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Fracking Rights Sold Out in a National Park in Botswana

Recent report suggests that right frack for shale gas have been sold by the Bostwana government quietly in one of Africa’s largest protected conservation areas, reports The Guardian.   The area in question is the Kgalagadi transfrontier park, with a total area of over 36,000 sq km, on the...

Russia Accuses Erdogan of Assistance to Terrorists

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his family are involved in illegal shipments of oil from Syrian fields captured by IS militants, said Deputy Defense Minister of Russia Anatoly Antonov. "According to sources, the highest political leadership of the country, President Erdogan and his...

Oxfam Report Says World's Richest 10% Produce Half of the Global Carbon Emissions

Half of the Earth’s climate-harming fossil-fuel is emitted by the 10% of the richest people.   British charity Oxfam claimed in a report released on Wednesday that the poorest half of the world produced just 10% of the green house gas.   Oxfam’s report comes at a time when...

It has Proof of Turkey Smuggling Oil from Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, Claims Russia

Alleging that the Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and his family had interests in the illegal smuggling of oil from Islamic State-held territory in Syria and Iraq and were benefiting financially from the deals, Russia's defense ministry said on Wednesday that it had proof to back the allegations....

German Parliament Backs Military Intervention in Syria Against IS Millitants

The German cabinet approved undertaking military support in their fight against the Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria.   The proposal back in the parliament entails the sending to the region tornado reconnaissance aircraft, a naval frigate and a 1,200-strong force. The proposal is...

India leads 120 Country Alliance to a Global Solar Alliance Program at Paris Climate Summit

An international solar alliance of over 120 countries was launched by India’s prime minister Narendra Modi along with the French president Francoise Hollande at the Paris COP21 climate summit.   Hopes for future prosperity in the developing world now rested on bold initiatives, as...

Turkey Refuses to Budge at NATO Over Downing of Russian Fighter Jet

After winning strong NATO support for the right to defend itself, Turkey's prime minister dismissed on Monday any suggestion Ankara should apologize for downing a Russian warplane in its airspace last week.   Calls for calm have gone largely unheeded as Ankara refuses to back down and Russia...

The EU Bought Off a Solution for the Migration Crisis

On Sunday, the European Union has reached an agreement with the Turkish government on the issue of reducing the migrants flow to Europe. In exchange, the EU will allocate funds and provide assistance in the Turkey’s integration into the EU. European leaders called this agreement a key step towards...

Miss World Canada 'Barred From China Flight', Allegedly for her Activism for Chinese Cult Falun Gong

China allegedly barred Canada's Miss World contender from boarding a plane at Hong Kong to the Chinese city hosting this year's pageant.   Since an invitation for the event had not been given to 25 year old Chinese born Anastasia Lin, she says she could not apply for a visa.  ...

Its Britain’s Time to Join Forces in Syria for Airsitrikes Against Isis: Cameron

Britain says its time it stepped directly into the Syrian crisis with possible joint air strikes.   British Prime Minister David Cameron said that "subcontract its security to other countries" was no longer an option for Britain and it was time to to join air strikes against Islamic State in...
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