Mayhem in Mediterranean and the Plight of African Migrants

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Africans are drowning in the Mediterranean. They are putting everything at stake to get to the Promised Land – Europe. For them, the risk of crossing the Mediterranean Sea in an ill-equipped boat is nothing as compared to the affliction back home. While very few are washing up on the shores of Lampedusa in Italy, rest all are getting lost [...Read More]

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Latest Study Puts 20 Cities in the World at Risk of Extreme Terror Attacks

Verisk Maplecroft, global risk analysis firm has recently released a list of cities, which are at ‘extreme risk’ of terrorist attacks. According to Charlotte Ingham, Principal Analyst, Verisk Maplecroft, “An estimated 80% of global GDP is generated from cities. Visibility of the sub-national differences in terrorism levels should be an imperative for multinational organisations looking to understand and price the [...Read More]

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US Presidential Elections 2016: Top 6 Candidates and their Agenda

The world will watch in anticipation as the United States of America, the world’s most powerful country, elects its President in the 2016 Presidential Elections. As Barack Obama would be completing his two terms, the maximum a US President can get, a new person would be at the helm of affairs in 2016. Let’s find out who the top 6 [...Read More]

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How Anybody with a PC and Internet Can and Must Help Nepal Earthquake Victims Right Now!

13 out of 29 severely-affected districts are still without tents and food supply as relief choppers urgently need a sense of open spaces to land — precisely, where YOU can do your bit by marking such spaces on digital maps, downloadable by the rescue teams! First off, some shocking, LATEST FACTS on quake-hit Nepal: Ψ UP TO 50,000 EXPECTANT MOTHERS [...Read More]

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Greece’s Fall from Grace

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A country that had nurtured one of the most affluent civilizations – both culturally and economically – is now ‘groveling in the lowly dust’, as poet Derozio would have liked to put it. Greece is precariously short of cash. Greece Debt Crisis, which is considered as the “most severe crisis” since the restoration of democracy in 1974, first surfaced at [...Read More]

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