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Fragile Peace in Syria Brought by Cease Fire Enters Second day

Disturbed intermittently with reports of scattered airstrikes and bombings but with an overall the slowdown in fighting, Syria’s fragile ceasefire has entered its second day.   The cease fire in the 5 year civil war in Syria has been regarded as the most successful effort yet to reduce the...

Impact of Scalia’s Death in Class Actions Signaled by Dow Settlement

The death of Justice Antonin Scalia is a blow to businesses that have had success recently in challenging class action cases at the U.S. Supreme Court was evidenced when Dow Chemical Co's agreement to pay $835 million to settle a price-fixing dispute.   Rather than risk its fate being...

Silence Greets Syrian Battle Fields as Truce Takes Effect

Described by the United Nations as the best hope for peace in five years of civil war, a cessation of hostilities appeared to hold for its first day as guns mostly fell silent in Syria and Russian air raids stopped on Saturday.   Fighting should cease so aid can reach civilians and talks can...

iPhone Request is Unprecedented' says Apple in Court Filling

Claiming the unlocking an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters would violate its free speech rights and override the will of Congress, Apple Inc struck back in court against a U.S. government demand which has been demanding the unlocking of the phone.    ...

ICBMs Test Fired by US to Stress Its Power to Russia, North Korea

Seeking to demonstrate its nuclear arms capacity at a time of rising strategic tensions with Russia and North Korea, the U.S. military test-fired its second intercontinental ballistic missile in a week on Thursday night.    Late at night the unarmed Minuteman III missile was launched...

Kuwait and Qatar Follow Saudi Arabia’s Footstep To Issue Travel Regulatory

Qataris & Kuwaitis are urged to avoid travelling to Lebanon. Following in the footsteps of Saudi Arabia, another two Arab countries, Qatar and Kuwait urge their citizens those who are “already in Lebanon” to leave the city, while both the countries issued “a travel warning” for their citizens...

Resolution on Embargo on Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Passed in Voting in EU Parliament

As a mark of protest against Saudi Arabias heavy bombing campaign in Yemen, members of European Parliament have voted for a European Union-wide arms embargo against the gulf country.   Citing the “disastrous humanitarian situation” as a result of “Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen”,...

"Islamic State" Threatens Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey

The terrorist organization "Islamic State" threatened Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey with violence because of accounts closed in relation to terrorist content. ISIS released a new video, one of which shows photographs of Zuckerberg and Dorsey, riddled with bullets. Authors of a new 25-minute video...

US Draft Resolution on Sanctions Against North Korea Placed I UN Security Council

A draft resolution that would expand sanctions against North Korea over its latest nuclear test will be submitted by the United States to the U.N. Security Council on Thursday, a spokesman for the U.S. mission to the United Nation said.   "Ambassador (Samantha) Power intends to submit for...

Seventeen Most Dangerous Cities in Europe

Personal safety is one of the key components of life. Each year, Mercer - one of the largest HR-agencies in the world - publishes its report Quality of Living Index, which also indicates the safest cities to live and work. This rating is one of the most comprehensive, and is prepared to help...
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