Thursday, July 9, 2020
HAARLEM - Artist Willemijn de Lint calls her apartment 'The Sin Suite' on the Gedempte Raamgracht in Haarlem. On the outside, there is little noticeable to see, but inside she has spent years working on one big 'sexy artwork...
Technology company Uber fires two hundred of its 1,500 employees at its international...
In Argentina, there is a lot of talk about the model and presenter Romina Malaspina. The young woman has recently joined the Channel 26 news program as a host, and the moment she explained the situation of the stock...
Mark Rutte said in response to the racism demonstrations "In the Netherlands, too, we experience that people are not judged on their future...
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Bad news for BornBad news from Born: BMW reportedly wants to take part of its production away from VDL. The previously clinched extension of X1 production would be reversed by BMW.Last autumn there was still great news for VDL...
According to Sputnik, US President Donald Trump told Axios that China's sanctions have delayed the persecution of Uighur Muslims so as not to disrupt the lucrative trade with Beijing. https://yastatic.net/pcode/adfox/loader.js
If anyone is unaware of the story, they may think that the Americans are really seeking the rights of the Uighurs, but at the same time a book has been written by former US National Security Adviser John Bolton...
Unknown persons apparently hacked the loudspeaker system of mosques in the western Turkish city of Izmir and sounded the partisan anthem "Bella ciao" from Italy instead of prayer calls. The Turkish public prosecutor is investigating the incident. Source link https://de.sputniknews.com/panorama/20200522327179683-hacker-angriff-in-tuerkeibella-ciao-ertoent-statt-gebetsruf-von-minaretten-ueber-izmir/

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