Mystery Flood Causes Havoc to Albania National Library
Water from unknown sources has flooded the basement of Albania's National Library, soaking thousands of books - although the director insists that the damage can be repaired.
The Strong Wind Literally Took Roofs of Houses Across the Country
The strong wind literally took roofs of houses, there were slightly damaged citizens from fallen roof tiles. This is what Vratsa Mayor Kalin Kamenov said for strong>FOCUS News Agency.
Japanese Company Plans to Build the Tallest Wooden Skyscraper in the World
A Japanese company plans to build the tallest wooden skyscraper in the world. It will be located in Tokyo.
The company Sumitomo Forestry explains that the building will be 350m high and will have 70 floors. It will have shops, offices, hotels and private homes.
Inhabitants of Lozenets District are Protesting Against the Construction of a 34-Floor Skyscraper
The inhabitants of Lozenets district are protesting against the construction of a 34-floor skyscraper next to their blocks. By project, the building will rise to 120 meters in height and will be ready in the next five years, reported bTV.
Foundations of historic bridge restored
The restoration of a historic 19th century single-arch stone bridge in Arta, northwestern Greece, that collapsed in flooding in February 2015, is progressing apace after the foundations were completed on Tuesday.
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The First 3D Printed Bridge in the World is Now Operational
The Dutch authorities officially unveiled the first cement bridge created with 3D printing. The facility is located in the southeastern town of Gemert and will be used by cyclists, reports AFP.
The French Police have Arrested a Suspected Terrorist in Paris
This night, a man in Paris was arrested, allegedly he prepared to commit an assault, the agencies said.
Ancient furnaces unearthed at 'home of tiles' İznik
The remains of two tile furnaces have been found in archaeological excavations in İznik, known as a historic center of tile production in the northwestern Turkish province of Bursa.
Officials have initiated work to unearth the furnaces, which date back to the 14th and 17th centuries.
Roof of a Hotel in Smolyan Collapsed
Part of the roof of an abandoned communist era hotel in Smolyan collapsed last night. The likely reason is heavy rainfall in the city. According to witnesses initially there was a loud noise and then debris flew from the roof of the Sokolitsa Hotel, bTV reported.
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Record Amount of Heroin Seized at Bulgarian-Romanian Border
The narcotic substance was found in a cargo truck with terracotta tiles delivered to a warehouse in Bulgaria from Iran, according to Standart newspaper, cited by BNR.
The tiles with a total weight of 23 tons travelled from Bulgaria to Holland.
The truck with the terracotta was stopped for a check by the team of the Customs in Lom on the Dunav.