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Huge success of the game

Pokemon Go´ could generate billions for Apple

Apple could potentially reap $3 billion in incremental revenue from Pokémon Go over the next couple of years, an analyst argued in a Wednesday. Apple´s take from popular mobile game could help software and services business Leer más

82% of Europeans want EU to do more to tackle threatTerrorism

82% of Europeans want EU to do more to tackle threat

Terrorism continues to pose a threat to Europe and people expect the EU to act: 82% of Europeans want it to do more, while 69% consider its current measures to be insufficient, according to a Eurobarometer poll commissioned by Parliament. The survey also showed that the majority of people think the fight against terrorism should be the EU´s main priority for more action. Leer más

Indie Games Festival

Google launches a gaming festival in September

Google is hoping to lure more indie game developers to its platforms with an upcoming festival in San Francisco. Called simply the Indie Games Festival, the event takes place on September 24th, and Google is currently taking submissions for games that will be featured. Leer más

netBravo

New Commission app measures internet signal to map connection quality across the EU

he European Commission´s Joint Research Centre (JRC) has developed an application that will help EU citizens travelling abroad in Europe to see the quality of Wi-Fi, 4G, 3G, and GSM signals they can get in their surroundings. ´netBravo´allows the user to monitor different variables including signal strength, speed and channel usage, which are then shown in various colours depending on their quality, on a map of Europe.  Leer más

Why do women live longer than men?

Why do women live longer than men?

A survival advantage for female humans stands out in a UAB review of sex differences in longevity across many species; understanding why could inform treatments to extend healthy lifespans Leer más

Air Passenger Rights

New rules ahead of summer holidays or the benefit of travellers and businesses

As millions of European citizens will be travelling during the summer period, the European Commission is taking action for the better enforcement of air passenger rights in the European Union. Leer más

EU referendum

EU grants protected if UK leaves, Vote Leave claims

Ministers campaigning to leave the European Union say recipients of EU funding would get the same money if the UK votes to leave and EU funding projects for areas including farming, science, and culture would be continued until 2020. Leer más

Referendum in Venezuela

Venezuela recall: Maduro goes to court to block referendum

Venezuela´s government has asked the Supreme Court to reject the opposition´s proposal to hold a referendum to remove President Nicolas Maduro from office. It accused the leaders of the recall referendum movement of fraud. Leer más

Euro 2016 - France

French government calls for Euro 2016 alcohol ban after trouble

The French government has urged cities hosting Euro 2016 matches to ban alcohol near venues and fan zones. It follows three days of clashes between fans and police in Marseille. Leer más

Tel Aviv shooting

Four killed in Palestinian shooting attack in Tel Aviv

Two Palestinian gunmen killed four people and wounded six others after opening fire at a popular open-air shopping and restaurant area of central Tel Aviv, Israeli authorities say. Leer más

Mexico- teacher´s protest

Outrage over Mexican ´teacher shaming´ in Chiapas state

Mexico´s human rights ombudsman has called an enquiry into the public shaming of a group of teachers and administrators in the state of Chiapas. Leer más

UN experts - Syria

Civilians amid ISIL offensives in north Syria have to be protected

Two United Nations human rights experts today urged immediate protection for thousands of civilians caught up in offensives by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da´esh) in the Aleppo region of northern Syria. Leer más

Complutense University of Madrid

An app knows if a beer has gone stale

Chemists at the Complutense University of Madrid have developed a method that allows brewers to measure the freshness of beer, using a polymer sensor that changes colour upon detecting furfural, a compound that appears when this beverage ages and gives it a stale flavour. The sensor can be controlled from a smartphone app also created by the team. Leer más

Gaza Strip

Hamas authorities execute three men as death penalty resumes in Gaza Strip

Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip executed three men for murder on Tuesday, in a move condemned by the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, the attorney general said, signalling more could follow despite appeals from the United Nations for a halt. Leer más

Protest in Bolivia

Riot police clash with disabled protesters in La Paz

Police in Bolivia fired water cannons Wednesday at disabled protesters, many of them wheelchair-bound, who tried to approach the presidential palace to demand an increase in state benefits. Leer más

Italian navy - Capsized boat horror

European migrant crisis: The deadly capsizing of a migrant boat caught on camera

The deadly capsizing of a migrant boat in the Mediterranean has been caught on camera by the Italian navy as it rescued 562 people. Leer más

Switzerland - Muslim students

Swiss canton rules Muslim students must shake teachers´ hands

Muslim students in Switzerland must shake their teacher´s hand at the beginning and end of lessons, a regional authority has ruled Wednesday, reversing one school´s controversial decision to grant exemptions for Muslim pupils unwilling to touch the opposite sex. Leer más

Eurozone - Greece bailout

Eurozone reaches breakthrough on Greek bailout and debt relief

The euro zone gave Greece its firmest offer yet of debt relief in what finance ministers have agreed to extend further bailout loans to Greece as well as debt relief, in what they call a "major breakthrough". Leer más

Mexico mass grave

Mexico begins exhuming more than 100 bodies found in mass grave

Mexican authorities have begun exhuming the bodies of about 116 people believed to be victims of drug cartel and gang violence who were killed between 2010 and 2013 and buried in a mass grave in the central state of Morelos. Leer más

Over 125 million need of humanitarian assistance

European Union helps reshape international assistance at the World Humanitarian Summit

Over 50 world leaders and 5 000 humanitarian, development and political stakeholders gather on 23-24 May, in Istanbul, to share responsibility to reverse the trend for increasing humanitarian needs and improve the effectiveness of response. Leer más

US-ISIS

U.S military officials tout a win against ISIS

U.S. Military officials Friday pointed to a key victory over ISIS in Iraq but acknowledged the bigger battles against the terror group are still to come. According to spokesman Col. Steve Warren of the U.S.-led coalition, Iraqi forces have declared the key town of Rutbah "secure" from ISIS. Leer más

EYE2016

European Youth Event gathers interest of young people

Thousands of young people will meet at the European Parliament in Strasbourg for the European Youth Event (EYE2016) to share ideas and thoughts on critical issues relevant to the world we live in. Leer más

IS conflict

Iraqi forces enter remote western town of Rutba held by ISIS

Iraq´s military entered the remote western town of Rutba on Tuesday in a fresh offensive against Islamic State aimed at cutting off the militants´ supply route to neighboring Syria. Leer más

American Chemical Society

What happens when you swallow gum?

It´s a legendary piece of playground lore: If you swallow a piece of gum, it stays stuck in your stomach forever. This week, Reactions looks at the mechanics and chemistry of digestion in order to settle the myth Leer más

Football is un-Islamic

IS militants attack Iraq cafe used by Real Madrid fans

Islamic State militants armed with AK-47s have attacked a cafe in Iraq frequented by supporters of the Spanish football club Real Madrid. At least 14 people are dead and a further 20 injured following the massacre. Leer más
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Carlos Trias
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