Category: Special News

Germany Sends More Refugees to EU Neighbours

The German authorities, in the framework of the Dublin agreement, are increasingly sending refugees to other EU countries, Deutsche Welle said. According to the...

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Trump to Block Publication of Mueller’s Probe

The legal team of President Trump intend to protest the full publication of the results of the investigation of special prosecutor Robert Mueller about the alleged...

Kim Jong-un Went Off Radars

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have not appeared in public for 15 days, Yonhap agency said Tuesday. According to the agency, the leader of the DPRK visited 30 economic...

Chinese tycoon released, returns home

The executive director and founder of the Chinese retailer JD.com, Liu Qiangdong (better known as Richard Liu), returned to China after having being detained in the US...

Coca-Cola Buys Costa for $ 5 bn

Coca-Cola has announced the acquisition of Costa Limited, the largest British coffee chain, by Whitbread Plc for $ 5.1 billion, according to Coca-Cola and Whitbread...

Chinese ZTE posted $ 1 bn Losses Over US sanctions

China’s ZTE Corp, engaged in the production of telecommunications equipment and smartphones, received 7.8 billion yuan (about $ 1.1 billion) in losses in the first...

Argentina Sharply Raised Key Rate After Peso Collapse

The Central Bank of Argentina raised the key rate by 15 percentage points to 60% per annum after the sharpest collapse of the peso to the dollar since 2015, when a...

Microsoft wants its US Suppliers to Provide Paid Parental Leaves

Microsoft will require all its suppliers in the United States to offer their employees paid childcare leave and intends to complete the transition to a new format of...

Court Rejects “In God We Trust” Lawsuit

The 8th District Court in Minnesota rejected the claim by a group of atheists, who demanded that the phrase In God We Trust be removed from banknotes and coins. The...

EU voted down halogen light bulbs

The European Union prohibits the use of halogen lamps. The ban, which is introduced in the framework of energy saving policy, will begin to operate from September 1, The...