July 2015

UFO watchers are in a tizz over the discovery of an ancient skeleton with an elongated skull that resembles an ALIEN. The humanoid skeleton was unearthed from a site known as Russia?s Stonehenge and it is being heralded as proof that aliens visited Earth thousands of years ago. Researcher Maria Makurova told Russian news agency […]

July 30th, 2015 3:54pm Posted In: Recent News, News By Country, More Countries, Egypt PA Resources submitted an updated Zarat Field Plan of Development to the Tunisian authorities, proposing a two-phase development, with the first oil expected in 2020 and the second phase meant to double the capacity of the production facilities.  ?The proposed development […]

Novak Djokovic, the number-one ranked tennis player in the world defeated Roger Federer in an epic Wimbledon final on Sunday ? but he nearly didn?t get there at all. A diet change made it possible. Source: Wimbledon Winner Novak  Djokovic?s Diet Secret for Success Any skeptical person worth a salt will recognize and laugh at […]

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has said that he will raise with other EU leaders the question of compensation for countries negatively affected by Russian counter-sanctions, saying that his had lost 80 million euro because of Moscow?s embargo on agricultural produce. He said that should a planned European Council meeting on July 12 ? called […]

The worst scenario of the BiH police regarding the visit of Serb prime minister Aleksandar Vucic to Srebrenica commemoration came true when a group of participants threw stones at him and forced the Serb delegation to leave Potocari cemetery in a hurry. Vucic?s arrival in Srebrenica was welcomed by many local and international officials, but […]

A warning has been issued to residents in an Irvine neighborhood where there has been a growing number of coyote attacks on children. Source: Irvine child?s coyote attack 4th in last two months | abc7.com A coyote attacked a 3-year-old girl at Silverado Park near Silverado and Equinox in May. Since then, there have been […]

July 10th, 2015 2:24pm Posted In: Energy Security & Supply, Recent News, News By Country, Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) , Azerbaijan, Bulgaria The European Commission confirmed that Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) and interconnectors to and from Bulgaria are its top priorities to diversify supply sources. Against this backdrop, investments in the pipeline to bring Azeri gas to […]

Amid the sounds of buskers playing Greek folk music, thousands of tourists wander among the ruins of the Acropolis that looms over Athens ? walking in the foundations of Western civilization. Meanwhile, a short boat ride away lie hundreds of idyllic islands bathed in the Mediterranean sun. Between this and the rich and bountiful cuisine, […]

July 09th, 2015 10:52pm Posted In: Press Notes The European Union does not need a new Nord Stream gas pipeline that Russia’s gas behemoth Gazprom is planning to build, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevi?ius said, adding that the project will do great harm to Ukraine. “First of all, the European Union does not need it […]

July 10th, 2015 12:10am Posted In: LNG, News By Country, More Countries, Israel, Featured Articles The extremely fast rise of the energy industry in Israel created a mismatch between the regulatory framework and the companies? requirements to cope with unprecedented complexities, which are not just geopolitical but also financial in nature. The Israeli government, which is […]

Bulgarian exports to ?third countries? ? meaning non-EU countries ? were 10.4 per cent higher in January to May 2015 than in the first five months of 2014, the National Statistical Institute said on July 10, citing preliminary figures. In the period January ? May 2015, Bulgarian exports to third countries increased amounted to 6.8 […]

In Terminator Genisys, the fifth installment in the franchise best known for the immortal lines ?I?ll be back? and ?Hasta la vista, baby,? former heroes are vilified, and time does back flips like an Escher staircase to mold this work that had its work cut our for it to keep us interested all these years […]

Russia has vetoed a draft U.N. resolution condemning the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica during the Bosnian war as an act of genocide. The U.N. Security Council vote was 10-1. Four Security Council members, Angola, China, Nigeria and Venezuela, abstained. British Ambassador Peter Wilson says his country was outraged by Russia?s veto. ?Russia?s actions tarnishes the […]

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