Summary January 19, 2018

  • Supporting ISIS German rapper Deso Dogg killed in Syria

    A rapper from Germany One Denis (Deso Dogg), who fought on the side of the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG banned in Russia), killed in Syria on Friday, reports the TV channel “al Arabiya”.

  • A passenger bus overturned in Turkey, six people were killed

    Passenger bus belonged to a private company, and was on his way from the region of Hatay in the city of mush.

  • Johnson proposed to build a bridge between France and UK

    The head of the British foreign Ministry Boris Johnson has proposed to build a bridge between Britain and France across the English channel, writes the Telegraph.

  • Russia will limit the import of apples from Bosnia and Herzegovina from January 22

    “The party of apples shipped before this date will be subject to intensive quarantine phytosanitary control with full unloading of vehicles”, – stated in the message Rosselkhoznadzor.

  • Increased the number of victims of the terrible hurricane in Germany

    The number of victims of the deadly hurricane “Frederick” in Germany has grown to six people, injured more than fifty.

  • The house of representatives of the United States Congress approved the draft provisional budget

    The house of representatives of the U.S. Congress adopted the decision on temporary funding of Federal agencies until February 16, 2018.

  • Lavrov met with UN Secretary General Guterres in new York

    The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov met in new York with UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres on the sidelines of the UN Security Council.

  • Romanian pensioner called himself a godson of Hitler

    A resident of Romania said that he is the godson of Nazi Fuhrer of Germany, Adolf Hitler.

  • The US state Department called on Turkey to focus on the fight against ISIS

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on 15 January have threatened to destroy the security forces that have shaped the United States from Kurdish troops on the Turkish-Syrian border.

  • Held in captivity in USA 13 their children a couple have pleaded guilty

    The couple Turpin from the city of Perris, California, USA, who are accused of holding in captivity of their 13 children aged from two to 29 years, said yesterday in court that did not admit their guilt.

  • The state Department declared readiness to use force in case of aggression of the DPRK

    The US state Department admitted the possibility of the use of force to counter potential acts of aggression from North Korea.

  • Spouses of United States, holding 13 children in chains, charged

    Investigators presented the spouses David and Louise Turpin from the United States allegations of torture of a minor and leaving the children in danger.

  • Him and Mei called external policy of Russia’s “aggressive and assertive”

    The President of France Emmanuel macron and Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may, commenting on the Russian foreign and defense policy, called it “more aggressive and assertive”.

  • “Kaspersky” has demanded to lift the ban on its at US government agencies

    International company “Kaspersky Lab” in a us court demanded to cancel the decree of the Ministry of internal security of the United States, which prohibits the use of the company’s programs in public institutions of the United States.

  • In the United States crashed helicopter with opposition politicians in Zimbabwe

    In the us city of Houston, Texas crashed helicopter with politicians from Zimbabwe.

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