inform.kz. "Foreign Ministry to defend rights of Kazakh woman gang raped in India"- Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministry has issued an official comment regarding the gang rape of a citizen of Kazakshtan, the press service of the agency informs. According to reports, three men suspected of committing rape against a citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan have been arrested in New Delhi. The Ministry keeps this case under special control. Employees of the consular department of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in India are in contact with the victim and law enforcement agencies in New Delhi for maximum protection of the rights and interests of our citizen.
foxnews.com. “U.S. hopes to open embassy in Cuba by April 10, new round of talks underway”- U.S. and Cuban diplomats talked behind closed doors Monday in a third and possibly last round of negotiations aimed at restoring full diplomatic relations by April 10. The U.S. has said it hopes that full embassies can be opened before April's summit of the Organization of American States in Panama, which presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro both are expected to attend.
robbreport.com. “Dine, Drink, and Dance Below Sea Level” - The Maldives are renowned for pristine beaches and crystalline waters, and now visitors to these exotic islands can dine above the water and dance and drink below at the Niyama resort’s new restaurant and music club. Located in the southwestern atoll of Dhaalu, Niyama is a 40-minute seaplane flight from Male and is situated on Embudhufushi and Olhuveli islands. The resort’s newest additions are the restaurant Edge, which juts up above the ocean, and Subsix, below, a nightclub with panoramic views of the surrounding Maldivian marine life.
express.co.uk. “House on uninhabited island with its own private beach on sale - for just 5P” - THIS house on a desolate island and with its own private beach in one of Norway's most beautiful scenic spots has been put on the market - for just 5P. But the sale comes with one condition - the person agrees to return the "catastrophic" house to its former glory. The property, on the Norwegian island of Buoya, has been empty since the last tenant moved out in the 1970s. It is currently in the hands of Kent Karlsen, who says he wants to see its new owner "put it back in order." He said: "I had hoped to patch it up but it just never happened, and it seems a real shame that such a beautiful property is now falling apart and nobody is getting any benefit from it.