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Google Chrome's share in Azerbaijani market grows

25.07.2018 | Readed: 141

The share of the Internet browser Google Chrome in Azerbaijani market increased by 7.8 percent in 1H2018, the Global Stats statistics center said in a message, Trend reports. Google Chrome is the......

Number of passenger flights between Azerbaijan and Turkey’s cities triples

25.07.2018 | Readed: 137

A meeting was held in Baku between the delegations of the State Civil Aviation Agency under the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of the Republic of......

Baku hosts a working meeting with NATO experts in the field of education

25.07.2018 | Readed: 148

According to the NATO-Azerbaijan joint action plan to support the development of the military education system, a working meeting is held between experts of NATO and Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan within the framework of the Defense Education Enhancement......

Azerbaijani servicemen in "Sniper frontier"

25.07.2018 | Readed: 153

The sniper team of Azerbaijan has left for Belarus to participate in the "Sniper frontier" contest to be conducted within the "International Army Games - 2018", Azerbaijan Defence Ministry reports. It should be noted that......

Michigan candidate hopes to become first Muslim American governor

25.07.2018 | Readed: 152

Abdul El-Sayed grew up in the American state of Michigan. This year, he is hoping to be nominated as the Michigan Democratic Party’s candidate for governor. But he did not always think that such a goal was possible. “When I graduated college, Bill......

250 years might return to AP World History course after criticism

25.07.2018 | Readed: 165

The College Board has answered criticism about proposed changes to the Advanced Placement World History exam. Educators and others had objected to its plans to make the exam cover history beginning in the year 1450. Now, the group says the exam......

Thai soccer boys shave their heads for Buddhist Ceremony

25.07.2018 | Readed: 132

The boys rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand earlier this month have cut all the hair off their heads. Their coach, who also was rescued, has done the same. The head shaving ceremony Tuesday was in preparation for their training to become Buddhist......

North Korea appears to take apart missile launch area

25.07.2018 | Readed: 144

North Korea appears to have started dismantling important parts of its main satellite launch center. The activity appears to fulfill a promise to United States officials by North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un. Some experts believe North Korea is trying......

American football player Joins Philadelphia Orchestra for a day

25.07.2018 | Readed: 151

Jason Kelce plays American football for the Philadelphia Eagles. The team won the Super Bowl earlier this year. He has become one the best-known players on the team - and not just because of his plays on the football......

Eighteen ways to reduce bloating

24.07.2018 | Readed: 408

Most people experience bloating at some point. Exercises, supplements, and massages can all help to reduce bloating quickly, and simple lifestyle changes can prevent it from reoccurring. Abdominal......

How does complementary medicine impact cancer survival?

24.07.2018 | Readed: 352

With the increased interest in complementary therapies, a team of scientists recently explored their use in cancer patients, and how they impacted both adherence to treatments and survival......

Documents on violation of the law were sent to the General Prosecutor's Office

24.07.2018 | Readed: 303

A subsequent raid was held by employees of the Department of Environmental......

Junior Azerbaijani judo fighters win nine medals at European Cup

24.07.2018 | Readed: 376

Junior Azerbaijani judo fighters have claimed a clutch of nine medals, including two golds at the European Cup held in Prague, the Czech......

Azerbaijani wrestlers take five medals in Turkish tournament

24.07.2018 | Readed: 390

Azerbaijani Greco-Roman wrestlers have grabbed three medals, including a gold in an international tournament commemorating Vehbi Emre in Istanbul,......

Azerbaijani badminton duo clinch bronze at Lagos International 2018

24.07.2018 | Readed: 390

Azerbaijani pair Edi Reski Dvichayo and Ezmi Govimuramadhoni have claimed a bronze medal in the 4th edition of the Lagos International Badminton Classic (LIBC) in......

Azerbaijani weightlifter crowned European champion

24.07.2018 | Readed: 407

Azerbaijan`s Elshan Mammadov has captured a gold medal at the EWF Youth and U15 Weightlifting Championships in Milan,......

Kazakhstan’s warship arrives in Baku

24.07.2018 | Readed: 137

The rocket-artillery ship "Mangystau" of the Kazakhstan’s Naval Forces has arrived in Baku to participate in the "Sea Cup - 2018" international competition to be held in the territorial......

Russian warships arrive in Baku

24.07.2018 | Readed: 153

The small-size gunnery ships "Volgodonsk" and "Makhachkala" as well as a rescue tugboat "SB-45" of the Caspian Flotilla of the Russian Navy arrived in Baku, according to Azerbaijan`s Ministry of......

Turkish FM to visit Azerbaijan

24.07.2018 | Readed: 331

Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu will pay a visit to Azerbaijan on July 24, spokesperson of Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hikmat Hajiyev has told a press......

Canadian officials have identified the suspect in Sunday's deadly shooting in Toronto as Faisal Hussain, 29

24.07.2018 | Readed: 137

The Ontario Special Investigations Unit (SIU) said it was releasing his name due "to the exceptional circumstances of this tragic incident". A 10-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman died after a......

N Korea 'begins dismantling' rocket launch site

24.07.2018 | Readed: 135

North Korea appears to have begun dismantling part of a key rocket launch site in the country's north-west. Satellite images of the Sohae station seen by US-based monitoring group 38 North suggest......

Greece wildfires: At least 20 killed, dozens injured

24.07.2018 | Readed: 133

Forest fires raging across Greece have killed at least 20 people, the government says, as the authorities there seek international assistance. Hundreds of firefighters are battling the blazes and......

Senator Goulet: President Aliyev’s France visit to pave way for better understanding of Azerbaijan as hub of stability

24.07.2018 | Readed: 218

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev’s recent visit to France will pave way for better understanding of Azerbaijan as a hub of stability, Nathalie Goulet, French senator and vice-chair of the Senate’s Foreign Affairs Committee, told Trend......

New level of relations between Azerbaijan, France promises new projects: MP

24.07.2018 | Readed: 221

The visit of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev to France, which took place on July 19-20, has raised relations with France to a new level, chairman of the parliamentary committee for science and education, Academician Isa Habibbeyli told......

Moody's withdraws all ratings of biggest Kazakh freight railcar fleet operator

24.07.2018 | Readed: 115

The Moody's international ratings agency has withdrawn all ratings of the largest operator of freight railcar fleet of Kazakhstan, Kaztemirtrans JSC, the agency said in a statement July......

Armenia continues illegal activity in Aghdam, says Baku

24.07.2018 | Readed: 123

Armenia, as the occupying state, grossly violating its obligations arising from the Geneva Conventions, continues its illegal activities in Azerbaijan’s Aghdam district, changing geographical names there, plundering the property and creating......

Monsoon rains threaten Rohingya

24.07.2018 | Readed: 148

More than half a million Rohingya from Myanmar are in refugee camps in Bangladesh. The people, a Muslim minority in Myanmar, fled the military’s campaign of violence against them. Now, they face another threat: monsoon......

Camping is good for your brain

24.07.2018 | Readed: 139

The 19th-century American writer and naturalist Henry David Thoreau knew the importance of nature. Thoreau filled his books and notes with observations about human life and its basic need for nature. Those writings have probably never been more......

Syria calls evacuation of white helmets “Criminal”

24.07.2018 | Readed: 122

Syria has criticized the evacuation from Syria of hundreds of Syrian White Helmet rescue workers to Jordan. A Syrian foreign ministry official called the action a “criminal process” that showed the “true nature” of the White Helmets. The......

Trump warns iranian President ‘Never Threaten the United States’

24.07.2018 | Readed: 126

U.S. President Donald Trump says Iran risks serious consequences if it makes more threats against the United States. Trump’s words were written in large letters as part of a Twitter message. It appeared on Twitter Sunday night.......

China wants young people working in the countryside

24.07.2018 | Readed: 138

Rural China is home to many small farms and traditional industries, but productivity is falling. There are not enough new industries to provide economic growth. Young people continue to leave rural areas for big cities. The situation is bad enough that......

Azerbaijan eyes to export modern solar panels

24.07.2018 | Readed: 136

Azerbaijan is preparing to export more modern solar panels to the international market, Deputy Director of the State Agency for Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources Jamil Melikov told......

French Senator Goulet: President Aliyev’s France visit to pave way for better understanding of Azerbaijan as hub of stability

23.07.2018 | Readed: 236

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev’s recent visit to France will pave way for better understanding of Azerbaijan as a hub of stability, Nathalie Goulet, French senator and vice-chair of the Senate’s Foreign Affairs Committee, told Trend July......

FAO talks on needed measures to even more improve food safety in Azerbaijan

23.07.2018 | Readed: 136

It is important to support operators along the whole food chain in order to further improve food security in Azerbaijan, Melek Cakmak, Head of FAO Partnership and Liaison Office in Azerbaijan, said in an interview with......

Duties on registration of IMEI codes of mobiles to be revised in Azerbaijan

23.07.2018 | Readed: 146

Duties on registration of IMEI codes of mobile phones will be revised in Azerbaijan, a source in the telecommunication market of the country told Trend. The source told Trend that,......

Cavusoglu to visit Azerbaijan on July 24 - Foreign Ministry

23.07.2018 | Readed: 136

Turkish FM Mevlut Cavusoglu will pay an official visit to Azerbaijan on July 24, Turkey's Foreign Ministry told Trend July 23. Within the framework of the visit, Cavusoglu will hold......

Azerbaijan's defense minister defines tasks to increase operational efficiency of troops0

23.07.2018 | Readed: 140

Azerbaijan's defense minister, Colonel General Zakir Hasanov held an official meeting with the participation of the ministry's leadership at the Central Command Point on July 21, Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry said in a......

25 years pass since occupation of Azerbaijan’s Aghdam District

23.07.2018 | Readed: 120

Today, 25 years pass from the occupation of Azerbaijan’s Aghdam District by Armenia. Armenian invaders occupied the major part of the Aghdam District on July 23, 1993, seizing......

Some US colleges let students bring animals to school

23.07.2018 | Readed: 128

Leaving home to attend a college or university often leads to big changes for a student. One of them can be leaving behind a pet cat, dog or other beloved animal. Kimberly Brubaker says she feels emotionally connected to her two pets: a cat named Dino,......

Spain becomes top EU migrant destination

23.07.2018 | Readed: 136

Spain has become the number-one destination for migrants who cross the Mediterranean Sea to get to Europe. Before, the country most of the migrants tried to reach was Italy. The latest numbers come from for the European Union's border agency Frontex.......

World’s oldest bread found at prehistoric site in Jordan

23.07.2018 | Readed: 133

The burned remains of bread made about 14,500 years ago in northeastern Jordan have given scientists a surprise: humans started making bread long before they developed agriculture. The bread was found in a stone fireplace at an ancient site in......

A debate over identity is playing out over a people most Americans have never even heard about

23.07.2018 | Readed: 123

The group are called Métis, a French word for “mixed.” They are the descendants of French animal trappers and native women during the 1600s in today’s Western......


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