1. Dutch Shooting
At least three people are dead and five injured after shooting in a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht. Police arrested a 37-year-old man born in Turkey, and they have not ruled out terrorism. Shooting unfolded after the world was still on the edge of the Christchurch attack last week and the Dutch authorities upgraded the terrorist threat rating in Utrecht to its highest level – level 5 – for several hours while the police were looking for the suspect. Turkish Foreign Ministry publishes a statement saying the country is "in full solidarity" with the Dutch government, regardless of the shooter's motive.
2. Cyclone Iday
A powerful cyclone that was tearing through parts of South East Africa over the weekend, and now we just imagine the devastation and dangers ahead. Officials of the aid agency say Cyclone Iday has destroyed 90% of the city of Beira in Mozambique, where about 500,000 people live. At least 84 people have died, but Mozambique's president Philippe Newsey said he has reason to believe that the number of victims will rise to more than 1
,000. If that turns out to be true, Iday will be the deadliest recorded cyclone that will ever hit the region. Cyclone also tears parts of neighboring Zimbabwe and Malawi. In addition to floods and damage, the storm has left some roads impassable, and some communities are detached from the aid, making rescue and recovery a difficult and dangerous task.
3. Student Loans
The Trump Administration wants to set a student loan credit ceiling in an effort to update the Higher Education Act and discourage colleges from increasing the cost of credit. Currently, students can borrow $ 57,500 from the government throughout their lives, but students and students have no limit on how much they can borrow. The administration has also proposed simplifying student loan repayment and expanding the Pell Grant program for low-income students enrolled in short-term vocational training programs. This was the first time the White House outlined its priorities for updating the law on higher education, which was last re-approved in 2008
4. Scandal in the Hairdressing Salon
Some Democrats want a new FBI investigation into the ties between President Trump and the former owner of the spa, where the owner of the patriots Robert Kraft claims to have sought prostitution. Cindy Young sold this spa in 2013, but her family still has several other spas in the area. What does this have to do with Trump? According to reports and photos published in the social media, Yang is a frequent guest of the president. In February, he watched the Super Bowl with him, visited Mar-a-Lago several times, and was photographed alongside Trump's great collaborators, including two of his sons and Kelian Conway. Democrats want to know if Yang wanted to unlawfully bind his relationship with the president by selling access to Chinese clients. According to their request, Yang once used his website to offer "an opportunity to interact with the president"
Bad news about MySpace enthusiasts: The former music-sharing platform of giant social media says it has lost 12 years of music, photos and video files. The company claims that the problem of "server migration" has resulted in massive deletion, which may have erased any content uploaded between 2003 and 2015. the platform has enjoyed a few years as a music sharing site before being swallowed by Facebook. Some great musical acts such as Calvin Harris and Arctic Monkeys were discovered during the musical rise of MySpace. The mass erasure, said an expert, could reach 50 million songs by more than 14 million artists.
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A Chinese buyer is looking for $ 1.4 million for a racing pigeon named Armando
That is, it's the richest phrase we've ever read.
Space Flight Activates Herpes at Astronauts
Wow, restarting Star Trek is really strange.
Hilton Hotels recycles old soaps and turns them into new
The chain says soap will be "disinfected" first but still deeply disturbing news about the Germans.
The size that President Trump has recently donated to the Department of Homeland Security, according to one of his tweets. Since his inauguration, Trump has donated his $ 400,000 annual salary to federal agencies and efforts. "The chosen representatives of America have the duty to regulate who enters and when." In response to this responsibility, it helps to remember that the American history of immigrants has made us who we are, politics, can we never to forget that immigration is a blessing and strength. "
Former President George W. Bush
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