Plopsa opens theme park in Poland

Plopsa opens theme park in Poland

The operator of the Flemish theme Park Plopsa has opened a new theme Park in Poland. The new Park is located in Torzym and is called Majal and Kownaty. A total of 20 million euros have been invested in the new Park. “Majaland Kownaty” is the Plopsa Group’s first park in Poland. The park was opening on Saturday evening with an opening’s show. Plopsa Group’s CEO Steve Van den Kerkhof told VRT News that “We have been looking forward tot his moment for a long time. The result is great…

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The Ministry of Defence is taking Google to court over the satellite pictures

The Ministry of Defence is taking Google to court over the satellite pictures

The Belgian Ministry of defense must file a lawsuit against the Internet giant Google over its practice of refusing to blur some of the Ministry’s locations on its satellite photos on Google maps and Google Earth. In theory, Google will respond to private requests asking for private addresses, car number plates and even individuals to be blurred on the Street View application of its Google Maps software. The decision is in keeping with Belgian privacy laws. The same measures are also available to military sites such as the Nato headquarters…

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Israel’s warnings to Iran fail to get across to EU

Israel’s warnings to Iran fail to get across to EU

Last week, at the UN General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed intelligence information about Iran’s activities in the region. His warnings to Iran and Hezbollah, its confidant in Lebanon, for playing with fire failed to reach the EU, which remains committed to a nuclear deal with Iran and does business with the country. In Israel, Netanyahu’s diplomatic offensive was largely welcomed by the opposition although it lacked any ideas or initiatives about resuming the peace process with the Palestinians. According to Israeli reports, Iran has stored equipment and…

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