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North Korean Sanction On The South Could Be Lifted Through Discussions

There are hopes of ending sanctions on South Korea, whereby the North will hold discussions with each other. The sanction imposed on South Korea following the naval attack in the year of 2010 can be lifted, informed the South on Wednesday. It is ready to hold discussion to consider “North Korea's...

Deutsch Bank Trials May Require Murdoch’s Presence In The Court

Murdoch of Deutsch Bank could be summoned to the court hearing that has been filed by the late Kirch’s accusation. Reuters reports states that in the trial against the executives of the Deutsche Bank, the prosecutors demand the presence of “30 additional witnesses” whereby Rupert Murdoch along with...

Nuclear Deal Gets Iranian Activists’ Support In The Hope of Political Reform

Iranian reformists hope to improve Iran’s situation by supporting the nuclear deal. The nuclear deal conducted between Iran and other “world powers” are being backed by Iranian lawyers, artists and activists in the hope of a “political opening” that was promised to the country, whereby showing the...

License Plate Reader Helped Police Pick up Virginia Journalist Killer

The latest technology for license plate reading was behind the police nabbing Vester Lee Flanagan’s car after he shot and killed two TV journalist in Verginia on Wednesday. Flanagan’s Chevrolet was identified on Interstate 66 at approximately 11:20 a.m. ET by the license plate reader in the...

Germany: Facebook Should Remove Racist Posts

Minister of Justice of Germany Heiko Maas requires Facebook to delete racist posts about refugees after several attacks on a refugee camp in Germany. - Facebook needs to urgently review its policy in relation to these records, he wrote in a letter from August 26, published to Facebook, according to...

UK's Foreign Population Highest Ever, Set to cross 8 million

Academics from Oxford University's Migration Observatory said that UK's foreign-born population is set to top 8 million for the first time ever. The official figures on this are due to be released by the Office for National Statistics on Thursday.   The key factors driving this trend are...

Italia and Lithuania are Against Gay Marriages

Hierarch of the Catholic Church criticized the plans of the Italian authorities to adopt a law on civil unions aimed at protecting the rights of sexual minorities. In an interview with the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco of Genoa called rights of the family and the...

Archaeologists Come Across A Skull Rack Of The Aztec Era

Scientists peep a little more beneath the dusted layers of history wherein lied a human skull rack of the Aztec empire which is being rescued currently. Mexico – 20 August 2015 – The ancient Aztec empire leaves yet reminiscence of heyday as the archaeologists come across “a massive ceremonial skull...

ISIS Millitant Demolish 2000 Year old Temple in Palmyra, Syria

After Sunday’s claim, the militants of the Islamic State published photos to show how the watt they has destroyed a Roman-era temple in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. The photos went viral on the internet and brought in sharp criticism from various quarters of life. The UNESCO has called...

Infidelity Website Ashley Madison sued in US federal court as well as in Canada

Facing acquisitions of two suicides in Canada, the controversial dating site for people seeking an extra-marital affair, Ashley Madison, now faces a law suit in the US. The parent company of the website Avid Life Media is also part of the accused in the suit. Ashley Madison has been in the news...
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