Day: April 7, 2019

US revoked visa of Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal CourtInteresting News

US revoked visa of Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court

The US has revoked the visa of the international criminal court’s chief prosecutor in response to her intention to investigate
Sudan gripped by total blackout amid massive protestsMore News

Sudan gripped by total blackout amid massive protests

Africa’s third-largest state, Sudan, has suffered a total power outage, its ministry of water and electricity confirmed. The incident takes
Huge haul of mummified animals uncovered at 2,000yo Egyptian tombThe Unknown

Huge haul of mummified animals uncovered at 2,000yo Egyptian tomb

A huge haul of mummified animals and birds have been unearthed at the 2,000-year-old burial site of an Egyptian couple
EU accuses German carmakers of blocking emissions cleaning technologyInteresting News

EU accuses German carmakers of blocking emissions cleaning technology

German auto industry giants Volkswagen (VW), BMW and Daimler have been accused by the European Union (EU) antitrust regulators of
NATO ‘broke away’ from intl law, lost its legitimacy – ex-OSCEWar News

NATO ‘broke away’ from intl law, lost its legitimacy – ex-OSCE

NATO broke away from international law and risks “collapse” or a conflict that will “destroy Europe,” if it does not
Spain to pay €1 million for solar project in the Chernobyl exclusion zoneMore News

Spain to pay €1 million for solar project in the Chernobyl exclusion zone

Spain will spend money from its state budget for the construction of a solar power plant in the Chernobyl nuclear