Several bars in downtown Reykjavík ran out of beer while serving thirsty US sailors and marines who were in port over the weekend participating in the NATO military exercises Trident Juncture.
Bars in downtown Reykjavík ran out of beer serving thirsty US sailors and marines
An armed man has robbed a bank in the world's northernmost settlement on Norway's remote Arctic archipelago of Svalbard but he was caught shortly afterwards, authorities said on Friday.The heist was the first ever bank robbery in living memory in the territory, which is located in the Arctic Ocean, about halfway between continental Norway and the North Pole.
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"Our vision is that by 2020 no one should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car."
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With the costs of payments, insurance, and repairs, owning your own car can be a hassle. Vilnius-based car-sharing startup CityBee relieves you of these concerns by letting you easily rent a car through its app, starting at just €.14 per minute.[...]After acquiring all the planned vehicles, the Lithuanian startup will become one of the largest providers of car-sharing services in all of Europe, alongside giants like DriveNow, which is owned by BMW and has 6,000 cars.
''We had been monitoring suspects during the World Cup, round-the-clock, and we saw these five athletes on a regular basis with organised criminal groups, both before and during World Cup," Mr Csefan said, adding that a total of 120 people were involved in investigations and seizures, and 16 locations had been searched.
On Saturday, June 13, one of the largest law enforcement searches in Latvia's history took place in ABLV Bank-related addresses, Latvian Television reported on June 13. [...]In 2018, the Latvian State Police opened a criminal case on possible money laundering schemes at ABLV Bank, which was then undergoing a liquidation process following U.S. allegations of large-scale money laundering.Latvia's anti-corruption force was in action January 28, 2020, with a raid on the offices of ABLV bank.Later in the day the LETA newswire reported the raids were related to suspicions of the laundering of several hundred million euros through ABLV Bank.[...]Bauska did not specify in which specific criminal case involving ABLV Bank the searches were conducted on Saturday, as there are dozens of pending cases, but the investigation is very complicated and extensive.
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Belgazprombank is majority owned by Russia's state-run Gazprom natural gas company and Gazprombank, which is affiliated with it. The raid on the bank highlighted growing frictions between Lukashenko and the Kremllin.
Sweden: Churchbells ringing at night due to technical failure
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