Kushner No Longer Number One Trump Advisor

Jared Kushner has been a key figure in the Trump administration. His portfolio as the president’s advisor had him play a pivotal role in the administration’s foreign policy. Top among his successes include liaising with Mexico and brokering the Middle East peace deal. As an advisor,…

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N. Korea sending Syria material for chemical warfare.

In an alarming report from CNN, North Korea has been sending Syria “acid-resistant tiles, valves and thermometers” – all of which could be used for chemical weapons. This information was contained in a report by a United Nations panel of experts and relayed by an unnamed diplomat…

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Germans question Germany’s refugee policies in wake of terror attacks

The last decade in Germany has been one that will probably be remembered as Germany’s golden age. However, this progress seems to have started to recede as a result of some policies, especially the one concerning refugees. Germans question the fact that allowing hundreds of thousands of…

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Top 3 players of the LPGA Classic in Galloway, N.J. June 3-5

On the beautiful Bay Course at the Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey, the LPGA Classic took place on June 3-5, 2016. Now, there were so many appealing things that took place at the venue. There was lots of golf, lots of money in prizes, and, of course, the top golf women…

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Muslim students forced to follow Swiss handshake rule

The decision of exempting Muslim students from shaking hands with their female teachers (a Swiss tradition) caused uproar in the country last month. The education authorities in the Northern Swiss municipality of Therwil in the canton of Basel-Country determined the controversial ruling should…

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Abrini arrested Paris attack suspect

The recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels resonated around the world, and were some of the deadliest carried out within the west since 9/11. Following the attacks, authorities have gone after those responsible; not just to achieve justice, but even more importantly, to gain information…

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Two Canadian women held in Panama prison

Two Canadians, Natalia Stachowiak, a 21 year-old from Edmonton, and 27 year-old Calgarian, Christina Jocko are in a Panamanian prison. Their case has been in process by the federal government since November, 2014. They have been waiting for a judgement for two years to serve the sentence in their…

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The attack on Bacha Khan University

The attack on Bacha Khan University by the Pakistani Taliban has been another terrible disaster among many perpetrated by the terrorist group. The Pakistani Taliban has set fires to schools and they have opened fire at school children. The peak of these attacks started during December of 2014 when…

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Japan Parliament Approves Legislation that Loosens Post World War II Constraints

With growing security concerns, the approval of Japan’s parliament finally relaxes post-World War II constraints involving military. This is indeed incredible. In the past, this issue has led to many street protests questioning the authorities about their stance on the issue. There was a lot…

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Canadians Take A Step To Green Future With Renewable Fuel

SBI BioEnergy, Inc. took the first steps towards the establishment of a refinery worth $10 million in Edmonton Industrial Park in Edmonton, Canada. The proposed refinery is to produce fuel in the form of diesel and jet fuel from fat and grease. The pulp and paper industry is known to give out a…

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Greece Proposes Economic Reforms In Return For A Reprieve From Debt

In a bid to secure a bailout from the debt it has accumulated from its cousins in Europe, the Greek government came up with a couple of proposals for economic reforms. This was in the nick of time for the acceptance of some austerity measures by the Greeks in return for a bailout by EU members. Some…

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Discussions In Vienna Hold The Key To Iran-US Nuclear Deal

Neither the US, nor the Iranians seem to be in a hurry to finalize the modalities of the proposed nuclear agreement between Iran and the US. The two nations are on a joint mission to complete the formalities of an agreement to curb sanctions on Iran in exchange for imposition of restrictions on the…

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Mexican Migrants Send More Foreign Funds Than Made From Sale Of Oil In Mexico

Money sent home by Mexican migrant workers employed in different capacities across the States seems to be more than what Mexico can make from selling oil. The state oil company, Pemex, has made only $8.6 billion in exports. This is compared to the $10 billion the Mexicans send home to their…

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El Nino Effect Results in Less Precipitation at Central America

El Nino development is hitting the economy of many tropical countries. The coffee growing belts in the Colombia have not been watered enough to survive in last two weeks. As the El Nino effect goes stronger, the experts have said that there will be less rainfall during the harvest time. This means…

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  	Iran-US Nuclear Deal Likely To Be Concluded By July 9 Amidst Concerns For Supply Of Arms To Iran

The important point in finishing the Iran-US deal before July 9 is not to give the US Congress a chance to get to review the deal for 60 consecutive days. Negotiations in Vienna are on in this direction. There still are some important differences that are to be ironed out before the final deal can…

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The Rising Incidence Of Myopia In The US Pushes The Popularity Of Optometrists To The Zenith

The rise in cases of myopia among the populace in America is largely attributed to the altered lifestyle ushered in by the use of computers and television, though there is a genetic predisposition for the disorder of the eye. If you have myopia, you are going to face problems like seeing traffic…

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Congress needs to sanction money to train Syrian rebels against ISIS

The fight against the Islamic States is about go on the next level in the middle east. The United States military is planning to give the jihadist group taste of their own medicine. The training camps are full of Syrian rebels eager to fight ISIS. More than 100 moderate rebels from Syria are gearing…

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Fire In California Kept Firefighters Busy For A Long Time Before It Was Tamed

A team of about 130 firefighters fought their way through flames touching the sky while the night went by in their attempt to douse a fire thought to have been initiated by fireworks. The fire proved to be a big threat to a number of homes in the city of Vacaville. The fire was entirely tamed on…

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10 year Anniversary of Bombings

Ten years ago 52 people lost their lives during several suicide bomb attacks in London, performed by four male Islamist. Like we mentioned above 52 people had lost their lives and 700 people were injured in those attacks. This is Great Britain’s worst terrorist incident since 1988, so…

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MQ-1 Predator Pilots Committed Mistakes Which Resulted in Crash

MQ-1 Predator pilots committed some serious mistakes which ultimately led to its crash. The crew was flying over Syria for an intelligence operation and it was shot down due to number of errors. The press is being informed by U.S. European Command that the crash happened on March 17 was clearing due…

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Sirra Leone Continues To Wage A War Against Ebola Virus Despite The Unhealthy Habits Of Its Citizens

Serra Leone's tirade against the Ebola virus is far from over as men and women continue to spell doom for themselves aboard the bus of lust and religion. Those surviving the infection have been issued advisories to avoid indulging in sex for about three months from their recovery. The virus is…

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US Military to train moderate rebels in Syria to fight ISIS

The United State’s counter-terrorism policies have been criticized world over. The military has now found new way to counter the Islamic State in Syria. The ongoing civil war in the Syria has left thousands dead and homeless. The U.S. Department of Defense officials announced that the moderate…

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Military drones would be used for civilian purposes soon

Helicopter drone program by U.S. Marine Corps was a great success and therefore the mission period has been increased from six months to 33 months. Aerospace major Kaman made K-MAX unmanned helicopters for the military. Couple of these drones has survived for three years in the Afghanistan. The…

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European Union’s leaked paper shows ambitious clean energy goals

The renewable energy is the key to fight the global warming and Europe is at the forefront of clean energy revolution. European countries are setting tough targets for green electricity. The recent draft commission paper informed about the efforts. The leaked document also pointed out that the…

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Harry Potter Fans Have To Wait Till 2016 For The Release Of The Play Featuring The Wizard

The year 2016 is to bring some surprises for the fans of the young wizard, Harry Potter. English author J K Rowling has announced the relaunch of the wizard, Harry Potter, in a new avatar in a stage play to be enacted in London's West End. Those willing to be a part of the play as an audience…

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US Military Plans Huge Exercise in Alaska

Annual military drills are important to keep the armed forces on toe. Sudden war situation can shock the resting military and indirectly contributes to defeat. Around 200 military aircrafts gathered around Alaska to conduct an annual training exercise. The Gulf of Alaska is expected to witness…

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 Puppies and heroin

Dogs are one of the most amazing animals in the world and majority of people simply love them. Still you can always find other group of people who use them for their twisted plans and who have nothing against animal cruelty. Luckily these people cannot do this forever, because at some point, someone…

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Heating

Global Warming is that the increase of Earth's average surface temperature attributable to result of greenhouse gases, like dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels or from deforestation, that lure heat that may otherwise throw off Earth. Observational proof from all continents and most…

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Kurds Want The Iran-US Nuclear Deal To Contain Clauses Recognizing Human Rights

The Kurds have been picked up as agents of opposition by those against the deal in a final bid to scuttle the ensuing talks leading to a final nuclear deal between the western powers and Iran. The Kurds want the recognition of human rights as a part of the deal. The deal is in a position of some…

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Sanctions Imposed On Russia In Wake Of Its Ukrainian Adventures To Continue Till January 2016

Foreign ministers claiming allegiance to the European Union decided to renew sanctions imposed on Russia while in Luxembourg in the wake of its activities in Crimea and eastern Ukraine. The sanctions imposed on Russia are now extended till January. The act drew criticism from Russian quarters. The…

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Nine Endangered Fin Whales Dead In Alaska

The Alaska has been at the focal point of the green activist since the controversial sea drilling plans by Shell. The activists have been shouting about the destruction of complex ecology of the region due to the same. Now scientists based in Alaska are exploring the reasons behind nine fin…

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Puerto Rico Faces Financial Crisis

The Puerto Rico is going through several financial troubles. In order to help the struggling government on the island, the congress is planning to form a control board. The federal intervention is on its way to normalize the situation. A South Carolina Republican, Jeffrey D. Duncan informed fellow…

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Protests against Shell’s arctic drilling grow in the Seattle

If drilling of Arctic becomes a reality, it would be the biggest environmental disaster in the history, considering the Shell’s environmental record. The deep-sea oil drilling rig by Shell was about to enter in the port of Seattle recently but it left the port now and met with harsh protests.…

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Carlos Gathers Momentum As It Rushes Across Mexican Beaches

Tropical storm Carlos was in the making when strong waves threatened to crash against the beaches of Mexico on the Pacific coast. There was a rush among the denizens to collect their belongings in the wake of a storm brewing in the heavens. The storm was a bit slow to gain momentum, but when it did,…

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Government reject Exxon request to reconsiders it penalty due to Montana oil spill

The Exxon Corporation is one of the biggest energy sector players in the United States. The energy companies have abused the ecologies in country for many years now. In an effort to maximize profit, these big corporations have avoided even safely standards to its employees. The British Petroleum oil…

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Debate On The Deal Continues In US Senate With Proponents And Opponents Flinging Mud At Each Other

The US Senate continues debate on finalising the nuclear deal with Iran even as it rejected an amendment that required US President Barack Obama to take comprehensive responsibility of Iran not being involved in any terrorist activity. The condition is likely to have jeopardized all hopes of the…

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Malaysian Airlines Dumps A380 Even As Airbus Faces Losses In Popularity Of A380

Even as Airbus A380 celebrated 10 years of flying in the skies, Malaysian Airlines is seriously considering on putting its fleet of six Airbus A380s in close pursuit of its policy discouraging a long-haul. Speculations are rife of the fleet being leased or sold out as a part of the restructuring…

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A Joint Arab Military Force On The Anvil As Faith In US And Western Powers Ebbs

Three months time may see the upcoming of a joint Arab military force. This is going to wither all speculations of a divisions among Arab states, but at the same time, it is being viewed as another hand at gaining attention. All the same, Arab states are bent on giving shape to their dream of a…

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Senator Exposes Defense Department’s Inaction In Case Of Crimes Against Women

The US Defense Department underreports crimes against civilian women and spouses of service members living in the vicinity of military facilities, as per Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a US Senator who was vociferous in her criticism of Pentagon's refusal to provide exact information on the number…

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Prison Walls And Security System Was Insufficient To Keep Inmates In

The hole that had been cut through the prison cell wall was done with professional accuracy. Sweat and Matt either had professional help at hand, or were themselves skilled at the trade. The two prisoners emerged through the hole in the wall, found their way through a steam pipe before they jumped…

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Search for a woman in photograph

In 1946, people had seen a photo of a little girl, it was a black and white picture where you could see a child standing and looking in the distance. It’s been almost 70 years and it seems like people are still curious to find out who that girl is. There is a group called Tu Bylo,Tu Stalo and…

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Woman Who Dumped Apple 1 worth USD 200,000 Being Sought to Receive Her Cut

The woman who dumped a rare Apple 1 computer is being sought and a recycling facility will pay her USD 100,000, her cut of the sale. The computer was sold to a private collector. The woman left the computer in boxes in the company called CleanBayArea one month ago. She did not, however, leave any…

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Nepal tremor

On 25th April 2015 A man tremor hit Nepal and executed 8,800 individuals and more than 23000 were harmed. It hit Nepal with 7.8 size. It was the most noticeably bad fiasco. Several individuals got to be homeless,whole towns flattened,9th structures were obliterated. Geophysicists has cautioned…

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Guadalcanal Campaign

The Guadalcanal Campaign is also known as the Operation Watchtower and the Battle of Guadalcanal. It was fought between 7 August 1942 and 9 February 1943. The Battle of Guadalcanal was fought in the World War II on the island of Guadalcanal. This battle is known because it was the first major…

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U.S. Armed force Corps gets reasonable beating over Cuyahoga River dig squeeze

On account of an auspicious, pointed and bizarre government court order against the U.S. Armed force Corps – six miles that associate parts of mechanical Cleveland (and the ArcelorMittal steel plant) to the world - will be dug in an auspicious way, and the lethal dregs set in a kept transfer…

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Drone Strikes on terrorist abroad

The passing’s of an Italian and an American in a secretive CIA automaton strike in Pakistan — and the expository twisting needed by the president when he educated the world — have inhaled new earnestness into a since quite a while ago slowed down arrangement to give the Pentagon…

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Assets of US army

The armed forces most basic vehicle is the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HHMWV), normally called the Humvee, which is fit for serving as a load/troop bearer, weapons state. They work a wide assortment of battle bolster vehicles, a standout amongst the most widely recognized sorts…

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US Congress Finally Gets A Fair Deal In The Iran-US Nuclear Deal

US Congress finally got a say in the ensuing negotiations with Iran regarding a nuclear deal when the Senate gave Congress the powers to reject the deal. The legislation was voted 98-1. The law has been made well in time before the framework agreement between Iran and the US can be given the shape…

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Remains Of Those Smuggled For Trafficking Discovered In Thailand Make It Worst In This Context

A single male survivor besides more than 30 graves with remains of humans is all that could be recovered from a detention camp in south Thailand. The survivor is not said to be in the pink of his health. The ordeal has been quite heavy on the man believed to be from Burma. The camp is in the Sadao…

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Arabic Used To Counter A Dominant Sanitation Problem In Bangladesh

The problem of countering men from urinating in public places in Bangladesh seems to have been solved by putting up signs in Arabic, the language of the holy Quran. This is another way to flirt with the sentiments of the Diaspora in Bangladesh in an effort to discourage them from something viewed by…

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Indonesia Bans Its Workers To Work As Domestic Helpers In 21 Countries

The government of Indonesia managed to earn the ire of migrant worker groups when it implemented a ban on Indonesians being employed as domestic servants in 21 countries across the world, particularly in countries in the Middle East. The move aims to reduce the physical and sexual abuse domestic…

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DARPA Develops A Bullet That Seeks Its Targets While Hitting Bull’s Eye

"Dodging a bullet" may be history with the development of a self-steering bullet by the US military last week. These bullets of 0.50-caliber projectiles are laced with optical sensors that make them deliver results with miraculous accuracy. They passed all possible live-fire tests that…

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Boko Haram Holds As Many As 677 Women And Children Captives

The number of rescued women and girls shot up to more than 677 when sources in the Nigerian military confirmed rescuing 234 more girls and women from a bastion maintained by the Boko Haram in northeast Nigeria. A round of air raids coupled with ground operations were successful in unearthing the…

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Police Clash With Protestors Using Teargas In Istanbul On May Day

Defiants of the ban on protesting on May Day in Turkish capital, Istanbul, had to face the ire of the local police in an attempt to march to Istanbul's Taksim Square in the form of tear-gas and water-cannons. A security lockdown forced local police in Istanbul to create manned barricades around…

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Inability To Combat Human Trafficking In Thailand Puts The Country In “Tier 3

Dozens of shallow graves and six corpses were discovered from a jungle camp in southern Thailand. An injured survivor was also rescued from the area. The area is synonymous with human trafficking involving movement of Rohingya Muslims and Bangladeshis to third world countries to work as labourers. A…

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Bashar Assad Attacking Innocent Civilians To Deflect Attention From Main Issue

In a desperate bid to retain power, Syrian President Bashar Assad is busy launching attacks on civilian and enemy lines alike while he is allegedly waging a civil war against rebel forces in his country. The recent spate of violence signals a shift in the direction of the war being waged against…

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Australia And Brazil React To Executions Of Drug Smugglers In Indonesia

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop revealed how drug smuggling proved to be expensive for two Australian citizens who found themselves executed in Indonesia on Tuesday. The executed included some Brazilian citizens too, so they have been met with criticism from the Brazilian government too.…

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Israel Launches Air Strikes On Border With Syria Fearing Unrest Triggered By Terrorists

Israeli officials are believed to have seen militants armed with bombs on the Syrian border with Israel. This was the reason it cited for the air strikes on Golan Heights on Sunday. A group of terrorists armed with explosives aimed at Israeli troops were on their way to the border between Israel and…

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Gadkari Assures Of Compensation And Employment If Land Bill Sees The Light Of The Day

Pushing for the proposed land bill among the farmers, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said once the bill becomes a law, there is likely to be more avenues for employment of the farming community and a greater amount of compensation for farmers who lose their land. The passage of the bill is believed to…

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Issue Of Gay Marriages Rocks State And Federal Structure In The US

A judgement by the US Supreme Court on the constitutional validity of gay marriages by some states like Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennesee is believed to have profound impact on same-sex marriages in the US, but is expected to come in the last week of June. The court's verdict is supposed to…

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Kickbacks Received By Petrobras Return To Haunt The Company’s Treasurer

Engineering firms working for Petrobras, the state-oil company, had overcharged the oil firm. The profits made in this manner were passed on to the Workers' Party. This has been going on for the past 15 years. They ended up as funds provided to the political party. They have become the bone of…

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America North Texas Shootout

Only two days after her 18th birthday, Lydia Ko got her best present. The interesting fact is, she supplied that present by herself. She defeated Morgan Pressel at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic Presented by CTBC. Ko managed to achieve this victory by defeating Pressel on the second hole and won…

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Rio De Janerio Teachers Take To The Streets To Protest Against Proposed Cuts In Pension

More than 150 people besides 20 officers serving in the police force had to be treated for injuries following a melee let lose by a potent and deadly combination of rubber bullets, tear gas and grenades over a group of teachers protesting a change in their pensions in Rio De Janerio on Wednesday.…

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Calbuco Volcano Erupts In Chile Sending Up Ashes To 12 Miles In The Air

The Calbuco volcano in Chile erupted on two different occasions. The first time was on Wednesday but the second time it exploded with a lot more plosives than the first time. The volcano had been dormant for about 42 years before it became active on two consecutive occasions. Ashes went as high as…

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Internal Strife In African Countries Leads Migrants To European Shores For Safety

Pregnant women from countries like Eretria, Somali and Libya are heading for European shores to give birth to their babies in safe climates. Continued infighting in African countries has pushed several men and women to take the sea-route to European shores, which they consider to be safe. They are…

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Severe Quake In Nepal Shakes Four Different Countries, Claims More Than 1,900 Lives

The number of dead continues to climb upward even as Nepal recovers from one of the worst natural disaster in the form of an earthquake in the country. An avalanche on Mount Everest was the most obvious collateral seen after the earthquake. Severe aftershocks called for immediate attention in the…

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HSBC considers moving out of UK

HSBC (the Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation) Holding PLC, finance and banking giant based in London is threatening to move its headquarter out of UK. The possibility of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union has resulted in this situation. The economic troubles for the bank will increase…

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Russia and Pakistan Draw Closer for the First Time Since Cold War

Cooperation in the defence sector boosted up between Pakistan and Russia when the two nations decided to conduct military exercises in collaboration with each other. This is a clear sign of the two erstwhile foes coming together. The two countries decided to shed off their baggage of mistrust and…

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Germany Wants a Declaration Obliging Russia to Comply with Ukraine Ceasefire Deal

According to two high-ranked officials, Germany alongside other countries wants to sign a declaration demanding from Russia to respect the ceasefire deal in Ukraine. They added that the sanctions will not be annulled otherwise. The leaders of the EU member-states are to meet in Brussels next…

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Lakhvi’s Release From Jail For Lack Of Sufficient Proof Draws International Criticism

The release of Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi by a court in Pakistan has drawn sharp criticism from international quarters. He was housed in Pakistani garrison city of Rawalpindi. The 55-year-old allegedly masterminded the entire operation involving 10 LeT men from a base in…

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U.S. to Remove Cuba from the List of Terrorism Sponsors

According to a U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee source, the State Department has proposed to President Barack Obama that he removes Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism. Obama said during a short stay in Jamaica that he was waiting for his advisors to step forward with their…

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David Cameron Wants Tougher Laws to Ban Muslim Brotherhood

According to some sources, British Prime Minister David Cameron will propose changing the laws regarding the ban of extremist groups like Muslim Brotherhood, a move that Egypt already made. Currently there are no laws in the United Kingdom which allow prohibition of dangerous groups. Downing Street…

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Yahoo! Stopping its Operations in China

Hundreds of workers will be laid off due to Yahoo!'s decision to pull the plug on its Chinese operations. The Yahoo! office in Beijing had the role of serving as a R&D center for the internet giant in the region. Yahoo! said in a statement that the company is trying to align resources and…

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Portugal Gave Back 22 Percent of Its Bailout Debt

Portugal reimbursed EUR 6.6 billion as part of repaying its bailout loans. This amounts to 22 percent of Portugal's bailout debt secured partly by IMF. The reimbursement took place in the past few weeks thanks to record-low bond yields, said the IGCP state agency. As previously said, a third of…

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Serbia Could Stop Benefiting from EU Sanctions Imposed on Russia

Although the European Union has imposed sanctions on Russia, there are still several European countries who benefit from their trade with Russia. One of them is Serbia, which is not a member-state. The country's exports of apples to Russia have jumped 48 percent (118,000 tons). However, there…

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Kejriwal Scores Brownie Points Over His First 50 Days In Office

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal celebrates half-century as his government completes 50 days in power on April 4. A Delhi Dialogue Commission (DDC) has been formed, to aid the government in fulfilling the promises it made to the electorate. Provision of subsidy on power and water are some…

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NDA To Remain Tough On Its Stance On Land Bill Come What May

Reiterating the 'pro-farmer' claim of the land bill, BJP chief Amit Shah insisted on the government's tough stance on the bill. President Pranab Mukherjee gave his nod to the re-promulgation of the land acquisition ordinance as it nears the April 5 deadline. The ordinance was to lapse on…

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Croatian Government and MOL to Resume Talks in April over INA Management Rights

The Croatian government and Hungarian MOL oil company are to resume negotiations in April in a bid to put an end to their long-lasting dispute over Croatian INA oil company. While MOL owns 49.1 percent of INA's shares, the Croatian government owns 44.8 percent of the company's shares. There…

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A Comprehensive Ban On Cow-Slaughter Is Not Going To Bring Development To India

While a comprehensive ban on slaughter of bovines is being welcomed by animal-lovers and environmental conversationalists like Union Minister of Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi, it is spelling doom for farmers. The ban has left them without the option to sell their old bovine in exchange…

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Nasheed Loses Faith In Judiciary, But His Followers Continue To Have Faith In The Almighty

Former Mauritian President Mohamed Nasheed has been let to appeal against the judgment of a 13-year imprisonment by a trial court in connection with charges of terrorism. The team of lawyers representing Nasheed and his case in court are of the opinion Nasheed has lost faith in the impartial…

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Signatures Sought On Petition For Nasheed’s Release To Go To Maldivian President Abdulla Yameen

A campaign involving a petition for the release of former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed has been launched by members of Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP). The petition is to be submitted to the incumbent President Abdulla Yameen. Being president, Yameen is in a position to grant pardon to the…

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Four Myths about India's Traffic Crisis

There are, generally speaking, a lot of myths about the congested New Delhi traffic, and traffic in India overall. There is simply something terribly wrong about a flyover in Delhi that needed to be shut down for repairs only 14 years after opening, and the never-ending metro construction. Here are…

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Hong Kong Film Industry Brings USD 2 Billion to GDP, But Could Contribute More

According to an economic impact report, the film and TV industry contributed some USD 2 billion to Hong Kong economy. That is 0.3 percent of Hong Kong's GDP, revealed a research by Oxford Economics. Although it sounds like a lot of money, this figure is actually smaller than in the rest of Asian…

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Murder-Suicide of Entire Family in Gibraltar

An apparent murder-suicide in Gibraltar has resulted in four deaths – a whole family has been stabbed to death. Husband, 37, from Liverpool, and his Spanish wife, alongside two children – one of which is one six weeks old, were found dead with stab injuries after police was alerted by…

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Man accused of planning to attack Toronto

Living in the terrorism era, where cultural differences have the possibility to conduct to conflicts which may develop even further in major events, bringing death upon the ‘opposite’ camp/faith/culture/religion, a recent event has been recorded as a terrorism attempt at the US consulate…

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Iraqi Troops, Militia Retake Strategic Town of Tikrit from Islamic State

On Tuesday, Iraqi troops together with militias retook the town of al-Alam which was under the control of the Islamic State militants, clearing what was perceived by many analyst as a hurdle in their plans of launch an offensive against the Islamic State who are currently in control of Saddam…

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South Korea Police Investigate U.S. Ambassador Attacker’s Visit To North

On Friday, police in South Korea said that they are currently conducting investigations on whether or not the knife attack on the U.S. ambassador to Seoul had something to do with the numerous trips that the assailant has been taking to North Korea adding that the assailant will be facing charges of…

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‘’First humans’’ jawbone found in Ethiopia

When we tough that we finally solve the puzzle of our genesis, scientist found a new clue, which can be reason for a new theory of our genesis. Scientists found a human jawbone, which is 2.8 million years old, 400.000 years older than our species first emerged, according to the researcher’s…

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Dozens of Miners Missing Feared Dead in rebel East Ukraine

A blast which occurred on Wednesday resulted into several miners being trapped underground at a coal mine that is located in eastern Ukraine with rescues saying that the chances of finding any miner alive are very slim. According to authorities the blast, which occurred in one of the areas which are…

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U.S., CUBA TO MEET FOR SECOND ROUND OF NORMALIZATION TALKS

On Friday, officials from the U.S. as well as Cuba are set to meet in Washington D.C. for a second round of talks which are aimed at repairing diplomatic relations between the two countries, amid frictions that Cuba is on the list of countries that sponsors terrorism in the world. The one day talk…

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U.S. ISRAEL TENSION DEEPENS

On Wednesday the judgment of Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu was questioned by U.S. officials stating that the prime minister’s outspoken condemnation of the efforts being made so as to secure a nuclear deal with Iran had injected destructive partisanship into the U.S.…

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Shooter in Copenhagen

The person involved in two shooting attacks in Copenhagen, was released from prison two weeks ago. Some Danish sources confirmed that name of the attacker is Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein. On the other side Copenhagen police said that the attacker was 22 years Dane, with a history of criminal actions.…

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Kayla Muller’s Death- Still a hidden tragedy

Still there is no evidence to come to a conclusion that Kayla Muller was killed by an air strike according to the White house officials. The reports of Islamic State (IS) state that Muller, the US female hostage was killed when the Jordanian jets bombed a house on the outskirts of their Syrian…

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THE POOR IN CROATIA HAD THEIR DEBTS CANCELED

Talk about Christmas coming early. Monday will bring a new dawn for many Croatia’s poor citizens as they will have all their debts wiped-out. The campaign which is dubbed “Fresh-Start” will see the government of Croatia helping out more than 317,000 poor Croatian’s who have…

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Too many cameras in the U.K.

Tony Porter is the government appointed camera surveillance commissioner for England and Wales. Basically his job is to keep an eye on what goes one in the CCTV surveillance domain and make sure things run smooth. Mr. Porter is concerned about the situation of this domain and sees two problems with…

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Hosni Mubarak’s sons released

It’s been four years since the former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has been removed from his position. And it’s only now, one day after the anniversary that his two sons, Gamal and Alaa, have been released from prison. Seeing how the two haven’t been trialed yet they…

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The official ‘Je Suis Charlie’ app

Since Monday you can show your support for freedom of speech through a smartphone app. This app was created in wake of the shootings at the French magazine Charlie Hebdo and since Monday morning it has over 44,000 downloads. The app was developed by developers in Toronto, Canada and is currently…

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Albanian Seamen Die in Ferry Recovery

On Tuesday, two Albanian seamen died while trying to help those on the Italian ferry. These two men were hit by cables that were being used to save passengers on the ferry. A fire broke out on the ferry for unknown reasons and the passengers had to be rescued. These Albanian men were part of the…

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Kushner No Longer Number One Trump Advisor

Kushner No Longer Number One Trump Advisor

Jared Kushner has been a key figure in the Trump administration. His portfolio as the president’s advisor had him play a pivotal role in the administration’s foreign policy. Top among his successes include liaising with Mexico and brokering the Middle East peace deal. As an advisor,…

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N. Korea sending Syria material for chemical warfare.

N. Korea sending Syria material for chemical warfare.

In an alarming report from CNN, North Korea has been sending Syria “acid-resistant tiles, valves and thermometers” – all of which could be used for chemical weapons. This information was contained in a report by a United Nations panel of experts and relayed by an unnamed diplomat…

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Is Mariah Carey contemplating marriage again?

Is Mariah Carey contemplating marriage again?

Mariah Carey, 46, is very excited to be married to her current billionaire boyfriend James Packer, 48. This would be a third marriage for her. Her last husband was singer, actor, celebrity host Nick Cannon to whom she was married for six years and had two children. Mariah discussed her upcoming…

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Nicolas Cage and wife separate

Nicolas Cage and wife separate

Nicolas Cage and his wife, Alice Kim, ended their whirlwind romance after 11 years. Their story was one out of a fairytale novel. He met her at a restaurant where she was a waitress and hardly two months later, he put a ring on her finger. They were soon married at a ranch in Northern California in…

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