23 mars 2015

Its sailors were due to disembark the ship

The 4.5-acre (1.8-hectare) warship has been anchored off Stokes Bay because it is too big to dock at Portsmouth's Royal Navy base. Its sailors were due to disembark the ship for shore leave later this week. Portsmouth City Council said the influx of the ship's crew to the city could lead to a boost of about £1.5m for the local economy reenex hong kong . Donna Jones, leader of Portsmouth council said: "This is great news for Portsmouth because it means money spent in local businesses: restaurants, cafes and shops, as well as... [Lire la suite]
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18 mars 2015

A map showing Gao and Bamako in Mali

The Apache helicopter made a forced landing during a military exercise, the UN force in Mali said in a statement.The Dutch armed forces chief, Gen Tom Middendorp, said: "Everything points to this being an accidentReenex?好唔好."The aircraft was from the Minusma mission charged with peacekeeping since Islamist fighters were forced out.One crew member survived the crash but died later of his injuries at a French field hospital, Gen Middendorp told a news conference in The Hague.Gen Middendorp an investigation into the cause of the crash... [Lire la suite]
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13 février 2015

Ben Cook from Nasa's Goddard Institute for Space Studie

These mega-droughts during the 1100s and 1200s persisted for 20, 30, 40, 50 years at a time, and they were droughts that no-one in the history of the United States has ever experienced," said Ben Cook from Nasa's Goddard Institute for Space Studies雄性禿."The droughts that people do know about like the 1930s 'dustbowl' or the 1950s drought or even the ongoing drought in California and the Southwest today - these are all naturally occurring droughts that are expected to last only a few years or perhaps a decade. Imagine instead the... [Lire la suite]
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29 janvier 2015

BBC Future has sifted through the evidence to find out

Yet the apparent benefits of many of the treatments we take for granted today – such as dosing up on vitamins or snorting salt water – evaporate under scrutiny. So what works and what doesn’t? BBC Future has sifted through the evidence to find out.Don’t dose up on vitamin C (but perhaps boost your zinc)(Thinkstock)(Thinkstock)“The first thing that many people will try is to supplement their diet with vitamins C and D,” says Michael Allan at the University of Alberta in Canada, who recently reviewed the evidence for the most popular... [Lire la suite]
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15 décembre 2014

a long-term supporter of constitutional

The Australian government has said it would hold a referendum but has not set a date.Mr Baird said it would take some time "before we convince the entire country" to vote for the change.Prime Minister Tony Abbott, a long-term supporter of constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians, has been speaking to conservative groups who do not want the constitution changed mask house 面膜 好用 .Indigenous Australians are not mentioned in the constitution. In the past few years, there have been discussions about recognising them in a... [Lire la suite]
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04 décembre 2014

A national heroine in Germany.

Tugce Albayrak died on Friday after she was hit on the head and left in a coma outside a McDonald's near Frankfurt.Hundreds of mourners attended a service at a local mosque before she was due to be buried in her home town.A man of 18 remains in custody over the 15 November attack, which shocked Germany.The funeral took place at a mosque in Waechtersbach, attended by Hesse's state Prime Minister Volker Bouffier. The Turkish ambassador was also due to take part in the service.Mr Bouffier spoke of the "horror" of the attack that had made... [Lire la suite]
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25 octobre 2014

Today is the final day of election campaigning in Tunisia

Tunisians all over the country have been watching the standoff between their security forces and the suspected militants with bated breath. These kinds of incidents are disconcerting for many Tunisians.頭皮膚護理According to eyewitnesses at the scene, residents reacted emotionally to the end of the siege - some were crying, others started reciting the national anthem and were seen kissing vehicles that belonged to the security officers involved in the operation.數學補習 Details of what the authorities had suspected the group of doing remain... [Lire la suite]
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09 octobre 2014

Accounts of what happened next differ.

The students, from a teacher college in Ayotzinapa in Guerrero State, had travelled to nearby Iguala to protest against what they perceived as discriminatory hiring practices for teachers.After a day of protests, they wanted to make their way back to their college. Accounts of what happened next differ.海外投資 Members of the student union say they boarded three local buses, but the police says the students seized the buses.In the hours that followed, six people were killed when armed men opened fire on the three buses and that of a local... [Lire la suite]
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29 septembre 2014

cities and localities for centuries.

Astonishingly, the issue arose again at the reunification of East and West Germany in 1990. Across Germany the so-called Brandenburg Beer War fought out in the courts, lasted for 10 years - all over a black beer brewed in the former GDR that contained sugar, something forbidden by the Purity Law.huser的博客 Regional beers, as Harald Scholl describes, are what have defined German towns, cities and localities for centuries.mandger的心理博客"Of course we have a tradition of regional brewing in Germany. When you look to upper Franconia, there you... [Lire la suite]
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25 septembre 2014

The International Crisis Group

The worst-hit countries now face widespread chaos and, potentially, collapse," the International Crisis Group (ICG) said.The world's largest outbreak of Ebola has caused 2,811 deaths so far, mainly in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.Meanwhile, a team of health workers in Guinea has been attacked.The International Federation of the Red Cross said they were collecting bodies believed to be infected with Ebola in western Guinea.Jump media playerMedia player helpAbba Abashi, Liberian-Nigerian student: "My mum caught me crying"One Red... [Lire la suite]
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