• Military delegation from Denmark to Conduct Observation Flight over Russia Military delegation from Denmark to Conduct Observation Flight over Russia 18.8.2014

    Military delegation from Denmark will conduct an observation flight over Russia under the Open Skies Treaty, an official at Russia’s Defense Ministry said on Sunday. “From August 18 to 22, a mission from the Kingdom of Denmark will conduct observation flights aboard an An-30B over the territory of the Russian Federation under the Treaty on […]

  • Rescuers save13 tourists from wrecked tourist boat in eastern Indonesian coast Rescuers save13 tourists from wrecked tourist boat in eastern Indonesian coast 18.8.2014

    According to local authorities, 13 more survivors were saves by rescuers from a tourist boat that sank Saturday in eastern Indonesian coast, according to local authorities. “They were all found together, some in a lifeboat and some floating with their life jackets on around 60 miles off Sape,” a rescuer told France Press agency. He […]

  • European Food products will be smuggled into Russia via Switzerland European Food products will be smuggled into Russia via Switzerland

    European food producers are reported to be looking for ways around the Russian ban in a bid to smuggle their excess milk, meat and vegetables into the Russian market – and Switzerland is but one of the routes under consideration, according to the Swiss agriculture authority. Switzerland has been exempt from Russia’s food embargo that […]

  • More investors hooked on Asia’s frothy markets and promises to keep them increasing More investors hooked on Asia’s frothy markets and promises to keep them increasing

    Asian stocks .MIAPJ0000PUS are up 137 percent in just under six years. Equity markets in India, Indonesia, Korea, the Philippines and most other countries are well above their 2008 peaks, with some at record levels. Earnings have spurred much of these heady gains, underwritten by an economic recovery led by domestic consumption and, more recently, […]

  • $15 billion spin-off in Perth taken as a vote of confidence in the West Australian capital $15 billion spin-off in Perth taken as a vote of confidence in the West Australian capital

    The city’s stratospheric coffee prices may not fall any time soon, because BHP Billiton’s plans to headquarter its $15 billion spin-off in Perth is being taken as a vote of confidence in the West Australian capital. The new company – which is yet to be named but will house the BHP’s unwanted nickel, manganese, alumina […]

  • Bombardier, Hitachi intend to buy Finmeccanica’s rail subsidiaries Bombardier, Hitachi intend to buy Finmeccanica’s rail subsidiaries

    Several sources close to the auction process said that the Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier and Japanese industrial giant Hitachi are the two frontrunners to buy Finmeccanica’s rail subsidiaries. Italy’s Finmeccanica has been trying to sell its cash-strapped train division, AnsaldoBreda, together with its profitable rail-signals business, Ansaldo STS, for three years, to help […]

  • Oil sands : The most dangerous energy plays in the world Oil sands : The most dangerous energy plays in the world

    According to a new report by a financial think-tank that focuses on climate risk, Alberta’s oil sands are some of the world’s costliest energy projects and some could be cancelled without higher oil prices. The study by the Carbon Tracker Initiative highlighted 20 of the biggest projects around the world that need a minimum oil price […]

Mo’ne Davis gets hit; two-hitter and struck out eight in a 4-0 victory over Nashville Mo’ne Davis gets hit; two-hitter and struck out eight in a 4-0 victory over Nashville

Mo'ne Davis had a bloop RBI single in the first inning to became the sixth girl to get a hit in Little League World Series history, and her Philadelphia team rallied in the sixth inning to beat Pearland, Texas, 7-6 on Sunday night. On Friday in Philadelphia's opener, Davis threw a two-hitter and struck out […]

laser lights are used by scientists to record quantum behavior of electrons laser lights are used by scientists to record quantum behavior of electrons

A group of researchers has said that they have come up with a new method to record and control a single electron behavior at the quantum mechanical level, this came in a study that could bring quantum computing and information processing a step closer. Research team, headed by the scientists at the University of Chicago, […]

  • Russian Admiral Vladimirsky Research Ship started its voyage around the world Russian Admiral Vladimirsky Research Ship started its voyage around the world

    Admiral Vladimirsky oceanographic research ship of the Russian Baltic Fleet will leave Kronstadt near St. Petersburg and set sail on a 125-day long round-the-world voyage on Monday, the Baltic Fleet press service reported. “During the transition the vessel will be conducting oceanographic research, collecting information for correction of nautical charts, guidelines and manuals for navigation, […]

  • Emmy awards gives Aduba, Janney the Trophy for thier creative arts Emmy awards gives Aduba, Janney the Trophy for thier creative arts

    The Emmy winner this year was Uzo Aduba for her breakout role as a prisoner known as “Crazy Eyes” in Netflix's “Orange is the New Black.” The series received two other awards, for casting and picture editing, at the creative arts Emmy ceremony Saturday honoring technical and other achievements. In an emotional speech, Aduba thanked […]

  • How to make Artichoke Leek Frittata Recipe How to make Artichoke Leek Frittata Recipe

    Frittatas, as simple as they seem, can be a challenge to pull off well. The secret to a perfect frittata, or almost any egg dish for that matter, is slow cooking. A frittata should be firm enough to have structure, while at the same time, tender to the bite. If you cook the egg mixture […]

  • The 20/20 co-anchor, Elizabeth Vargas back to rehab The 20/20 co-anchor, Elizabeth Vargas back to rehab

    Elizabeth Vargas, the ABC News reporter, has returned to a recovery center to be treated for alcohol dependency. She said that she checked into a treatment facility this weekend while on vacation. Elizabeth considered a 20/20 co-anchor. Vargas said, “As so many other recovering alcoholics know, overcoming the disease can be a long and incredibly […]

  • Sylvester Stallone Starts to prepare for the fifth part of Rambo film series Sylvester Stallone Starts to prepare for the fifth part of Rambo film series

    Sylvester Stallone, the Hollywood actor, has revealed that he is preparing himself to begin shooting for Rambo 5. The 68-year-old Expendables ringleader says he's starting to work out to get ready for his return as John Rambo in the fifth film. The last Rambo film came out in 2008, reported Ace Showbiz. Mr Stallone said, […]

  • Peter Mcalevey dies by cancer at the age of 58 Peter Mcalevey dies by cancer at the age of 58

    Michael Douglas' former production partner Peter Mcalevey has lost his battle with cancer at the age of 58. McAlevey was part of Douglas' Stonebridge Entertainment venture, which produced the films “Flatliners,” “Double Impact” and “Radio Flyer.” He was reportedly in pre-production on a remake of Disney's 1963 movie “The Three Lives of Thomasina” at the […]