Usain Bolt fascinated the audience. He seems like gazelle in the stadiums around the world . His long legs make him so fast that nobody can follow him. The world record 100 meters is at 9.58 seconds by the Jamaican.
As a typical German professor he does not, ponytail, colored shirt, long pants. What makes the American Ralph K. Pedersen at the University of Marburg, is unique in Germany: He teaches nautical archeology.
Despite international criticism of the death penalty, Japan has executed two convicted murderers. The two men aged 31 and 40 were hanged on Friday in the capital city of Tokyo and Osaka, reported the news agency Jiji Press.
The police in the U.S. state of Maryland has arrested a self-proclaimed "Joker", thus apparently preventing violence in the past week with a "Batman" demonstration in Colorado.
Earlier cases had to be big simply: Pure Adapt should do what is necessary for 14 days leave. And if it should ever be just a short trip, was also taken away much too much.
Twitter can bring a committed user really to rave about: A journey through the timeline is entertaining and stimulating. The tweets are often humorous and ironic, sometimes cynical. They are cheeky, sometimes shoot too far.
More and more countries in its electricity production from hydropower, biomass, solar and wind energy. Since 1990 by building appropriate capacity 430 000 megawatts of installed capacity, which corresponds to approximately 400 nuclear power plants.
The MacBook Air from Apple is still considered a benchmark against which must be the ultra-competitive books are judged. This measure will cost, however: With full amenities, current processor and 13.3-inch screen.
Not only the IPO was quite a disaster (OK, after the IPO has withdrawn from the disaster scale BATS would actually be re-adjusted ;-), see IPO today to $ 16.
No topic discusses the science of planning as passionate as the "privatization of public space". Moored this is supposedly from America danger emanating from advancing enclosed living quarters on one side and large shopping malls on the other
Ben Brooks is 20 and has bought from the fees of his first four novels just a flat in London. As if that was not amazing enough, he looks to have on the possible ways of verträumteste clever, with the mocking eyes of a gentle old soul.
After the pop star called for the release on Friday of three women facing prison due to a disrespectful performance in Moscow’s main cathedral
Behind the scenes in Spain long after the balance sheet detectives are at work. While many investors are still wondering whether the European Central Bank will soon buy Spanish government bonds or not.
The Rover has broadcast lots color photos of Martian dust and a distant "Mount Sharp" to Earth since its arrival.
Usain Bolt makes London history as three-time gold medal winner. The Jamaican superstar is the first to cracks the 37-second mark in the sprint relay.
Two hours after the race even the podium was gone. The race stewards penalized for overtaking Sebastian Vettel Jenson Button with 20 seconds - and the two-time Formula 1 World Championship Grand Prix of Germany slipped from second to fifth place
In politics, one argues whether the glass is half full or half empty. But, in the case of political corruption, it is not the glass, its about how full are the envelopes.
U.S. President Barack Obama has warned Syria against a use of chemical weapons. He said the rulers in Damascus should not commit "tragic error" and use chemical weapons. "The world is watching".
Russia wants to upgrade its military with 1,600 new airplanes and helicopters. Go there first and foremost a matter of equipping the armed forces with modern technology.
Facebook is a nightmare for its investors in the first hour: Once started, the disappointed expectations with record-line star with a thick drop of 157 million dollars last quarter.
He is a pioneer in the market for personnel management. Alexander Petsch, founded in 2000, "HRM" in Cologne and developed it into Europe's biggest exhibition for HR management.
More than 150 years ago in the famous California Gold Rush, which some people fabulously wealthy and the majority was only one experience richer. Even today the country to bring back many of the west coast of America to dream.
Brazilians are expecting a huge business boom during the 2014 World Cup events, which will be held in 12 cities in Brazil. Hotels, restaurants, tour agencies, gift shops, you name it, and oh yes, even the business of prostitution.
CAIRO-Although Mohammed Morsi’s presidency in still rather new, his decision to remove the military leaders stunned the country and could help bring back civilian rule.
BBC America's new series, Ripper Street, premiers Saturday, January 19, at 9/8c. It is set in London's East End in 1889, where a series of brutal murders occurred. Many theories have been explored.
Iran is situated on dangerous fault lines and has experienced disastrous earthquakes in the past literally flattening cities. According to the state media, the death toll was at least 250 dead and over 2,500 injured.
Google today awarded 60,000 dollar to a security researcher who cracked Chrome at the search firm's second "Pwnium" hacking contest.
The entire cast from ‘Welcome Back Kotter’ was very funny. And, Ron was known best as Arnold Horshack, a nerdy-student fitting in with the rat pack.
The U.N. humanitarian agency reported up to 2 million people are affected by fighting and 1 million displaced in Syria.
Sprint, the No. 3 cellphone company in the U.S., is selling a controlling stake to Japan's Softbank for $20.1 billion. The deal, announced Monday in Tokyo, positions Sprint Nextel Corp. as a stronger competitor to U.S.
Since the year 2000 in Germany organized by the eGovernment competition characterizes the most innovative projects in the field of administrative modernization.
A decade after George Lucas said Star Wars was finished on the big screen, a new trilogy is destined for cinemas after Walt Disney announced that it is buying Lucasfilm for 4.05 billion US dollars (£2.52 billion).
The gold favorite basketball player of USA at the Olympic Games in London narrowly escaped only a disgrace. On the penultimate round of the preliminary 13-time gold medalist won with a lot of work.
A group of science and mathematical experts won almost 8 million dollar on a state lottery after discovering a fool-proof way of winning. The group, which included a biomedical researcher and MIT undergraduates.
For many parents, the search degenerates to a kindergarten place in the war of nerves: You must attend an educational institution abtelefonieren after another or to the promise and fear for months. Not so Julia Bloch man.
Thousands of Egyptians protest outside the presidential palace against Mohammed Mursi and the decrees to extend his power. In the evening, protesters broke through the barricades in front of the building.
Squatter finally evicted in Dallas, Texas. Kenneth Robinson turned into somewhat of a celebrity after simply filing a one page claim and paying $16 bucks for a house that had gone into foreclosure.
Israel is planning in the nuclear dispute with Iran, allegedly a high-tech war in which only need a few Israeli pilots put themselves in danger. The report, the newspaper "Yediot Ahronot", relying on the U.S. Blogger Richard Silverstein.