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As Liberia Expects All-Clear, Ebola Epidemic to be Declared Over by WHO

With the country of Liberia – the last of the African regions to be still affected be the Ebola virus expecting the all-clear, the two-year Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,000 people in west Africa is due to be declared officially over on Thursday.   Since it emerged in southern...

Europe Thinks About Supervision Over Poland

During the meeting scheduled for today, the European Commission will consider a very delicate question: Is the European Union ready to apply the mechanisms of pressure on Warsaw after Poland had taken the controversial amendments to the law on the Constitutional Court and media. One of the...

US is Preparing New Testing of 'Smart' Nuke

The US military is preparing testing of new nuclear weapons, equipped with modern control systems and programming. The main objective of the tests is to create charges at the power that would be more precise to hit a given target, including underground, thus causing less damage to the surrounding....

Donald Trump Paid Tribute to Kim Jong-un

Billionaire Donald Trump, running for president of the United States, praised the leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un. During his Saturday speech, the businessman said that the North Korean dictator "is to pay tribute" for the way he took over management of the country and did not hesitate to execute...

UK Environment Agency Fines Donald Trump for Pollution From one of his Private Jets

Donald Trump, the controversial US presidential candidate and climate change sceptic now faces a fine for the carbon pollution from one of his enormous private jets as a possible deterrent even as a parliamentary petition backed by 500,000 people has so far failed to bar Donald Trump from...

China is Building Underground Oil Reserves

China is creating underground storage facilities that can accommodate up to a quarter of the expanded strategic oil reserves by 2020. This should reduce cost of the process of creating storages, which typically are expensive and take up too much space in the densely populated coastal areas. The...

Saudi Arabia Can Lose Billions if Iranians Refuse Hajj

The severance of relations of Saudi Arabia and Iran can bring Riyadh huge losses due to alleged refusal of the Iranian pilgrimage to Mecca. It is reported that about 100 thousand Iranians come to the annual hajj to Saudi Arabia, another 500 thousand commit minor pilgrimage (umrah). Share of...

UNHCR Reports Reveal The Total Number Of Refugees Migrating Into Europe Via Sea Route

Almost five times more refugees fleeing from Syria through marine waters took shelter in Europe. Migrants fleeing from the ISIS held territories travelled by land as well as by water ways. However, most who sought the marine root “made their way on the Aegean Sea to Greece's islands from Turkey”....

History At The Mercy Of Natural Calamities

Britain witnesses century old bridges collapsing over the torrentially flooded rivers. The end of 2015, brought in flooded woes for Britain, whereby the country took in several blows from cyclones as the streets of Britain in some parts turned into “raging torrents” forcing “thousands of residents...

A New Bill Curtails Polish Broadcasters’ Freedom

The government of Poland has introduced a new bill whereby the media and press organisations are quite troubled. Poland is ruled by a “conservative government”, whereby the government has come up with a new bill that will transform the public broadcasters business across the country. Likewise, the...
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