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Woman’s Car Calls up Police Leading to her Arrest for a Hit-and-run Incident, after she had Fled

An unusual phone call to 911 helped the police solve a hit and run case in Florida, claimed the local police. A woman was arrested following the phone call.   However what was different about the phone call was that the call was not made by any human but by the security system of a car that...

Pollution Red Alert Sounded in Beijing, Vehicles, Factories & Educational Institutions to Remain Shut

Following an acrid smog that enveloped the Beijing for the second time this month, the Chinese authorities have issued its first pollution red alert for the Chinese capital.   The alert entails millions of vehicles being forced off the roads, factories and construction sites shut down and...

Barack Obama Unveiled Plans to Combat Terrorism

US President Barack Obama addressed the nation with anti-terrorism program. His speech was a response to a terrorist attack in the city of San Bernardino, where a couple shot party visitors with automatic weapons on December 3rd. As a result, 14 people were killed and 23injured. Barack Obama has...

No Ground Troops to Fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria: NATO

Stressing the need to bolster local forces in the fight against Islamic State militants in Syria , NATO has ruled out sending ground troops to fight against Islamic State militants in Syria, NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg told a Swiss newspaper on Monday.   "That is not on the...

A New Series of Arrests in FIFA

Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has confirmed that arrests of the organization’s officials in Zurich are carried out at the request of the US Justice Department, reports Reuters. The organization said it would continue to cooperate with the US authorities and Switzerland in...

Reports Claim More Fifa High Ranking Officials Arrested from Zurich

The investigations against the World football body FIFA intensified as more high-ranking Fifa officials were arrested as part of a long-running corruption investigation led by the United States, said reports in New York Times and sources within the Swiss authorities.   More than 12 people...

Fracking Rights Sold Out in a National Park in Botswana

Recent report suggests that right frack for shale gas have been sold by the Bostwana government quietly in one of Africa’s largest protected conservation areas, reports The Guardian.   The area in question is the Kgalagadi transfrontier park, with a total area of over 36,000 sq km, on the...

Russia Accuses Erdogan of Assistance to Terrorists

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his family are involved in illegal shipments of oil from Syrian fields captured by IS militants, said Deputy Defense Minister of Russia Anatoly Antonov. "According to sources, the highest political leadership of the country, President Erdogan and his...

Oxfam Report Says World's Richest 10% Produce Half of the Global Carbon Emissions

Half of the Earth’s climate-harming fossil-fuel is emitted by the 10% of the richest people.   British charity Oxfam claimed in a report released on Wednesday that the poorest half of the world produced just 10% of the green house gas.   Oxfam’s report comes at a time when...

It has Proof of Turkey Smuggling Oil from Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, Claims Russia

Alleging that the Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and his family had interests in the illegal smuggling of oil from Islamic State-held territory in Syria and Iraq and were benefiting financially from the deals, Russia's defense ministry said on Wednesday that it had proof to back the allegations....
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