Floods in Germany

More than 90 dead in Germany and Belgium due to floods

Police in Germany reported Friday that at least 80 people have died as a result of flooding in the west of the country. The states affected are North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate, where at least 30...
Twitter Fleets

Twitter’s Fleets fail and will disappear on August 3

It was nice while it lasted, but Fleets, Twitter's version of Stories, has not fulfilled the goal of encouraging users to make more posts on the platform. At the time, Twitter thought that the...
Havana Cuba

Internet blackout and Havana shielding, situation in Cuba two days after protests

The massive demonstrations in Cuba that began on Sunday against the established system in the country are beginning to have important consequences on the citizens of Havana, mainly. The Government has armored the capital...
Taliban guns

Taliban advance day by day after US withdrawal announcement

The Taliban have staged a show of force and displayed containers full of weapons and military equipment seized from the Afghan army as U.S. forces withdraw from the country. The weaponry includes 900 guns,...
Cuba protesters

Thousands of Cubans take to the streets shouting “freedom” and “down with the dictatorship”

Cuba experienced yesterday, Sunday, an unusual day of protests against the government in different parts of the country. Shouting "freedom" and "down with the dictatorship", large groups of demonstrators took to the streets in...
B-21 Raider

This is the B-21 Raider, the futuristic bomber of the “day of tomorrow”

The U.S. Air Force unveiled a new artist's rendering of the futuristic B-21 Raider bomber, in what was the third version of the Northrop Grumman-developed aircraft design. Previous images revealed only a pair of windows,...

What is the “champagne war” between France and Russia?

It seems absurd that a drink originating in the French region of Champagne cannot bear that name. But that is exactly what Russia has established through a new law: champagne that is not produced...
Nicaragua dictator Daniel Ortega

Nicaraguan dictatorship detains university and peasant leaders

The Nicaraguan Police arrested this Monday university leaders Lesther Alemán and Max Jerez and peasants Merardo Mairena, Fredyy Navas, Pedro Mena and Pablo Morales. According to the newspaper 'La Prensa', both the Nicaraguan University Alliance...

More than six million Europeans have applied for UK residency after Brexit

More than six million EU and European Economic Area citizens have applied to regularize their status in the UK after the Brexit, according to statistics released by the British government after the end of...

How escape room increases innovation and creativity

Nowadays, people are bound so much with their work and day-to-day activities that they don’t have enough space for motivation and creativity. With the pleasant experience of solving puzzles, finding clues, unique themes, and ambiance,...
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