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    Mar 25, 2016   Author : admin

This week, the world, and particularly Europe, was shook by the news about Brussels terror attacks, which have killed over 30 people, and have injured over 270 people. 

So far, the Belgian police suspect five terrorists, three of whom are dead, and the fates of the two remain unknown. The attacks took place on Tuesday at 07:00 GMT, when twin explosions hit the departures area of Zaventem airport. An hour later, another blast struck the Maelbeek metro station, which is close to a number of EU institutions.

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    Mar 22, 2016   Author : admin

Belgium has raised its terror threat to the highest level, with Belgian Prime Minister calling the nation to “show calmness and solidarity.”

On Tuesday at about 07:00 GMT twin explosions struck the departures area of Zaventem airport, and another explosion hit Maelbeek metro station an hour later. The metro is located close to a few EU institutions.

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    Mar 18, 2016   Author : admin

This week, George Osborne has presented U.K.’s 2016 Budget, in which he included a sugar tax. Sugary drinks manufacturers will now be taxed according to the amount of sugar they put in their drinks.

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    Mar 16, 2016   Author : admin

Russia is set to continue air strikes in Syria, according to a Russian military official. Despite the withdrawal of most of Russia’s forces from Syria, the Russians don’t think they have defeated terrorism, which is why it’s “too early” to talk about withdrawing all of the forces. 

Russian Deputy Defense Minister Nikolay Pankov revealed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s plans to continue bombing terrorist groups as well as opposition in Syria. 

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    Mar 11, 2016   Author : admin

This week, European MPs have been talking, discussing, meeting… in an effort to resolve the migrant crisis in Europe, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel blamed European nations for closing the Balkan route for refugees.

David Cameron, meanwhile, has big plans for his future, announcing plans to run as MP in 2020 election. 

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    Mar 09, 2016   Author : admin

From China, Giza City to Colombia and Turkey, see how the world celebrated International Women's Day in hopes to finally #PledgeForParity:

Women in New Delhi, India raised slogans as they rallied for the Women's Reservation Bill, allowing Indian legislative seats for women.

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    Nov 25, 2015   Author : admin

Last Tuesday, March 8, the world celebrated the International Women's Day as women continue to contribute to the social, economic, cultural and political achievement in the effort to stop the gender gap which is still prevalent today. Even the World Economic Forum predicted that it would take until 2095 in order to achieve global gender parity, and close the gender gap entirely until 2133. While women (and men alike) are still actively fighting for gender pari

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    Mar 09, 2016   Author : admin

The United Nations has voiced its concerns over the migrant crisis plan being worked out by the EU and Turkey. The UN says the plan violated international law. The plan sees all migrants arriving in Greece from Turkey being sent back, and for each Syrian sent back home, a Syrian in Turkey would be resettled in the EU.

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    Mar 04, 2016   Author : admin

This week… spring happened! And that means that the U.K. approaches the EU referendum that will take place in summer. And as we approach June 23, it gets even more and more tense in the U.K. politics. 

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    Mar 02, 2016   Author : admin

U.S. Presidential candidates are gearing up for their most crucial test yet in the campaign on Tuesday. And that big test for Democrat Hilary Clinton as well as GOP candidate Donald Trump is called Super Tuesday primaries.

In the primaries, as many as twelve states vote for candidates from either the Democratic or the Republican parties or both. Voting stretches from Vermont in the east to Texas and Georgia in the south.

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