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Persian Gulf Authorities Are Trying to Get Rid of Cushy Jobs

Falling oil prices dramatically reduced budget revenues of export-dependent countries of the Persian Gulf. This caused authorities to do reduction of civil servants, many of whom are called "people on the couch." Service in state institutions and companies in the region have long been considered as...

Half of World's New Power Plants in 2014 Based on Renewables: IEA

 The International Energy Agency says that a transition of energy consumption habit is underway as renewable energy accounted for almost half of all new power plants in 2014.   Green energy is set to overtake the dirtiest fossil fuel in the early 2030s, even as it is now the...

Helmut Schmidt, The Patriarch of German Policy, Died

German media reported death of Helmut Schmidt, the fifth German Chancellor, who was in power from 1974 to 1982. The famous politician died at the 97th year of life in Hamburg. German agency DPA reported the death of Helmut Schmidt citing his physician Heiner Greten. According to him, the politician...

A Study Claims that People with Heart Diseases are at Greater Risk Even at Moderate Air Pollution

In an alarming revelation of research, experts claims that even moderate levels of air pollution have now been linked to increased risk of heart attacks in people with heart disease.   This result was disclosed in a new research that was presented last week at the...

Parliament of Catalonia Took a Course to Independence

Parliament of Catalonia, with majority of votes approved a resolution proclaiming the aim of the Spanish autonomous region‘s authorities of independence from Madrid. This process is expected to be completed in 18 months. Madrid, however, remains strongly opposed to any negotiation for the region’s...

Russian Flights Will Not Land In Egypt Till The Reason Of Metrojet Crash Has Been Found

Russia temporarily puts a hold on all the planes travelling to Egypt till the reason behind the Metrojet crash has been brought to light. According to Reuters, all the passenger flights originating from Russia have been suspended until the “the cause of the Russian Metrojet Flight 9268 crash is...

Cannot Pay? Die. Free Healthcare Market in India

Health care in India cannot be classified conventionally. Can it be attributed neither to systems based on tax revenue, nor to those that exist at the expense of the insurance funds. Despite of presence of state-run clinics in the country, the government spends on health 1.3% of GDP (according to...

Chemical weapons used by Isis in Syria: Reuters

Islamic State or Isis terrorists used mustard gas was used in a Syrian town where the Islamic insurgents were battling another group, according to a report by an international watchdog reports Reuters.   At least two people were exposed to sulfur mustard in the town of Marea, north of...

Top 20 Most Depressed Countries

Legatum Institute, a research institute in London, has published its annual Prosperity Index. The study evaluated 142 countries by parameters of so-called "prosperity." Talking about prosperity, we usually refer to a question of money, but Legatum Institute’s analysts believe that it's not just...

Space Age Iris Scanning Technology in Aid of Syrian Refugees

There are huge surge Syrian Refugees in Jordan, a country that has a population about the size of New York City. United Nations reports suggest that of millions of Syrians displaced by civil war and the attacks by Isis, more than 630,000 reside in Jordan.   However despite the huge...
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