New York police end Muslim surveillance program
16.04.2014 [14:33]
A special New York Police Department unit that sparked controversy by tracking the daily lives of Muslims in an effort to detect terror threats has been disbanded, police officials said Tuesday
NATO Secretary General to attend European Union Foreign Affairs Council
15.04.2014 [12:11]
The NATO Secretary General, Mr. Anders Fogh Rasmussen will attend the European Union Foreign Affairs Council at the level of Defence Ministers in
Baku to host 2nd Global Shared Societies Forum
15.04.2014 [12:05]
Baku will host the 2nd Global Shared Societies Forum on April 28-29. The event will be organized by the State Committee on work with Diaspora, Nizami Ganjavi International Center and the Club de Madrid in partnership with the World
In 2018 sales of processors for smartphones to reach $30 billion
15.04.2014 [10:12]
Research firm Strategy Analytics estimated market outlook mobile application processors (Application Processor, AP). Among the major trends analysts say growth in demand for 64-bit solutions, increasing the share of chips with LTE-modems and dominance of multi-core products
China police seize thousands of guns, knives
14.04.2014 [15:37]
Police in China have seized a huge cache of weapons, including 15,000 guns and 120,000 knives, from an illegal arms ring and detained 15 suspects, state media reported on Monday. The weapons were confiscated after a four-month investigation, according to the state-run
Macedonia presidential election set for second vote
14.04.2014 [14:34]
Macedonia's presidential election looks set for a run-off vote later this month after preliminary results from Sunday's first round seemed to show the incumbent falling short of outright victory. President Gjorge Ivanov, candidate for the ruling conservative VMRO-DPMNE party, heads
IPCC climate report from Berlin finds UN emissions target not out of reach
14.04.2014 [11:43]
A UN panel believes the world could meet a maximum target for global warming if it significantly cuts annual emissions by 2050. According to a report, however, few nations are doing enough to meet the stated goal. Annual emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases must drop 40-70 percent
Research and Markets: Global Critical Care Market 2013-2019
12.04.2014 [22:16]
Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Parkinson's Disease Therapeutics Market to 2019 - Pipeline Shows Shift Towards Long Term Disease Management" report to their offering. The overall critical
G7 to hold rescheduled summit in Brussels on June 4-5
12.04.2014 [12:59]
Leaders of the Group of Seven industrial powers will meet in Brussels for two days from June 4, the European Council said Friday, after the meeting was moved from Russia due to the crisis in Ukraine
Google puts Glass on sale in the US only one day
12.04.2014 [10:11]
Google will open up its Glass “Explorer Program” for one day only to allow US residents to buy the smartglasses before general release. A limited, but unspecified, number of the Google smartglasses will cost $1,500 plus sales
Internet Domains Top 271 Million
11.04.2014 [22:51]
The Internet continues to grow, as top-level domains including dot-com remain strong. VeriSign released its quarterly Domain Name Industry Brief (DNIB) on April 9, once again
‘Armenian genocide’ bill passes U.S. Senate Committee with 12 votes
11.04.2014 [17:44]
An “Armenian genocide” resolution has passed the U.S. Senate's Foreign Relations Committee on April 10 by bipartisan voice. Bob Menendez, a Democrat from New Jersey who chairs the Foreign Relations Committee
West Colombia human ‘chopping houses’ to be destroyed
11.04.2014 [16:21]
The city of Buenaventura will see the demolition of a number of recently discovered “chopping houses,” used by drug gangs to mutilate their victims’ bodies and make them disappear. The mayor of the seaport of Buenaventura, west Colombia, on Monday ordered the demolition of at least four recently discovered “chopping houses,” in which local...
'Unemployed EU citizens can be expelled'
10.04.2014 [17:02]
Germany has raised the prospect of expelling EU citizens who fail to find work and have no job prospects in the country. A draft report from a government panel, which was released on Wednesday, said that even if they were EU citizens, unemployed foreigners did not have a right to stay under EU law after three months if their job search had no...
Indonesia's biggest opposition party leads in election results, but less than expected
10.04.2014 [15:34]
Indonesia's biggest opposition party came out ahead in early election tallies Thursday, but the showing was far less than expected given the popularity of its pick for president, viewed as the favorite in this summer's presidential race. The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle, or PDI-P, garnered nearly 20 percent of the vote
© Copyright AzerTAc© All Rights Reserved.