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18:22 | 0 | Emg.rs
Even the buildings in Tokyo, which is 750 kilometers away from the epicenter, were shaking, and due to the depth of the epicenter (480 kilometers) Japan meteorological agency said there was no damage on tsunami.
19:39 | 0 | Tanjug
A few hundred people fled Indonesian city Yogyakarta because of the muddy sludge that is sliding down the slopes of Mount Merapi, where one of the most dangerous Indonesia’s volcanoes is situated.
05:58 | 0 | Tanjug
Heavy snow in the south of Germany caused chaos at the Munich airport which is second-biggest in the country, on Monday morning, when at least 30 morning flights were cancelled.
06:01 | 0 | Tanjug
Brazilian police have seized 40 tons of marijuana, 150 kilograms of cocaine and a large amount of weapons and ammunition in an action against drug gangs in one of major drug traffickers’ strongholds in Rio de Janeiro, police officials said.
06:54 | 0 | VoA
Senior officials from Washington to Australia to Pakistan are responding with alarm to the latest release of thousands of classified U.S. documents by the online whistleblowing group WikiLeaks. But some officials are looking at the uncensored view of America's diplomatic corps
07:37 07:42 | 0 | Emg.rs
The European Commission's autumn forecast foresees a continuation of the economic recovery currently underway in the EU. GDP is projected to grow by around 1¾% in 2010-11 and by around 2% in 2012.A better than expected performance so far this year underpins the significant
07:18 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
The release of Wikileaks documents have not so far revealed facts and analyses unknown.However, some of the extracts provide useful information about the way U.S. diplomacy reflects on Turkey and its new foreign policy.