Chess The New Rules for Electric Scooters Are Ready

The rules for electric scooters are ready. They will be equivalent to bicycles - they will be able to cycle on bike lanes or on streets that have a speed limit of up to 50 km / h. All people aged over 16 will be legally able to drive the electric scooters. Childre

Chess Grigor Dimitrov Will Play in Stockholm on October 14

The tournament starts on October 14th., reported NOVA TV.  The best Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov was invited to the Stockholm Open. After Grisho defeated Roger Federer and showed incredible form, invitations to the World Ranking Tournaments increased a

Chess New York’s Tallest Apartment Building

The cheapest apartment in a 472-meter skyscraper costs $ 6.9 million. Americans represented the tallest apartment building in the world. The 472-meter tower is located in Manhattan, New York. Construction workers are still installing its glass panels, but the med

Chess There Will be New Parliamentary Elections in Spain on November 10th

Spain holds parliamentary elections on November 10th. Spanish Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez failed to get enough support in parliament to become prime minister again. On the other side, King Felipe VI announced that he would not be proposing another prime minist

Chess It Will Be Mostly Sunny Today, Isolated Showers Are Possible in the Mountains

It will be mostly sunny today but clouds will begin to increase from the north-northwest, and in the evening, isolated showers are possible, mainly in the mountains, the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) told Focus News Agency. There will be

Chess Asia looks to diversify after attacks on Saudi oil production

Region has limited supplies making it vulnerable to oil price shocks

Chess Leading countries blocked from speaking at UN climate summit

Secretary-general takes tough line on select coal-supporting nations

Chess Vitol forms gas trading venture with Mozambique

Chess Saudi seeks to reassure on oil supplies after attack

Brent falls sharply following minister’s optimistic reports on restoring output

Chess 51% of Americans Handle Work Calls – and More – In the Bathroom

A new study finds (51%) of Americans read, answer work calls and/or emails in the bathroom on their cell phones. Another large group of respondents (48%) spend an hour a day or more checking them for work related reasons. Statistics for Cell Phone Use at Work Scot

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