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|Thai national park mails trash back to tourists|
Added: 18.09.2020 9:16 | 8 views | 0 comments
If you're leaving your rubbish in a Thai national park, you might be reunited with it by mail.
|Barca can win LaLiga but little else – Schuster|
Added: 18.09.2020 7:39 | 5 views | 0 comments
Former Barcelona midfielder Bernd Schuster said he can see the embattled club winning LaLiga but little else in 2020-21. Barca are coming off a trophy-less season and superstar captain Lionel Messi's unsuccessful attempt to leave Camp Nou. President Josep Maria Bartomeu is also under increasing pressure following Messi's transfer request. As Barca prepare for their ...]
|Covid-19: New fear grips Europe as cases top 30m worldwide|
Added: 18.09.2020 7:32 | 11 views | 0 comments
Many northern hemisphere countries are bracing for a second wave of the pandemic as winter approaches.
|Migrant crisis 2015: What happened to Nujeen Mustafa?|
Added: 18.09.2020 7:16 | 3 views | 0 comments
Nujeen fled war in Syria, and crossed Europe in her wheelchair in 2015, but where is she now?
|Russia's top secret unit ‘seeking to destabilise Europe’ exposed by security officials|
Added: 18.09.2020 6:30 | 14 views | 0 comments
RUSSIA has a top secret military unit which "seeks to destabilise Europe," and has been responsible for multiple operations under the orders of Vladimir Putin, according to security officials.
|[Ticker] Belarus president puts army on EU borders|
Added: 18.09.2020 6:26 | 5 views | 0 comments
Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko said on Thursday troops would be pulled from the street to guard its borders with EU countries, Deutsche Welle writes. "We are compelled to withdraw our troops from the streets, have half our army on guard and close our state border with the West, first of all with Lithuania and Poland," said Lukashenko. Polish officials said Lukashenko's threat was propaganda, as the borders were already closed.
|[Ticker] US: Lebanese group hoarding explosives in EU states|
Added: 18.09.2020 6:23 | 4 views | 0 comments
Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has stored caches of ammonium nitrate, the chemical in the recent Beirut blast, in Europe with a view to future attacks ordered out of Iran, US counterterrorism coordinator Nathan Sales said Thursday, The Guardian reports. "I can reveal that such [Hezbollah] caches have been moved through Belgium to France, Greece, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland," he said. "This activity is still under way," he added.
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