MINSK (Sputnik) - Observers from the Interparliamentary Assembly of Member Nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States (IPA CIS) have not registered any violations during the presidential election in Belarus, Sergey Lebedev, the head of the IPA CIS monitoring mission, said on Sunday.
MINSK (Sputnik) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Sunday that he did not think the country would be plunged into chaos and civil war after the ongoing presidential election.
The 15-member Council for the Economy has never had a female appointee since it was formed in 2014. The appointment of six women to the body that oversees the Vatican’s finances is the most significant move Pope Francis has made in his commitment to giving more leadership roles in the Catholic Church to women.
The 61-year-old filmmaker, who founded EuropaCorp in 1999, is famous for directing The Fifth Element, Lucy, and Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
Britain earlier vowed to take tougher action on illegal migration together with France, as some 7,500 migrants in total could cross the Channel by Christmas.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Ten people were killed, including three children, after a fire erupted in an apartment block in the eastern Czech city of Bohumin on Saturday, police spokesman Lukas Popp said.
MINSK (Sputnik) - Maria Moroz, the head of Belarusian presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's campaign office, was detained in Minsk on Saturday, the candidate and her close ally, Olga Kovalkova, has confirmed.
Christianity is known for cases of myroblysia, an event when oil or some liquid flows from a saint’s relics, burial place or even icons. For some Christians, this is considered to be a miracle. However, it is not clear whether this magical phenomenon can actually explain what has been going on in Italy.
Duggan, 29, was killed in Tottenham, north London, on 4 August, 2011. The incident provoked the riots in several London boroughs which subsequently spread to the rest of the country.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Anti-government protesters rebuilt tent camps in the centre of the capital Sofia on Saturday morning, less than a day after they were torn down by the police.
Last week, protesters gathered in the capital Berlin for the 'End of the Pandemic - Day of Freedom' rally against measures taken by authorities to curb the spread of the COVID-19 infection.
MINSK (Sputnik) - The Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has started loading nuclear fuel into the reactor of its first energy unit, marking the beginning of launch operations, Russian nuclear corporation Rosatom said on Friday.
According to France Bleu, the hostage taker has several demands, but they are not known at the moment. According to police sources quoted by AFP, no one has been injured in the incident.
BERLIN (Sputnik) - Munich prosecutors have filed charges in connection with the investigation into the manipulation of diesel emissions against four former managers of the Audi concern, including three former board members, the Handelsblatt newspaper reported on Thursday, citing resources.
ATHENS (Sputnik) - Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said that the delineation of maritime zones and exclusive economic zone is the only disputed issue in relations with Turkey, adding that Athens is ready to settle this disagreement in the International Court of Justice at The Hague.
An ever-growing population living in a parallel society and an unknown extent of people using multiple identities and registered at the wrong address makes providing an exact population count an insurmountable task for the Swedish authorities.
A study conducted by the Icelandic research company Decode Genetics found that older people generally carry more antibodies than younger people – and men more than women.
The German carrier has been severely hit by the pandemic, with media suggesting it might declare bankruptcy several months ago. In June, however, the European Commission approved a move by the German government to bail out the company for 6 billion euros amid the crisis.
Following a dismal integration report, Danish Immigration Minister Mattias Tesfaye has called the development tragic, urged to slow down the intake of asylum seekers from the most problematic countries and envisaged extra integration measures, topped with return trips.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The Manhattan District Attorney's office subpoenaed President Donald Trump's longtime lender, Deutsche Bank, last year as part of a criminal investigation into his financial records, media reported citing four people familiar with the matter.