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Cuba and Washington re-open their embassies

Sensing a growing thaw in U.S-Cuba relations, Havana has urged Washington to fully dismantle the 53 year old embargo. After a gap of 54 years, the Cuban flag was raised over the Cuban embassy in Washington, U.S.A. Hopefully the move towards normalizing and restoring relations with Cuba will open a...

Netanyahu's Woes

It's hard to remember when the Israeli leadership ever looked so sad as the week, when the agreement Iran's nuclear program has been finally signed. World leaders have ignored unsure statements of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticizing the agreement. This showed that the Israeli policies not...

Shanghai Disneyland: A Chinese Fairytale

Mickey Mouse is going to officially settle in China: after five years of run-up, in the spring of 2016, Shanghai Disneyland finally opens its doors to visitors. Hong Kong Disneyland will celebrate its tenth anniversary in September this year, but the Shanghai park will be the first in mainland...

US Army to Soon Get Next Generation 120mm Tank Ammunition

Orbital ATK Begins Production of M829E4 Advanced Kinetic Energy 120mm Tactical Tank Cartridge Orbital ATK Inc. is all set to begin production of the M829E4 Advanced Kinetic Energy 120mm tactical tank cartridge. The company announced on Monday that the latest tank ammunition had passed the First...

CO2 Emission Is Proportionate To The Damages Of Marine Ecosystem, Reports Recent Studies

The long neglected issue of the effects of global warming on the oceans are being urged to receive the limelight. A recent study highlights the growing risks of CO2 emission on the marine ecosystem, whereby sooner or later humanity will face the impact. New York – 16 July 2015 – The Friday issue of...

Stricter National Emission Caps in EU Soon

As a part of the effort to reduce air pollution in the 28 member States, the European Parliament Environment Committee is all set to enforce tougher new national caps on air pollutants. The new caps would be tougher than those proposed to be imposed by the European Commission.   Majority of...

ISIS, Russia Threat Leads NATO to Organize Largest Military Exercise in 13 Years

More than 30 countries will participate in the largest military exercise held by The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) since 2002. More than 36,000 troops from the member countries would be deployed for the exercise on October 3 till November 6 in the Mediterranean Sea.   NATO said...

The Supreme Court To Conduct Hearing Processes In Response To The Appeal Of The Non-Members Of The Union

The Supreme Court of the U.S. has agreed to take upon the case of non-union teachers contesting the need to pay union dues. The non-members feel that union dues are an infringement on their First Amendment Rights of free speech. The Supreme Court of the United States of America showed its consent...

The Most and Least Peaceful Countries on the Global Peace Index

The Institute for Economics and Peace recently released its 2015 Global Peace Index report, highlighting the countries’ worst hit by violence and the most peaceful ones. Overall, IEP has noticed an upsurge in violence worldwide, mostly due to revolutionary inclinations, terrorism and armed...

EU Loses Credibility

The protracted economic crisis in the EU peripheral countries is undermining confidence in the institutions of the Union. This is evidenced by the results of Eurobarometer poll. Confidence in the EU falls across the euro area against the background of long-term crisis, but this is especially...
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