News roundup - Wednesday, 2 November, until 3 PM


Below is a roundup of major events on Wednesday, 2 November, until 3 PM local time:

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The Guardian rated their new album «Kullakarva» as four points out of five and predicted that these traditional musicians, who enjoy a rock star status at home, will become the band of the summer. The
Chornobyl nuclear power plant (NPP) has switched to manual radiation monitoring of the industrial site over a cyber-attack, the press service of the State Agency for Exclusion Zone Management has repo
Your morning cereal featuring Tony the Tiger on the box is likely to turn out to be an unhealthy option, as a new study conducted by Australian obesity researchers branded half the prod
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has announced that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) is now permitted to plan and coordinate testing under the supervision of international exp
Three million EU citizens residing in the UK may be forced to carry an ID card to access basic rights under Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans. However, there are now fears the p
Petrozavodsk - cloudberry infusion Source: Vostock-Photo Cloudberry is a northern berry (also called the "northern orange"), and so it's quite expensive in Central Russia. A well-made alcoholic infu
A total of 400 companies, including 49 foreign businesses, are expected to take part in the events
The already fragile ruling coalition was further weakened yesterday (June 26) and on Thursday or Friday at the latest the unexpectedly opened political week will be sealed by the Center Party dissiden
SBU has warned that a massive hacker attack was launched today against information departments of energy-generating and energy utility companies, transport companies, a series of banks, etc. Many comm
Visiting the UAE pavilion at Expo 2017 in Astana, he noted the nation’s achievements
The subsidiary of the BO Bank, which has been operating in Estonia quite unnoticed, has significantly increased its number of clients and , according to manager Hannes Kaadu (HK), would like to invest
98 per cent of businesses currently use convergence to be agile
Saudi Arabia and Qatar are both members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, an association of regional monarchies. It was established to coordinate their economic, political, and even military policies.
MuzicUp will help independent artists receive exposure on YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music
Officer of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's Intelligence Department Colonel Maksym Shapoval, who died in a car blast in Kyiv on Tuesday, June 27, was commander of the deep reconnaissance division
If there is a gun on the stage, it is bound to go off: the creator of the Center Party, Edgar Savisaar, is expected to announce in the next couple of days that he will participate in the local electio
Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec presented the context of the upcoming decision of the arbitration tribunal deciding on the border between Slovenia and Croatia as he met his Swedish counterpart Margot Wa
Peter I, the first emperor of Russia — who reigned from 1682 to 1721 —  was well known for his love of curiosities. His collection of unusual and unique items, the Kuntskamera, is full of rarities ran
Slovenia will play at the World Women's Handball Championship, whcih will be held in Germany between 1 and 17 December, in group A in Trier along with African champions Angola and world championsh
A ceremony has been held in Masazir settlement, Absheron district, to give new apartments to IDP families living in unusable buildings
KEARNY — Immigrant and civil rights advocates joined faith groups outside Hudson County’s jail tonight to demand answers in the case of a 35-year-old Honduran immigrant who died in Jersey
A legal entity controlled by one of the managers of Kernel group of companies on June 19-21, 2017 sold 19,653 shares of Kernel Holding S.A. (Luxembourg).
The European Court of Human Rights has established that Romania has infringed the freedom of expression of journalist Feri Predescu from Constanta, sentenced in 2007 by a county court for criticizing
The information systems of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine are operating as usual, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Dmytro Shymkiv has said.
Donald Trump’s presidency has caused stress and anxiety in Americans across the country, many of whom have opted to offset their worries with an extra glass of wine or two or shots of whiskey fr
The pipelines are around Al Qudra Street and the Dubai to Al Ain highway
President Borut Pahor and Spanish King Felipe VI opened in Madrid on Tuesday an exhibition on the acclaimed Slovenian art collective NSK. The internationally successful From Kapital to Capital show,
The IMF’s assessment casts doubt over a more optimistic forecast in the White House budget proposal
Ukraine's Finance Ministry has supported the initiative of the supervisory board of PrivatBank to attract an internationally recognized firm to draw up a business strategy (market strategy) of the ban
Yale University has sued the state of Connecticut over rules it says limit the number of gender-neutral bathrooms it can designate on campus, the latest skirmish in the broader U.S. fight about gender
More than two years ago, two men started visiting Washington to push Turkey’s agenda in the capital. They dined with dignitaries and enlisted prominent lobbying firms from both sides of the aisl
The owner of the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Toronto has reached a deal that would remove President Donald Trump’s name from the front of the building. Bloomberg reports that JCF Ca

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