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A former US Marine who sees himself as the right-wing equivalent of famed street artist Banksy has been busy plastering Los Angeles with posters supporting the Republican Party and Dona
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko expects that Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada would soon annul parliamentary immunity from prosecution.
Petya encrypting ransomware blocking data access and demanding money for unlocking attacked computers of dozens of companies in Russia and Ukraine and then spread worldwide
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, received $17.1 million for his work with a Ukrainian political party, according to a registration document he filed with the U.S.
The Dutch government has further reduced its shareholding in ABN Amro, selling a block representing 7% of the bank’s outstanding...
The four biggest Dutch banks – Rabobank, ING, ABN Amro and the Volksbank (formerly SNS) – have lent cannabis cafe...
President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev was welcomed by Romanian President Klaus Iohannis, on Tuesday morning at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace, on the plateau of ceremonies. The Bulgari
Istanbul will host a meeting of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC).
The National Bank of Ukraine on Tuesday, June 27, lowered the official hryvnia exchange rate by five kopiykas, bringing the national currency to UAH 26.08 to the dollar.
A man who was flung down a street after being struck by a bus stood up almost immediately afterwards and casually walked into a pub. Video of the incident in Reading shows the man cheat
Labour leader and caretaker social affairs minister Lodewijk Asscher says he won’t sign off on the government’s 2018 spending plans...
Discounts to be offered daily for six weeks, while bigger price cuts await shoppers on specific days
NSDC approves number of measures to step up counter-terrorism measures in Ukraine
Already at the time of presentation, it was clear that Ljubljana would not be able to even come close to its goals in its transport strategy without far-reaching measures, the Dnevnik newspaper commen
As Mélenchon's men show up at the French parliament without ties, Le Monde looks at the sartorial standards expected of the nation's elected representatives. They may soon have to loosen their ties if
French Minister of Defense Florence Parly has ordered an inquiry into potential misuse of a military aircraft after reports emerged that a senior air force general routinely leased an A
Outdoor recreation enthusiasts will be able to join an event in the beautiful So?a river valley in western Slovenia which combines trail running, cycling, paragliding and kayaking, while those who li
In 1946, the Pobeda was the first Soviet automobile to have turn signals, two electric windshield wipers, four-wheel hydraulic brakes, an electric heater, and a factory-installed AM radio.  Many Pobe
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Wednesday, 28 June:
Although houses are being rented for ministers from out of town at a maximum rent of $500,000 per month, the ministerial housing allowance remains at $25,000, Clerk of the National Assembly Sherlock I
Boat operators and motorists are calling on the authorities to start urgent works to repair the dilapidated Leguan Stelling, which they say is a “deathtrap” waiting to happen. The post Leguan Stelling
A standby generator is to be rushed by the government to the Region One town of Mabaruma which has been without power for weeks. The post Standby generator for Mabaruma after weeks without power appea
Guyana has moved up to a Tier 1 ranking in the latest United States State Department Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report as the country now fully meets the minimum standards in combating the crime. Th
Earlier, WikiLeaks revealed data on EternalBlue and other hacking programs, saying that they had been allegedly developed by the NSA and used by US special services
The Protected Areas Commission (PAC) yesterday said that Global Positioning System (GPS) points confirm that dredges seized earlier this month during a Joint Services operation were indeed operating w
Armed bandits, posing as customers, yesterday robbed the popular ‘White Shop’ grocery store at La Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara, from where they stole some $400,000 in cash, jewellery, and oth
Former Attorney General Anil Nandlall yesterday said the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) applied for a warrant to search his home for 14 law reports he is charged with fraudulently converting to h
An early morning accident along the Skeldon Public Road has left a Line Path, Skeldon pedal cyclist dead. Yatandeo Hiralall, 59, of Lot 7 Line Path, Skeldon was riding north along the western side of
A sailor on a fishing vessel lost his life after he was involved in a hit-and-run accident at Orangestein, East Bank Essequibo just after 11 pm yesterday. The post Sailor dies in hit-and-run at Orange
A Stanleytown, West Bank Demerara family has been left traumatised after armed bandits invaded their home on Monday evening and carted off cash and other valuables. The post Family robbed in Stanleyto
The top ten ranking of local banks that account for almost 83% of the local assets, has seen significant changes in the past decade, as lenders with a lower market share in 2007 have grown fast whil
A total of 20,345 children were born in Slovenia last year, an average 56 a day. This is the ninth consecutive generation of more than 20,000 children, but the number keeps decreasing each year, due t
Nalini Manikam, 19, and three others, including a 13-year-old girl, were yesterday committed to stand trial for the murder of her father, Nonpareil pensioner Roger Manikam. The post Daughter among fou
As floodwaters slowly recede, residents of affected villages along the East Coast of Demerara want help for critical sanitisation. Affected residents told Stabroek News that they have decided to start
Residents of Baracara, in the Canje River, have been enduring severe flooding for the past few weeks, according to the community’s medic Carl Amsterdam, who says the water “is the highest it has ever
Residents of Wismar, Linden continue to experience flooding due to the absence of a koker door and have complained that regional officials are mum on when the problem would be rectified. The post Wism
Pharmaceutical producer Fiterman Pharma, held by the Fiterman family in Iasi, which also owns the Arcadia medical group, ended last year with 135 million lei (EUR30 million) revenue and RON25 millio
Malvena Hope, the Kitty woman injured in an accident two Sundays ago at the corner of Camp and Robb streets, remains hospitalised at the George-town Public Hospital. The post Kitty woman still hospita
A former police officer was yesterday charged with falsely swearing to information and giving false evidence in court. Bharrat Chatterpaul, 28, was read the charges yesterday by Chief Magistrate Ann M
The lax security for items purchased for the public sector was highlighted during a Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing last week Monday, when it was heard that more than US$18,000 worth of items
A barbeque business on Mandela Avenue has become a nuisance to residents of Lodge and motorists, who are being affected by the smoke from its operations, according to city councillor Monica Thomas. Th
A Diamond Housing Scheme resident, accused of being in possession of two pounds of cocaine, was remanded to prison on Monday. The post Diamond man remanded after 2-lb cocaine find appeared first on St
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