Yesterday TheSun posted that their investigator passed from Turkey to Paris without his passport examined by anyone. Today, Croatian police announced a scan of his passport with the data when he was recorded. Croatian border police registered Emile Pierre Ghessen 11/23/2015 at 14:10 (2:10pm) at the railway border crossing Tovarnik when entering the Republic of Croatia.and than 11/24/2015 at 17:20(5:20pm) hours recorded at the airport border crossing Zagreb (airport Pleso) [ Read More ]
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How can an IT professional be evaluated? What are the parameters to segregate the cream out of the ordinary pool of employees? Do certifications really elevate the chances of getting a top shot job? An IT professional or a newbie unexplored technical freelancer would often rise up these questions to the makers and evaluators of the skills around in IT market and seek answer unfailingly. It certifications have become the [ Read More ]
Aerobics is a great way to make you stay in shape and relieve you of all tensions. The best thing about aerobics is that it is a much more fun form of exercise than conventional exercises, yoga and using gym equipment. This is because it combines music, dance and a routine exercise that boosts your energy, and can be very helpful in burning calories as well as staying in shape. [ Read More ]
The world of sport is filled with great athletes. Many people who watch professional sports choose specific athletes to root for based on certain attributes. Whether the athlete helps their team to victory, excels individually, or is just a good person, there are many reasons to root for an athlete. Looking closely at women’s tennis, then, it’s difficult not to notice the rising star that is Donna Vekic, the sixteen [ Read More ]
As we all suspected, the dawn of 2012 has seen a massive surge in conspiraloons wasting fresh air by expounding their bizarre theories across the Internet. They get better and better, and with the prospect of the end of the world approaching, it’s a veritable smorgasbord of lunacy out there right now. We love a good conspiracy theory and in our weaker moments do wonder if there is a grain [ Read More ]
German scientists announced on Monday they believe they have discovered sunken islands in the Caribbean Ocean following a deep sea expedition in April. During their six weeks in the waters north of Venezuela and west of the Antilles, the experts from the University of Greifswald analysed rock samples from depths of more than 1,000 metres.
From comments on articles on our site: Helping other children of this generation promises your own children a better future. Haiti & Chile earthquake survivors require help. The Salvation Army & Dr. Todd Cowle require help. Donate Directly via Google… http://www.google.com/relief/chileearthquake/ More info: http://www.amnesty.org http://www.redcross.org
Some 5,200 Australians posed naked in front of the Sydney Opera House on Monday for a photo shoot by New York-based artist Spencer Tunick for another signature installation of nudes against urban backdrops. A section of the 5,200 participants taking part in the nude installation by artist Spencer Tunick poses on the front steps of the Sydney Opera House on Monday. On a chilly, overcast, first day of autumn, the [ Read More ]
Walter Fredrick Morrison, the man who invented the Frisbee – the simple plastic disc that became a billion-dollar craze and a symbol of misspent youth on beaches, parks, and university campuses all over the world – has died February 9, 2010, at the age of ninety. His simple sports innovation – a plastic, aerodynamic disc – has become one of the most popular toys in American history, uniting beachgoers, college [ Read More ]
Dubai Metro has served 10.000.000 passengers since it was launched The Red Line with 10 stations last September, according to latest statistics compiled by Rail Agency of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). New seven of the remaining 18 incomplete Metro stations will be finished by April 25, according to the RTA.