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Iran’s Neutral Stance Towards Nuclear Deal Leaves The World Guessing - 04/14/2015

Iran takes a neutral stance towards the nuclear treaty. Even though, the country’s supreme leader doesn’t show any dissent on the said front yet encourages the negotiators not to give in to any military investigations. Tehran, Iran – 13 April 2015 – Adam Schreck reports to The World Post that at the final negotiation stage of the nuclear deal, Iran has adapted to “a tough bargaining stance”. The...

Morales Shares his Opinion about USA and Cuba's Rapprochement - 04/13/2015

Bolivian President Evo Morales said on his return to the country after the Summit of the Americas in Panama that Cuba will never leave peoples of the region. Local media reported today that Morales strongly warns that, despite the forthcoming relations with the United States, the island will remain faithful to the Latin America and the Caribbean. Speaking to network ATB, almost at dawn, Morales...

Why We Should Believe in China - 04/10/2015

Talks about the fact, which China is no longer growing at 10% per year, overshadow the more important processes in the economy. And, there is a rumor that China is becoming more important to the world than in the 2000s. Nothing normal I just went for a week to China, where attended the Boao Asia Forum - conference such as the World Economic Forum in Davos. The theme of my section was that the...

Women Have Not Yet Received Gender Equality In Politics - 04/10/2015

United Nations launch a political map wherein the women participation in political platform is yet to pick up speed. The slow velocity may prove to be hurdles for the implementation of U.N. development agenda. United States – 09 April 2015 – The latest map of “Women in Politics” launched by the United Nations is a reflection of the “sluggish progress” made by women on this field.   The...

France Amid Air Traffic Strike - 04/09/2015

Hundreds of flights were cancelled across Europe as France’s air traffic union called for a two day strike. French air traffic strike triggered by rise in pension age, left travellers stranded at the airports. Hundreds of flights were disrupted due to cancellations and delays not only impacting flights to France but also other places of Europe that can be reached through France Airspace. France’s...

Italy to Leave Eurozone - 04/09/2015

A petition to hold a national referendum, the main theme of which will be Italy’s exit from Eurozone, was signed by more than 100 thousand citizens. This allows supporters of going away from euro to push the document for consideration by the Italian Parliament. Italian supporters of the exit have collected more than 100 thousand signatures on a petition to hold a national referendum, which allows...

Air Pollution Alarms Danger for UK - 04/08/2015

The rapid rise in air pollution is a sign of concern for public health. The air pollution level is at its peak, particularly in England where the government is requesting people to reduce physical activities. The alarming level of air pollution coupled with warm weather is likely to trigger health problems. The entire UK is likely to elevated air pollution on Friday as polluted air from Europe...

Lack Of Proper Governmental Heads Leave Afghanistan Vulnerable - 04/08/2015

Afghan government fails to appoint responsible members in cabinet position. One year since last election and the country is still left leaderless. Due to the restricted amount of power given to the provincial governors, the capable ones are resigning from their post. Kabul – 08 April 2015 – David Loyn reporting for BBC News informs that presently even after one year has passed since the last...

American in British Court: Michael Bloomberg to run for Mayor of London - 04/08/2015

Michael Bloomberg, one of the richest people in the world, the owner of Bloomberg L. P. and former mayor of New York, is thinking now about to become the Mayor of London. This was reported by the British newspaper Sunday Times. The current mayor of London, Boris Johnson, whose term as mayor of the British capital will expire in 2016, has already announced his intention to run for parliament from...

Athens Claims € 279 Billion for the Nazi occupation - 04/07/2015

Greek authorities have stated that Germany owe them almost 279 billion euros as reparations for the Nazi occupation during World War II. Athens voiced the sum after the official count, but Berlin argues that this issue was legally settled many years ago. Observers explains the current financial claims of radical left government of Greece by forthcoming date of huge loan payments. Greek Prime...
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