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Officials in Europe are ready with a detailed plan on how to tackle the situation when Greece effects an exit from the Euro zone or Grexit. The problem is compounded by the fact that the Greek government can do very little to help itself. In this case, the European Union is also not in a position to…

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Greek voters did not let down the hopes of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras when he wanted them to vote for a 'no' in the referendum conducted to accept the austerity measures suggested by European nations or not. The suggestions included moves such as blocking pension funds of Greek…

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Despite all claims by the health ministry officials in Russia of the epidemic being in control, and the potentials of the Russian orthodox church to contain the epidemic, AIDS remains a battle that is being fought almost everywhere in the Russian homes, hospitals and churches. The crisis deepens as…

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In a bid to renew ties, the governments of Cuba and the US have come to an agreement to reopen embassies in the respective countries on July 20. This is said to be a historical moment in the relationship of the two nations. They have not had any sort of diplomatic relations with each other for the…

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There are two ways we can harvest energy from our planet. As you probably already know, they are solar panels and wind turbines. Both of them have pros and cons, but in general, they are very useful and people should use them more. The latest concept is Power Flower. It is an interesting concept…

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Poor visibility is the chief deterrent in the rescue operation launched in the wake of a plane's possible crash into a granite rock reaching as high as 800 feet over a lake in Alaska. The plane is believed to have carried nine people within itself when it crashed. Eight of these passengers were…

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Launch Box 17 is a tiffin delivery service operating in South Delhi. This was started in last May by 2 NGOs Swechha and Green the Gap. The tiffin service mostly employs the women of Jagadamba Camp and provides clean and tasty food to people of the locality at a reasonable price. Neetu is a lady…

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The United State’s invasion of Afghanistan destroyed the country. In an effort to counter soviets in the country, the Afghans were pushed in the years of civil war. Many institutions in the country have become corrupt and weak. The Afghan official informed that United States will monitor…

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Clean and plentiful water provides the muse for prosperous communities. We tend to deem clean water to survive, however immediately we tend to square measure heading towards a water crisis. Dynamical climate patterns square measure threatening lakes and rivers, and key sources that we tend to faucet…

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The government in the US came out openly in favour of the families who are made to pay sums of money as ransom to secure the freedom of their family members held captive overseas. They shall now be prosecuted by the government. The government is willing to hold negotiations with the captors for…

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An unmanned aerial drone called Abortion Drone is set to make its maiden journey from the German town of Frankfurt to the Polish town of Slubice. It is to carry a lot of medications that are supposed to lead to abortions. The drone is set to fly on Saturday. The first nine weeks of pregnancy are to…

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The compelling issue of migrants flowing into European countries from North African countries like Libya continues to dominate the discussions in the Mediterranean region even as the government at the helm of affairs in Libya recognised by the international community threatens to blow up any vessel…

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A serious accident took place in Berkeley on Tuesday morning when a balcony of an apartment building collapsed and killed five people while leaving eight injured. The majority of the surviving victims are very seriously injured, though, and their life is in danger. The news was announced by the…

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Save the Children, an international charity working from its offices in Islamabad, Pakistan, was served a notice of 15 days to put an end to all its operations in Pakistan. No explanations have been given for the government's sudden decision. But there is a belief that the international charity…

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The stand of Vatican about the environment is important because Pope Francis is the leader of more than one billion Roman Catholics world over. He also has huge political influence over matters. When Christian conservatives are denying climate change and many are even terming it as an act of god,…

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A militant from the al Qaeda is believed to have been killed in air strikes conducted by the US military over the weekend in eastern Libya. The militant has been found guilty of being actively involved in a gas plant attack in Algeria in 2013. The attack left behind a trail of 35 dead hostages,…

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There has been a spurt in the recruits from the West going to battlefield in Iraq and Syria. Support for the jihad being waged in the Middle East and other countries is being gathered despite the stiff and tough Sharia laws given by Islam. As per an estimate, as many as 500 young citizens of the UK…

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At least four people died in the protests against Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid to extend his tenancy as the president of the republic. The constitution of Burundi prohibits a candidate from contesting presidential elections for three times in a row. Nkurunziza's bid for a third…

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Shiyan Lake in China created a novel technique of entertaining visitors when a new show featuring pigs that appeared to be flying unfurled before the public. Shiyan Lake is a popular tourist spot in Cangsha. Photographs featuring tourists standing on their side while taking photographs of the…

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G7 or Group of 7 is a grouping some of most developed countries in the world. These highly advanced nations are also the major contributors to the greenhouse gases emissions. If world decides to cut down on fossil fuels subsidies, these economies will play larger role in the decision-making process.…

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US President Barack Obama continues to bat for the proposed nuclear deal between Iran and the western powers while he insists the deal is not going to prepare grounds for Iran to develop a nuclear weapon. The deal is believed to act as a deterrent against Iran developing nuclear arsenal to use…

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The apparent scale of the crisis in the Mediterranean Sea is only the tip of the iceberg. The number of those fleeing hostile conditions in Libya for peaceful shores in Europe is expected to go up with the peaceful weather. There are bound to be more and more men, women and children on the run.…

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Los Angeles – Japan and US will thoroughly work toward strong economic relationship, including approval of a pacific business agreement and promoting direct investment in each other’s economy, officials said. Japan Prime Minster Abe said in a statement that the US and Japan must hold…

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New Delhi: Indian will keep helping Nepal in this natural calamity and will help re-building the entire nation,” said the government of India in a statement on Saturday. The earthquake on last Saturday has completely destroyed the capital city of Nepal. Kathmandu which is known for its taller…

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A “suspicious” vehicle was found near the Capitol building in Washington D.C. and a bomb squad has detonated some unidentified contents from it safely, media report. The driver who left the car unattended has been arrested, said the spokeswoman for the U.S. Capitol Police, Lt. Kimberley…

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The world bank is the money related foundation that internationally offer credits to creating nations. The World bank is the individual from the United Nations Development Group. Diminishment of neediness is a definitive objective of the world bank. The bank's arrangements are based upon the…

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The US Army is creating 'intangibility suit' for troopers to make them DISAPPEAR on the war zone - and says it will start trials in only 18 months It has asked for firms creating 'stealth fabrics' to get in contact - and is planning to test the first models inside of 18 months. It is…

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The U.S. Armed force and Air Force are confronting automaton pilot preparing difficulties, as indicated by a report to Congress by the Government Accountability Office. The 44-page report, discharged May 14, highlights key territories where the military needs to support its preparation around…

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Arkansas golfers Taylor Moore and Nicolas Echavarria were arrested following their implication in a case involving clicking photographs of a woman under intoxication. Both play at the university level. Both find themselves suspended indefinitely soon after the matter came to light. The incident…

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The Chicago City Council said it is going to let out a package amounting to $5.5 million along with other benefits as compensation for victims of torture at the hands of former police commander Jon Burge. This is in line with the demand for a fair compensation to some of the victims for a long time.…

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The Russian Progress cargo spaceship is all set to crash with the Earth on Friday after its failure to provide supplies to the International Space Station (ISS) last week. The cargo ship that went berserk is scheduled to reenter the Earth's atmosphere on Friday. The history of Progress 59 begins…

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Voters of Indian origin are said to hold the key to the government as the UK heads for a hung parliament as predicted in the May 7 general elections. UK Prime Minister David Cameroon is bent on using a slogan in Hindi 'Phir ek baar Cameron sarkar' synonymous to the one used by his…

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The woman who organized a Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas spoke out after a shooting took place outside the venue, saying the incident “shows the importance of the message.” Speaking to CNN's Alisyn Camerota, American Freedom Defense Initiative president and patron of Garland's…

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A nefarious plan to disturb the race around Eshborn and Frankfurt on May 1 was busted by German police when they arrested a couple in Obersel. A lot of arms and ammunitions were also recovered from their home. The race attracts huge crowds of public all along the racing track. Among the arms and…

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Burundi's capital Bujumbura witnessed large scale protests soon after President Pierre Nkurunziza’s political party approved his candidature for presidency for a third time in a row. This constitutes a gross violation of the Constitution of Burundi, which stipulates a restriction of two…

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A 15-year-old Muslim girl joined over a hundred students who were barred from attending regular classes in France last year for donning outfits that showed affinity with religious groups. The said girl had a long skirt on, a dress that claims religious affinity with Muslims. The case has resulted in…

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The itinerary of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the US is likely to take him from Boston to the Silicon Valley, where he is going to get a chance to meet the founders of Facebook and Apple. An appointment with some Japanese scholars along with a rendezvous with a few celebrities is also on…

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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is all set to counter one of the worst rebellions against her in Brazilian history. The country's economy has turned a record low. Rousseff's policies are said to be responsible for corruption at all levels. The rate of inflation in the country is spiraling…

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The economic crisis hitting Russia is taking its toll on its space program. The next ten years are going to witness a slashing of Russian Federal Space Agency's budget going down to around $37 billion or 2 trillion rubles. This is going to mean a reduction by 35 percent. The economic scenario in…

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Prominent points to be considered in negotiating the proposed nuclear deal between the US and Iran are issues of internal conflicts between countries in the Middle East, possibility of peace between Israel and Palestine and what effects climate change is going to have on African countries and those…

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Migration from Libya to Italy turned out to be fatal for 400 people when the boat they were in sank to the bottom of the Mediterranean Ocean. There are 150 survivors of the tragedy who can recall the beginning of the trouble about 24 hours from leaving the coast of Libya. They were ferried to a port…

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Nigerian troops claim to have liberated a group of 200 girls and 93 women in the Sambisa Forest. This is in the northeastern part of the country which is believed to be a popular hideout among the militant Boko Haram group. Officials came out with the hunch that the captives might include the group…

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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt got a compensation of about $109 million even as the company's stocks crumbled to a nadir because investors apprehended Google's expenditure on other projects. Stocks are said to have dipped by 5 per cent even as Google's status of being the most…

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The government of Libya has turned down the possibility of use of military force in view of the mass exodus of men, women and children from Africa to European shores. A large number of civilians distressed by the governments in African states are heading for European nations like Italy aboard…

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Sounds of a war long ended still resonate a round Vietnam when bombs that could not detonate during the war explode. As per some estimates, the war with the US left saw a spate of bombings in Vietnam. Even after 40 years, several of them lie around the country unexploded, waiting to kill. As many as…

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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) released the vehicular data for last year in the United Kingdom. Figures are showing that number of stolen vehicles has decreased around 70 percent in the country. Last year around 69,547 vehicles were stolen in the UK and the number was 231,323 in 2004.…

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The government of Delhi seems to take stringent decision towards safeguarding the atmosphere and health of the citizens. According to the latest verdict by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), all vehicles whether commercial or private, light or heavy which are of 10 years old are to be banned. The…

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Members of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) captured Riyan Airport along with a military base outside the limits of Al Mukalla. Al Mukalla stands out as the fifth-largest city in Yemen. The Dhabah oil terminal off the coast of the Arabian Sea was also captured by AQAP. Chieftains of Al Qaeda…

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Ahead of the June 30 date for inking the final deal between Iran and other world powers, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said a final agreement should include a provision of regular and comprehensive inspection of nuclear sites maintained by Iran. These are meant to ensure Iran's compliance with…

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French top yogurt makers have been fined USD 204 million for fixing prices of the product for the last six years. Eleven companies which sum up to 90 percent of the yogurt makers in France were involved in this criminal activity, which is so wide-spread around the world. The conspiracy was revealed…

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Batting in favor of the land bill in the amended form, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed angst at the ensuing debate over the issue accusing Congress-led-UPA of opposing it merely for political reasons. The bill is said to be in favor of the farming community in the country. Opposition leaders…

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Switzerland is to return to Brazil USD 120 million which were deposited in 30 Swiss banks, with the money believing to be bribe. The money was frozen as part of an investigation into Brazil-owned Petrobras for allegedly being corrupted. The Bern federal prosecutor's office said it opened nine…

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A German couple has decided to pay their part of the World War II reparations while they were on holiday in the Greek town of Nafplion. According to media reports, the couple decided to pay EUR 875 because they have calculated that every German owes Greece that amount when the former country imposed…

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Pope Francis delivered another one of its memorable speeches when he went to visit Naples. He was welcomed by Cardinal Crescenzio Seppe, the Archbishop of Naples. A group of enthusiastic nuns greeted him with utmost joy. He started his speech by saying he had prepared a speech, but added speeches…

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According to a report on violence and water shortage the Kingdom of Jordan is home to 1.7 million water-vulnerable people. There are more than 40 million of people who face water shortage in countries like Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Iraq and Jordan. The report called “The Hydro-Insecure: Crisis…

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In a country which proudly boasts with having 98 percent of native nationals, a first mixed-race Miss Universe has been chosen to represent the country in the global pageant. The country is Japan, and Miss Universe is 20-year-old Ariana Miyamoto, whose father is African-American. She has been forced…

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Israel must be given the right to a peaceful existence. A nuclear deal between western powers and Iran is likely to endanger the very existence of Israel, these are the views of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu has been a very strong and vocal critic of the emerging bonhomie…

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Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimović has said that he is happy living in France and he will not be forced to go for the comments he made earlier this month. He is to face a French Football League (LFP) disciplinary commission on April 9 after he criticized France when PSG lost 3-2 to…

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Even as Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) prepares grounds for induction of Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy, it has kicked out one of its members who was a 2014 parliamentary elections candidate while suspending another. A decision on Murthy’s induction was taken earlier in the week at the Delhi Chief…

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The ebb of the Ebola crisis gripping over countries like Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone has witnessed a significant thrust in the trade sector. Trade between the countries was pitted to an all time low during the crisis. Many locals lost their only means of income to the altar of Ebola. Before…

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The definition of secularism accepted by Indians as 'the state supporting each religion equally' has become the bone of contention as Maharashtra enforces a ban on cow-slaughter. The ban is supposed to be applied all over the country in a few days. The ban is comprehendible considering the…

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A man reported that he was robbed at gunpoint at a gas station. The interesting thing is that he was robbed by a rapper DMX. Newark detectives are still investigating this crime. According to a 21 year old man from Newark, who is a victim here, he saw a rapper at 12:30 a.m. at the Exxon station on…

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Media report that at least 56 crew members have been killed when a Russian fishing trawler sank in the Okhotsk sea. Questions have been raised whether the captain of the ship ordered cutting a lot of corners in order to pursue a big catch. The trawler, named Dalny Vostok, sank in the early hours of…

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Even though the move is pointless, it is very symbolical – Guardian editors destroyed the Macbook used by Edward Snowden to store files leaked by NSA. The laptop was destroyed under surveillance by the GCHQ and put on public display at the V&A, a museum of design and art. The item is a…

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There is no doubt that the world is still recovering from the events that took place in France last week that saw a Germanwings Flight crashing into the Alpine Mountains. That said we are receiving new information as to what exactly transpired before the plane crashed into the mountain. For instance…

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Boko Haram extremist killed 41 people including legislators from polling stations during the election but million voted, officials in Nigeria reported. Attacks took place in north eastern Nigeria where the military announced had previously announced that it had cleared the Islamic extremists from…

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The Supreme Court of Bangladesh has rejected the last appeal of an Islamist leader who is responsible for atrocities during the 1971 independence war. The verdict paved the way for his execution. Mohammad Kamaruzzaman, the Jamat e-Islam party leader, was sentenced to death by hanging in May 2013.…

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Following a six-week delay, Nigeria is holding elections today. The elections, first scheduled for February 14, were delayed because, according to the national security advisor, the army needed more time to make Boko Haram retract. Boko Haram is a radical Islamist insurgency group originating from…

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According to emails obtained by British media, the Conservatives are preparing a series of big reductions or complete cuts of a wide range of welfare benefits if they win the next election. Their plans include cutting child benefit to third and every subsequent child, and handing over the obligation…

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A recently released 800-page report from an independent source is indicating that the U.S. military and soldiers sexually abused over 54 Colombian children between the years 2003 and 2007. The report also goes to state that the said perpetrators have not yet been prosecuted given the presence of…

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Banned from airing in India, the rape documentary India’s Daughter had its premiere in the US. Actresses Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto were present at the event, at Baruch College, on Monday. The Oscar-winner Meryl Streep lit more than dozen candles in the honor of the Indian medical student…

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On Wednesday a top official in China said that the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader popular known as Dalai Lama is increasingly becoming less influential in Tibet as well as abroad. According to China, Dalai Lama, who led a failed uprising back in 1959 against the Chinese rule, is a violent…

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A couple living in Mariannhill in Durban, South Africa, are hoping that their son, now 11 months old, will soon be returned to them. The baby, who was kidnapped five months ago, was sold for $424 (R5 000). The five people believed to have been responsible for the kidnapping of the baby came face to…

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After 70 years, Japanese World War II battleship, Musashi, was finally found. American billionaire Paul Allen and his private exploration team, found this ship more than half a century after it was sunk by US forces. The location of the wreck is Sibuyan Sea of the Philippines, at the depth of…

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Egypt’s capital Cairo was on Monday rocked with three powerful blasts that led to two people losing their lives. The blasts occurred near a top court building located in the center of the city. The effectiveness of the country’s security forces, which has in the past pledged to end…

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Boris Nemtsov, an opposition politician in Russian who has been an outspoken critic of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin as well as the country’s involvement in the ongoing war in Ukraine, was on Friday shot dead just a few steps from the Kremlin in Moscow. Assailants in a white car shot…

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On Friday, Alexander Novak, Russia’s Energy Minister, said that he will be taking part in talks which are set to discuss on Ukraine’s gas supplies. "We have been invited to three-way talks and have confirmed our participation. First of all we're going to talk about the situation…

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On Monday, several hours after an extremist group published video of beheading several Egyptian Christians, Egyptian warplanes attacked the Islamic State in Libya. This was the first time when Egyptian officially acknowledged attacking Libya. They announced strike on public radio! These extremist…

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The educational framework of India has witnessed a series of reforms since ancient times. In the bygone age, the administrative power was in the hands of wealthy scions and the educational sector was solely dominated by the upper crust. Today, the entire society is universally entitled to education,…

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The Persian cat Atchoum is the beloved pet of Nathalie who lives in Repetigny, Montreal, Que. Now the cat has become a star winning 18,000 likes and 17,000 followers in his Facebook page. Nathalie took the initiative of making her pet a dazzling star over the internet. She uploaded the cute photos…

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Julius Malema and members of his party, The Political Freedom Fighters (EFF) repeatedly interrupted President Jacob Zuma as he was making his annual state of the union speech. The leaders who were demanding answers over a spending scandal forced the speaker of the house to call upon security to…

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Another Israeli attack takes its tolls as Mohammad Ali Allahdadi (Iranian general) and 6 Hezbollah fighters lose their life in what has been yet another helicopter attack from the Israeli. The general was visiting Quneitra this past Sunday when the attack happened. The Hezbollah fighters (Islamic…

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Both Anonymous and Charlie Hebdo are household names at this moment and it was a matter of time until the hacker group would join the cause. Anonymous has always been stood for freedom of speech and that is just what has been trampled by the attack at the French publication Charlie Hebdo. The group…

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It seems that not only the French can rally for what they believe in. people of the Chechnya region in Russia have took to the streets to protest against the French publication Charlie Hebdo. What is truly amazing about this rally is the number of people that gathered there - 800,000 people (as…

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U.S. President Barack Obama pressed China's Xi Jinping during recent talks on the use of Chinese antitrust policy to limit royalty fees for foreign companies, an issue at the heart of a probe into U.S. mobile chipset maker Qualcomm Inc. The move by Obama to admonish China against applying its…

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