Is PEACE possible between ARMENIA and AZERBAIJAN? – VisualPolitik EN

Download Newsvoice for free:  https://newsvoice.com/visualpolitik   Let’s fix the news. Together If you look a map closely, you will see that Azerbaijan has a strip of land on the east side of Armenia. But within Azerbaijan itself there is another region that is, in fact, controlled by Armenia. As you can imagine, all of this … Read more Is PEACE possible between ARMENIA and AZERBAIJAN? – VisualPolitik EN

Coronavirus: Italy infections jump 50 per cent in 24 hours – as global death toll pass 3,0

The country worst affected by the coronavirus in Europe is Italy where infections have jumped by fifty per cent in 24 hours and 52 people have died. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The death toll worldwide has now surpassed 3,000 , with more than 89,000 infections confirmed. Some of the latest countries to report cases include Azerbaijan, Ecuador, … Read more Coronavirus: Italy infections jump 50 per cent in 24 hours – as global death toll pass 3,0

Turkey Air Force evacuates 42 people from Wuhan amid coronavirus outbreak

The military plane carrying 42 evacuated people from Wuhan arrived safely in Ankara on Saturday, according to the state’s Anadolu Agency. Footage shows medical and airport personnel wearing protective suits and masks preparing for the arrival of the military plane. Passengers could also be seen clapping inside the plane before ambulances brought them to a … Read more Turkey Air Force evacuates 42 people from Wuhan amid coronavirus outbreak

Oil Must Not Cloud the Nobel Prize Winner’s Judgement

Today the Nobel Peace Prize is being awarded to the EU. The prize of SEK 8 million originates from Alfred Nobel’s fortune, part of which was amassed from the Nobel brothers’ oil dealings in Azerbaijan over 100 years ago. While the prize is being awarded in Oslo, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt will be in … Read more Oil Must Not Cloud the Nobel Prize Winner’s Judgement

Qatar Places Bid to Host 2020 Olympics

After a successful bid to host the 2022 World Cup football tournament, Qatar has also thrown its hat into the ring for the 2020 Olympics as it repositions its economy to become a tourist destination. HH the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani took part in Qatar’s National Sports Day on 15th February 2012, … Read more Qatar Places Bid to Host 2020 Olympics

Eastern European Representation on UN Security Council Remains Undecided

Guatemala, Morocco, Pakistan and Togo will take their seats as non-permanent members of the UN Security Council in 2012-2013. However, the fifth seat for Eastern Europe remains unfilled as more rounds of voting are required to produce a members with a two-thirds majority of those present and voting. In the latest ninth round for regional … Read more Eastern European Representation on UN Security Council Remains Undecided

UEFA Euro 2012 Qualification – Fixtures, Tuesday 6 September 2011

Another slew of UEFA Euro 2012 fixtures are scheduled to take place on the evening of Tuesday 6th September 2011, as 46 nations look to get three points closer to the tournament, which takes place in Poland and Ukraine in the summer of 2012. Of particular interest are the matches between England and Wales, at … Read more UEFA Euro 2012 Qualification – Fixtures, Tuesday 6 September 2011

Azerbaijan Wins Eurovision Song Contest with “Running Scared”

Azerbaijan has been crowned the victorious nation at the 56th Eurovision Song Contest in Dusseldorf, Germany. The 2011 Eurovision Song Contest was claimed by Ell and Nikki, who won the competition with “Running Scared” – a rock ballad duet performed against a curtain of falling sparks and a team of dancers clad in white. Eldar … Read more Azerbaijan Wins Eurovision Song Contest with “Running Scared”

Football: International Friendly Fixtures, Wednesday 9 February 2011

52 national football teams are in action on the evening of Wednesday 9th February 2011, as a full fixture list of 26 international matches are scheduled to take place. Some notable friendly matches include the following: Croatia v Czech Republic; Denmark v England. Perhaps the biggest matches tonight are those at the bottom of the … Read more Football: International Friendly Fixtures, Wednesday 9 February 2011

Israel: 15,000 Flee Mount Carmel Forest Fire

Benjamin Netanyahu made this statement following the outbreak of a large and deadly forest fire in Northern Israel: “We have just heard a briefing by the professional elements and the responsible ministers.  I would like to thank Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch, who is in command on behalf of the Government, for all of the … Read more Israel: 15,000 Flee Mount Carmel Forest Fire

Football: International Results for Wednesday 17th November 2010

Nearly 100 teams took part in football internationals around the world yesterday evening, Wednesday 17th November 2010. Argentina met their old rivals Brazil with both sides having changed their management following below par World Cup efforts. Argentina, via Lionel Messi, got the best of their friendly encounter with the only goal of Argentina’s 1-0 victory … Read more Football: International Results for Wednesday 17th November 2010

Football: International Fixtures for Wednesday 17th November 2010

48 International football matches are scheduled to take place on Wednesday 17th November 2010, including several teams who reached the latter stages of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. In a return to an old rivalry, neighbours England and France will meet at Wembley, where their friendly match is scheduled to kick-off at 8pm GMT. Romania … Read more Football: International Fixtures for Wednesday 17th November 2010

Norway Wins Eurovision 2009 in Moskva

“Fairytale” by Alexander Rybak won the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with a violin-folk piece he had written himself. The Norwegian was actually born in Minsk, Belarus before growing up near Oslo. Rybak was a runaway success hotly tipped before the competition even began. He has previously performed in a stage production of “Fiddler on the … Read more Norway Wins Eurovision 2009 in Moskva