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Catalonia: Out of the EU if they become independent

2018-10-01T08:26:15+00:00By |Tags: , |

An "independent" Catalonia would automatically be excluded from the European Union. It could only  be able to join the EU after a new accession process. However, it would still be necessary for this approach to respect certain conditions enabling it to be validated by the 28 members. Which independence for Catalonia? The member states of

Drugs overdoses increasingly dangerous and fatal in Europe

2018-10-02T06:21:57+00:00By |

Drugs overdoses are increasingly fatal. This is especially the case in Europe, where new and numerous "dangerous" substances are circulating for health, the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) said in its annual report. The use of illicit drugs remains a major challenge for European societies, "said Dimitris Avramopoulos, European Commissioner for

New Mafia techniques: Less murders, more corruption

2018-10-02T10:32:43+00:00By |Tags: , , |

Traditional Italian mafias are now focusing on corruption instead of violence. Focusing on an "infiltration strategy" of economic, political and institutional circles, analyzed Tuesday the head of the Investigative Directorate Antimafia (DIA), Nunzio Antonio Ferla. The killings perpetrated by criminal organizations have "declined sharply for 10/15 years". However the mafias are "extraordinarily skilled in adapting

Gay Marriage: Slovenia said No

2018-10-03T10:50:50+00:00By |Tags: , , |

Slovenia has not become last Sunday 20th of December the first country of the former Communist bloc to open marriage to homosexuals. Consulted in a referendum on popular initiative, Slovenian voters largely rejected the law and voted for a No to Gay marriage. Law which was passed ten months ago by their deputies to 63.12%, according

Russian Army: USA is now worried about their new capabilities

2018-10-04T19:45:38+00:00By |Tags: , , |

Military reform has given Russia new superior capabilities compared to those of the EU states. The US military is now worried about those facts. The Russian army in Syria is better equipped than ever before. Russian army conducts airstrikes in Syria. They sends bombers in the sky, performed on every few weeks. They also perform random checks

John Sewel resigns from the British House of Lords

2018-10-03T19:37:32+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , |

Scandal in United Kingdom. Caught on video with prostitutes and taking cocaine, John Sewel resigns from the House of Lords. John Sewel, Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords left the office last Sunday after the broadcast by The Sun of a video showing him taking cocaine with prostitutes. He announced on Tuesday resigning

United Kingdom to leave the EU

2018-10-18T23:05:18+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , , , |

United Kingdom to leave the EU. Already done or almost? A large majority of British Members of Parliament approved on Tuesday the project of law on the referendum regarding the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. Before being adopted, the text still needs to take further legislative steps. The referendum of the United Kingdom

Andrew Wardle the man without a penis finally found one

2018-10-21T08:31:11+00:00By |Tags: , , , , |

Andrew Wardle its his name and he is also know as the man without a penis. The Discovery Science channel broadcasts on Friday, June 5 "Medical Challenges", a program of the true stories of ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. Despite this handicap of having no penis, Andrew Wardle Has Slept with over 100 Women. The

Sepp Blatter re-elected president for the fifth time

2018-10-07T10:25:44+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , |

Sepp Blatter has been re-elected president of FIFA (The Federation International of Football Association) for the fifth time in Zurich. The masquerade has indeed happened in Zurich. At the headquarters of FIFA, the 209 federations have proceeded to vote Friday afternoon to elect a new president for the next four years. New president? Not really

An army VAB crushed cars in France

2018-10-14T15:38:07+00:00By |Tags: , , , , |

The driver of an army VAB fell asleep while driving causing an accident and crushed two cars. An unusual accident. An armored army VAB crushed two cars in Saint-Laurent-du-Pont, in Isère, France on Monday May 11. If no casualties were reported, a young woman had avoided the disaster moments in just a matter of seconds.

African opinion on the Immigration in UK

2018-10-22T07:27:55+00:00By |Tags: , , , , |

African opinion: The immigration in UK is a sensitive topic which we here at Netnewstimes have decided to touch and write about from the Africans perceptions. How does the African community manages to be integrated in the United Kingdom? Does this community suffer from the competition against workers from Eastern Europe. Do they have a

Airbus will sue Germany accusing of spying for the NSA

2018-10-22T06:31:20+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , |

Airbus Group announced Thursday their intention to sue Germany after the reports that the Federal German foreign intelligence service (BND) helped the NSA to spy on European countries and companies. The European aviation group Airbus announced Thursday, April 30 that they would file a complaint against X for suspicions of industrial espionage in Germany. This

German intelligence suspected of spying on European officials for the NSA

2018-10-22T06:03:27+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , , |

German intelligence is suspected of spying on European officials for the NSA According to the newspaper "Süddeutsche Zeitung" published Thursday, The German intelligence helped the NSA to make "political espionage". New charges that embarrass the government of Chancellor Angela Merkel. The German intelligence services have been spying since 2008 French senior officials and the European Commission

Wolves of the night the pro-Putin bikers head to Berlin

2018-10-20T22:03:20+00:00By |Tags: , , , , |

Several hundred members from the Wolves of the night, a Russian motorcycle club known for its proximity to Vladimir Putin took on the road to Berlin on Saturday. The purpose is to reconstruct the march of the Red Army during World War II. "To Berlin!" Repeating the famous battle cry of the Red Army, hundreds of

Ryanair prices will fall 10% to 15%

2016-10-12T21:50:50+00:00By |Tags: , , |

Ryanair prices will fall 10% to 15% next year according Micheal O'Leary. In 2016 the average ticket should be 40 euros against 46 euros now, said Michael O'Leary in an interview. Prices of flights offered by Ryanair will drop from 10% to 15% over the next two years. Thanks to the recent fall in oil

EU: A military operation against traffickers of migrants

2018-10-14T15:45:36+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , |

The states members of the European Union will meet Thursday in Brussels for an extraordinary European Council on the crisis of migrants in the Mediterranean. The leaders will try to find an answer regarding the traffickers of migrants. Europe needs on Thursday, April 23 in Brussels a strong response against traffickers of migrants. Its leaders are

Liberland, a new country is born

2018-10-20T20:56:25+00:00By |Tags: , |

Liberland is the name of a new country located between Serbia and Croatia, in an area of 7 square kilometers. Liberland was established on April 13 by four Czechs, on a territory that is not claimed by either Croatia or Serbia. This would be the third smallest country in the world after the Vatican and

A terrorist attack thwarted in Paris

2018-10-20T20:32:23+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , , |

French police arrested a man suspected of planning a terrorist attack in Paris against "one or two churches," the French Minister of the Interior Bernard Cazeneuve. The man, aged 24, is an Algerian national who is a computer science student living in France for several years. he was known to the security services having expressed

Belgium: Shame, Belgians make fun of the environment

2018-10-20T20:40:55+00:00By |Tags: , , , |

Barely half of Belgians (47%) feel guilty when they pose an act or adopt harmful behavior to the environment, according to results of a study of the investigation bureau GfK published Monday on the sidelines of the international Earth Day on 22 April. The study, conducted among 28,000 people in 23 countries shows that in

Oskar Groning: trial of a former accountant of Auschwitz

2018-10-20T14:42:53+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , |

It could be one of the last major legal cases of the Holocaust. The trial of Oskar Gröning, a former accountant of the concentration camp of Auschwitz extermination, opens this Tuesday, April 21 in Germany. This is a highly anticipated trial which opens in Germany this Tuesday, April 21: Of Oskar Gröning, a former employee

The first French arms deliveries arrive in Lebanon

2018-10-20T03:52:06+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , , , |

After months of waiting, Lebanon receives on Monday, its first cargo of French weapons bought with a Saudi donation as part of a comprehensive plan to modernize the armed forces of the country. France launches Monday with first deliveries of weapons, funded by a Saudi donation of three billion dollars (2.78 billion euros), a comprehensive