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In the Moscow zoo born cubs Egyptian flying dog

Two adorable cubs of the Nile Pteropus (Egyptian flying dogs) were born in the Moscow zoo on 22 July, reported RIA Novosti in the press service of the institution.

The zoo added that the zoologists once visited the kids and identified their gender. A girl named tango, boy – March.

The case of MH17 on the merits will not commence before 2021

The proceedings of the crash Malaysian Boeing (flight MH17) in Eastern Ukraine will essentially begin no earlier than 2021, said the Prosecutor's office of the Netherlands.

"The trial of MH17 will continue on 31 August 2020.... It is expected that hearings will not begin until 2021," reads the message published on the website of the Prosecutor's office.

Clip Little Big became the most popular on the YouTube-channel of Eurovision

Music video of the band Little Big for the song "Uno" became the most viewed on the official YouTube-channel of Eurovision, gaining more than 134 million views, the team announced on Monday.

"The video for the song "Uno" scored more than 134 million views and is now the most viewed video on the official YouTube channel of the Eurovision", - said in Instagram group.

In the Netherlands there will be a bridge from waste printed on a 3D printer

The power of Rotterdam (Netherlands) announced that it will install a new bridge, printed on a 3D printer out of recycled materials, according to Euro-Pulse.

Its length is 6.5 meters, it will be by the end of 2020 in the Park, Kralingse BOS.

In the Netherlands, the activists damaged several statues

A group of activists opposed the "glorification of the Dutch colonial regime", painted with red paint several statues and walls center for contemporary art Witte de wit in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, the newspaper reports NL Times.

Activists poured red paint and painted the words "killer" and "thief" the pedestal of the statue of the Admiral of the Dutch West India Company and member of the 80 year war in the Netherlands Piet Hein Peterson. According to activists, Hain was a key figure in the trade and transportation of slaves from Africa across the Atlantic ocean.