The Building Of St. Petersburg University Collapse

St. Petersburg University

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 of St. Petersburg collapsed on Saturday. Dozens of students and employees were inside, said the civil defense of the Baltic metropolis. More...

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

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According to a report by the newspaper, about 900 jobs are lost in over all because closing of medicines agency EMA. About two months before the planned Brexit, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has closed its More...

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By Leon Fischer On Monday, January 14th, 2019

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Once again, within a day, fresh snow fell to a meter in places, while in Tyrol and Vorarlberg the highest warning level applies again. In Lower Austria, the Hochkar was closed again, in Styria the avalanche danger More...

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By Leon Fischer On Sunday, January 6th, 2019

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Protests by the French “yellow vests” movement in Paris again led to clashes with the police on Saturday. From the ranks of the first peacefully marching “yellow vests” near the city hall More...

Romania Attacks EU
By Emma Enzo On Monday, December 17th, 2018

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sir paul mccartney
By Emma Enzo On Thursday, December 6th, 2018

Beatles Flair New Hits: Sir Paul McCartney Says “Servus Wien”

On Wednesday evening, there was the first of two sold-out concerts in the Stadthalle. Even in the late adolescent age of 76 years, Sir Paul McCartney shows no inclination to retire. On Wednesday evening he played More...

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Policemen who had been called to a house in Sieggraben in Burgenland have found something really terrible. In the living room of the remote building, the investigators discovered a heavily decayed corpse. Although More...

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