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US Bomber Flypasts Spartly Islands in South China Sea, Angers Beijing

Following the straying of a B-52 bomber within two nautical miles of Chinese-claimed territory in the South China Sea last week, the US was accused by the Chinese authorities of “serious military provocation”.   He incident took place last week near the Cuarteron Reef in the Spratly...

Spanish Populists Can't Do Without People

Spain completed the parliament election campaign - the most unpredictable in decades. According to results of Sunday's vote, the ruling People's Party is likely to take the first place. Yet, they probably won’t manage to form a government on their own. Premier Mariano Rajoy’ colleagues would like...

2016 Set to be the Hottest Year on Record Globally: UK Met Office

A UK Met Office forecast claims that 2016 is set to be the warmest year ever recorded.   2016 would be the third consecutive year that global temperature records would be broken successively. Scientists claimed that the rise in the global average temperature next year would be driven by the...

Japan’s Appreciation for its Toilets now reflected in a $60 million Museum

The Washlet, the high-tech, derriere-washing, tushie-warming toilet makes the Japanese proud perhaps in the same manner as they are proud of the Walkman and the PlayStation and karaoke.   And as if to prove this, a $60 million museum devoted to it was built by Toto, the maker of the...

'Sarcastic' Internet Post Insulting Thai King's Dog in Places Him for Potential Prison

A factory worker in Thailand is being investigated for mocking the king’s dog. The same person is facing up to 37 years in jail for insulting the military rulers pf the country.   According to the strict lèse-majesté laws in Thailand it is a crime to criticize, defame or insult...

Arabian Aerial Attack Kills People Of Yemen

Arabian aerial attack kills Yemeni civilians on Monday, leading to a failure of an earlier peace keeping attempt between both the countries. Dubai – 15 December 2015 – Late on Monday, the 14th December 2015, an Arab aerial attack targeted “Yemen's dominant Houthi group” whereby killing “at least”...

New Zealand Decides On A New National Flag Emblem

New Zealand holds voting session to finalise the possible national flag design which might replace the present one. New Zealand – 15 December 2015 – The current national flag of New Zealand that represents the country will mostly become a history, while the country at present looks for a possible...

Extremists Found in Paris Airports

After the terrorist attacks in Paris, the Paris airports security service conducted checks of employees. 70 of them were divested of their admissions to the "sterile zone", being suspected of having links with radical Islamists. After the terrorist attacks in Paris occurred in mid-November, 70...

Young Students Take Part In Mock-COP21 & Discuss About Environmental Current Affairs

The World Affairs Council’s of Washington DC organises a mock COP21 event for students and teachers in order to inform them about global current affairs on the environment and climate front. Washington – 11 December 2015 – Hundred and eighty people consisting of teachers and students were hosted by...

Any Target Threatening Russia in Syria would be ‘Immediately Destroyed’: Putin

Representing a strong warning to Turkey following its shooting down of a Russian warplane at the Syrian border, Russina President Vladimir Putin has vowed Russia’s military will “immediately destroy” any target threatening them in Syria.   Additional aircraft and air defense weapons...
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