…
  4. New Nasa Space Challenge hackathon this weekend

    Cyprus-mail.com - Ciprus 04.26 / 13:50 cyprus-mail.com
    Following Cyprus’ successes in the ‘Nasa Space Apps Challenge’ competition in recent years, the biggest event for the development of innovative and space oriented ideas is back in Cyprus this weekend for the fifth consecutive year. In 2015, one of the winning teams ‘ArachnoBeeA’, was selected by NASA’s judging committee as the global winner in […] The post New Nasa Space Challenge hackathon this weekend appeared first on Cyprus Mail…
  5. Cassini Spacecraft Starts Weaving Between Saturn And Its Rings

    Nprberlin.de - Germany 04.26 / 13:34 nprberlin.de
    If all goes to plan, NASA's Cassini spacecraft will beam new images of Saturn and its rings to Earth early Thursday, sharing data from its first dive through the gap between the planet and its striped belt of ice and rock particles. Today's dive also marks the start of the final phase in the craft's 13-year visit to Saturn. Days ago, it used the gravity of Saturn's moon Titan to bend its path toward its eventual destruction on the planet. Cassini descended below the ring plane around 5…
  6. Capital Police Chief Harassed Officer

    Icelandreview.com - Iceland 04.26 / 13:34 icelandreview.com
    A workplace psychologist, appointed by the Ministry for the Interior to investigate a policeman’s complaint against capital region police chief Sigríður Björk Guðjónsdóttir, has concluded “beyond all doubt” that her behavior constituted abuse. It was not workplace bullying, however, but rather harassment…
  7. Sea Monster Hails Coastal Clean-up Campaign

    Icelandreview.com - Iceland 04.26 / 13:34 icelandreview.com
    The Clean Up Iceland campaign officially launched yesterday with the beaching of a plastic sea…
  8. China Celebrates Launch Of 'Homemade' Aircraft Carrier

    Nprberlin.de - Germany 04.26 / 12:39 nprberlin.de
    Chinese officials smashed a bottle of champagne on the bow of their second aircraft carrier Wednesday, launching what the Defense Ministry calls the country's first "homemade" carrier — which took less than four years to build. The as-yet-unnamed carrier joins the Liaoning, a repurposed 1980s-era Soviet ship that was bought from Ukraine and launched in 2012. Together, the Chinese ships represent a new dimension in the increasingly crowded waters in and around Asia, where claims and c…
  1. Top critics on “The Promise” - An inspiring epic or a sloggy melodrama?

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 15:07 panarmenian.net
    Produced by late businessman Kirk Kerkorian, the Armenian Genocide epic currently has a rating of 47% on Rotten…
  2. “Star Wars: Episode 9” release date announced

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 15:03 panarmenian.net
    Episode 9 will follow this year’s “Episode 8: The Last Jedi” and has been confirmed for release on May 24, 2019…
  3. ACBA-Credit Agricole Bank offers GREEN loans for energy efficiency projects

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 14:59 panarmenian.net
    GREEN loans are granted for a period of 2-5 years in the amount of up to AMD 500 million, with annual interest rates starting from…
  4. Sundance Film Festival: London announces full lineup

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 14:39 panarmenian.net
    This fest will present 14 features that saw their world premieres at parent festival Sundance in Park City, Utah, in…
  5. French presidential hopeful Macron heckled by pro-Le Pen workers

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 14:21 panarmenian.net
    Le Pen upstaged her centrist rival earlier by turning up to speak to the workers as he met their union representatives a few miles…
  6. Canon lifts annual profit outlook on Toshiba medical unit acquisition

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 14:00 panarmenian.net
    The camera and printer maker forecast profit of 270 billion yen ($2.43 billion), up from 255 billion yen estimated in…
  7. Damon Albarn talks about Blur’s next album

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 13:35 panarmenian.net
    During the Rolling Stone interview, Albarn also described Gorillaz’s Noel Gallagher collaboration as a “victory lap” for Britp…
  8. KoRn open up about their 12-year-old bassist

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 04.26 / 13:21 panarmenian.net
    Tye Trujillo, son of Metallica bass player Robert Trujillo was announced as temporary replacement for long-time Korn…
  1. Press freedom in Colombia improved: Reporters Without Borders

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 04.26 / 15:24 colombiareports.com
    Press freedom in Colombia has slightly improved contrary to a global trend of reduced freedom, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said in its annual World Press Freedom Index. The RSF expressed a… Read more Press freedom in Colombia improved: Reporters Without …
  2. Not one of Colombia’s state institutions passes corruption risk test

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 04.26 / 14:49 colombiareports.com
    A corruption risk survey carried out at 167 government institutions showed that all these state bodies are between medium and extreme risk of corruption. The Transparency Index of Public Entities set up… Read more Not one of Colombia’s state institutions passes corruption risk t…
  3. US extradites former Colombia intelligence chief facing journalist torture charges

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 04.26 / 11:47 colombiareports.com
    The United States deported a former intelligence chief of Colombia’s now-defunct intelligence agency DAS, who is wanted in Colombia to face torture charges. Enrique Ariza, 49, was removed from the US on Monday to… Read more US extradites former Colombia intelligence chief facing journalist torture cha…
  4. Trump wants to cut economic aid to Colombia with 30%

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 04.26 / 11:47 colombiareports.com
    US President Donald Trump has proposed US Congress to cut economic aid to Colombia with 28.9% from 113 million dollars to 105 million, according to Foreign Policy magazine. The political… Read more Trump wants to cut economic aid to Colombia with…
  5. FIFA-Panama corruption probe widens

    Newsroompanama.com - Panama 04.25 / 23:52 newsroompanama.com
    Ariel Alvardo   PANAMA’S ROLE  in the FIFA  corruption scandal is finally under investigation. Revelations by the FBI   reverberated around the world and toppled the leadership at the world headquarters in Switzerland and in many regions. The Sixth Anti­Corruption Prosecutor has made new accusations in the investigation into bribes paid by FIFA to local soccer officials. The prosecutor has also ordered the continued pretrial detention of former Panama Football Federation (Fepaf…
  6. Martinelli son’s Madrid  apartment seized

    Newsroompanama.com - Panama 04.25 / 23:22 newsroompanama.com
    AN APARTMENT valued at over $3 million dollars in an exclusive  Madrid neighborhood and belonging to one of the sons of ex-president Ricardo Martinelli, has been seized as part of the probe into bribes paid by the Odebrecht construction company to high rolling, politically connected  Panama insiders. The apartment is in the El Retiro district, home to wealthy foreign investors and near Retiro Park, and the famed Cibeles Fountain. It is the third seizure of Martinelli property in r…
  7. México y Costa Rica se enfrentan ante la OMC por el aguacate, o palta

    México y Costa Rica mantienen desde hace dos años una llamativa guerra provocada por nada más y nada menos que el aguacate, también conocido como palta o avocado. Por llamativo que parezca el conflicto, la aparición del virus conocido como ‘Mancha de Sol’ generó temor en Costa Rica, que decidió cerrar la importación del aguacate mexicano tipo... Read more » The post México y Costa Rica se enfrentan ante la OMC por el aguacate, o palta appeared first on Latin Correspond…
  8. Bolivia estaría dispuesta a extraditar al polémico youtuber que amenazó al presidente de Colombia

    Las autoridades judiciales de Bolivia ordenaron la captura del youtuber Josué Martínez Loaiza, quien a través de un vídeo amenazó con atentar contra el Gobierno del presidente de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos. El ciudadano colombiano de 42 años fue detenido en Santa Cruz, ciudad donde residía. Los diálogos de paz entre el Gobierno y las... Read more » The post Bolivia estaría dispuesta a extraditar al polémico youtuber que amenazó al presidente de Colombia appeared first on Latin Corre…