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    Jul 03, 2015   Author : admin

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    Jul 24, 2015   Author : admin

Unfortunately, a number of tragic events took place this week. A deadly bomb going off in Turkey means that the ISIS is not backing down, while U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron vows to help the U.S. to destroy the terrorist group. However, it wasn’t all that bad now that Greece seems to be getting out of the crisis by passing EU-backed reforms. And well, the official trailer for the new James Bond movie was released this week. That can’t be bad, right?

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    Jul 31, 2015   Author : admin

This week, the world is demonstrating more willpower to counter the phenomenon called ‘ISIS’, while Lord Sewel resigns from the House of Lords after a scandalous video showing him snorting cocaine with prostitutes was released. As usual, Russia once again proves that it’s guilty in the MH17 air crash. And the world lost former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam at the age of 83. As for tech news, the long-anticipated Windows 10 operating system is now available to be downloaded. 

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    Jul 16, 2015   Author : admin

This week has been rich in news. The U.K is struggling with domestic issues such as the gender pay gap and foxhunting laws, while the whole Europe is watching the situation around Greece. And while European leaders are trying to reach a final agreement that would put an end to Greece crisis, the Chinese stock market is throwing a few surprises at us. And, of course, one unexpectedly pleasant news came from NASA. Wondering what it might be? Check it out below:

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    Jun 26, 2015   Author : admin

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  • Tunisia beach attack claimed 38 lives, including 30 Britons. The attack is the deadliest terrorist attack since the 7 July 2005 London bombings.
  • David Cameron reveals the expected date of the EU referendum

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