Muslim students forced to follow Swiss handshake rule

The decision of exempting Muslim students from shaking hands with their female teachers (a Swiss tradition) caused uproar in the country last month. The education authorities in the Northern Swiss municipality of Therwil in the canton of Basel-Country determined the controversial ruling should…

Read Full Article

Abrini arrested Paris attack suspect

The recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels resonated around the world, and were some of the deadliest carried out within the west since 9/11. Following the attacks, authorities have gone after those responsible; not just to achieve justice, but even more importantly, to gain information…

Read Full Article

Two Canadian women held in Panama prison

Two Canadians, Natalia Stachowiak, a 21 year-old from Edmonton, and 27 year-old Calgarian, Christina Jocko are in a Panamanian prison. Their case has been in process by the federal government since November, 2014. They have been waiting for a judgement for two years to serve the sentence in their…

Read Full Article

The attack on Bacha Khan University

The attack on Bacha Khan University by the Pakistani Taliban has been another terrible disaster among many perpetrated by the terrorist group. The Pakistani Taliban has set fires to schools and they have opened fire at school children. The peak of these attacks started during December of 2014 when…

Read Full Article

Discussions In Vienna Hold The Key To Iran-US Nuclear Deal

Neither the US, nor the Iranians seem to be in a hurry to finalize the modalities of the proposed nuclear agreement between Iran and the US. The two nations are on a joint mission to complete the formalities of an agreement to curb sanctions on Iran in exchange for imposition of restrictions on the…

Read Full Article

10 year Anniversary of Bombings

Ten years ago 52 people lost their lives during several suicide bomb attacks in London, performed by four male Islamist. Like we mentioned above 52 people had lost their lives and 700 people were injured in those attacks. This is Great Britain’s worst terrorist incident since 1988, so…

Read Full Article

Military drones would be used for civilian purposes soon

Helicopter drone program by U.S. Marine Corps was a great success and therefore the mission period has been increased from six months to 33 months. Aerospace major Kaman made K-MAX unmanned helicopters for the military. Couple of these drones has survived for three years in the Afghanistan. The…

Read Full Article

US Military Plans Huge Exercise in Alaska

Annual military drills are important to keep the armed forces on toe. Sudden war situation can shock the resting military and indirectly contributes to defeat. Around 200 military aircrafts gathered around Alaska to conduct an annual training exercise. The Gulf of Alaska is expected to witness…

Read Full Article

Puppies and heroin

Dogs are one of the most amazing animals in the world and majority of people simply love them. Still you can always find other group of people who use them for their twisted plans and who have nothing against animal cruelty. Luckily these people cannot do this forever, because at some point, someone…

Read Full Article

Heating

Global Warming is that the increase of Earth's average surface temperature attributable to result of greenhouse gases, like dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels or from deforestation, that lure heat that may otherwise throw off Earth. Observational proof from all continents and most…

Read Full Article

Nine Endangered Fin Whales Dead In Alaska

The Alaska has been at the focal point of the green activist since the controversial sea drilling plans by Shell. The activists have been shouting about the destruction of complex ecology of the region due to the same. Now scientists based in Alaska are exploring the reasons behind nine fin…

Read Full Article

Puerto Rico Faces Financial Crisis

The Puerto Rico is going through several financial troubles. In order to help the struggling government on the island, the congress is planning to form a control board. The federal intervention is on its way to normalize the situation. A South Carolina Republican, Jeffrey D. Duncan informed fellow…

Read Full Article

Search for a woman in photograph

In 1946, people had seen a photo of a little girl, it was a black and white picture where you could see a child standing and looking in the distance. It’s been almost 70 years and it seems like people are still curious to find out who that girl is. There is a group called Tu Bylo,Tu Stalo and…

Read Full Article

Nepal tremor

On 25th April 2015 A man tremor hit Nepal and executed 8,800 individuals and more than 23000 were harmed. It hit Nepal with 7.8 size. It was the most noticeably bad fiasco. Several individuals got to be homeless,whole towns flattened,9th structures were obliterated. Geophysicists has cautioned…

Read Full Article

Guadalcanal Campaign

The Guadalcanal Campaign is also known as the Operation Watchtower and the Battle of Guadalcanal. It was fought between 7 August 1942 and 9 February 1943. The Battle of Guadalcanal was fought in the World War II on the island of Guadalcanal. This battle is known because it was the first major…

Read Full Article

Drone Strikes on terrorist abroad

The passing’s of an Italian and an American in a secretive CIA automaton strike in Pakistan — and the expository twisting needed by the president when he educated the world — have inhaled new earnestness into a since quite a while ago slowed down arrangement to give the Pentagon…

Read Full Article

Assets of US army

The armed forces most basic vehicle is the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HHMWV), normally called the Humvee, which is fit for serving as a load/troop bearer, weapons state. They work a wide assortment of battle bolster vehicles, a standout amongst the most widely recognized sorts…

Read Full Article

America North Texas Shootout

Only two days after her 18th birthday, Lydia Ko got her best present. The interesting fact is, she supplied that present by herself. She defeated Morgan Pressel at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic Presented by CTBC. Ko managed to achieve this victory by defeating Pressel on the second hole and won…

Read Full Article

HSBC considers moving out of UK

HSBC (the Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation) Holding PLC, finance and banking giant based in London is threatening to move its headquarter out of UK. The possibility of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union has resulted in this situation. The economic troubles for the bank will increase…

Read Full Article

U.S. to Remove Cuba from the List of Terrorism Sponsors

According to a U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee source, the State Department has proposed to President Barack Obama that he removes Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism. Obama said during a short stay in Jamaica that he was waiting for his advisors to step forward with their…

Read Full Article

David Cameron Wants Tougher Laws to Ban Muslim Brotherhood

According to some sources, British Prime Minister David Cameron will propose changing the laws regarding the ban of extremist groups like Muslim Brotherhood, a move that Egypt already made. Currently there are no laws in the United Kingdom which allow prohibition of dangerous groups. Downing Street…

Read Full Article

Yahoo! Stopping its Operations in China

Hundreds of workers will be laid off due to Yahoo!'s decision to pull the plug on its Chinese operations. The Yahoo! office in Beijing had the role of serving as a R&D center for the internet giant in the region. Yahoo! said in a statement that the company is trying to align resources and…

Read Full Article

Portugal Gave Back 22 Percent of Its Bailout Debt

Portugal reimbursed EUR 6.6 billion as part of repaying its bailout loans. This amounts to 22 percent of Portugal's bailout debt secured partly by IMF. The reimbursement took place in the past few weeks thanks to record-low bond yields, said the IGCP state agency. As previously said, a third of…

Read Full Article

Four Myths about India's Traffic Crisis

There are, generally speaking, a lot of myths about the congested New Delhi traffic, and traffic in India overall. There is simply something terribly wrong about a flyover in Delhi that needed to be shut down for repairs only 14 years after opening, and the never-ending metro construction. Here are…

Read Full Article

Murder-Suicide of Entire Family in Gibraltar

An apparent murder-suicide in Gibraltar has resulted in four deaths – a whole family has been stabbed to death. Husband, 37, from Liverpool, and his Spanish wife, alongside two children – one of which is one six weeks old, were found dead with stab injuries after police was alerted by…

Read Full Article

Man accused of planning to attack Toronto

Living in the terrorism era, where cultural differences have the possibility to conduct to conflicts which may develop even further in major events, bringing death upon the ‘opposite’ camp/faith/culture/religion, a recent event has been recorded as a terrorism attempt at the US consulate…

Read Full Article

‘’First humans’’ jawbone found in Ethiopia

When we tough that we finally solve the puzzle of our genesis, scientist found a new clue, which can be reason for a new theory of our genesis. Scientists found a human jawbone, which is 2.8 million years old, 400.000 years older than our species first emerged, according to the researcher’s…

Read Full Article

Dozens of Miners Missing Feared Dead in rebel East Ukraine

A blast which occurred on Wednesday resulted into several miners being trapped underground at a coal mine that is located in eastern Ukraine with rescues saying that the chances of finding any miner alive are very slim. According to authorities the blast, which occurred in one of the areas which are…

Read Full Article

U.S., CUBA TO MEET FOR SECOND ROUND OF NORMALIZATION TALKS

On Friday, officials from the U.S. as well as Cuba are set to meet in Washington D.C. for a second round of talks which are aimed at repairing diplomatic relations between the two countries, amid frictions that Cuba is on the list of countries that sponsors terrorism in the world. The one day talk…

Read Full Article

U.S. ISRAEL TENSION DEEPENS

On Wednesday the judgment of Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu was questioned by U.S. officials stating that the prime minister’s outspoken condemnation of the efforts being made so as to secure a nuclear deal with Iran had injected destructive partisanship into the U.S.…

Read Full Article

Shooter in Copenhagen

The person involved in two shooting attacks in Copenhagen, was released from prison two weeks ago. Some Danish sources confirmed that name of the attacker is Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein. On the other side Copenhagen police said that the attacker was 22 years Dane, with a history of criminal actions.…

Read Full Article

Kayla Muller’s Death- Still a hidden tragedy

Still there is no evidence to come to a conclusion that Kayla Muller was killed by an air strike according to the White house officials. The reports of Islamic State (IS) state that Muller, the US female hostage was killed when the Jordanian jets bombed a house on the outskirts of their Syrian…

Read Full Article

THE POOR IN CROATIA HAD THEIR DEBTS CANCELED

Talk about Christmas coming early. Monday will bring a new dawn for many Croatia’s poor citizens as they will have all their debts wiped-out. The campaign which is dubbed “Fresh-Start” will see the government of Croatia helping out more than 317,000 poor Croatian’s who have…

Read Full Article

Too many cameras in the U.K.

Tony Porter is the government appointed camera surveillance commissioner for England and Wales. Basically his job is to keep an eye on what goes one in the CCTV surveillance domain and make sure things run smooth. Mr. Porter is concerned about the situation of this domain and sees two problems with…

Read Full Article

Hosni Mubarak’s sons released

It’s been four years since the former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has been removed from his position. And it’s only now, one day after the anniversary that his two sons, Gamal and Alaa, have been released from prison. Seeing how the two haven’t been trialed yet they…

Read Full Article

The official ‘Je Suis Charlie’ app

Since Monday you can show your support for freedom of speech through a smartphone app. This app was created in wake of the shootings at the French magazine Charlie Hebdo and since Monday morning it has over 44,000 downloads. The app was developed by developers in Toronto, Canada and is currently…

Read Full Article

Albanian Seamen Die in Ferry Recovery

On Tuesday, two Albanian seamen died while trying to help those on the Italian ferry. These two men were hit by cables that were being used to save passengers on the ferry. A fire broke out on the ferry for unknown reasons and the passengers had to be rescued. These Albanian men were part of the…

Read Full Article

Latest News

Royal household manager guilty of corruption

Royal household manager guilty of corruption

Ronald Harper, a former deputy property manager for the British royal household, has been found guilty of corruption. The property manager took £55,000 in bribes from friends in exchange for lucrative contracts at Kensington, St. James, and Buckingham Palace. Harpers annual budget was…
Police Ambush: What happened in Dallas?

Police Ambush: What happened in Dallas?

It all happened on the night of July 7th during a peaceful protest against police officers brutalizing black people. This racial conversation has become a hot topic in the United States creating an atmosphere that seems to open wounds from the time of the Civil Rights movement. This protest was…
Utah baby born missing the back of the skull

Utah baby born missing the back of the skull

Two parents, Ben and Alyssa Riedhead, prepared to bury their soon to be born child. Tests during the Riedhead’s first pregnancy revealed the crushing knowledge that the baby had been diagnosed with encephalocele, a deficiency in the skull where it doesn’t fully develop. Ben and Alyssa…
Battaglia to be executed in Dallas, Texas

Battaglia to be executed in Dallas, Texas

John Battaglia was accused and found guilty of the murder of his own two daughters, 6 year-old Liberty and 9 year-old Faith. On May 12, 2001, as revenge against the girls’ mother, Battaglia shot his daughters while he was talking to their mother who heard her daughter plead with him and then…
Canadian Pilot dies in Antarctica

Canadian Pilot dies in Antarctica

A veteran Canadian helicopter pilot David Wood, 62, has died near an Australian Antarctic base after falling into a 65 foot deep crack in an ice shelf. David Wood had over 30 years of flying experience. His home was in Manitoba, Canada, where he worked as a charter pilot, according to Bruno Meili of…

Breaking News

Brazil Senate votes to indict President Rousseff while Olympics in progress

Just a week ago, all eyes were on Brazil for all the right reasons - the Olympic Games. However, this was not a good a time for ousting Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff. The country’s Senate was voting to have her impeached from office. As of August 3, 2016, more than three-quarters of…

Theresa May Set To Be Next Prime Minister of Britain

Andrea Leadsom recently left the position of Conservative Party leader. This paves the way for Theresa May becoming the next prime minister of the United Kingdom. May is now the Conservative Party leader and she will become the second woman to serve Britain as prime minister. Her colleagues have…

Three Syrians arrested in Germany accused of planning attacks

Three Syrian men suspected of planning a terrorist attack were arrested in Germany six days ago. The plan was plotted to attack Dusseldorf for the Islamic State. On Feb. 1 this year, a fourth Syrian man turned himself in Paris and provided intel on the attack. For four months, a plan to arrest the…

Brazil's President may be impeached

Impeachment of a politician at the level of a President or Prime Minister doesn’t happen very often, but Brazil is looking at that distinct possibility. Dilma Rousseff is the current President, and is facing massive pressure from millions of citizens to leave. The issue at hand is the…

Man attacks Iditarod teams with snowmobile

Iditarod races are a thing of beauty if you are a dog lover, and they are a popular activity in Alaska. Unfortunately, something horrific occurred during a recent race. A man on a snowmobile hit two teams of dogs, injuring three and killing one. When this news was first released, the story was…

Researchers in Russia unearth a Wooly Mammoth

Wooly mammoths date back to pre-historic times. Many remains have been found frozen in the tundra over the years. The tusks of these huge beasts have been measured up to 15 feet long and it is estimated an adult mammoth could weigh between 5 and 7 tons. Recently, researchers from Russia have…

Awesome Articles

Germans question Germany’s refugee policies in wake of terror attacks

Germans question Germany’s refugee policies in wake of terror attacks

The last decade in Germany has been one that will probably be remembered as Germany’s golden age. However, this progress seems to have started to recede as a result of some policies, especially the one concerning refugees. Germans question the fact that allowing hundreds of thousands of…
Top 3 players of the LPGA Classic in Galloway, N.J. June 3-5

Top 3 players of the LPGA Classic in Galloway, N.J. June 3-5

On the beautiful Bay Course at the Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey, the LPGA Classic took place on June 3-5, 2016. Now, there were so many appealing things that took place at the venue. There was lots of golf, lots of money in prizes, and, of course, the top golf women…
Muslim students forced to follow Swiss handshake rule

Muslim students forced to follow Swiss handshake rule

The decision of exempting Muslim students from shaking hands with their female teachers (a Swiss tradition) caused uproar in the country last month. The education authorities in the Northern Swiss municipality of Therwil in the canton of Basel-Country determined the controversial ruling should…
Abrini arrested Paris attack suspect

Abrini arrested Paris attack suspect

The recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels resonated around the world, and were some of the deadliest carried out within the west since 9/11. Following the attacks, authorities have gone after those responsible; not just to achieve justice, but even more importantly, to gain information…
Two Canadian women held in Panama prison

Two Canadian women held in Panama prison

Two Canadians, Natalia Stachowiak, a 21 year-old from Edmonton, and 27 year-old Calgarian, Christina Jocko are in a Panamanian prison. Their case has been in process by the federal government since November, 2014. They have been waiting for a judgement for two years to serve the sentence in their…
The attack on Bacha Khan University

The attack on Bacha Khan University

The attack on Bacha Khan University by the Pakistani Taliban has been another terrible disaster among many perpetrated by the terrorist group. The Pakistani Taliban has set fires to schools and they have opened fire at school children. The peak of these attacks started during December of 2014 when…