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U.S. Official Says Russians Targeted 21 Election Systems

An U.S. Homeland Security Department official told Congress on Wednesday that a small number of state election systems in the 2016 presidential race were breached but there was no evidence any votes were manipulated by Russian hackers who had targeted 21 U.S. state election systems presidential...

The Britain’s Prime Minister To Bring Down Corporate Tax To Draw More Investments In The Country

May seeks to build a “stronger economy” so as to make Britain sustain life “within its means”. In order to assist the economic growth as well as attracting “businesses to invest in Britain, the Prime Minister, Theresa May, would ensure that her government continues to slash down “corporate tax”....

Record 65.6 million people were displaced in 2016

The number of refugees, or forcibly displaced persons, has almost doubled in the past 20 years, the UN Refugee Agency said in a report. By the end of 2016, a record 65.6 million people had been displaced by persecution, conflict, violence or human rights violations. In 2016, the growth of...

Are millionaires preparing for an apocalypse?

It is believed that the territory in the central United States, namely, states such as Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Texas and Wyoming, is perfectly suited for survival in severe post-apocalypse conditions, as the climate there is mild and conducive to agriculture. In...

EU says goodbye to mobile roaming charges

Starting from tomorrow, the EU cancels the roaming charges for subscribers of European mobile communications companies. This is stated in a message of the Council of the European Union. "The EU brings people together and makes their life easier. The end of the roaming charges is a true European...

Denmark loses interest to electric cars

Denmark, the pioneer in renewable energy, has lost interest in electric vehicles Last year, the country’s government cancelled tax benefits for electric cars, and right after that their sales in the country collapsed. Now the government intends to return tax breaks for a short while. Denmark is...

Global Airlines Conference Agenda To Accord Importance To Fresh Safety Concerns

Even as global airline executives gathered on Sunday for the industry's largest meeting of the year, safety concerns reign high on the agenda of the meeting after a deadly attack in London and rising debate over the travel restrictions in the United States put in place by President Donald Trump....

Arab countries break ties with Qatar

On the night of June 5, Bahrain announced break of diplomatic relations with Qatar and intention to interrupt air and sea communication with this country. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt issued similar statements, and Yemen joined them after a while All these countries accused...

China and the EU get on the clean energy path

China and the European Union agreed on urgent need for international decisions on clean energy and climate change, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday. "China and the European Union are committed to the need for international decisions. There is nothing more important...

In France, four-star General Bertrand Soubelet’s run for Congress

In the midst of what many consider one of the largest political shifts in post-war France, the proportion of professional politicians running for office is dwindling, with rising numbers of independent former professionals, attempting to get their country back. Among them, a former high-ranking general who wilfully decided to put at stake his own military career, because he refused to sell his integrity. Change, indeed.
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