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Just a week ago, all eyes were on Brazil for all the right reasons - the Olympic Games. However, this was not a good a time for ousting Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff. The country’s Senate was voting to have her impeached from office. As of August 3, 2016, more than three-quarters of…

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Andrea Leadsom recently left the position of Conservative Party leader. This paves the way for Theresa May becoming the next prime minister of the United Kingdom. May is now the Conservative Party leader and she will become the second woman to serve Britain as prime minister. Her colleagues have…

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Three Syrian men suspected of planning a terrorist attack were arrested in Germany six days ago. The plan was plotted to attack Dusseldorf for the Islamic State. On Feb. 1 this year, a fourth Syrian man turned himself in Paris and provided intel on the attack. For four months, a plan to arrest the…

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Impeachment of a politician at the level of a President or Prime Minister doesn’t happen very often, but Brazil is looking at that distinct possibility. Dilma Rousseff is the current President, and is facing massive pressure from millions of citizens to leave. The issue at hand is the…

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Iditarod races are a thing of beauty if you are a dog lover, and they are a popular activity in Alaska. Unfortunately, something horrific occurred during a recent race. A man on a snowmobile hit two teams of dogs, injuring three and killing one. When this news was first released, the story was…

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Wooly mammoths date back to pre-historic times. Many remains have been found frozen in the tundra over the years. The tusks of these huge beasts have been measured up to 15 feet long and it is estimated an adult mammoth could weigh between 5 and 7 tons. Recently, researchers from Russia have…

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Global warming is a serious issue and it has been increasingly the focus of politicians in the last couple of years. Even though scientists have been warning about the dangers of this, there are some who just don’t believe that it’s real. President Obama has been trying for months to…

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While we might hear that many young Syrian men want to fight against ISIS, there is also information that there are a lot more that are fleeing to Europe. These young men are joining their families, running away from a war they do not want to fight. This demonstrates that the majority of Muslims do…

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The tables seem to be turned against Greek premier Alexis Tsipras when he returned from Brussels with a deal that said Greece is to get $96 billion, but in exchange for some measures like cuts in pension and raided taxes the country had vehemently rejected in a referendum last week . Many members of…

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Wildfires continue to wreck havoc in several different parts of Washington State on Wednesday. Other states like California, Idaho, British Columbia and Saskatchewan are also on the boil as fires continue to ravage the states too. The hot and dry weather in summer has been conducive to various fires…

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The European Commission recently approved nuclear power plant in Britain. Renewable energy corporations based in Germany and Austria will challenge the government funding for the project in court along with international environmental body Greenpeace. European Court of Justice based in Luxembourg is…

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Germany is going to force five coal power plants in the country to meet emission cuts by the end of this decade. Chancellor Angela Merkel struggled a lot due to parties in coalition due to this decision. Capacity reserve system would be established now according to the decision by the chancellor and…

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When Zimbabwe failed to repay its debts to the International Monetary Fund(IMF), it set a precedent for what Greece in the contemporary times. Greece owes about 1.6 billion euros or $1.8 billion to the IMF. Greece faces the situation of facing an exodus from the Euro currency bloc if it fails to…

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The world has been infested with issues like terrorism, poverty, hunger and violence. To add another feather in the cap is the economical and financial crisis that is infesting the current scenario of the world economy. One of the recent major economical crises is the great European Crisis, which…

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Eastern Europe is constantly demanding for help from NATO and United States. As security tensions are growing darker, the US Department of Defense has decided to send Abrams tanks, Paladin howitzers and Bradley fighting vehicles to the region. These weapons and artillery would be sent in the…

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In a victory for those campaigning for gay-rights, a vote of 5-4 made same-sex marriages a constitutional right in the US. Under the new law observed under Obergefell v. Hodges case, the US Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in the US. The earlier law banning same-sex marriages is believed to…

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Exemptions from vaccinations for children can be obtained only on strict medical grounds, as per the new law enacted in California. The new law brings to an end all exemptions granted on the basis of religious or personal bases. This comes in the wake of parents gaining exemption from vaccination of…

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Pope Francis' recent encyclical, emphasizing the responsibility of humans in the increasingly exacerbating problem of climate change, raised the hackles of several major Republican figures. Here are some reasons why you might want to value the Pope's views on the issue: The Pope's…

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The secret military projects often trigger fascination. The United States military is declassifying its once secret submarine for general public. The super efficient nuclear submarine of the US navy will be in the museum soon. NR-1 submarine is known for its ocean exploration and advance…

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Last week China hosted its annual Yulin Festival but this time around the festival has received lots of coverage but it's not the kind of courage that the organizers of the event were hoping for. For those who are not aware what exactly a Yulin Festival is here is a brief that will help…

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Malware, knowledge breaches, denial of service, phishing, and alternative cyber attacks square measure proliferating. extremely heralded attacks on major firms, governments, infrastructure, and monetary organizations square measure within the news virtually daily, underscoring the requirement for…

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In a bid to provide security for Baltic nations against Russian aggression, U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has announced the deployment of a combat brigade consisting of tanks and other armored vehicles in Europe. The deployment is to be done in six countries across the European continent…

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Amy Anderson is a woman professional golfer from the United States. She was born in 1992. She started her professional career quite recently in 2013. She was born in North Dakota. She is the sibling of golfer Nathan Anderson. She was home schooled throughout her high school years. She joined the…

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Libyan government spokesperson informed that three foreigners were killed in United States airstrikes in Eastern region of the country. The official from internationally recognized government told the press recently. Al-Qaeda supported militant leaders were the target of the strike but military is…

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The problem with Philae comet lander is that it does not have sufficient power to do what it was meant to. The journey began when the orbiter belonging to European Space Agency (ESA) released Philae into outer space after comparing orbits of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in August 2014. This was…

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Chief of banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa Hafiz Saeed reiterated his claim that Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is innocent. The government of India is trying to exert pressure on the government of Pakistan using its channels of the UN and the US to implicate him in the attacks on Mumbai in 2008. Saeed’s statement…

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After all the hue and cry over arrest and conviction of former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed, the United Nations has come out openly against it. The Human Rights Commission has asked the government in Maldives to do something concrete favouring the release of the erstwhile leader. In close line…

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Migrants aboard at least 16 boats were rescued by Italian coast guards and commercial vessels, but at least 10 dead bodies were also recovered in the operation. The relatively calm seas in this season provides perfect camouflage to the smugglers intent on getting men, women and children across the…

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An earthquake measuring 7.4 on the Richter scale was recorded near Papua New Guinea. The depth of the quake is said to be 10km. The earthquake is likely to trigger a tsunami in the region. There is a danger of tsunami waves hitting the shores within an area 300 kilometres from the epicentre of the…

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Significant changes to the conditions of returning the loan amount for Greece is the only way out of the crisis the Greek government finds itself in. This is going to be something like a change in the pension and other benefits received by retired public employees. They put a huge burden on the…

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The yearly progress of the southwest storm is crucial to both individuals and horticulture crosswise over India and rest of the India. This year the storm was really a few days in front of calendar coming to Myanmar; however it has slowed down over the Bay of Bengal amid the previous week, at long…

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EDMONTON – A grout of top Edmonton Business professionals or leaders warned regarding the bad impact on Alberta’s current economy if the PC’s aren’t chosen to form a government. “We should think carefully before we select a government that would cut to the bone, because…

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Bollywood performer Salman Khan has been offered authorization to leave India and go to a recompense demonstrate in Dubai in spite of his late conviction for a smashed attempt at manslaughter. Khan, 49, was discovered blameworthy of punishable manslaughter and different charges this month for…

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Hundreds of people joined a peaceful march in Washington D.C. to protest against the incident when police wounded two stepbrothers who were unarmed. Stepbrothers allegedly tried to steal beer from a grocery store. One of them is in critical condition but both are expected to survive, report the…

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Today, numerous nations have exceptional units assigned to handle terrorist dangers. Different other than different security organizations, there are first class strategic units, otherwise called unique mission units, whose part is to straightforwardly connect with terrorists and counteract…

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Following quite a while of leading counterinsurgency operations while being to a great extent being left alone for the Pentagon's new technique for Asia called "Air Sea Battle," the U.S. Armed force is being asked to assume a most noteworthy part of the district. Another report by the…

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A second day of seeking through the thick woods and the rough, crushed farmland of Nepal has neglected to locate any indication of a US. marine corps helicopter that vanished on Tuesday . The helicopter turned up gone while conveying guide close Charikot, a remote and sloping city close to the…

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With an aim to garner support in financial terms for rectifying the plummeting conditions of public housing in New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio can announce a plan that would involve help from the city forces. The beginning is supposed to be made with bringing an old plan of using some barren land…

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U.S. Unique Forces on Friday night directed a deadly assault somewhere down in eastern Syria, where they connected with a top officer of the Islamic State in the fight and killed him, as per an announcement by the White House. In what gave off an impression of being a reprise execution of the Navy…

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When something bad happens to us, we usually think that we will never be happy again, especially after we survived something horrific. Well, this news will prove you wrong, and will give hope to anyone disappointed in people and life in general. A woman who was stabbed 32 times survived that luckily…

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WHO (World Health Organization) declared that Liberia is free of the Ebola virus. According to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president, Liberia is safe, and this is a good reason for celebration. This country was seriously affected by Ebola virus. More than 4.700 people died from this virus. At this…

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Maldives Foreign Minister Dunya Mumoon is of the opinion that former President Muhammad Nasheed has all rights to appeal against the sentence of 13 years awarded to him by the judiciary in the country under charges of terrorism, but he should not expect to be pardoned. The statement comes after a…

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Chile is all set to have a legislation passed that sanctions marital alliance between two individuals of the same gender. Chile joins the league of Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay when it comes to same sex marriage. This is a hotly debated topic in legal and ethical forums all over the world. While…

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has made a record of the percentage of greenhouse gases emitted in March as more than 400 parts per million. This is the highest concentration of greenhouse gases ever recorded. This is quite a significant point in history. This is a reason to rob…

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Itaú Unibanco Holding SA, an important banking group in Brazil is prepared to face a lot of losses in the form of bad debts, or loans that can not be repaid. A slow economy is responsible for a slow loan book growth. The number of defaulters is huge. The bank proposes to hike the provision…

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Outgoing Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has finally come out against the Boko Haram, the terrorist organisation that has swept its reign of terror in Nigeria since it found a footing in 2002. Over the past few weeks, government forces had been instrumental in rescuing several scores of females…

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The use of marijuana as a medicine in Puerto Rico was legalised by an order issued by Puerto Rico governor Alejandro Garcia Pdilla after a long public debate on the issue. This way, some derivatives from the cannabis plant can be used as a medicine. The order is to be immediately implemented,…

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Following a Sunday attack on a venue in Garland, Texas where the anti-Muslim exhibit was held, the Islamic State has claimed the responsibility for the shooting. The venue was exhibiting drawings of Prophet Muhammad. ISIL stated on its radio station Al Bayan that “two soldiers of the…

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Chief of Libyan Army General Khalifa Haftar ruled out use of military force to curb the flow of illegal migrants from African shores to European lands in view of the hostile situation in north African countries like Libya. Speculations of the cooperaton of the Libyan Army and the European Union (EU)…

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Ten people have been sentenced to spend the rest of their lives in prison in Peshawar, Pakistan for their involvement in 2012 attacks on Noble Peace Prize-winning activist Malala Yousafzai. All 10 involved were sentenced to 25 years of rigorous imprisonment. Pakistani anti-terrorism judge Mohammad…

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Sexual abuse of young boys by French soldiers in Central African Republic has been brought to the fore by a United Nations report. The report alleges soldiers stationed in the Central African Republic a peacekeepers to have forced the boys to perform sexually explicit acts before them in exchange…

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The framework agreement signed between Iran and six world powers on April 2 in Louisanne, Switzerland gave reasons to cheer to many people across the Middle East. Thousands of Iranian nationals settled in Iraqi Kurdistan have also been jubilant about it. This is going to mean a revival of Iran's…

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Authorities in Nepal ruled out the possibility of finding any more survivors beneath the mass of rubble accumulated over in the wake of the recent earthquake in the region. Those injured in the tragedy are estimated to be around 14,000, while the dead are believed to be about 7,500. The earthquake…

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In a bid to encourage foreign investment in Iran, competition and transparency in the markets are being welcomed by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, but the Revolutionary Guards do not seem to be of the same opinion. Doing so is going to downplay their hold over the black market in the country.…

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There is a heated debate in the US Congress on the terms of the proposed nuclear deal with Iran. There is a host of amendments possible to the deal. The debate assumes significance in the wake of the framework agreement inked on April 2 taking the form of a comprehensive deal on June 30. The…

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Indonesia has given a notice of 72 hours before a couple of Australian citizens are executed. United Nations Chief Ban Ki Moon said Indonesia should do whatever it can to stop the executions. Australian citizens Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan are members of a group of men arrested on charges of…

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The principle point of contention in the proposed nuclear deal are the sanctions faced by Iran. A couple of sanctions impede Iran's path to a nuclear state like nuclear-related UN resolutions. But there are also EU nuclear-related economic sanctions that need to be done away with for Iran to be…

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged for greater involvement of his country in ensuring global and regional security and diplomacy through trade and commerce. He spoke in reference to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a free trade deal between Japan and 10 other countries including the United…

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In continuation with his fascist rule over North Korea, Kim Jong Un has passed orders for the execution of 15 senior officials in his government this year for allegedly not following his diktats. The South Korean National Intelligence Service revealed the information to a member of the New Politics…

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On Wednesday, the United States of America accused Russia of establishing an air defence system in the eastern part of Ukraine. US also added that the country is also involved in the training the pro-Russian rebels. US said that as per the agreement of the European Brokered Truce, this is a clear…

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United Nations is concerned about the procrastination of the nuclear disarmament as the nuclear powers of the world are not making any progress in this regard. This may undo the milestone treaty which is to be reviewed in the coming week. 190 countries so far have signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty…

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Smoke and ash from the eruptions of Calbuco volcano have created problems for the residents of Chile. Several people are on their way back even as the volcano continues to blow its fumes over the land around itself. As many as 2,000 people were asked to leave the area near Calbuco volcano as soon as…

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The Europe’s largest economy is booming under the clouds of Greek debt crisis. The business confidence in Germany is high. The latest reports show that in April it was highest since last 10 month. The Germany is expected to become driver of growth in the European economy and will announce a…

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ISIS recently captured two Japanese citizens. A man named Haruna Yakawa and a journalist named Kenji Goto. Apparently Yakawa was suffering through a midlife crisis and wanted to start a new in Syria, he wanted to set up his own security company wand find some peace while Goto was a war journalist…

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Sumit Mazumdar, president of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), is of the opinion that the proposed law is not against the farming community in any manner. The bill is a practical solution to the problems faced by industrialists in India when they want to expand their business domain. A new…

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The Pyongyang Marathon run involving men and women from all walks of life accompanied by police officers dressed in olive-drab hats was organised in Pyongyang, North Korea. Participants were welcomed to the event by enthusiastic students with paper megaphones and silver wooden clappers. The…

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The problem of wet wipes being washed ashore along the British coast has literally doubled – as many as 35 non-degradable wet wipes were found on average along each kilometer of shore. That is 50 percent more than in the period between 2013 and 2014. The Marine Conservation Society cleans the…

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While the US administration has been citing the tenets of the Iran US nuclear deal as strong enough to counter all ambitions held by Iran on the nuclear front, Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu seems to be convinced of the opposite being true. Netanyahu said in the present form, the framework…

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According to a top military NATO commander, the western countries should think about using all they can in an effort to help Ukraine. The tools include defensive weapons as well, he added. NATO had a meeting in Washington were the participants discussed whether to provide Ukraine with weapons in a…

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The logic given against cow-slaughter has been given a religious tinge. In a predominantly orthodox Indian society moving obstinately towards the next millennium, this has worked to gag the proponents of cow-slaughter. Very few in India can question religious tenets. Considering that a cow has a…

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Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has come out in favour of the land bill saying it is meant to give a boost to infrastructure in rural areas. The bill is meant to pave the way for good roads in villages, provide facilities for irrigation, and provide electricity and housing for all.As per Jaitley,…

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The Cultural Relic Bureau in Fujian province in China has accused an unnamed thief for stealing a thousand-year-old mummy hidden in a Buddha statue in a village in eastern China during 1995. The mummy proved to be a monk, and it became world-known last year when it was first showcased in the Drents…

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Recently, a former spy, described the debate with the CIA, in which many colleagues were sure that they are punishing an innocent man. Thanks to the account from the John Kiriakou, a former CIA officer, there is some new information about 10 year old events, that cost a government $10 million and…

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A new study is showing that there is an increase in the number of college students who are turning into the sex industry to pay fees. The study shows that more than 100,000 college students, which represent 1 in 20 college students, have in several occasions thought about joining the sex industry so…

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