A large number of traffic accidents that took place in August in Latvia makes one wonder about possible correlation between drivers’ behaviour and the possibility of accidents. Research jointly organized by London School of Economics and Political Science and Goodyear tire manufacturer to look into social psychology on the road has provided multiple types of reactions exhibited by drivers and how they can affect the level of safety on roads.
Eurozone’s seasonally adjusted unemployment level has declined to 10.9% in July, as compared with June’s 11.1%.
The recently hacked AshleyMadison.com cheating website contained confidential information of more than 2,000 user accounts registered in Latvia, as concluded in a report by cert.lv, IT incidents prevention institution.
BNN presents a weekly horoscope for 31st August – 6th September…
Schools will open their doors on 1 September. 31 out of 34 international exchange students will begin their education in Latvia. Youngsters from Italy, Belgium, Germany, Taiwan, Spain, Hungary and Turkey are anxiously preparing for the Knowledge Day, because most of them are not used to spending the first day in school celebrating, dancing and singing.
At IFA 2015 exhibition in Berlin, LG Electronics will present the first ever roll-up wireless pocket keyboard. LG Rolly keyboard (model KBB-700) can be easily rolled up to fit in a pocket, bag or briefcase.
Western Europe's largest stock exchanges on Wednesday, August 26, saw a small rise in indices, after they fell sharply this week under the influence of the almost uncontrolled fall of Chinese stocks.
Kosovo and Serbia on Tuesday, August 25, signed four agreements marking normalisation of relations between Kosovo and Serbia, as well as between Albanians and Serbs inside Kosovo.
In Estonia, more than a fifth of workers having reached the retirement age - 62-63 years – stay in workforce.
Following several nights of violent protests in the country's east German Chancellor Angela Merkel has condemned the protests against granting asylum to migrants, in which a number of policemen have been injured.