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News about the current bee problem!

News about the current bee problem!

By: Jeremy Glick
Apparently Douglas Adams got it wrong about which species is smarter than we are.

By: FurGaia
Check <a href="http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,druck-473166,00.html" rel="nofollow">this</a>. Extremely scary!

Current News on the Middle East

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Anti-Semitism Again in Style in Western Civilization
The specter of anti-Semitism has again appeared and must be challenged.



Chief of Staff: IDF Ready for Anything
The IDF on Wednesday celebrated the 61st graduating class of the army's General Officer's Course.



Steinitz: Electricity, Water Critical to Israel's Survival
Israel's electric consumption hit an all-time on Wednesday, with 11,334 megawatts of power passing through the company's lines.



Mothers of Murdered Boys Speak One Year Later
Mothers of Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Sha'ar, and Naftali Frankel say they still talk to their sons.



Netanyahu Thanks Tony Blair for Quartet Service
Prime Minister thanks former British Prime Minister for making efforts to 'advance peace in the region.'



EU Calls for Peace Talks to Resume Immediately
Frederica Mogherini cites terrorist rocket fire on Israel, IAF response as proof 'status quo' of non-negotiation is 'unsustainable.'



Israel-PA FIFA Talks, Like Peace Talks, Go Nowhere
Arab delegations walk out of meeting attempting to resolve PA BDS attempt against Israeli soccer team.



R. Druckman: 'Unacceptable' Not to Extend R. Riskin's Contract
The Chief Rabbinate must use its administrative wisely - for it's own sake, said Rabbi Haim Druckman.



France Honors Four Nazi Resistance Fighters
Fighters to be inducted into the Pantheon mausoleum in honor of the 70th anniversary of the war's end.



Rivlin: Reconstructing Gaza in Israel's Interests
President Reuven Rivlin says the international community is responsible for ensuring Gaza is rehabilitated - by stopping rocket fire.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 2-3 Sevilla
Sevilla become the first side to win the Europa League on four occasions by securing a thrilling win over Dnipro.

England's Hartley gets four-week ban
England hooker Dylan Hartley is given a four-week ban for headbutting and is unavailable for the first game of the World Cup.

Santorum joins race for US president
Rick Santorum, a Christian conservative who came second in the 2012 Republican primaries for president, launched a second campaign for the White House.

VIDEO: Cold sore virus could treat skin cancer
A virus that normally causes cold sores could treat skin cancer, researchers believe.

Fifa officials 'corrupted football'
US prosecutors accuse Fifa officials of racketeering, fraud and money laundering involving tens of millions of dollars over a 24-year period.

Man hurt as home collapses on cars
A man is injured when part of a house collapses on to several cars in the West Midlands.

VIDEO: UKIP MP confronted by protesters
The UKIP MP Douglas Carswell has been confronted in the street by anti-austerity protesters near Westminster.

Edmund pulls out of French Open
Britain's Kyle Edmund is forced out of his French Open second-round tie against Nick Kyrgios with a stomach injury.

Fifa crisis: Reaction and what next?
Fifa is facing growing calls to postpone its presidential election and re-run bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Boss Advocaat leaves Sunderland
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat is to leave the club after guiding the Premier League side to safety this season.

Queen's Speech promises new powers
Plans to offer wide-ranging new powers to Wales are announced in the Queen's Speech.

Police 'failed' in indecency inquiry
Two police officers have been disciplined for failures in an indecency case in which a man exposed himself to three children in Belfast.

MSPs reject Assisted Suicide Bill
MSPs reject the Assisted Suicide Scotland Bill by 82 votes to 36 following a debate at Holyrood.

Colombia Farc negotiator 'killed'
Colombia's largest rebel group says one of its peace negotiators, Jairo Martinez, was among 27 people killed in a bombing raid last week.

Robots adapt to damage in seconds
Researchers develop robots that adapt to damage in less than a minute, instead of the many hours needed by traditional self-learning systems.

Man, 71, missing on Isle of Wight
A pensioner from south Wales is at the centre of a police hunt after vanishing during a coach holiday to the Isle of Wight.

Kenya payout over birth control
A Kenyan court orders a private hospital to pay $48,000 (£31,000) to a woman who became pregnant despite having a contraceptive implant.

Blair quits Middle East envoy role
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair is to stand down from his role as Middle East envoy representing the US, Russia, the UN and the EU, sources confirm.

The government's data law - an attack on encryption?
The proposal outlined in the Queen's Speech to "modernise the law on communications data" will divide opinion - prepare for another long battle

VIDEO: Bercow tells SNP MPs not to clap
Speaker of the House John Bercow reminds Scottish National Party MPs to respect the traditions and conventions of the chamber, and refrain from clapping.

VIDEO: Lineker calls for Fifa 'boycott'
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker says major football federations should boycott Fifa in the wake of fresh allegations of bribery at football's governing body.

Queen's Speech for 'working people'
An EU referendum, tax freezes and a boost for "working people" are among the plans unveiled in the first Conservative Queen's Speech in nearly two decades.

Dozens killed in Sanaa air strike
Saudi-led coalition warplanes have bombed a special forces camp in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, killing at least 36 people, officials and witnesses say.

Mans Zelmerlow climbs UK chart
Swedish Eurovision winner Mans Zelmerlow soars to number five in the mid-week music chart with his upbeat song Heroes.

Mice in space develop thin skin
A study of three mice that spent 91 days on the International Space Station finds abnormalities in their skin.

Boy, eight, dies playing in cemetery
An eight-year-old boy dies and two 10-year-olds are injured in a "tragic accident" involving a falling headstone at a cemetery in Glasgow.

Texas dam holds after severe storms
A large part of the southern US continues to recover from deadly floods brought on by powerful weekend storms.

AdBlock Plus wins again in court
The makers of an advert-blocking browser plug-in defeat a second attempt to ban their product this year.

Twin corruption inquiries at Fifa
Two criminal inquiries into corruption at football's world governing body Fifa are under way, as seven high-ranking officials are arrested in Zurich.

Trader kept Libor 'artificially high'
The trader at the centre of the Libor rate-rigging trial tried to influence other banks to manipulate the key benchmark rate, a court hears.

EU states 'must take 40,000 migrants'
The European Commission urges EU states to take in 40,000 asylum seekers from Syria and Eritrea who land in Italy and Greece in the next two years.

'Long road to recovery' for memo MP
Alistair Carmichael faces a "long road to recovery" after the leaking of a memo about Nicola Sturgeon, according to a Liberal Democrat colleague.

No let-up in massive India heatwave
Heatwave conditions continue to sweep India where more than 1,100 people have died in the past week, officials say.

Triple murder deaths 'unimaginable'
The family of the victims in a suspected triple murder in Didcot describe it as an "unimaginable" tragedy.

Excess caffeine health warning - EU
Drinking more than five espressos worth of caffeine a day may be damaging to health, according to the European Food Safety Authority.

Nigeria fires 'cowardly soldiers'
Nigeria's army sacks at least 200 soldiers for cowardice and failure to fight against Boko Haram militants, several soldiers tell the BBC.

IS 'driven from Assyrian villages'
Islamic State fighters have been driven out of Assyrian Christian villages they had seized in north-eastern Syria in February, activists say.

How a peaceful protest changed a violent country
Using Facebook to change Guatemala without bloodshed

Man jailed for trying to join IS
A British man who attempted to join Islamic State in Syria is jailed for six years.

FA Cup final tickets 'fall from sky'
An Arsenal fan from Sussex bags a pair of FA Cup final tickets sent into the stratosphere ahead of Saturday's match.

Are erasers in school 'instruments of the devil'?
Are erasers in school 'instruments of the devil'?

New powers to monitor internet use
New laws to give police and spies greater powers to monitor internet use are in the Queen's Speech - but campaigners say it is the return of the "snooper's charter".

Ex-MP sentenced for teen assaults
Former Falkirk MP Eric Joyce who was convicted of attacking two teenagers in an "unjustified and unprovoked" assault is sentenced.

Scotland to receive more tax powers
The Scottish Parliament is set to receive new powers to raise 40% of taxes and decide about 60% of public spending, the Queen's Speech confirms.

IS suicide bombings kill Iraq troops
At least 17 Iraqi soldiers have been killed in a wave of suicide bombings by Islamic State militants in Anbar province, security officials say.

What's in a referendum question?
Are people more likely to vote Yes?

Queen's Speech: Bill-by-bill
The government's legislative agenda for the year ahead has been announced, here's a guide to the bills that featured.

Staying in 'will be Yes in EU vote'
Voters in the UK's EU referendum will be asked to choose Yes if they want to remain in the union or No to leave.

Westminster 'may take welfare power'
The secretary of state says she cannot rule out Westminster legislating on welfare matters in Northern Ireland.

Arrests over Pakistan 'fake degrees'
Pakistani investigators detain the head of a global internet technology firm suspected of an alleged multi-million dollar fraud selling fake degrees online.

Measure to double free childcare
Access to free childcare for three-and-four-year-olds in England is to double to 30 hours a week under measures announced in the Queen's Speech.

Who can fix Fifa?
As a number of its officials are arrested in a corruption probe, what does the future hold for Fifa?

Government to cut £10bn of red tape
The Queen's Speech outlines a bill that plans to cut red tape, potentially saving British business at least £10bn.

Danish PM calls snap June election
Denmark's prime minister calls an election for 18 June when her centre-left coalition is expected to face tough a challenge from the opposition.

'Mediocre' schools intervention plan
A more rapid intervention for underperforming schools in England has been announced in the Queen's Speech.

Crew flee ship amid N Sea blast fears
A crew abandons a container ship a few miles off the German coast amid fears that its cargo of fertiliser could explode.

WW2 bomb prompts Cologne evacuation
Some 20,000 people in the German city of Cologne are forced to leave their homes as authorities defuse a one-tonne bomb from World War Two.

Tax allowances to track minimum wage
Future increases in the income tax personal allowance will be linked to rises in the national minimum wage, the government announces.

VIDEO: Vicar who contracted HIV after attack
Reverend Hayley Young who contracted HIV through a non-sexual attack speaks to the Victoria Derbyshire programme.

VIDEO: Turning Van Gogh into virtual reality
An American artist has turned Van Gogh's The Night Cafe into an immersive virtual reality experience.

Broadway enjoys record season
New York's theatreland enjoys its best ever season for 2014-2015, breaking box office and attendance records.

VIDEO: Taking a dip in the King's Cross Pond
Tim Muffett reports as a revival of lidos has revived interest in outdoor swimming.

VIDEO: Palestinians 'killed, tortured by Hamas'
Amnesty International has accused the Palestinian group, Hamas, of a brutal campaign of abduction, torture and killings against its own people.

Louis Walsh: Too much singing in X Factor
Former X Factor judge Louis Walsh says the show has too much singing in it and it's in need of a big shake-up.

The myth of bad British teeth
The myth that British teeth are bad

Brain injury: Stories of changed lives
Stories of lives changed through brain injury

The Iraq syndrome
Repercussions of the war in Iraq will be felt not just there but globally for many years to come, says Nick Bryant.

VIDEO: Ice skating on Havana's waterfront
Ice skating in Havana's waterfront

In pictures: Inside an Indian high court
Rare access - an Indian high court at work

The man who hid behind a trail name
How a US hiking tradition helped hide a fugitive

Sending ice to Antarctica
The plan to send ice from the Alps to Antarctica

Strike changes: what do they mean?
How tough will the new voting rules be?

Cold sore virus 'treats skin cancer'
A genetically engineered version of a virus that normally causes cold sores shows real promise for treating skin cancer, say researchers.

Fish, fruit and veg in S Korea's markets
Ben Weller has been taking pictures of South Korea's markets

Why do people waste so much time at the office?
The workplace is where people go to work. But much of the day is padded out with less productive activities.

The falcon hospital of Qatar
Hunting with falcons is a popular sport in the Gulf - and Qatar's capital city, Doha, has a specialist hospital where injured birds are treated.

Teen obesity 'link to bowel cancer'
Being overweight or obese in adolescence is linked to a greater risk of bowel cancer later in life, a study suggests.

Eurovision Song Contest: In pictures
Celebrations at the 60th anniversary show in Vienna

Week in pictures: 16-22 May 2015
From around the world - 16-22 May

In pictures: Women of Hargeisa
Alison Baskerville's photos of women in Somaliland

How male and female bathing suits got smaller and smaller
How swimwear has changed over a century

Your pictures: Looking in
Readers' images on the theme of looking in

Toy soldiers at war
The 40 year conflict that remains unresolved

Nepal's treasures: Before and after
Images of the destruction wreaked on Nepal's Kathmandu valley landmarks by Saturday's deadly earthquake.

VIDEO: Treasury Committee
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.
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