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Op deze pagina vind je kranten en nieuwsmedia uit Roemenië – The Romania Journal, Iran – Iran Front Page, Engeland – Mirror UK, Schotland – The Herald Scotland, Duitsland – Die Welle, Ierland – The Irish Times en Canada – CBC News.


    The Romania Journal

  • Romanian-born photographer, the big winner of 2021 iPhone Photography Awards
    The Grand Prize Winner and recipient of the Photographer of the Year Award within the 2021 iPhone Photography Awards went to a Romanian-born Hungarian photojournalist Istvan Kerekes. His photo, Transylvanian Shepherds, was taken on an iPhone 7 and features two shepherds, both holding lambs. “Two rugged shepherds traverse an equally... Read more »
  • New rise in the Covid daily infections
    There have been 104 new Covid cases reported in Romania in the past 24 hours, out of 26,625 conducted tests. The infection rate stands at 0.39%. Other two deaths among the patients infected with the novel coronavirus have died in the past day, while 38 patients are in intensive care.... Read more »
  • Deputy PM: Going to the mall might be conditioned by vaccination. PM: I thought all scenarios remain in the coalition
    Prime Minister Florin Cîțu voiced discontent with the statements made on Friday by Deputy Prime Minister Dan Barna, regarding some measures that could be taken to increase the vaccination rate. Barna said that, among the measures discussed in the coalition would, would be the granting of incentives in the form... Read more »
  • Cluj-Napoca: Romania’s Very Own Silicon Valley
    Cluj-Napoca’s expansion into the field of technology has placed Romania on the map, so much so, it’s being labelled the Silicon Valley of Eastern Europe.... Read more »
  • Romania Home to One of the World’s Favourite Natural Wonders
    One destination in Romania is among the world’s natural wonders we’re most looking forward to seeing again, according to a survey conducted by The Most ‘Grammed Natural Wonders The SaveonEnergy searched variations of hashtags pertaining to natural wonders around the globe to find out which are most popular on Instagram. ... Read more »
  • Vodafone Romania reports service revenue of EUR 190.9 M at June-end
    Vodafone Romania announces the key performance indicators for the quarter ended June 30th, 2021, as reported today by Vodafone Group Plc. Vodafone Romania delivered good performance despite of the challenging context in the quarter ended June 30th, 2021. The Service Revenue is at EUR 190.9 million and continues to be... Read more »
  • Garbage crisis in District 1. Bucharest Prefect’s Office Okays the state of alert
    The Bucharest Prefect’s Office decided on Friday morning to declare a state of alert in District 1, in order to solve the garbage crisis, Bucharest prefect Alin Stoica announced on Friday. Thus, the waste will be able to be collected as an emergency matter. The state of alert can be... Read more »

    The Union Journal

  • Tom Barrack To Be Released On The Basis Of A Bond 
    The release of Tom Barrack, one of the equity investors who currently stands accused of lobbying Donald Trump, the former President as well as his close ally, illegally, was announced. The announcement was made by a federal judge based in Los Angeles. The release was ordered on the basis of... Read more »
  • David Buckley Stands Accused Of Attacking Andrew Bakaj 
    David Buckley, the staff director of the select committee of the House, is currently accused of acting against one of the whistleblowers Andrew Bakaj. This incident is said to have taken place when he was the inspector general of the CIA. The newly appointed staff director is currently looking into... Read more »
  • Janet Yellen On The Next Step Of The Treasury Department
    Janet Yellen, the secretary of the treasury department of the United States of America, raised concerns over the economy of the country. She shared it with the US Congress. It was stated that the government was nearing a situation of default. And in order to tackle the problem, her department... Read more »
  • VideoBlockchain will be ‘hugely disruptive’ to the finance industry: Jenny Johnson
    Franklin Templeton President & CEO Jenny Johnson joins ‘Influencers with Andy Serwer’ to discuss cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, and their impact on the financial industry.... Read more »
  • Kay Ivey Blames Unvaccinated People For The Latest Outbreak in 2021.
    Kay Ivey, who is the Republican Governor from Alabama blamed the unvaccinated citizens for the latest outbreak in the coronavirus cases. This comes at a moment where many leaders are failing to motivate people to obtain their vaccinations on time. Kay Ivey called out the unvaccinated people as they were... Read more »
  • Cleveland Guardians: New Name Is Announced (2021)
    The baseball team from Cleveland named the Guardians will begin their upcoming season with more vigor. The previous name had a tinge of racial insensitivity and the management had chosen to abandon its old name. How Cleveland Guardians Revealed Their New Identity Tom Hanks presented the team’s new identity in... Read more »
  • Davante Adams Not Keen To Extend Contract With Packers
    Davante Adams is not keen to extend his contract with the Green Bay Packers. According to reports, both Packers & Adams we’re not interested in an extension. He signed for the Packers in 2017 and continued to be an important member of the squad. However, the stint in all probability... Read more »

    Iran Front Page

  • Iran Beats Poland Volleyball Team in Dramatic Olympic Clash
    In an epic battle, Iran’s National Volleyball Team beat Poland in 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in a match that lasted two and a half hours. The post Iran Beats Poland Volleyball Team in Dramatic Olympic Clash appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Over 10 Million Iranians Vaccinated against Coronavirus: Ministry~
    Iran’s Ministry of Health announced on Saturday that the number of people inoculated against COVID-19 has passed ten million. The post Over 10 Million Iranians Vaccinated against Coronavirus: Ministry~ appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Four Iranian Forces Killed in Clashes with Bandits in Southeast
    Four members of Iran’s armed forces have been killed in clashes with outlaws in southeast of the country. The post Four Iranian Forces Killed in Clashes with Bandits in Southeast appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Tehran Accuses UN Rights Commissioner of Trying to Cause Rift among Iranians
    Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has rejected the “interventionist and politicised” statement of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the recent protests in Khuzestan, accusing her of trying to cause division among Iranian people. The post Tehran Accuses UN Rights Commissioner of Trying to Cause Rift... Read more »
  • Turkish Opposition Vows to Send Back Home Syrian Refugees If He Wins Elections
    The leader of the Turkish opposition says if his party comes to power after the elections in this country, he will send back the Syrian refugees to their country. The post Turkish Opposition Vows to Send Back Home Syrian Refugees If He Wins Elections appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Iran’s Sahand Frigate in St. Petersburg to Attend Russia’s Naval Drills
    The Iranian frigate Sahand has arrived in the Russian port of St. Petersburg to participate in the naval drills of the Russian fleet. The post Iran’s Sahand Frigate in St. Petersburg to Attend Russia’s Naval Drills appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Iranian Nurse Wins Gold Medal, Breaks Olympic Record in Pistol Shooting
    Javad Foroughi, a 41-year-old Iranian nurse who learned shooting at the basemen of the hospital where he worked, made history by breaking the Olympic record and won the first gold medal of Iran's shooting history. The post Iranian Nurse Wins Gold Medal, Breaks Olympic Record in Pistol Shooting appeared first... Read more »


  • He Remembers Woodstock 99 as a Nightmare
    You might expect a story that begins "I was at Woodstock" to take you back half a century. But in a piece for Esquire , Dave Holmes transports readers to the Woodstock of 1999, "the only live music event from which I have been evacuated." His piece coincides with the... Read more »
  • GM Hits Ford With Trademark Infringement Suit
    General Motors has said "not so fast" to Ford's plans to soon add a new hands-free highway driving system to vehicles. The issue is the name, BlueCruise, USA Today reports. GM finds that too close to Super Cruise, its own hands-free technology, and Cruise, the automaker's subsidiary that develops self-driving...... Read more »
  • A Bizarre Truth About the Vehicle You're Driving
    "It just seems like we're in fantasy land." So declares New England auto dealer Abel Toll to the Wall Street Journal . He's referring to his own industry at the moment, which is seeing strange things happen on the sales floor for a variety of reasons. (A worldwide shortage of... Read more »
  • Serial Killer Dies in California Prison
    Rodney Alcala, a convicted serial killer who appeared as a contestant on the Dating Game in the middle of his string of slayings, died Saturday in a California prison. Officials attributed the death of Alcala, 77, to natural causes, the Los Angeles Times reports. He had been on the state's...... Read more »
  • In Age of Extreme Weather, Subways Bear the Brunt
    The scenes are remarkable. People had to wade through waist-deep water in the New York City subway earlier this month. This week in China, floodwater in Zhenghou trapped passengers in subway cars, per CNN . (Read their first-person accounts via the BBC .) The examples aren't as unique as you... Read more »
  • Berlin March Answers Anti-LGBTQ Steps Elsewhere
    Around 65,000 revelers marched for LGBTQ rights at Berlin's annual Christopher Street Day celebration on Saturday, more than three times as many as expected. It was the biggest demonstration in Berlin since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the AP reports. The parade started with a call from Klaus...... Read more »
  • Electric Vehicle Sales Rise Faster Than Overall Market
    With Tesla out front, electric car sales have jumped in 2021, to more than twice that of the first half of last year. At the same time, Wards Intelligence data show total vehicle sales in the US up 29%, the Wall Street Journal reports. The Model Y crossover SUV, which...... Read more »


  • How José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen Plans to Use Jeff Bezos’s $100 Million
    Just a few days before Jeff Bezos launched into space, chef José Andrés got an invite to come and watch the Texas blast-off, along with Nate Mook, the CEO of his hunger and disaster relief organization, World Central Kitchen. From a viewing tower with binoculars, they watched the world’s richest... Read more »
  • Can’t Make It to the Beach? Here’s Where to Find Orange Crushes Around DC
    The Admiral  1 Dupont Cir., NW Bottomless brunch at Dupont Circle’s nautical bar isn’t limited to mimosas and bloody Marys—orange crushes are another free-flowing option. The drink with Ocean City origins is available by the glass or the pitcher in the evenings. Commonwealth Cantina 3911 Georgia Ave., NW  Petworth’s new... Read more »
  • Must-See Sunflower Fields Are Now Blooming in Montgomery County
    Attention flower freaks: Fifty acres of vibrant sunflowers are currently blooming at McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area in Poolesville. The towering flora are now open in their full yellow glory, ready to be the sunny backdrop for your next #hotgirlsummer Instagram. However, time is running out. Once the flowers hit peak... Read more »
  • Meet Elle Mona’e, the “Too Hot to Handle” Star From DC
    The premise of Netflix’s Too Hot to Handle is simple: Round up a group of hot, horny single people, tell them they’re going to be on a dating reality show on an island, and then inform them that they’re not allowed—yikes!—to engage in any sexual contact while they’re participating. The most... Read more »
  • 10 New Restaurants to Try for DC Summer Restaurant Week
    Summer Restaurant Week returns on Monday, August 9 through Sunday, August 15. The promotion, which includes 200-plus restaurants in the greater DC area, is moving out of its pandemic focus on carryout—though you’ll still find some family-style takeout meals and cocktails to-go. Participating restaurants will offer dinner menus for $35... Read more »
  • Cleveland Baseball Team’s New Name Is a Reminder Our NFL Team Still Doesn’t Have One
    After years of controversy and local and national pressure, Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team finally changed its name. The Cleveland Indians are now the Cleveland Guardians, an option chosen from a list of more than 1,100 ideas. The new name was announced this morning with a video narrated by Tom... Read more »
  • Can DC Snag This Year’s Best Restroom Award?
    The bathroom in DC language arts museum Planet Word is a finalist for the 2021 America’s Best Restroom award. The annual competition comes from Cintas Corporation, a corporate uniform, restroom supply, and first aid supplier, which nominated the local loo for its colorful displays of bathroom verbiage in some of... Read more »
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