Chess Five People Were Killed in a Plane Crash in Ukraine

An An-12 cargo plane from Vigo, Spain to Lviv was forced to make an emergency landing due to a fuel shortage near an Ukrainian airport. 5 people were killed. There were 8 people aboard the aircraft - 7 crew and one employee accompanying the cargo. According to pre

Chess Today Is the World Animal Day!

Today we celebrate World Animal Day. It is celebrated on St. Francis Day, the patron saint of animals and the environment. The decision to mark the World Animal Day today was taken in 1931 at the International Congress of Proponents of the Movement for Nature Cons

Chess Facebook Has Removed Hundreds of Accounts, Pages and Groups

The social network Facebook has announced that it has removed a total of 280 accounts, 149 pages and 43 groups, as well as 121 Instagram accounts in the UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and Indonesia, Reuters reported. The network, which owns Instagram and WhatsApp, said the a

Chess Four Police Officers Were Killed in a Paris Knife Attack

Four police officers were killed with a knife inside police headquarters in Paris. The attacker was their colleague, who was later shot dead. The version of personal conflict is being investigated, police sources say. The attacker was killed in the courtyard of th

Chess USA to Sell 150 Antitank Missiles to Ukraine

The US Department of State has approved the sale of 150 Javelin missiles and related equipment for up to $ 39.2 million to Ukraine, BTA reported. The antitank missiles were mentioned in a telephone conversation between US President Donald Trump and his Ukraine's c

Chess BP chief executive Bob Dudley to step down 

Upstream boss Bernard Looney will take over in February

Chess Indonesia Won’t Ban Tourists from Accessing the Komodo Islands

Tourists in Indonesia will continue to enjoy the beauty of one of the most popular islands - Komodo. Jakarta authorities have canceled plans to ban tourists’ access to the island by 2020. The county’s maritime affairs minister, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said tha

Chess Vladimir Putin Has Criticized Greta Thunberg for Being "Poorly Informed"

Russian President Vladimir Putin has criticized Greta Thunberg for being "poorly informed" and not understanding the totality of climate problems. During an energy forum in Moscow, the Russian president hinted that the 16-year-old climate change activist had been m

Chess An Earthquake Registered near Plovdiv Tonight

An earthquake with a 2.4 magnitude on the Richter scale was registered this night near Plovdiv. The quake occurred  at 00:42 am and was at a depth of 16 km, according to the Seismological Institute of BAS. Source

Chess BP chief executive Bob Dudley to step down

Upstream boss Bernard Looney will take over in February

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