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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Tornado Rips through Louisiana

There are few natural disasters quite as terrifying as a tornado. Unfortunately, they are a common occurrence in America, causing huge amounts of property destruction along with human deaths and injuries. The latest incident happened recently in Louisiana and affected other neighboring states as…

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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…

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California Makes Police Shooting Video Public

The structural violence against the common public by police continues in the nation. The newly released video points out another incidence of police shooting at an unarmed man and the clip were classified for two years. California court has forced the police department to release the video. Gardena…

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Government report points out adverse effects of fracking

The housing prices will drop by 7 percent in Britain around the fracking operation areas. The new drilling technique is being used to pump shale gas out of the Earth’s crust. The environmental damage caused by these activities will also affect the structural stability. A government report…

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Controversial GM wheat fails to resist pests

The genetically modified crops are often criticized for their side effects. Many activists claim that it is dangerous to consume them without sufficient field trials. The pro-GMO lobby and corporations often justify these crops due to their high yields and pest resisting capabilities. This makes…

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High Levels of Fecal Bacteria alongside Texas Coastline

Due to flooding that struck the area recently, combined with Tropical Storm Bill have resulted in high levels of fecal bacteria along the coastline of Texas. Large amounts of waste were dumped in the Gulf of Mexico because rain was carrying it upstream. On Tuesday morning 17 beaches in Galveston…

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Google Exec Dies in Car Accident in Cannes

A Google executive lost his life during the Cannes Lions advertising festival in France. Google promptly emailed a statement to all major media outlets that the company has lost a loved and respected member of their team. "We are deeply saddened and our thoughts are with his family and…

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Freddie Gray Died of “High-Energy Injury”

An autopsy on a man who died in police custody in Baltimore had probably died of a “high-energy injury” which probably occurred when the vehicle he was in stopped abruptly. The deceased, 25-yer-old Freddie Gray, was arrested after a foot chase. He suffered a severe back injury and passed…

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Bottled Water Recalled Over E. Coli Alarm

A number of bottled water brands have been recalled by a bottling company in California due to an abundance of caution. The company said that E. coli has been discovered in one of the water sources. The company is headquartered in Ontario, Canada which announced it was recalling water bottled at its…

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Centrifugal pumps

Kolkata, 19th May: As the liquid enters the shaft, the rotor makes it compressed and the pressure, thus developed generates the speed of the pump. The velocity head is generated out of the acceleration that is developed from the system after the rotor compresses and enforces the liquid in the shaft.…

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US Ban Order Of 'unsafe' Trans-Fats

The US regulators said that the Trans – fats are very unsafe for consuming and must be banned within a period of three years. According to the US Food and Drug Administration, the main source of Trans fats – hydrogenated oils i.e. PHOs is not safe. It has been banned so that it can save…

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HIV Activists in Kenya Want to Destroy Data

Human right activities, in Kenya, are on the court, in order to make Kenya’s government destroy the list of HIV positive children. According to them, it is forbidden to have the list of people who are living with HIV. The president of Kenya ordered the data collection at the beginning of the…

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Man petitioned Chinese Actress for Staring at him

A recent news in “The Huffington Post” shows that the superstar Chinese actress has been alleged for staring at a TV viewer which in turn caused spiritual damage to him. Can you believe this? The alleged actress is Zhao Wei aka Vicki Zhao who is a Chinese actress, pop singer and film…

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New Horizon spacecraft will demystify Pluto

The space exploration program by humans is achieving new goals day by day. New Horizons spacecraft has literally reached to new horizon now as its parent agency NASA informed that it is about to complete nine year long travel to reach its destination. The spacecraft reached to Pluto after traveling…

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Pediatric Oncologist Accused of Child Porn Possession

A pediatric oncologist has been arrested and charged with possession of child porn, said the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The doctor works at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The suspect has been identified as Dennis Hughes and was apprehended in his home in Pearland on Friday.…

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South Korea Anticipates More Mers Cases

South Korea is using body heat scanners in order to control the spread of the virus. They are just some of the tools this country is using against Mers. According to the WHO (World Health Organization), this Mers situation is serious and large. They also expect more cases of the infected people. In…

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911 Calls Reveal Chaos during Two Shark Attacks

Calls made to 911 after two young people were gravely injured in two separate shark attacks in North Carolina are a proof of chaos that ruled the beaches as the victims' friends and family members were trying to prevent them from bleeding to death. A call made to 911 was made by a woman who had…

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Oscar Pistorius soon to be released

As most of us know Oscar Pistorius is a South African sprint runner who killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013, at his home. He claimed that he didn’t kill her deliberately and that he mistook her for an invader. In 2014, he was sentenced to five years in prison, but it seems like he…

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Two people are dead in South Korea because of Mers

Two people are dead in South Korea due to Mers (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome). These were the first fatalities from this disease. Woman, who was In contact with an original case (the man who visited Middle East) was the first case. She was 58 years old. The second victim was a 71-year-old man.…

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Legal - Woman Gets Time For Having Sex On The Beach

In what seems like a script a Hollywood movie, two people, a 20-year old woman and a 40-year old man, who were caught having sex now face a possible jail time. Earlier this week a court sentenced a 20-year old Florida woman to 2.5 years in prison after being found guilty of having sex on the beach.…

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Hundreds Expected to Join Anti-Islam Rally in Phoenix

Hundreds are expected to support a protest called “Freedom of Speech Rally” that is to take place outside a mosque in Phoenix which was attended by Nadir Soofi and Elton Simpson. The two drove up from Arizona to a suburb in Dallas where they opened fire outside a Prophet Muhammad cartoon…

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Four-Year-Old Shots Herself in the Face

A terrible tragedy took place in Yonkers on Monday night when a girl, 4, shot herself in the face by accident with a handgun. She remains in critical condition in Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. Police say they found a semi-automatic handgun in the apartment where the incident took place. It…

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Guinea: Corpse in a taxi

According to the latest information, 6 people in Guinea were traveling with a corpse in a taxi! The corpse was their relative who died from the Ebola virus. All 6 men are in jail at this moment. Police said that body was in a taxi, on a seat, upright with sunglasses and T-shirt. Other 2 men were…

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Philippines need the U.S. Navy back

OLONGAPO, Philippines - At the tallness of the Vietnam War, the unlimited U.S. Naval force base here at Subic Bay, over the South China Sea from the battling, was murmuring with movement, and for the 30,000 regular citizen Filipinos who took a shot at support, repair and many other high-paid…

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Giant squid found in New Zealand

The South Island region in the New Zealand discovered a giant squid on its coast recently. The tentacles were as long as 16 feet. The scavengers and vultures were ripping off the flesh of the specimen. The body is preserved in the local museum now. The body has been identified as a mature fame by…

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U.S. Military Proposes Challenge to China Sea Claims

The U.S. military is considering utilizing a flying machine and Navy boats to straightforwardly challenge Chinese regional cases to a chain of quickly growing counterfeit islands, U.S. authorities said, in a move that would up the ante in a provincial confrontation over who controls questioned…

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Protection of transgender inmates, Plead by Elton John

A transgender woman who was mistreated at a prison in Georgia caught the attention of Elton John and Michael Stipe. The two are asking for the balanced treatment among the prisoners transgender or not. Based on the report of rockers on April 07, 2015, “Transgender women whom should be given…

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Richard Kilty Hit Out at Absent Sprinters

The 60-metre world indoor champion, Richard Kilty, has criticised Britain’s absent important sprinters. He accused them of letting the entire team down especially after a second significant string 4 x 100 meters crashing out the globe relays heats. With James Dasuolu, Chijindu Ujah,…

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Iran Fleet Carrying Arms to Yemen Says Concerned US

Defence Secretary of the United States, Ashton Carter, has stated that there are reports that an Iranian fleet of ships carrying the weapons has set out to Yemen to reinforce the Shi’ite Houthi rebels. While talking to the reporters, Carter added further that there does not seem to be any…

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Terror Groups Posing A Threat To Families

Terror groups are posing a huge threat to families as their kids are increasingly leaving their homes so as to join such groups for instance ISIS. There is an increase in a number of terror groups which are campaigning to recruit new members most of them young youths from all over the country.…

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Two Atlanta flights delayed, why?

Flight delays are a norm and something each of us have experienced but what was so different about the two flights coming to Atlanta? These planes full of passengers were given bomb threats. Yes, a terrifying reality of today’s time is the treat of explosions. A similar threat came to the two…

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Twin Toddlers Die When Their Stroller Rolls into a Canal

Police in Yuma, Arizona, have announced that twin boys aged a year and a half have drowned in a canal in the southwestern part of the state. The tragedy took place when their stroller accidentally rolled off into the water while their mother stopped and tried to deter a bee. Alexis Keslar, who is…

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Tennessee Suspends Death Penalties

All executions have been suspended in the state of Tennessee after the Supreme Court decided that lethal injections and the electric chair are inhumane ways of punishing convicts. "We're grateful that the Tennessee Supreme Court saw fit to lift these execution dates at least temporarily as…

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Boy, 3, Shoots and Kills a Toddler in Cleveland

A three-year-old boy was handling a gun in Cleveland, Ohio, when it went off and shot a one-year-old boy in the head. The boy was taken to a hospital immediately but he was later pronounced dead. The tragedy took place on Sunday afternoon. According to the Police Chief of Cleveland, Calvin Williams,…

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Liam Neeson Set to Retire Soon

With widespread rumors about his retirement from the main screen, 62 year old Neeson seems to have confirmed this when he said that people shouldn’t expect “Taken 26” as he’s aware how much he can star in action packed sets. With his latest movie “Run All Night”…

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Six Victims of Synagogue Collapse Still Unidentified

Six victims of the 2014 Synagogue Church of All Nations collapse have still not been identified, said Consultant Pathologist John Obafunwa. The information was revealed during the probe into the cause of the incident which was set up by the coroner. Lagos State Government set up the investigation to…

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New York – a City with a Painful Tuberculosis History

New York City marked the World Tuberculosis Day on March 24, recognized by the World Health Organization in 1995. The day was marked by the annual TB walk. Although city reported only 585 cases of TB last year, it has not been long since the threat of an epidemic in that metropolis some 25 years…

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Victims Hiding in Jewish Supermarket Suing the Media

The victims of a Jewish supermarket siege in Paris who hid in a refrigerator to avoid being killed are now suing French media because they outed their location and broadcast it live during the attack. The incident took place on 9 January when gunman Amedy Coulibaly stormed Hyper Casher Jewish…

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ATLAST AMANDA KNOX CAN BREATHE AGAIN

Following the decision by an Italian judge to clear all the charges that were facing Amanda Knox, she has come out publicly to express her gratitude to the judge. In addition to that she stated that she was graceful to have her life back and her name had finally been cleared of any wrong doing. In a…

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The idea of AAP is bigger than party or any individual

Rebels were chucked out of national executive of AAP amidst a lot of suspense over the entire issue. Kejriwal is said to have prescripted the entire drama. He knew of what was to happen. There was a lot of violence during the meeting. The day has come when rebels like Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra…

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BJP And Congress Will Gain When AAP Loses Ground

The BJP and Congress seem to be the only ones to gain from the ensuing internal strife in AAP. The infighting has been inordinately highlighted by the media in all its forms. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal is accused of wielding an autocratic rule over AAP. Kejriwal insists all…

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Bomb threat stalls Aaron Hernandez trial

Aaron Hernandez, the tight end whose name is on the end of everyone's tongue. If he isn't on your radar currently then let me explain why he should be. At the end of June of 2013, Hernandez was investigated for the charge of murdering Odin Lloyd, priorly a semi-professional linebacker for…

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DEA involved in cartel sex parties

Reports have gone public that some Drug Enforcement Administration agents have been holding sex parties, hiring prostitutes tied to the very people they are supposed to be investigating. The Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General released a report Thursday detailing these lewd…

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Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl Charged With Desertion

What was once viewed as a very successful story is turning out to be a sad story regardless of how you view it. After being captured and tortured by the Taliban for at least five years, sergeant Bowe Bergdanl was finally released thanks to a deal that was reached upon by the U.S. and the Taliban. In…

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OBAMA WARNS U.S. SECURITY FUNDING LAPSE WOULD HURT ECONOMY

On Monday, President Barack Obama warned that a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department would suspend pay for over 100,000 airport security agents as well as boarder patrol inspection agents. In a speech to a meeting of state governors at the White House on Monday, the President said,…

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ISIS BURNS TO DEATH 45 IN IRAQ

Police reports indicate that Islamic State Jihadists militants have burned 45 people to death in Iraq’s western town of al-Baghdadi. In the past few months ISIS have increased their presence in these western towns and the militants were able to overcome the Iraq forces and they took over the…

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Las Colinas gets new Entertainment Spot

Texas saw a devastating period four years ago when the Texas stadium was blasted to smithereens. However, four years later, a new entertainment destination is set to open up in Irving. The decision of giving Las Colinas a massive entertainment center was taken 7 years ago. Unfortunately, due to the…

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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…

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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…

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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…