Posts tagged as find

Competition: Flixbus will find the Baltic market difficult

Friday, February 14, 2020

Competitors believe Europe’s largest coach operator Flixbus will have a hard time on the Baltic market as international lines have to compete with cheap airline tickets. Operators have dialed back Tallinn-Berlin lines as they have not proved profitable. Flixbus founded Flixbus Estonia OÜ in December of last year. The company is run by Michal Jakub Leman and Nikolai Alexandrovic Voitiouk-Blum. Flixbus plans to launch long-distance lines from Tallinn to Central…

Hikers answer plea to find wedding ring lost on mountaintop

Thursday, November 28, 2019

A man’s quest to find his wedding ring on a 4,000-foot snow-covered mountain in New Hampshire has been completed by a couple of hikers — and a metal detector. WMUR-TV reports Bill Giguere, of Massachusetts, recently lost the gold band on Mount Hancock. Giguere, who had been wearing it for three years, put out a plea to a hiking group for help. Tom Gately saw the post but had doubts…

Jury to find what Katy Perry owes for hit they say she stole

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Jurors are set to hear closing arguments before deciding how much Katy Perry, her collaborators and her record label owe the writers of a Christian rap song over her hit “Dark Horse.” Lawyers for Perry and for the rapper, Marcus Gray, will make their final cases to jurors on Thursday and are likely to present wildly different numbers. Gray’s attorneys have emphasized the tens of millions brought in by the…

Archeologists find two column bases of Great Synagogue of Vilnius

Monday, July 15, 2019

Archeologist have found the bases of two columns of the Great Synagogue of Vilnius, Vilnius Municipality announced on Friday. The columns are part of the bimah – a raised central platform for Torah readings. People will be able to see the new discoveries on Wednesday. “We have discovered one of the holiest parts of the building. These columns would be 9 meters high in the past. The unveiled place is…

Homeland Security, Democrats seem to find rare common ground after Central America trips

By Anne Flaherty on Thursday, February 21, 2019

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen traveled to Central America this week where her message wasn’t all that different from several Democrats’.Their answer? More should be done to protect Central American families in the first place, so fewer seek refuge in the United States.The comments in recent days by Nielsen and Democratic lawmakers suggests there’s rare common groundon what’s mostly been an explosive and divisive political issue. It’s also in contrast to President Donald Trump’s past…

Defence Forces fail to find Spanish Eurofighter missile in Endla reserve

Monday, August 13, 2018

After a thorough search, the Estonian Defence Forces (EDF) on Saturday concluded their effort to find a missile a Spanish Eurofighter accidentally fired earlier this week in the Endla nature reserve. They found neither the missile nor any evidence that it could have reached the ground in the area. The search for the missile’s possible place of impact will be continued using the Air Force’s resources, spokespeople at the headquarters…