Several witnesses said Artan Santo was shot at least five times by two men on a motorcycle at a busy crossroads just off Tirana's main boulevard where the bank's offices are located. It was not immediately clear who was behind the killing. Police have offered a reward of 10,000 euros.
Pentagon placed order for 500 high-tech glasses. look through them at two-dimensional map, suddenly structures appear in three dimensions, present data from the database. Didn’t get in way of user’s ability to see. Facial-recognition program, see details about person in front of them, many applications.
Two top US business lobbies plan to run newspaper adverts warning that more Russian sanctions risk harming US workers and businesses. The trade associations warn that economic sanctions will translate into huge damages from lost trade, exports with Russia.
The number of Palestinian children in Israeli jails has surpassed 250 in the wake of the ongoing military search campaign in the West Bank,”Israel is violating international children’s rights agreements by detaining Palestinian minors, trying to cover up these violations withstory of three missing settlers,
Ukraine President will reportedly sign austerity-driven economic, trade agreement with European Union, which polarized the nation, sparked months of violence. Bring sweeping, changes, harsh” reforms, to economy. 1,200-page document with rules on everything: turkeys to tulips, cheese to machinery.”
Myanmar government planning to procure number of JF-17 Thunder multi-role combat aircraft. JF-17 is joint project of Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Chengdu Aerospace Corporation of China. Myanmar, India share a 1,600-km-long land boundary, long maritime boundary in Bay of Bengal.
In response to mass evictions and billions of tax dollars put into the World Cup, protesters battled police in “Robocop” suits, flame resistant built to withstand heavy blows. In 2008 1.25 million people were evicted by Chinese government from their homes in preparation for the 2008 Olympics.
Ukraine Independent Media Trade Union recommendations: journalists advised to avoid showing the dead on screen, use the word "corpse, domestic political rows, videos by the opposing side, not to show despair. Could undermine military morale, encourage parents to stop sons joining the troops.
Russian Foreign Ministry: The European Union’s attempts to punish Crimea for its reunifying with Russia is completely unacceptable. European Council announced a ban on all imports from the Crimean Peninsula and the city of Sevastopol if goods do not carry a certification from Ukraine.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has threatened that Israel would carry out more assaults against Syria, following recent airstrikes and shelling against targets inside the Arab country. Netanyahu said on Monday that Israel would respond with even tougher force if Syria retaliates.
88 Russian Sukhoi fighter planes arrived at the Imam Ali military base in Nasiriyah, Dhi Qar. which were held by the Republic of Iran for more than 20 years. Aircraft will be equipped with sophisticated weapons;will take part in fighting against Islamic State in Iraq and Levant.”
Arseniy Yatsenyuk, US-installed prime minister promised military forces of the Kiev junta would cleanse sub-humansfrom country’s eastern regions referring to the ethnic Russian populations of southeast regions of Ukraine, who are refusing to acknowledge the US-backed coup in Kiev as legitimate.
Local gas company in Kiev (Kyivenergo) announced they would be shutting off hot water supply to most of the city. Official reason: Kyivenergo (the energy supplier to Kiev) owes a debt to Ukraine state gas company (Naftogaz) $100 million. Ukraine has its own domestic natural gas supplies.
Industrial facilities across the U.S. dumped more than 206 million pounds of toxic chemicals into waterways in 2012, Tyson Foods Inc. alone dumped more than 18.5 million pounds—about 9 percent of the nationwide total. Waters have become a dumping ground for polluters.
An $800,000 program to help low-income Detroiters pay their water bills will be put in place in July after services were cut off from some residents in recent months and complaints were made to a United Nations representative. 90,000 city residents and businesses behind on their water bills.
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