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Monthly Archives: December 2017

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After three days of anti-government protests in Iran, demonstrators have been warned by the Revolutionary Guards that they will face the nation's "iron fist"...

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Eric Garner’s daughter, Erica, who became a civil rights activist against police brutality after the death of her father in 2014, has died aged...

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Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has been sentenced to three years in prison for insulting the judiciary. Mohammed Morsi already holds other jail terms including...

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South Korea has seized a Hong Kong-registered ship last month suspected of supplying oil to North Korea in breach of international sanctions. According to officials,...

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Nine people have been killed in Egypt during two attacks on Coptic Christians in Helwan district, south of Cairo, the interior ministry has said. According...

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During an interview with the New York Times, President Donald Trump has said he believes he will be treated "fairly" by the investigation into...

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Former African soccer star George Weah has been elected as Liberia's president. With nearly all ballots from December 26 run-off vote counted, George Weah is...

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An explosion at a store in Sankt Petersburg, Russia, has injured at least ten people. According to officials, one person was said to be in...

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Running a business presents many different challenges. But maintaining good financial health is easily the most important. Without money, the entire venture will crash...

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President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, has been accused of assault by singer Joy Villa. According to Joy Villa, Corey Lewandowski hit her...

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Former President Barack Obama has been interviewed by Prince Harry on BBC Radio 4. Prince Harry, the fifth in line to the UK’s throne, is...

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Brazil has expelled Venezuela's charge d’affaires Gerardo Delgado. It came days after Venezuela's decision to expel the Brazilian ambassador to Caracas, Ruy Pereira.Venezuela said Brazil...

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It takes a lot of guts to start your own business. Everyone has the tools and opportunity to do so but proportionally speaking, very...

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Canada has expelled Venezuela's ambassador to Ottawa, Wilmer Barrientos Fernández, and its charge d'affaires, Ángel Herrera. Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said the move was...

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Meghan Markle has joined the Royal Family for the Christmas Day service at Queen Elizabeth's Norfolk estate. Prince Harry and his fiancée arrived at a...
healthcare

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The American healthcare system is one that seems to be under constant scrutiny. If we’re being honest, pretty much every healthcare system in the...

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Peru’s former President Alberto Fujimori has been pardoned by current President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski on health grounds in a move that has prompted angry...

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The UAE Emirates airline has been banned from landing in Tunisia’s capital, Tunis, after a number of Tunisian women were prevented from boarding its...

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The latest UN sanctions imposed on North Korea have been described by Pyongyang as an "act of war". A North Korea’s foreign ministry statement said...

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Brazilian Ambassador to Caracas Ruy Pereira and Canadian charge d'affaires Craig Kowalik have been expelled by Venezuela’s powerful Constituent Assembly. The move was announced by...

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The deadly Thomas fire which has destroyed more than 700 homes in California is now the largest blaze in the state's recorded history. The wildfire...

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At least 100 people are reported to have been killed as Tropical Storm Tembin hit the southern Philippines, with dozens more missing. Tropical Storm Tembin...

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Another dark cloud of shortage has gathered over the U.S. health and care sector. This is perhaps due to the increasing number of senior...

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With over 3 million active vapers, vaping is more popular in the UK than anywhere else. MPs recently launched an inquiry amidst worry that...