Chess Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry on 19 May 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding will be held on Saturday 19 May 2018, Kensington Palace has announced, quoted by BBC. The couple confirmed their engagement last month and said the ceremony would take place at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. The Royal

Chess EU Leaders Agree to Move to Second-Stage Brexit Talks

EU leaders have agreed to move Brexit talks on to the second phase but called for "further clarity" from the UK about its future intentions, according to BBC. Talks will now move on to the long-term relationship between the UK and EU. The first issue to be discus

Chess Police Trade Unions Will Protest Before Christmas

Police trade unions will protest a day before the Christmas holidays on December 22nd, according to the Bulgarian National Television.  The protests will take place at border crossings in the country. The trade unions said they would not block the work of the bor

Chess Six Children are in "Pirogov" Due to Food Poisoning From Chewing Gum

Six children from the 78th Hristo Smirnenski School in Bankya are accommodated in the emergency toxicology office of NJ. Pirogov "because of poisoning with chewing gum. The children are in contact and are on foot, and a series of tests are being carried out, the m

Chess Kosovo’s Bid For Council of Europe Membership in January 2018

 Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister, Enver Hoxhaj, said during Government’s meeting on Friday that during this month or January 2018 at latest, Kosovo will submit its application for membership into the Council of Europe, Gazeta Express reported.According to Hoxhaj,

Chess Greek Gov’t Aims to Speed Up Migrant Returns to Turkey

 In a bid to avert a rerun of the refugee crisis of 2015, when Greece was overwhelmed by a deluge of migrants from Turkey, the government is planning to amend a law governing the process of granting asylum to refugees with a bill expected to go to Parliament next

Chess The US Federal Communications Commission Repealed the Principle of Net Neutrality

In November 2014, Barack Obama expressed his support for transparency of Internet access and respect for network neutrality. February 2015 this principle was laid down in FCC legislation. It obliges internet providers to treat each Internet traffic equally. The ke

Chess Deptartment of Labor Wants to Reverse Rule on Tip Sharing for Restaurant Servers

The Department of Labor recently proposed a reversal of part of its current tip regulations from the Fair Labor Standards Act. Proposed Tip-Pooling Changes Currently, employees who make at least the federal minimum wage in regular hourly pay are ineligible to rece

Chess Japan has Extended Sanctions Against North Korea

The Japanese government approved a new package of unilateral sanctions against North Korea over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile program. According to the Kyodo Agency, this decision was taken at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday. Sanctions refer to 19 other companies a

Chess US Fighters Fired Signaling Missiles to Russian Warplanes

US fighter jets F-22 fired warning missiles after two Russian warplanes Su-25 entered a deescalation zone in the airspace east of the Euphrates River in Syria, a US official said. Two aircraft F-22 were involved in the incident yesterday, and Russian fighters have

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