Turkish media report that the three terrorists, who committed the tragic attack at Istanbul airport on June 28, were from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
BALTA Insurance Association has received an insurance claim from a Latvian citizen who received light injuries in the recent terrorist attack at Istanbul airport. BALTA has contacted the man and has provided the necessary assistance.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the embargo on imports of agricultural products imposed against the European Union and other countries that have established sanctions against Russia for its aggression in Ukraine to be extended until the end of 2017.
Indices of Asian stock markets largely moved up showing financial market recovery from the instability that on June 24 and earlier this week followed the unexpected outcome of British EU referendum.
More than half of residents who are currently of pre-school age in Latvia will work in jobs that are largely unknown at the moment. This was concluded at a meeting of OECD representatives ‘Digital economy: innovations, growth and social welfare’ in Mexico.
The 74-year-old British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking can be considered the most well-known scientist of the modern age. He received world-wide recognition for his contribution to quantum physics research, time and black hole theories. He is also the author of the book ‘A Brief History of Time’. He also suffers from a rare, slow-progressing form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
The largest global furniture seller Ikea has on June 28 announced it recalls over 35 million chests and dressers in U.S. and Canada after six children lost their lives by tipping them over.
At European Union summit in Brussels on June 28, which is the last such meeting for the UK, Germany's Angela Merkel and other leaders insisted there can be no negotiation before the UK has formally implemented Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which will start the withdrawal talks.
With results of Brexit referendum sinking in, over few days, social intolerance in Britain has risen sharply emerging in threats and harassment against non-English inhabitants of the UK.
Volkswagen has in the U.S. reached a 14-billion-euro-worth settlement with deceived clients and regulators in relation to its 2015 diesel car emissions scandal.