2 million pilgrims gather in Mecca

08/29/2013 10:57 AMAdded to District


More than two million Muslim pilgrims now make the traditional pilgrimage and rituals of the great Haj. From the early Muslims, dressed in ceremonial white robes - ikrami will gather in the holy city of Mecca and will tour seven times the sacred Kaaba stone.

On the island again lost data

08/27/2013 09:52 PMAdded to Media


British authorities again lost personal data, PA. It's about more than 3 million Britons who have attended driving school. The British government has incurred on November 21, sharp criticism and accusations of incompetence from the public and the opposition after it became clear that disappeared two computer discs containing personal data on 25 million

Thieves stole a painting from the Picasso museum in Brazil

08/26/2013 10:32 AMAdded to District


Thieves penetrated at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sao Paulo and stole two paintings, one of which is the famous painter Pablo Picasso. Abducted work was painted in 1904 and is estimated to 50 million

Read Hadji to Mecca

08/22/2013 07:30 PMAdded to Labor


Two and a half million Muslim pilgrims attended the second day of the ritual of throwing stones at Satan, which traditionally takes place during the Haj, said Tuesday. Pilgrims throw seven stones against three concrete pillars with a height of 25 meters in the valley of Mina near the holy city of Mecca.

Kitayche nine, became a student of mathematics

08/21/2013 01:09 PMAdded to Media


Shen Shitszyun nine years old became the youngest student in the Mathematics of the Chinese Baptist University in Hong Kong Administrative Region, Xinhua news agency reported. According to the information the agency Shitszyun Shen became the first in Chinese history student who attended university at such a young age.

Polish border plates go on auction

08/20/2013 11:57 AMAdded to Recalls


Polish border barriers and signs, become redundant connection of Warsaw to the Schengen zone will be offered at auction for refugees, said the newspaper "Gazeta Wyborcza" quoted by AFP. The minimum price of an object is 300 Polish zloty (83 euros). The auction, organized by "Gazeta Wyborcza" and the Polish Humanitarian Organization, will be held from 27 to 31 December of specialized web site allegro.

Tony Blair became a Catholic

08/19/2013 10:29 AMAdded to Recalls


Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who belonged to religious Anglican Church on Friday evening adopted the Catholic faith. The information was confirmed by the official representative of Tony Blair. But he stressed that the decision ekspremierat took "full personal".

In Ecuador volcano erupts Tunguraua

08/18/2013 01:28 PMAdded to Media


Over 1,300 people were evacuated after Ecuador volcano intensified Tunguraua AFP. Tunguraua eruption in southern Ecuador will continue to intensify in the coming days. It is a river of lava to reach the town of BaƱos, which has 15,000 inhabitants.

The island and lost postal items

08/17/2013 07:35 PMAdded to Recalls


Customers from all over the UK can remain without gifts for Christmas, after it became clear that more than 2 million letters and parcels were lost or delivery has been delayed, AFP reported. This is due to the fact that the British royal is overwhelmed by the boom in online shopping, where they purchased goods worth 10 Myrdal.

Children from 80 countries wrote to Santa Claus

08/16/2013 03:37 PMAdded to Labor


A record number of letters were received this year, the German postal address of Santa Claus, as in many countries around the world called Santa Claus, BNR reported, citing the DPA are. . Approximately 280,000 letters from children around the world were received this year a post office in town Himelpfort 80 km north of Berlin.

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