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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

Iranians Protest Historic Visit of French FM 'Israeli Spy'
Fabius first French foreign minister in Iran in 12 years - but he is greeted with chants 'Fabius, servant of the US, spy of Israel.'



Report: Israeli Airstrike Kills Pro-Regime Fighters in Syria
Lebanese, Syrian sources claim airstrike by either jet or drone killed a number of regime militiamen in Syrian Golan Heights.



Leading Rabbi Told Jewish Home 'Stop the Lip Service'
Rabbi Melamed of Beit El urges Jewish Home to cut contact with coalition - and then the government approved 300 more units.



Gov't Approves 300 Homes in Beit El
The homes were promised when Ulpana houses were relocated down 3 years ago. Housing approved in Jerusalem too.



Sa-Nur Families on Day 2 Declare 'We're Back to Stay'
More families and supplies make it past IDF in return to northern Samaria homes 10 years after Disengagement expulsion.



The Great Synagogue of Vilna Has Been Found
Remains of majestic monument of Lithuanian Jewry destroyed by the Nazis has been found underground, excavation is next.



MK: Raze the High Court
Jewish Home's Yogev says High Court ruling to raze Beit El homes means it's time to use bulldozers against the court.



MK Hazan Slams Ya'alon for 'Hasty' Beit El Seizure
Likud's Hazan on TV calls on Ya'alon to take back 'naive, rushed' decision and pull forces from Beit El, warning 'someone may get hurt.'



Demolition at Beit El after High Court Ruling
Beit El mayor: 'It's a difficult day. The decision makes no sense.'



Obama Won't Let Pollard Out of US
White House says Jonathan Pollard will not be allowed to move to Israel upon his release.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Beach death man 'popular and gifted'
Tributes are paid to a "popular and gifted" man who died after getting into difficulties on a Gower beach.

Taliban leader Mullah Omar 'is dead'
Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar has died, Afghan government sources say, but the militant group has not commented.

Personal insolvency at 10-year low
The number of people being declared insolvent falls to its lowest level for nearly a decade, figures from the Insolvency Service show.

Tim Farron unveils new Lib Dem team
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron unveils his team to shadow the cabinet, with former leader Nick Clegg turning down a role.

Bin lorry crews 'abused' after crash
The inquiry into the bin lorry crash which killed six people in Glasgow hears other crews were verbally abused in the aftermath of the tragedy.

Israel accused of Gaza 'war crimes'
There is "strong evidence" Israel committed war crimes in Gaza after a soldier was captured by Hamas in last year's war, Amnesty International says.

Australia body 'not Madeleine'
The body of a girl whose remains were discovered in a suitcase in Australia is not missing Madeleine McCann, police confirm.

Structural secret of T. rex's teeth
New research reveals the key to the unique serrated tooth structure that made carnivorous theropod dinosaurs such successful predators.

Crew rescued after boats collide
Fishermen are rescued after their vessel collides with another boat off the County Down coast.

Nigel Farage fears holidaymaker deaths
Nigel Farage says that "unless something radical is done" in Calais it is only a matter of time before a British holidaymaker or lorry driver dies.

Terrorists win segregation appeal
Two convicted terrorists who claimed their prison segregation was unlawful win their challenge at the UK's highest court.

Why do people disinherit their children?
Why do people leave their children out of their will?

Homes evacuated in security alert
Homes are evacuated after a suspicious object is found in north Belfast.

Asylum scheme unlawful, say judges
The UK system to detain and fast track some asylum seekers appealing to stay in the country is illegal, the Court of Appeal rules.

Danish Girl set for Venice premiere
The Danish Girl, Eddie Redmayne's first film since his Theory of Everything Oscar triumph, is to compete for the Golden Lion award at this year's Venice Film Festival.

West Brom complete £8m Chester deal
Hull City defender James Chester moves to Premier League side West Bromwich Albion on a four-year contract for £8m.

Pair due in court over Cecil the lion
A Zimbabwean hunter and farm owner are due to appear in court in Victoria Falls on poaching charges over the killing of famed lion Cecil.

Most ambulance targets to be axed
Targets for ambulance response times in Wales are to be dropped for all but the most life-threatening calls under a Welsh government trial.

Man dies as hundreds target tunnel
A man has been killed as at least 1,500 migrants tried to enter the Channel Tunnel in Calais on Tuesday night, French police say.

Desmond Tutu returns to hospital
South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu returns to hospital a week after being discharged with a persistent infection.

New dying care guidelines proposed
England's health watchdog puts forward new draft guidance to improve the care of adults in their last few days of life.

VIDEO: How migrants enter tunnel site
The BBC's Peter Whittlesea explains the route migrants take to gain access to the railway tracks that run through the Channel Tunnel.

Free transfers: search for a bargain
A former £17m man, the old 'new Zidane' and a 2014 World Cup star. We look at the players still available on a free.

Bookmakers suspend Bond song betting
A leading bookmaker is refusing to take bets on which artist will record the next James Bond theme song after one customer tried to place a £15,000 wager on Radiohead being selected.

Green group attacks coal gas firm
The company behind plans to use coal seams beneath the Forth to produce gas is accused of "attempting to hold Scotland to ransom".

Benitez destroyed Inter - Mourinho
Jose Mourinho says Rafael Benitez "destroyed the best team in Europe" when the Spaniard replaced him at Inter Milan.

Barclays reports 25% rise in profits
Barclays bank reports a 25% rise in half-year profits to £3.1bn but has set aside another £850m for customer compensation - including further PPI claims.

VIDEO: Can mini printer reinvent instant snaps?
The BBC's John Maguire's reports on how new mobile phone technology could be helping with the reintroduction of printed photos.

Pakistan Sunni militant chief killed
Pakistani police say they have shot dead Malik Ishaq, the leader of banned Sunni militant group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.

VIDEO: Boy, 8, has double hand transplant
An eight-year-old boy in America becomes the youngest recipient of a double hand transplant.

Daughter used in 'paedophile ring'
An Australian man is one of eight men charged with 503 child sex offences against his 13-year-old daughter.

VIDEO: US hunter 'regrets' killing Cecil
US dentist Walter Palmer, who killed a lion in Zimbabwe, says he regrets shooting the animal.

Police overtime up due to staff gaps
Some police forces are using overtime to cover gaps caused by staff shortages, BBC Radio 5 live has found.

How ant armies move massive meals
In a new study, physicists reveal how ants co-operate to carry huge chunks of food back to their nests.

School closed over abuse claims
A residential school for boys with behavioural problems is temporarily closed as police investigate claims of physical abuse.

Police priorities and overworked GPs
The priorities of the police, a warning about overworked GPs and the shooting of a country's most famous lion are in the press.

£110m Factory arts venue discussed
Plans for a new publicly-funded £110m theatre and arts venue at the former site of Granada TV studios in Manchester are discussed by the city's council.

Brazil businessman faces charges
The president of Brazil construction giant Odebrecht, Marcelo Odebrecht, is charged with corruption and money laundering.

Windows 10 launch is 'new era'
Wednesday's global launch of Windows 10 marks a “new era” for personal computing, Microsoft’s chief executive tells the BBC.

VIDEO: Rory gets a Windows 10 crash course
Rory Cellan-Jones goes hands-on with Windows 10 and tries out some of the operating system's new features.

VIDEO: Police to probe Tube killer claim
An ex-detective's claims 12 people were murdered by the same man on the London Underground between 1953 and 1983 are described by the Met chief as "quite convincing".

Kurds decry Turkish 'safe zone' move
A "safe zone" Turkey and the US are creating in Syria is Ankara's attempt to stop Kurds from forming their own territory, a pro-Kurdish party leader says.

VIDEO: The rise and fall of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi
BBC News charts the rise and fall of Colonel Gaddafi's favourite son.

Ten steps to improve your photography
Ten steps to improve your photography

Spanish parties play power games over Greek bailout
How is the Greek bailout affecting politics in Spain, asks James Badcock.

Ebola: 'Isn't that over yet?'
Ebola deaths have fallen in West Africa - but that doesn't mean that the hard work is over, says Tulip Mazumdar.

Can people learn to curb their chocolate cravings?
Michael Mosley on the mental exercises that cut cravings

Why is the US still using a Nazi tall ship?
Why is the US still using a Nazi tall ship?

Q&A: Davies on Dames, Open & Woods
Dame Laura Davies talks about her British Open and Solheim Cup chances, Tiger Woods, her favourite course and more.

What went wrong for Angel Di Maria?
As £59.7m British record signing Angel Di Maria looks set to leave Manchester United, BBC Sport asks what went wrong.

Car repair bills 'like a lottery'
Regional differences between car repair bills amount to a lottery, and can be "offensive", a UK car magazine has claimed.

The last Catholic priest in Antarctica
The story of the last Catholic priest in the Antarctic

Army job cuts made three years early
The number of British army personnel has been cut back by 20,000, three years ahead of target, according to statistics from the Ministry of Defence.

VIDEO: The secret of adult colouring books
What's the secret of a good adult colouring book?

Reaching the parts others cannot teach
Reaching those others cannot teach

Skin cancer guidelines updated
New guidelines for diagnosing and treating melanoma skin cancers have been issued to the NHS in England.

VIDEO: Who is Turkey targeting with air strikes?
Turkey has begun bombing targets in both Syria and Iraq, but they are not just bombing Islamic State fighters - they have also been targeting Kurdish militants.

GP workloads 'put patients at risk'
Patient safety is at risk because of increasing GP workloads in the UK, doctors' leaders are warning.

VIDEO: Iris Apfel: 'Dressing up should be fun'
Newsnight speaks to fashion icon Iris Apfel

Will Windows 10 prove a winner?
A look at what's new in Microsoft's latest operating system - and why it might be the "last" big release of its kind.

Peru rescues 'Shining Path slaves'
The Peruvian Army says it has rescued 39 people - most of them children - from a farm where Shining Path rebels kept them as slave workers.

US man 'regrets' killing African lion
American dentist Walter Palmer says he "regrets" killing a well-known lion in Zimbabwe and insists he thought it was legal.

Disneyland Paris faces pricing probe
Disneyland Paris is facing a pricing probe following accusations that UK and German customers are being frozen out of promotions available in other European member states.

Water mafia: Why Delhi is buying water on the black market
Have the 'water mafia' taken over Delhi's supplies?

US 'to release Israel spy Pollard'
Jonathan Pollard, jailed in the US for 30 years for spying for Israel, is to be freed on parole in November, his lawyers say.

Obama's warning to Africa on power
US President Barack Obama warns that Africa will not advance if its leaders try to cling to power, saying nobody should be president for life.

'Let children erase online past'
A campaign promotes the idea that children should be able to delete their online past.

New fast memory tech outraces flash
A new kind of computer memory that is up to 1,000 times faster than flash storage is to go on sale in 2016, helping scientists and games developers alike.

First English US founders identified
Scientists identify the remains of four English men who were among the early leaders of Virginia's Jamestown settlement - the first successful British colony.

How to become a Great British Baker
How do you make it on to the Great British Bake Off?

Human trafficking: Lives for sale
Four women tell how they were duped by traffickers

App tries to stop university drop-outs
Students at the Open University will have their working patterns monitored to see if they need extra support during their course.

Android bug affects 'billion' phones
A bug in the Android mobile operating system is discovered by researchers, who say it affects nearly a billion devices.

A deadly trail of polonium
What is the inside story behind the murder of Alexander Litvinenko?

Why did HSBC shut down bank accounts?
Last year international banking giant HSBC suddenly closed the bank accounts of several prominent British Muslims. Why?

Where Hunting Dogs Rest
Martin Usborne documents the plight of abandoned Spanish hunting dogs

Week in pictures: 18-24 July 2015
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.

Your pictures: Derelict
Readers' photographs on the theme of derelict.

Nomads in Niger
Photographer Terri Gold documents the Wodaabe and Tuareg nomadic communities of West Africa with infrared imagery

VIDEO: Health Committee
The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.

Picturing England
Images from the photographic archive of Historic England on show at Birmingham Library.

In pictures: Discarded drug baggies
Dan Giannopoulos's photographs of bags used to hold drugs, found on the streets of London.

Your pictures: Hidden
Readers' photographs on the theme of hidden
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