Sunday 16 June, 2019
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Category Archives: News
US-Mexico talks

President Donald Trump has hailed a deal reached with Mexico to help stem the flow of migrants to the US after he threatened to impose trade tariffs. Under the deal, in which Mexico agreed to take “unprecedented steps”, the duties...

By Steve Weichel on Jun 9th, 2019
Mr Trump met Emperor Naruhito

US President Donald Trump has become the first foreign leader to meet Japan’s Emperor Naruhito. Mr Trump, who is currently on a four-day state visit to Japan, was greeted by the emperor and Empress Masako at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. The...

By Howard Johnson on May 27th, 2019
world largest aeroplane

The world’s largest aeroplane by wingspan has taken flight for the first time. Built by Stratolaunch, the company set up by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2011, the aircraft is designed to act as a flying launch pad for satellites. The...

By Steve Weichel on Apr 14th, 2019
Phoenix fire truck crash

Three civilians were killed Sunday when a Phoenix firetruck crashed into a passenger vehicle, according to local authorities. Phoenix police told CNN affiliate KTVK the firetruck was on its way to a structure fire nearby when it collided with...

By Steve Weichel on Apr 8th, 2019
DeathChamber-Texas

The ban was triggered by a detainee who wanted a Buddhist monk at his side during the execution. In response to a decision of the Supreme Court of United States, the state banned Texas pastor of execution cells. The State Department of Justice...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 4th, 2019
Natalija Filjowa Plane Crash

The crash of the aircraft of the manufacturer Epic killed three people – among them the prominent Russian businesswoman Natalija Filjowa. In the crash of a small aircraft in southern Hesse, the prominent Russian businesswoman Natalija...

By Steve Weichel on Apr 1st, 2019
Bus Fire

Authorities say at least 20 people were killed when a fire broke out in a bus at an informal stop on the northern outskirts of Peru’s capital.’ Fire department spokesman Lewis Mejia said Sunday the blaze took place while the bus...

By Howard Johnson on Apr 1st, 2019
Floods in Iran

120,000 people depend on heavy rainfall emergency shelters. Twelve provinces are affected in Iran. The death toll from the flood disaster in Iran has risen to at least 23. That was said on Wednesday by the head of the rescue service to the...

By Howard Johnson on Mar 27th, 2019
US forces kill five Afghan soldiers

US forces launched two “self-defense” airstrikes near an Afghan National Army check point in the Uruzgan province on Wednesday, according to a coalition spokesman. US and coalition that the strikes were launched Wednesday morning...

By Howard Johnson on Mar 14th, 2019
Hillary Clinton

“I will not compete, but I will continue to work, speak and stand up for what I believe in,” the ex-Foreign Minister said. Hillary Clinton will not enter the US presidential election campaign in 2020. “I will not compete,...

By Howard Johnson on Mar 6th, 2019