Tuesday, January 26, 2021

An European Parliament deputy from Latvia recognized the March 16 march as Nazi

Sandra Kalniete, a European Parliament deputy from Latvia recognized the March 16 march as Nazi and said that in a free country like Latvia,...

Opposition deputies of the Saeima offered to allocate 22 thousand euros to the search...

Opposition deputies of the Saeima offered to allocate 22 thousand euros to the search organization Bezvests.lv, and the CEC requested 111 thousand euros The government...

The Cabinet of Ministers approved amendments to the law on the prevention of the...

The Cabinet of Ministers approved amendments to the law on the prevention of the legalization of criminally acquired funds and the financing of terrorism,...

Who is the real beneficiar of RDZ Energy?

The real beneficiaries  of the company RDZ Energy, supplying the capital city enterprise Rīgas satiksme (RS) with fuel are two Italians living in Monaco....

Who can become the new president of Latvia?

In the coming days, the parties will name the candidate for the presidency of Latvia. The national association is pushing Egils Levits for the...

iBanFirst raises $17 million to help companies move money around the world

French startup iBanFirst is raising another $ 17 million (€15 million) from Serena Capital and Breega Capital, with existing investor Xavier Niel putting...

Princess Diana ‘peed her pants with laughter’ after hilarious dancing blunder

PRINCESS DIANA was left in stitches after Australian entertainer Rhonda Burchmore “fell on her a**e” during a tap dancing show held for the Royal...

Daily Crunch: Automattic raises $300M

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every...

It’s game on as Unity begins trading

Unity Software, which sells a game development toolkit primarily for mobile phone app developers, raised $ 1.3 billion in its initial public offering....

‘Present for Nicola!’ Boris mocks Remainer Sturgeon with Brexit pledge of ‘tonnes of fish’

NICOLA STURGEON was hilariously mocked by Boris Johnson as he was asked whether he will give the First Minister a Christmas present this year,...

How to save your privacy from the Internet’s clutches

Another week, another massive privacy scandal. When it’s not Facebook admitting it allowed data on as many as 87 million users to be sucked out...
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UK snow forecast: Charts show snow batter Britain as powerful Atlantic...

SNOW is expected to strike some parts of the country this week, according to the latest weather charts, as powerful Atlantic systems barrel across...

BREXIT BREAKTHROUGH: Farage reveals VERY SIMPLE way to avoid chaos for...

A GROUNDBREAKING plan to avoid financial chaos if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal has been revealed by Nigel Farage in...

Online hate crime to be treated the same as face-to-face crime...

 Sometimes the most obvious solutions might be the best. While the U.S. wrings its hands over what to do with online haters and abusers...

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