Tunisia sees losses of $515 million for tourism after attacks
Tunisia expects to lose at least $515 million this year, or about a quarter of its estimated annual tourism earnings, following last Friday's attack on a beach hotel that killed 39 people, mostly British holidaymakers, according to World Bulletin ...
At least 30 people killed as Indonesian military plane crashes on Sumatra   <span style="color:#ff0000">VIDEO</span>

At least 30 people killed as Indonesian military plane crashes on Sumatra VIDEO

30.06.2015 [13:35]
At least 30 people have been killed after an Indonesian military transport plane crashed shortly after take-off into a city on Sumatra island, exploding in a ball of flames in a residential area, according to the Guardin ...
Egypt's state prosecutor killed in Cairo bomb attack

Egypt's state prosecutor killed in Cairo bomb attack

29.06.2015 [21:41]
Egypt's state prosecutor Hisham Barakat has been killed after his motorcade was hit by a bomb blast in the capital Cairo. "He has passed away," Justice Minister Ahmed al-Zind told the AFP news agency at the hospital where Barakat had been taken following the bombing on Monday. ...
South Korea supplementary MERS budget set to top 10 trillion won

South Korea supplementary MERS budget set to top 10 trillion won

24.06.2015 [21:34]
South Korea will draw up a supplementary budget expected to exceed 10 trillion won ($9 billion), to help cope with the effects of the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome and an economic slump, a ruling party official said on Wednesday. Reuters confirmed Yoo's comments with an aide ...
Most kangaroos are 'left-handed'

Most kangaroos are 'left-handed'

24.06.2015 [10:30]
Wild kangaroos tend to favor their left hands during common tasks like grooming and feeding, a study suggests. The researchers say this is the first demonstration of population-level "handedness" in a species other than humans, who are ...
World's oldest person Jeralean Talley dies at 116

World's oldest person Jeralean Talley dies at 116

23.06.2015 [11:13]
The world's oldest woman, Jeralean Talley has died at the age of 116. Talley's title as the world's oldest person was verified by the Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group, which tracks ...
Taliban Suicide Bomber, Gunmen Attack Afghan Parliament

Taliban Suicide Bomber, Gunmen Attack Afghan Parliament

22.06.2015 [13:45]
The Taliban launched a complex attack on the Afghan parliament Monday, with a suicide car bomber striking at the entrance and gunmen battling police as lawmakers were meeting inside to confirm the appointment of a defense minister, police and witnesses said, according to ...
Woman’s Portrait Will Appear on the $10 Bill

Woman’s Portrait Will Appear on the $10 Bill

19.06.2015 [10:17]
Growing numbers of Americans are going cashless, but demands to finally put a woman on paper currency persist. And now the Treasury has announced that a portrait of a woman, to be determined soon, will grace the $10 bill. ...
Airbus to build 900 satellites for OneWeb internet-from-space project

Airbus to build 900 satellites for OneWeb internet-from-space project

17.06.2015 [10:29]
Airbus will design and build about 900 satellites for privately owned OneWeb, which plans to offer high-speed, space-based internet access to billions of people worldwide, company officials have announced, according to the Guardian ...
Putin, Erdogan to discuss regional problems

Putin, Erdogan to discuss regional problems

13.06.2015 [15:54]
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who are in the Azerbaijani capital for the opening ceremony of the first-ever European Games, will hold talks on Saturday to discuss bilateral relations and key regional problems ...
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho banned from driving for six months

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho banned from driving for six months

11.06.2015 [15:38]
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has been banned from driving for six months for speeding, according to Mirror.Co.Uk. The football boss was also ordered to pay £910 by magistrates in court on Wednesday for driving at 60mph in a 50mph zone. ...
Landslides kill at least 15 after heavy rain in Nepal

Landslides kill at least 15 after heavy rain in Nepal

11.06.2015 [14:42]
At least 15 people were killed and more than a dozen reported missing after heavy rains triggered landslides in northeastern Nepal, a local government official said on Thursday, according to Daily Mail ...
Fuel depot blaze in Ukraine kills five

Fuel depot blaze in Ukraine kills five

10.06.2015 [16:49]
A massive fire at a Ukrainian fuel depot killed five people on Tuesday, officials said, including three firemen who went missing after the flames triggered a powerful explosion. The fire burned overnight and by morning had spread to at least 16 tanks, most of them storing ...
Heads of Russian-language media from 63 countries start work at Russian press congress

Heads of Russian-language media from 63 countries start work at Russian press congress

10.06.2015 [16:48]
Top executives of more than 500 Russian-language media outlets from 63 countries are gathering in Moscow for the 17th World Russian Press Congress. The event is held from June 9 through June 13 at Moscow’s World Trade Centre. The opening ceremony on Wednesday will signal the start ...
HSBC boss Stuart Gulliver expected to announce thousands of job cuts

HSBC boss Stuart Gulliver expected to announce thousands of job cuts

09.06.2015 [22:24]
The chief executive of HSBC, Stuart Gulliver, is expected to signal next week that thousands of jobs are to be cut when he outlines his latest strategy for the global banking business, according to reports, according to the Guardian. After he took the helm in 2011, Gulliver outlined the need for 25,000 job cuts from a global workforce ...
Syrian hackers take control of US Army's website and post propaganda messages

Syrian hackers take control of US Army's website and post propaganda messages

09.06.2015 [19:31]
Syrian hackers breached the US Army's website temporarily taking it over and posting propaganda messages. Supporters of the country's President Bashar al-Assad, calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army claimed responsibility for today's attack ...
Five killed in China village 'mass shooting'

Five killed in China village 'mass shooting'

09.06.2015 [15:35]
A Chinese villager armed with a double-barreled hunting gun killed four people, including two police, in northern Hebei province on Tuesday, state media said, a rare outbreak of gun violence in a country where firearms are tightly controlled, according to Reuters ...
Are You the 5 Percent? Small Minority Have No Health Problems

Are You the 5 Percent? Small Minority Have No Health Problems

09.06.2015 [14:19]
If you're in perfect health, you're in the minority: Less than 5 percent of people worldwide had no health problems in 2013, a new study finds. Researchers analyzed information on about 300 diseases and conditions — everything from acne and PMS to chronic ...
Boeing develops drone that can be re-charged in mid-air, fly indefinitely

Boeing develops drone that can be re-charged in mid-air, fly indefinitely

09.06.2015 [14:02]
The US Patent and Trademark Office approved an application from Boeing's James J. Childress and John J. Viniotis for an autonomous drone that can be recharged without landing. Today, the amount of time a drone can spend in the air is limited by ...