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Video Adds Weight to North Macedonia ‘Extortion Scandal’

A video published by the online edition of the Italian Newspaper La Verita on Thursday has cast dramatic new light on the so-called extortion scandal that has implicated North Macedonia's chief Special Prosecutor, Katica Janeva, and dealt a blow to the credibility of this crime-busting institution.

Thousands of Textile Products with the Logo of Famous Brands were Detained аt Kapitan Andreevo

Customs officers of the Kapitan Andreevo Customs Post have seized on 07.10.2017 16,823 textile products, 258 pairs of shoes, 283 bags, suspected of having been manufactured in violation of intellectual property rights, the Customs Agency reported.

The goods were shipped with a Polish-registered lorry which traveled from Turkey to Poland.

Thai court charges disgraced 'jet-set monk' with rape

A Thai court charged a disgraced former monk on July 20 with the rape of an underage girl, fraud and money laundering, after he was extradited from the United States.

Thailand is an overwhelmingly Buddhist nation with around 300,000 men in orange robes, but the clergy are beset by high-profile scandals.

We need to teach people - empower them to use technology and build a new type of economy

Through technology trend forecasts, analysis and idea exchange on thriving in the new economy Rudy de  Waele has helped diverse global brands such BMW, IBM, Coca-Cola, Google, Intel, Louis Vuitton, Orange, PayPal, Samsung, Telefonica, Vodafone and the World Bank. 

Science debunked! Time travel possible! Celebrity photos prove it! (photos)

Finally, after years of covering up the truth is has been proven that traveling in time is possible! The following photos of celebrities prove it! Brace yourselves for the time-warp machine, or Doctor Who’s red London telephone booth!


1. Zach Galifianakis – Louis Vuitton

Turkey home to 100,000 millionaires

Turkey now boasts more than 100,000 millionaires, making it the Middle East's top country for the wealthy, according to an expert on high net worth individuals.

Andrew Amoils of the London-based New World Wealth predicted that Turkey would see a 60 percent increase in the number of millionaires living in the country by 2025.