New ban expected to be imposed by Trump today
Today, U.S. President Donald Trump will likely unveil a new version of his order regarding immigration, according to this document Iraq will not be included in a list of the countries, on which travel restrictions are imposed, The New York Times reports on Monday.
Four missiles launched by North Korea on Monday, provoking Japan
On the 6th of March, North Korean militaries launched four more missiles at 7:36 a.m. local time, what was considered as a provocation at the time of joint military exercises conducted on the country’s border by the United States and South Korea, The Washington Post reports on Monday.
Prices of houses in Greater Toronto Area surge by 27.7%
Re-sale housing prices saw this winter a dramatic growth of 27.7% in Toronto area, Canada, The Star reports. Last month the price reached $875,983, compared to the previous period last year, and $105,238 more than in January.
Police searches Caterpillar offices in Illinois
On Thursday, police arrived in headquarters of Caterpillar, an American corporation developing, producing and selling machinery, engines, financial products and insurance, to conduct a search within an investigation over its Swiss subsidiary CSARL.
Trump International Hotel is burning
On Friday morning, a fire broke out at Trump International Hotel and Tower, The News York Daily News reports with the reference to local authorities.
Greece asks World Bank for financial aid to tackle unemployment
The Greek authorities have asked the World Bank for financial aid in the amount of 3 billion euro to address the issue of high unemployment in the country, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing anonymous representatives of the Greek government.
UK needs to insulate 25 million houses until 2050
About 25 million homes in the United Kingdom will not meet the standards of thermal insulation by the middle of this century, according to a report prepared for the UK Parliament.
Spanish builders rush to European equipment auctions
Spanish construction firms increasingly participate in equipment auctions, and in 2016, a total of 1,017 Spanish buyers participated in auctions outside Spain, what is 22% more than in 2015, Bloomberg reports on Friday.
Danish and Norwegian Foreign Ministers head for Arctic Forum in Russia
Foreign Ministers of Denmark and Norway have confirmed their participation in a forum entitled: “The Arctic: territory of dialogue”, which will be held in the Russian city of Arkhangelsk on March 29-30, Ambassador for special assignments of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Vladimir Barbin, said on Thursday.
Gazprombank to credit Central Ring Road in Moscow region
Gazprombank, the third largest bank in the Russian Federation, will become a creditor of the third section of the Central Ring Road, Vedomosti newspaper wrote on Thursday with reference to director general of Road Construction Corporation (ASK) Denis Anisimov.
Construction of Kerch Bridge financed by more than 50%
Construction of a bridge across the Kerch Strait has been funded in amount of 116 billion rubles (approximately $2 billion), or more than 50% of a total project volume, the press office of “Taman” federal state enterprise reported on Thursday.