20.01.2020 / 18:34

Five people were killed that night after a hot water pipe exploded in a small private hotel in the Russian city of Perm and flooded a basement hotel room with boiling water, the regional investigative committee said, Reuters and TASS reported.

All victims were guests of the hotel.

Three more...

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20.01.2020 / 18:24

Jordan's parliament passed a bill yesterday to ban gas imports from Israel, just days after they started under a multibillion-dollar deal struck in 2016 that is opposed by much of the population, Reuters reported.

The document was approved by the 130-member lower house of the Jordanian Parliament...

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20.01.2020 / 18:04

Nearly 100 prisoners, many of whom are members of a large Brazilian drug and arms-trafficking gang and considered as "highly dangerous", escaped from a Paraguayan prison near the border with Brazil on Sunday, police said.

Prisoners, both Brazilians and Paraguayans, escaped through a...

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20.01.2020 / 17:40

British Conservatives announced yesterday that the government is considering moving the House of Lords - the the upper house of the British Parliament - outside of London to re-establish voter relations, DPA reported.

“It’s about demonstrating to people that we are going to do things...

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20.01.2020 / 17:33

Today, South Korea has confirmed the first case of a mysterious virus that appeared last month in China, heightening concerns about the spread of the epidemic.

The South Korean Center for Disease Control and Prevention said the virus was discovered in a 35-year-old Chinese woman who arrived by...

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Vladimir Putin
20.01.2020 / 17:21

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday submitted a package of constitutional amendments to parliament less than a week after announcing a surprise plan to reform the political system.

The bill, which can be found on the website of the lower house State Duma's website, proposes changes,...

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20.01.2020 / 16:21

About 2,000 of the world's richest people own more than the poorest 4 billion and 600 million. The new inequality statistics has been published by the large association of charities Oxfam.

The report focuses on policies that allow men to dominate the top ranks of business and government. Economic...

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Yes - positive vote
20.01.2020 / 15:27

The West countries, Russia and the Arab countries have reached an agreement on Libya. Following the meeting in Berlin, it was announced that the world leaders agreed to uphold a UN arms embargo and end military backing for the North African country's warring factions.

For five years, Libya has...

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MEPs have another busy week ahead of them
20.01.2020 / 15:12

Parliamentary committees will this week deal with Brexit, a free trade deal with Vietnam and discuss security matters with Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg.

On Thursday the constitutional affairs committee will vote on its recommendation to Parliament on whether it should approve the EU-UK withdrawal...

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Different chargers for each piece of equipment could soon be a thing of the past
20.01.2020 / 15:01

MEPs want to make life easier for consumers and cut electronic waste through the introduction of a common charger for all mobile devices.

They called on the European Commission to come up with a proposal by July 2020 during a debate on 13 January. The Parliament's internal market and consumer...

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