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Op deze pagina vind je kranten en nieuwsmedia uit Engeland – Mirror UK, Amerika – Newser, Spanje – EL Pais in English, Iran – Iran Frontpage, Roemenië – Romania Press, Roemenië – Romania Journal, Amerika – Deadstate, Schotland – The Herald, Amerika -NPR, Duitsland – Die Welle, Engeland – Metro UK, Amerika – Washingtonian, Amerika – PR Newswire, Ierland – Irish – Times, The Week, Amerika – The Union Journal en meer.





  • Man Who Killed Man Driving Away Claims Self-Defense
    Terry Turner got up to use the bathroom shortly before 3:40am on Oct. 11 and discovered, he says, someone parked in his driveway. The 65-year-old Texas man ran for his gun and went outside, where, he told police, the car quickly backed up and started driving away as Turner...... Read more »
  • Lost Hiker Did Not Pick Up Calls From Unknown Number
    A lost hiker who spent 24 hours on Colorado's highest mountain ignored repeated phone calls from a search and rescue crew because they came from an unknown number. The unidentified hiker had set out on the 14,440-foot-tall peak on the morning of Oct. 18 but did not return to...... Read more »
  • Psychologist Says He Gave 'Suicide Powder' to 100+ People
    A Dutch psychologist says he helped more than 100 people who wished to die by equipping them with "suicide powder," in an effort to bring attention to the Netherlands' laws on assisted dying. Only a doctor is legally allowed to assist, and only if the person choosing to die is...... Read more »
  • Now, Scrutiny of Another Crew Member on Fatal Baldwin Film
    The assistant director who handed Alec Baldwin the gun that killed a cinematographer last week had been fired from a previous job after a gun went off on a set and wounded a member of the film crew, a producer said Monday. The disclosure emerged as producers of Baldwin's movie...... Read more »
  • Spanx CEO Has a Huge Surprise for Employees
    Spanx is now worth $1.2 billion, and to celebrate the occasion last week, CEO Sara Blakely gave each employee $10,000 and two first-class airplane tickets to anywhere in the world. That's twice the amount of savings, $5,000, she started the shapewear company with in 2000, the Guardian...... Read more »
  • Dave Chappelle Finally Comments on Netflix Controversy
    Dave Chappelle has offered his first public response to the controversy swirling around his Netflix stand-up special, and to say the comedian is unapologetic would be an understatement. "I said what I said," he says in a new video posted to Instagram that, per the BBC , was recorded at... Read more »
  • Princess Mako Marries Commoner, Is No Longer a Princess
    Japanese Princess Mako married a commoner and lost her royal status Tuesday in a union that has split public opinion after a three-year delay caused by a financial dispute involving her new mother-in-law. The marriage document for Mako and Kei Komuro was submitted by a palace official Tuesday morning and...... Read more »




    Iran Front Page

  • US Power Declining; Balance of Power Changing Worldwide: Top Iranian General
    A senior Iranian commander says the United States’ escape from Afghanistan bears testimony to Washington’s diminishing power. The post US Power Declining; Balance of Power Changing Worldwide: Top Iranian General appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Iran’s FM meets Turkmen counterpart
    Iranian and Turkmen Foreign Ministers, Hossein Amir Abdollahian and Rashid Meredov, held talks on Tuesday ahead of Afghanistan summit in Tehran. The post Iran’s FM meets Turkmen counterpart appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Iran’s Imports of Covid Vaccines Top 100mn
    Iran’s Red Crescent Society has delivered its 31st shipment of coronavirus vaccines to the Health Ministry, raising the total doses of jabs it imported to 100 million vaccines. The post Iran’s Imports of Covid Vaccines Top 100mn appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Lebanon judge charges dozens over deadly Beirut clashes
    A Lebanese judge has charged 68 people for the recent fatal unrest in Beirut. Seven people were killed and dozens more wounded in clashes, said to be the worst street violence in years in Lebanon. The post Lebanon judge charges dozens over deadly Beirut clashes appeared first on Iran Front... Read more »
  • IAEA: Iran expanding uranium enrichment
    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported Iran took another step to increase its enrichment activities in purifying uranium beyond 20 percent at Natanz plant. The new activity does not involve keeping the product, according to the IAEA. The post IAEA: Iran expanding uranium enrichment appeared first on Iran Front... Read more »
  • Attack on Iran’s pavilion in Germany book fair foiled
    An Iranian news website reports, German police, along with Frankfurt Book Fair officials, have managed to thwart an attempt by members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terrorist group to attack Iran’s pavilion. The post Attack on Iran’s pavilion in Germany book fair foiled appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »
  • Iran, Iraq Launch Visa Waiver Program
    Iran and Iraq have eliminated visa requirements for visitors travelling between the two countries via air. The post Iran, Iraq Launch Visa Waiver Program appeared first on Iran Front Page.... Read more »




    The Romania Journal

  • 16,765 new Covid infections, 523 deaths in the last 24hrs
    There have been 16,765 new Covid-19 infections reported in Romania in the past 24 hours. At the same time,  the deaths of 532 people infected with SARS-COV-2 have been reported in the past 24 hours, with 12 of them occurring in the previous weeks, according to the Strategic Communication Group.... Read more »
  • Romanian nonagenarian pensioner donates RON 100,000 for the equipment of Sibiu Maternity
    A 90-year-old pensioner from Bucharest made an unprecedented gesture of solidarity, donating 100,000 lei for the program to combat infant mortality.  Save the Children Romania NGO will use the money to equip the Maternity of the Emergency County Clinical Hospital in Sibiu with an ICU Monitor system type NicOne V32,... Read more »
  • Over 1 million people have got vaccinated against COVID-19 in Romania in the past 5 weeks
    Over 6.5 million Romanians have been vaccinated against COVID since the start of the vaccination campaign in Romania, on December 27, 2019, said the coordinator of the vaccination campaign, Valeriu Gheorghiță. Over one million have been vaccinated in the last five weeks, since the pace of the campaign has increased,... Read more »
  • RTPR wins 1 million Euros refund from tax authority (ANAF) for international car parts manufacturer
    After a year of trial, the RTPR tax litigation team convinces Oradea Court of Appeal to oblige the Tax Administration to return the amount of 1 million Euros to an international car parts manufacturer. In this atypical case in the field of intra-group relationships, the main issue was to qualify... Read more »
  • Leonard Orban, Ludovic Orban’s brother, steps down from the presidential aide seat
    Presidential adviser for European Affairs Department, Leonard Orban, Ludovic Orban’s brother has been released from office upon request by President Klaus Iohannis, starting with November 1. According to the Presidential Administration, Leonard Orban wants to to retire. At the same time, the head of state decorated him with the National... Read more »
  • Colosseum Mall to inaugurate expansion project next spring
    Next spring, Colosseum Mall will inaugurate to the general public, the most important commercial development project that has been developed in the recent years in Bucharest. The project has been developed as a result of the constant increase in population and modern retail demand in the sector 1, Northwest area... Read more »
  • 8 Industries That Must Have a Video Marketing Strategy
    Before introducing video marketing for your industry, try to find out how much sense it would make. Will strategies be suitable to get desired results from the marketing plans? The video production team isn’t an expensive inclusion for your business. But you should have the required knowledge to make the... Read more »









    • The Well-Read Black Girl Festival, Folk Art, and a Nerdy Burlesque Class: Things to Do in DC, October 25-27
      Hey y’all! We’ve got a folk art exhibition, a keynote from Gabrielle Union, and a mixer for dog owners. Hear from Gabrielle Union at the Well Read Black Girl Festival this week. Here’s what you should check out this week: Scientific celebration: The month-long Maryland STEM Festival is underway for... Read more »
    • 6 DC-Area Homes with Over-the-Top Halloween Decorations
      Halloween is less than a week away and Washingtonians have been showing off their spooky holiday spirit all over town. We asked readers to submit photos of their favorite outdoor halloween decorations around DC on Instagram. Here, for inspiration, is a roundup of some of our favorites:   View this... Read more »
    • Here’s How to Get a Free Ride Home If You’re Drinking on Halloween
      Halloween is a time for spooky antics, but one scary situation that is never appropriate on the holiday? Drinking and driving. In an effort to keep the roads safe, the Washington Regional Alcohol Program is partnering with Lyft to provide free rides for Halloween imbibers from Saturday, October 30 at 10... Read more »
    • Halloween Is BACK: Celebrate With a Pumpkin Keg
      Halloween kind of sucked last year, right? And this year pretty much stunk as well. But maybe things will turn around on Sunday with our first post-vax Halloween. If you’re hosting, or just bringing something to a friend’s house, try this pumpkin keg as a way to dispense beers. They’re... Read more »
    • Major DC Conservation Group Will Omit Racist “Audubon” From Its Name
      Leading environmental organization Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) will change its name, citing the racist reputation of 19th-century naturalist John James Audubon. The American ornithologist has become an increasingly controversial figure amidst a renewed focus on his role as an enslaver and anti-abolitionist. “It’s very exciting here at ANS. We’ve been... Read more »
    • Burmese Mainstay Mandalay Will Close in Silver Spring on October 31
      Mandalay has been one of the DC area’s very few destinations for Burmese food over the past two decades. Now, the Silver Spring standby, which is currently only serving carryout, will officially close on October 31. Aung Myint, who runs the restaurant with his siblings and parents, says the closure... Read more »
    • 4 Short Questions for the Dude Who Started the Mark Twain Humor Prize
      An investment banker and Democratic fundraiser, Cappy McGarr served twice on the Kennedy Center’s board and, in 1998, co-created its Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. His new book, The Man Who Made Mark Twain Famous, offers stories about his adventures. As somebody who thinks a lot about humor, how’s... Read more »






      The Union Journal

    • Meek Mill Deprived Payment By Label
      Meek Mill was originally named Robert Rihmeek Williams. He was born on 6th May 1987. Mill was born and brought up in Philadelphia. He currently pursues his career as a rapper in America.  Mill has received a lot of praise for his work recently. He is considered to be a... Read more »
    • Dave Chappelle Refuses To Apologize
      Dave Chappelle had recently been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. He has been accused of hurting and insulting the LGBTQ sentiment recently. Chappelle had been a great host all his life. He is regarded as one of the best comedians in recent times. His acting skills are... Read more »
    • Nikola Jokic To Feature In NBA Special Team
      Nikola Jokic is a renowned name in the NBA. He is one of the most talented players in modern times. Jokic is a professional basketball player hailing from Serbia. He was born on the 19th of February 1995. The athlete had a zeal for the sport since his childhood days. ... Read more »
    • Elle Macpherson’s Claims Of Having Aborigine Eyes Lands Her In Controversy
      Supermodel and entrepreneur Elle Macpherson has been rightfully called out after she posted a video on Vogue in which she claimed she had ‘aborigine’ eyes. She is seen applying makeup and claiming that her black eyes are a result of her aborigine ancestry. Elle Macpherson added that her eyes do... Read more »
    • Zalmay Khalilzad: Former US Special Envoy To Afghanistan Questioned On ‘Diplomatic Malpractice’ in US Taliban Deal
      Zalmay Khalilzad had stood his ground and refused to term the US-Taliban deal as a ‘surrender agreement.’ Standing up to the former military and other officials, the special American envoy at the peace talks before the fall of Afghanistan said the deal was inevitable given the ground the Americans were... Read more »
    • Tarek El Moussa Marries Heather Rae Young: ‘Flip Or Flop’ And ‘Selling Sunset’ Stars Get Hitched In Romantic Ceremony
      Tarek El Moussa and his fiancée, Heather Young’s swift romance culminated in a dream wedding in California. The reality show celebrities united in marriage on Saturday with Young sharing a picture of the ceremonial on Instagram to share the news. Young captioned the photos, ‘Mr. and Mrs. El Moussa!’ She... Read more »
    • Dune: Sci-Fi Epic Gives Warner Biggest Opening Weekend Since Pandemic At $40M
      Dune, adapted from Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic, was a strong surprise for Warner opening at $40.1M in the North American market. Given the pandemic situation and the unconventional theatrical debut of the film, it is a respectable beginning. Dune has been playing in 4,125 national theaters. It has also premiered... Read more »



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