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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.

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Current News on the Middle East

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Israel 'Flips' Fresh Kinneret Water for Desalinated Jordan Water
Hundreds of people in Israel have signed a petition against a transfer of some 50 million cubic meters of Kinneret water to Jordan.

'Super Giant' Gas Field Found in Egyptian Waters, Firm Says
An Italian exploration firm searching for gas and oil off Egypt's shores announced Sunday that it had found a huge natural gas deposit.

Jew to Stand Trial for Fighting Back after Ambush
When Noam Federman's car was pelted with rocks, he got out and fought back. Now he will stand trial for damaging a vehicle.

Parents: Fire Teacher Spotted in Arab Riot
Herzl Schubert, a history teacher at a Ramat Gan school, was identified by parents as taking part in the violence at Nabi Salah.

Revitalized Lapid Sees Himself Replacing Netanyahu
Sensing that he may have a chance as Prime Minister, Yair Lapid said that he didn't see the government surviving the year.

Kuwaiti MP: Iran the True Enemy of the Arab States
Gulf state once on good terms with Tehran drifts further away after Iran tries to market disputed oilfield, accused of arming terrorists.

From the Fire of Ukraine's Civil War - A New Jewish Shtetl?
Ukrainian Jewish community mobilizes at a rapid pace to build new Jewish 'camp' for homeless refugees.

Israel Could Have Prevented this Shameful Display
Use of force not so much the issue, expert says - but IDF should be more proactive in exposing the tactics of Arab and leftist provocateurs.

Strikes Suspended in Broadcasting Authority Deal
Deal reached between Communications Ministry and Histadrut on law which would have seen the dismissal of hundreds of IBA employees.

One Injured in Shooting Attack in Samaria
Arab terrorists fired on Israeli motorist driving through Jit Intersection near Kedumim in Samaria.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Plans for Scottish budget delayed
Details of Scottish public spending plans for next year are to be delayed by several months.

Cut GB relay funding - Campbell
Former Olympic champion Darren Campbell says the GB men's relay team should have their funding cut after their latest failure.

Man City sign midfielder De Bruyne
Manchester City sign midfielder Kevin de Bruyne from German side Wolfsburg on a six-year contract for a club-record fee.

Road reopens after air show crash
The A27 in West Sussex is partially reopened after the air crash at Shoreham killed 11 people more than a week ago.

Hynde under fire for rape remarks
Pretenders star Chrissie Hynde comes under fire for comments in an interview suggesting it can be a woman's fault if she is raped.

Neurologist Oliver Sacks dies aged 82
British neurologist and acclaimed author Oliver Sacks dies at the age of 82.

'Massive gas discovery' off Egypt coast
Italian energy group Eni says it has found one of the world's largest natural gas fields off Egypt's coast.

GB quartets both win 4x400m bronze
Great Britain's quartets both win 4x400m relay bronze as the team end the World Championships with seven medals.

Migrants 'vanish' from Austria hospital
Three Syrian children and their families disappear from an Austrian hospital where they were treated after being rescued from an overcrowded minivan.

In pictures: Notting Hill Carnival
Notting Hill transformed into riot of colour and sound for carnival

DJ Evian Christ not playing Reading set
Reading and Leeds bosses have confirmed DJ Evian Christ won't be playing his Reading set.

Free EU movement 'for those with jobs'
EU free movement should mean the "freedom to move to a job" - not to look for work or benefits - Home Secretary Theresa May says.

Russia's leaders in workout session
Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev are pictured working out and sharing breakfast at Mr Putin's summer residence.

VIDEO: Migrants 'pick up litter or face jail'
Residents on the Greek island of Agathonisi say they need help to deal with the large number of refugees arriving there on a daily basis.

VIDEO: GB men win relay bronze on the line
Watch Great Britain's quartet of Rabah Yousif, Delanno Williams, Jarryd Dunn and Martyn Rooney win bronze in the men's 4x400m relay.

Frederick Forsyth reveals spy past
Day of the Jackal author Frederick Forsyth reveals he was working for MI6 for more than 20 years.

X Factor launch in ratings slump
The number of viewers watching the opening episode of this year's X Factor series has fallen by well over one million, in comparison to last year.

VIDEO: Forsyth: My days as an MI6 spy
Author Frederick Forsyth reveals in his autobiography that he used to undertake work for MI6.

Labour must come to its senses - Blair
Tony Blair tells Labour party members to come to their senses and reject the "Alice in Wonderland" politics of Jeremy Corbyn.

Daly in hospital after collapse
Two-time major winner John Daly is taken to hospital after collapsing during a minor tournament in the USA on Saturday.

'Pre-suicide behaviour' identified
Depressed people who display "risky behaviour", agitation and impulsivity are at least 50% more likely to attempt suicide, a study finds.

Gritters prepare for winter weather
Gritting lorries and snowploughs are out and about on Lincolnshire's roads - to prepare for the snow risk season.

VIDEO: Health benefits of a daytime snooze
Researchers say taking forty winks in the middle of the day could reduce blood pressure and stave off heart attacks.

Thailand charges man 'linked to bomb'
Police in Bangkok charge a man in connection with the bomb attack that killed 20 people in the Thai capital nearly two weeks ago.

VIDEO: Children found in van 'recovering'
Three children are recovering in hospital in Austria after being rescued from a minivan containing 26 migrants.

Burnham proposes low pay penalties
Firms could face penalties including higher national insurance payments if they failed to pay a proposed new higher living wage of £11 per hour, Andy Burnham says.

VIDEO: Ten million presidents... and other trends of the week
What were the unusual and noteworthy things that trended online this week?

Does atheism have to be anti-religious?
Does atheism have to be anti-religious?

Les Mis Broadway star dies in fall
The first African-American and youngest person ever to play the lead role in Les Miserables on Broadway, Kyle Jean-Baptiste, dies in a fall.

William Ash: The cooler king
The real story of the PoW played by Steve McQueen

Row over Caribbean dolphin parks plan
Turks and Caicos Islands debates marine mammal park

In pictures: An emotional arrival in Europe
An emotional arrival on the shores of Europe

England's unsung world champions
England's lesser-known world champions

Paid to poo: Combating open defecation in India
Indian scheme aims to encourage better toilet habits

VIDEO: Notting Hill Carnival's greatest hits
What are the biggest and best songs from the Notting Hill Carnival?

VIDEO: Lorry driver's migrant crisis despair
The Calais migrant crisis is costing the road haulage industry £750,000 per day with delays and queues holding up the flow of traffic.

NHS tests implanted sugar monitor
A blood sugar monitor that can stay in the body for five months is being tested on NHS patients with type 1 diabetes.

Rate rise on agenda despite China woes
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the decision on when to raise UK interest rates is still likely to be made at the end of the year, despite China's slowdown.

Don't take Farah dominance for granted
The skill and fitness behind Mo Farah's sporting dominance

VIDEO: Widow's heartfelt cup final tribute
Lizzie Jones, the widow of rugby league player Danny Jones, who died suddenly after being taken ill at a match in May, sings Abide With Me before the Challenge Cup final.

HSBC glitch payments 'all processed'
A computer glitch that delayed 275,000 HSBC payments has now been resolved, the bank tells the BBC.

Drinking water 'no hangover cure'
Snacking or drinking water after a heavy night of drinking alcohol does not prevent a hangover, research on Dutch students suggests.

Speed up autism diagnosis - experts
Children with autism are having to wait an average of three-and-a-half years before diagnosis, while adults wait on average two years, experts say.

Year-long 'Mars isolation' begins
A team of Nasa recruits begins a year-long isolation in a dome near a barren volcano in Hawaii, to simulate life on Mars.

Satellite image of IS destruction
A French satellite system pictures a pile of rubble where the ancient Temple of Baalshamin at Palmyra in Syria used to stand.

David Sillito: Questioning the vitality of Britain's TV industry
The Edinburgh TV Festival agenda is dominated by the future of the BBC and the health of the British industry.

VIDEO: How safe is it to eat burgers rare?
The Food Standards Agency is proposing new guidelines that would allow for restaurants to serve burgers rare.

Weekend Edition: The week's best reads
The week's best reads

Ashley Madison founder steps down
The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.

Ghana universities 'targeted by IS'
Ghana's authorities are investigating several universities over links to suspected recruitment for the so-called Islamic State (IS), officials say.

Instagram images no longer all square
Instagram is allowing its 300 million users to post landscape and portrait videos and pictures, as well as squares, for the first time.

Analysis: Sizing up the Lords
The House of Lords is under the spotlight, with David Cameron set to create up to 40 new peers amid renewed calls for reform.

Are these England's most beautiful pubs?
Bar beauty from the inter-war years - now listed

In pictures: Agatha Christie: Unfinished Portrait
Previously unseen and rare photographs of the author

How 'MacGyver' became a verb
It's made it to the Oxford Dictionaries.

Primary pupils' results edge upwards
The performance of children in England in tests at the end of primary school edges upwards, the government announces.

Kullervo: Tolkien's fascination with Finland
The dark tale of Kullervo reveals that Tolkien's Middle Earth was inspired not only by England and Wales… but also by Finland.
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