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‘Santa’ Obama Gifts Sick Kids This Christmas

Former US President Barack Obama took a surprise visit to sick children at a Washington DC hospital. Sporting a santa hat and a sack of presents, Obama reached the young patients at Children’s National hospital. President Obama received a rockstar welcome, he had a wonderful chance to talk to hospital staff, families and children. The former […]

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100 Days To Brexit

With less than 100 days left for Brexit to be a reality, the European Union and the United Kingdom prepare for a hard Brexit. The United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May has still not been able to get her lawmakers ready for what’s called by the European Union ‘The Best Deal’. Many legislatures had concerns […]

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Ocean Cleanup System 001 Suffers A Glitch

A non-government organisation ‘Ocean Cleanup’ put in operation the ‘System 001’ in the Pacific Ocean to reduce plastic pollution. The device is 2,000 feet long with a 10-foot skirt hanging below it, under the water. It will create a barrier in the oceans for the plastic so that it can be collected. Garbage patches in the oceans […]

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Couple Jailed For Naming Their Son “Adolf Hitler”

A Britain court on tuesday sentenced a fanatical neo-nazi couple to a six and a half year prison for naming their new born son after ‘Adolf Hitler’.  The couple were charged under anti-terror laws in the United Kingdom. The father Adam Thomas (22) was sentenced to six and a half years in prison and the […]

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US airstrikes kill 62 militants in Somalia

62 militants were killed by US airstrikes in Somalia, a US Africa Command released a statement on Monday. The air strikes targeted al-Shabaab militants at Gandarshe in Somalia. A strike on Saturday killed 34 militants, and a strike on Sunday killed 28 militants, US Africa Command statement read. The airstrikes were conducted in coordination with […]

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Forty-thousand Gun Killings In 2017

Over 40,000 people were killed in gun related violence in the United States of America last year (2017). The data was published by the United States department for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is the highest tally in four decades. About 109 people were killed each day in 2017 in gun related violence, this data […]

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BIRDS SEDATED AND SMUGGLED INTO JFK

Security agencies found 70  finches being smuggled into the John F Kennedy International Airport in New York. These live birds were taken in hair rollers, inside a duffle bag. The United States Customs and Border Protection agents stopped the passenger traveling from Guyana to New York on Saturday. The birds were carried in a small, plastic […]

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China will retaliate against US & Canada over Huawei

Many US and Canadian companies are bracing for a fallout after the arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer. Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s CFO, is was granted bail in Canada, but is under 24 x 7 surveillance. She faces extradition to the United States, as she is accused of helping Huawei go around the financial sanctions on […]

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Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou Is Bait For President Donald Trump

The United States President Donald Trump expressed use of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou as a bargain in the ongoing trade negotiations. In a Reuters interview, Trump said, “Whatever’s good for this country, I would do.” He continued, “If I think it’s good for what will be certainly the largest trade deal ever made — which […]

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Brexit Test For May

The British PM Theresa May’s most important fight in her political career, will be decided by the vote on the Brexit deal. The UK Parliament will either pass or reject the divorce bill on the 11th of December. The Parliament was divided during discussions on the draft withdrawal agreement signed in Brussels, last month. More […]

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Yellow Vests Protests Spreads Among Nations

France is witnessing a mega “Yellow Vests” protests since mid-november. The demonstrations are against the Government on fuel tax. On Saturday the protests continued, Officers fired rubber bullets and hundreds of canisters of tear gas.  Close to 200 people were injured on Saturday, the French police detained  1500 people and held them for questioning. Protestors […]

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Beijing’s New Airport

The existing Beijing airport is the 2nd most busiest airports in the world. It handles 100 million people each year, and the numbers are only going to grow. The Communists party in China plans to upgrade 74 airports by 2020 to handle 720 million passengers annually.  The new Beijing airport would open in September 2019, […]