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EU Is Not Going to Turn the Migrants Away - 05/04/2015

The EU does not intend to follow the example of Australia, which does not accept the migrants ships from third countries, turning them when entering the national territorial waters, said the European Commission representative Natasha Bertaud. European Commission spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud told reporters in Brussels that EU officials had not contacted Australia's authorities and had no intention...

Feeding the Planet with Expo 2015 - 05/01/2015

World Expo Show under the theme "Feeding the planet. Energy for Life" opened today in Milan. Despite the predictions of pessimists, every pavilion was ready to meet visitors, including the pavilion of Nepal, which already started raising funds for the elimination of consequences of earthquake. There is little doubt that Italy, having won the 2008 tender for the World Expo, can make a great show...

Pakistan Sentenced 10 Malala Yousafzai's Attackers to Life Imprisonment - 04/30/2015

17-year-old girl is the youngest in the history winner of the Nobel Prize, which was awarded to her in 2014 in recognition of her achievements in the struggle against the oppression of children and adolescents. Ten people, who took part in the assassination of 15-year-old Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai in October 2012, are sentenced to life imprisonment. Such a verdict, according to the...

Privatization Equates To ‘False Promises’ - 04/30/2015

A report of P.S.I points out the inconsistencies of privatization which seems to gain popularity among government figures. Thestrategist.media – 26 April 2015 – Rosa Pavanelli reports that promoting “privatizations” have been mere “false promises” as proven by the worldwide failure of attempting “water, energy, rail and health privatizations”. In fact, political parties have won election battle...

Syrian Crisis To Be Ended Through Political Discussions And Doubled Relief Aid, Urges Humanitarian Officials - 04/30/2015

The humanitarian officials urged the U.N. Security Council to take bold steps in order to end the crisis at Syria whereby millions of people die, suffer sexual violation, get wounded and are forced to evacuate in search of a safe region. Unites States – 26 April 2015 – The Senior U.N. humanitarian officials address the “Security Council” of the United Nations on the 24th April 2015, in regards to...

US Navy sends destroyer to rescue detained cargo ship in Iran - 04/29/2015

The United States Navy has sent a destroyer toward the Persian Gulf on Tuesday after Iran was unrelenting in giving away the control of a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo ship after accusing it of trespassing in territorial waters, The Wall Street Journal reported. The ship under question, the Maersk Tigris has 24 crew members on board. The Iranian forces fired shots across the ship’s bow, the...

Greece to Receive up to € 3 Billion Under the Turkish Stream Agreement - 04/28/2015

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras confirmed information about the possible advance payment for Athens on future deliveries. Greece can get up to 3 billion euros as an advance in the case of an agreement on the construction of transit Russian gas pipeline through the country, said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in an interview with Star TV, reports Bloomberg agency. According to him, due...

Nepal Quake Aid Set Off - 04/27/2015

Japan allocates 1 billion yen ($ 6.7 million) for assistance to Nepal aftermath of the devastating earthquake that occurred on 25 April. This was reported by the government. A group of Japanese rescue workers and military personnel of national self-defense forces of 70 people flew on the last Sunday in Nepal. They have to deliver tents, blankets and first aid. However, according to the Ministry...

Obama’s Secrecy Over T.T.P Deal May End-Up ‘Irritating Everyone’ - 04/25/2015

American President Barack Obama keeps the T.T.P deal’s negotiations within a closed circle. Consequently, many speculations and oppositions have come up against the deal which would unite the twelve countries of the ‘Pacific-rim’; although the President is getting support from the republicans in ‘Congress’. Thestrategist.media – 24 April 2015 – The economist.com reports that the U.S. President...

Morris: 'Democratic Deficit' & ‘General Malaise’ Make European Politics Unpredictable - 04/25/2015

As mainstream-parties are seeing a change in their support pattern, creating unpredictable political trend in Europe, the parties remain under pressure, while the lesser known ones begin to come in the fore-ground. Brussels – 22 April 2015 – Chris Morris reporting to B.B.C. News writes about unpredictable political trend of Europe. Morris points out that, so far, “European politica”, has...
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