Canada just as the Baltic States spends some time comparing its success to that of other countries. Researchers in the North American country sought to evaluate differences in the living standards of its territories and provinces and found that people in Nunavut live like Latvians do.
Following the country’s second indecisive election in half a year, the Spanish King has invited acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to form a government, but part of elected parties have pledged not to support his cabinet.
Authorities in Turkey stated on July 28 that dozens of media outlets would be closed in relation to the attempted coup on July 15.
Following a shoot-out, two men from a group of opposition militants, who have been holding the building of a police station in Yerevan, have surrendered to the police in Armenia.
U.S. computer device firm Apple has this week announced that the sales of its flagship handset iPhone have continued to decrease for the second quarter in a row. The U.S. tech giant sold 40.4 million iPhones in the third quarter of the year, slightly above forecasts of 40.02 million.
The new EU-US data-sending deal - the Privacy Shield, which allows companies to transfer personal data from the EU to the U.S. - will be able to be in place for at least a year, EU member state regulators have stated.
There are ancient mysteries and legends that fascinate the minds of researchers around the world. Not a single researcher has been able to prove or disprove them to this day.
Turkey currently is not ready to become a European Union member state and in case it introduces death penalty accession talks would be stopped immediately, European Commission head Jean Claude-Juncker sated on July 25.
Developers of eScan anti-virus software warn – a new form of vulnerability of Apple OS has been discovered recently. This vulnerability is similar to ‘Stagefright’ exploit found in Android OS last year.
The man, who killed himself and wounded 15 others on July 23 in German by detonating a bomb, had recorded a video expressing loyalty «Islamic state» terrorist group. The group has also claimed it had been involved in the attack.
Latvia and other Baltic states have always fulfilled their commitments towards NATO. With that, there is no reason for panic over Republican Party’s presidential candidate Donald Trump’s statement about the possibility of USA refusing to aid Baltics, notes Latvian ambassador to USA Andris Teikmanis.