June 2014

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Skoda in cea mai buna luna iunie din toate timpurile

Skoda a raportat un nivel de vanzari peste 500 000 de automobile vandute in prima partea a anului 2014, mai precis 522 500 de livrari, o crestere de 12 %, in timp ce luna iunie a fost cea mai buna din istoria marcii Skoda cu peste 94 000 de livrari,…


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Tanning ‘could be addictive’ alert

Hanging out basking in the sun’s heating rays could possibly have addictive characteristics, state scientists in the united states. Their research, released in the journal Cell, revealed that sunlight triggered the creation of endorphins in the skin. The Harvard school of medicine staff noted that their tests on mice revealed…


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{Egypt} United States unlocks military support to Arab Republic of Egypt

The united states has announced it had given $575m (£338m) in military help to Arab Republic of Egypt which had been suspended since the ousting of President Mohammed Morsi last year. The information came as Secretary of State John Kerry went to Cairo just 14 days after previous military leader…


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{Iraq} Rutba latest western city to fall in Isis hands

Sunni militants have taken another city inside Iraq’s western Anbar area – the 4th in 48 hours. Fighters of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isis) captured  Rutba, 150km east of Jordan’s border, officials said. They previously taken a border crossing to Syria and two cities inside western…


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Uruguay squad’s caramel spread seized in Brazil

Brazilian authorities stated that they seized 39kg (86lb) of caramel spread from Uruguay’s soccer team as it came in Brazil for the World Cup. The spread, labeled as dulce de leche, is very popular in Uruguay but the Brazilian government claimed that as it was created with milk, it required…


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Iraq problems: Iraq forces battle over crucial petroleum refinery

Iraqi executive forces are fighting Sunni militants for control over the nations largest oil refinery. A military spokesman stated troops had repelled recurring assaults by the militants, guided by the jihadist Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). Forty attackers died overnight and on Wednesday, he added, denying the…


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Indie labels blocked by Youtube as subscription service started

YouTube will remove music videos by artists such as Adele, Arctic Monkeys and Radiohead, because the independent labels to which they belong have refused to agree terms with the site. Google, which owns YouTube, has been renegotiating contracts as it prepares to launch a music subscription service. A spokesperson for…