Thursday, July 16, 2015

Программа "Энергетика" от 16 июля 2015 года

Россия в цифрах. Россияне об Арктике

Подготовка к "Гонке Героев" — День 4

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‘Bewaar niet alles in je telefoon!’

Vakantiegangers in paniek weten de alarmcentrale van de ANWB ook dit jaar weer goed te vinden. De grootste problemen doen zich tegenwoordig voor met mobiele telefoons. Zorg dat u niet de volgende beller bent...

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via De Telegraaf

Kittens gedumpt in verhuisdoos

Twee nestjes jonge kittens zijn op brute wijze ergens achtergelaten in Den Haag. Een oplettende voorbijganger hoorde gekrijs en wist de poezen te redden.

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via De Telegraaf

What happened to flight MH17?

CNN's Rene Marsh has new details about what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Sources say an upcoming report blames pro-Russian rebels for shooting down the plane.

INC News,16/07/2015 - via CNN

Greece Approves Bailout amid Violent Protests

Greek lawmakers voted "yes" Thursday on an economic package that paves the way for assistance from the E.U. German stock market responded well to the vote, but some Greek citizens are not happy with the move.

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via CBN News

Aboriginal food truck feeds the Pan Am Games

The CBC's Heather Hiscox checks out a food truck delivering free tasty treats to the Pan Am Games.

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via CBC News

Why is Pluto not a planet? BBC News

Pluto lost its status as a planet in 2006 but its reclassification as a "dwarf" world actually puts it into an exciting new category.
Dr Marek Kukula, the Public Astronomer at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, charts the history of the diminutive object that orbits some five billion kilometres from the Sun.

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via BBC News

Argentina's passion for the printed word

Books, bookshops, readers and writers are an intrinsic part of the Buenos Aires landscape, surviving the test of time and the advance of new technology. Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires.

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via AL JAZEERA

Afghanistan rolls out its first solar-powered car

Afghanistan's first ever solar-powered car has hit the country's roads. The engineer who made it is hoping to have the cars mass produced for ordinary Afghans. Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul in Afghanistan.

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via Al Jazeera

Police Investigating if Suspect in 'Gone Girl' Kidnapping Case Is Involv...

Attorney for suspect Matthew Mueller says his client suffers from bi-polar disorder.

INC News, 16/07/2015 - via AP News