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Iranians are Dissatisfied with McDonalds Coming to the Country

After years of efforts associated with the negotiations on the Iranian nuclear issue, the parties finally managed to conclude a final agreement, and thus together resolve their existing conflicts, yet it was a lot of different points of view about the nature of this agreement. Cancellation or...

Infidelity Website 'Ashley Madison' Hacking Leads to Two Suicides

There have been two confirmed suicides in relation to the hacking of a infidelity website Ashley Madison. This was confirmed by the Toronto police who also issued warnings to the hackers of the infidelity website that their actions "won't be tolerated" . Last week, hackers managed to...

White House To Initiate A Programme To Control The Increasing Deaths Due To Heroin Overdoses

The Washington Post reports about the positive legal reinforcement that will be taken up by the White House to curb the death toll caused by heroin overdoses. Keeping the increasing usage of heroin overdoses that proves fatal; the White House will be positively strengthening the legal regulation by...

‘I Could Win’: Claims Obama About The Election Of 2016

While giving a speech in Ethiopia, the present U.S. President Mr. Barack Obama claimed that had he run the election race in 2016, he could have bagged a yet another victory. Referring to the comparison drawn between President Obama and the “aloof” science administrator of Star Trek, Mr. Spock, by...

Its Just Weeks Before Second Batch of US trained Syrian Rebels are Deployed Against ISIS: Reuters

In their second effort to push back the ISIS insurgent from the Turkish border, a second group of rebel fighters who have been trained in Turkey by the U.S.-led coalition is most likely to be deployed within a couple of weeks, reported Reuters on Friday. In a joint action against the radical...

Greece Survives in Eurozone, Pays Debt to ECB but Faces National Elections Very Soon

Greece managed to scrape past being left out of the eurozone after it managed to repay $3.7 billion or 3.4 billion euro to the European Central Bank after the debt strapped country received a $14.5 billion aid from the European Stability Mechanism, the Eurozone’s bailout fund on Thursday....

Everyone is Afraid of China, Even Putin

This is dawn of a new economic order - so said Paul Mason in his monumental article published in the British newspaper The Guardian. This author has published a book “Postcapitalism” in late July. He argues that the capitalist dogma is going away, giving place to an economic model based on...

Rescue Squads At Work In China’s Blast Site To Clear Toxic Chemicals

The blast that took place in a Chinese industrial zone is becoming a potential toxic chemical threat. Rescuers are working hard to displace people and secure the area of harmful chemicals. As the Sunday dawned on the Chinese grounds, the soldiers along with numerous rescue workers dressed in hazard...

What’s in a Name in Business - Apparently a Lot

Google announced a change in its name, or at least a change in the name of the parent company through the formation of a new company – Alphabet. While the aim is to stream line the profit making and the not so profit making businesses of the group, many see similarities to changes in the name of...

Father Prosecuted for Preventing Rescue of 20 Year Old Drowning Daughter

Father Prefers Daughters Death than to Allow ‘Strange Men’ to Touch Her An Asian father was arrested ac charged with allegations of death of his daughter after the father refused help to save his drowning daughter claiming that her daughter would be dishonoured if she was touched by strange men....
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