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World Longest reigning Monarch Dies

World Longest reigning Monarch Dies

🕔15:43, 13.Oct 2016

Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-reigning monarch, has died at the age of 88, the palace announced Thursday, leaving a divided nation bereft of a rare figure of unity. Bhumibol’s death ends a remarkable seven-decade reign and plunges Thailand

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U.S Election: Donald Trump Is A Threat To The World- UN Official

U.S Election: Donald Trump Is A Threat To The World- UN Official

🕔02:25, 13.Oct 2016

Donald Trump’s “deeply unsettling and disturbing” views make him a danger internationally, the UN’s human rights chief has said. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad al-Hussein cited Trump’s comments on the use of torture and his attitude to

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U.S Election: Trump Finally Humbles Republicans

U.S Election: Trump Finally Humbles Republicans

🕔19:08, 11.Oct 2016

Embattled White House hopeful Donald Trump lashed out at “disloyal” Republicans in a ranting tweetstorm Tuesday, October 11 saying they are to blame if his faltering campaign comes up short. Declaring himself unchained from party strictures, the bombastic real estate

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Colombia’s President Donates Nobel Peace Prize Money To Victims Of Conflict

Colombia’s President Donates Nobel Peace Prize Money To Victims Of Conflict

🕔15:17, 10.Oct 2016

The winner of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, and president of Columbia, President Juan Manuel Santos has announced that the $925,000 prize money which he received as winner will be donated to the victims of the conflict in Columbia. President

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JUST IN: UK, Finland-Born Economists Win 2016 Nobel Prize For Economics

JUST IN: UK, Finland-Born Economists Win 2016 Nobel Prize For Economics

🕔13:43, 10.Oct 2016

British-born Oliver Hart and Finland-born Bengt Holmstrom won the 2016 Nobel Economics Prize for their contributions to contract theory, helping the understanding of issues like the performance-based pay for top executives. “[Their work] lays an intellectual foundation for designing policies and

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Trump’s VP Nominee Condemns Statements Made By Trump

Trump’s VP Nominee Condemns Statements Made By Trump

🕔18:24, 8.Oct 2016

Republican Vice Presidential nominee and governor of Indianapolis, Mike Pence, has issued a statement condemning the words of Presidential candidate Donald Trump. According to a statement released by Governor Pence, “I do not condone his[Trump] remarks and cannot defend them”

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US Accuses Russia Of Cyber Attacks

US Accuses Russia Of Cyber Attacks

🕔10:09, 8.Oct 2016

There doesn’t seem to be any love lost between the United States of America and Russia as the U.S. government on Friday formally accused Russia of a campaign of cyber attacks against Democratic Party organizations during the campaign for the

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US Suspends Syria Ceasefire Talks With Russia

US Suspends Syria Ceasefire Talks With Russia

🕔03:16, 4.Oct 2016

The United States has suspended talks of a possible ceasefire in Syria, with Russia. This is coming about a week after Secretary of State John Kerry threatened that the US will pull out of the talks. The suspension was prompted

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Breaking: Japanese Scientist Ohsumi Wins Nobel Prize

Breaking: Japanese Scientist Ohsumi Wins Nobel Prize

🕔14:04, 3.Oct 2016

Japanese scientist Yoshinori Ohsumi has been awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering the mechanisms of autophagy. The Karolinska Institute said autophagy is a “fundamental process for degrading and recycling cellular components.”   …more to follow

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Leaked Audio: Hillary Clinton In Hot Soup

Leaked Audio: Hillary Clinton In Hot Soup

🕔04:28, 2.Oct 2016

A leaked audio of Hillary Clinton speaking to donors sees her bashing Bernie Sanders supporters. The audio, which has potentials of shifting the largely young Bernie Sanders supporters to Donald Trump was of Clinton addressing donors at a Virginia fundraiser

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