Date archive forFebruary, 2019
Hartlauer On Amazon
By Emma Enzo On Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

Hartlauer: “Amazon Is A Greedy Trading Company”

The electronics retailer Hartlauer wants to offer Amazon Paroli and equips IT and online. The owner-managed electronics retailer Hartlauer will exchange its entire IT system this year and expand its online business. More...

Mediator Between US and EU
By Leon Fischer On Thursday, February 21st, 2019

Trump Relies On Kurz As A Mediator In The Dispute With EU

Hard fronts, but good chemistry: Trump threatens but seeks the basis of discussion with Europe. It was a tough fight, just as Donald Trump likes to guess. Sebastian Kurz experienced the President of the United More...

Raging Up In Kashmir
By Emma Enzo On Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

The Conflict In Kashmir Is Raging Up Again

The attack of a terrorist militia on Indian military convoy intensified tensions between arch rivals in the province. In India, the election campaign for the parliamentary elections, which will drag on the subcontinent More...

St. Petersburg University
By Leon Fischer On Sunday, February 17th, 2019

The Building Of St. Petersburg University Collapse

Several floors collapsed in the late afternoon for¬†unknown reasons. 90 people were saved, according to findings, no fatalities were reported. During the classes, parts of a university building in the Russian city More...

A380 Superjumbo
By Emma Enzo On Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Production Of The A380 Superjumbo To Be Stopped

With the world’s largest aircraft Airbus wanting to challenge its US competitors. But the demand of the airlines goes now completely elsewhere. The European Airbus Group announced on Thursday to stop production More...

Tourist Arrested In Myanmar
By Leon Fischer On Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

Tourist Arrested In Myanmar

In Myanmar, aerial photographs of government buildings are prohibited by law. A French tourist has been arrested for filming from a drone over Myanmar’s capital, Naypyidaw. The 27-year-old man from Clermont-Ferrand More...

Dinosaur With Huge Spines
By Leon Fischer On Sunday, February 10th, 2019

Argentina: Dinosaur Discovered With Huge Spines

Should the spikes fend off predators, regulate body temperature or invite to sex? Paleontologists are at odds. A meter-long neck, huge spines, herbivores, Argentines: The paleontologist Pablo Gallina and his team More...

Playground Alps
By Emma Enzo On Sunday, February 3rd, 2019

Playground Alps: Demands Of Winter Guests Change

FurffSie not only romp around on the slopes, but increasingly wander through the snow. On winter weekends, the forest slopes of the Innsbruck Nordkette are like a meeting zone. As walkers meet on the snowy paths More...