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Two Tons Prosecuted In UK Under New Revenge Porn Law

Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) reports at least 200 people in the United Kingdom under a revenge porn law that was introduced last year in April. Data reveals in the year 2015-16 the workload of CPS was increased to about 19…

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Turkey-Syrian Border Cleared Off ISIS: Turkish PM Yildirim

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim confirms the Islamic State militants have been chased out of its territory and a strip of Syrian land bordering their country has been cleared off. According to monitors, the ISIS presence on the thin border…

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Theresa May To Meet Obama At G20 Summit In China

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May is said to be meeting United States President Barack Obama on Sunday at the G20 summit in China. May succeeded David Cameron in July and this is the first time she will be meeting…

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People Unsure How Long Brexit Process To Take

People in Britain voted favoring Brexit in June and since then the government has repeatedly vowed to make a success of withdrawal. However, two months have passed and still it is not very clear how the exit from European Union…

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Families Bury Earthquake Victims With Tears In Italy

Death toll of the massive earthquake that shook Italy has climbed to 290 and the painful task of burying dear ones have started. Saying goodbye to the victims at a state funeral in the town of Ascoli Piceno were tough.…

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SNP Demands Answer On Brexit Plan

The SNP MPs lately has started putting pressure on the UK government at Westminster to reveal the plan for Brexit. According to SNP’s Europe spokesman at Westminster, Stephen Gethins, the party may ask the speaker of the Commons to grant…

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July’s UK Inflation Index 13-Month High Following Brexit Referendum

The consumer prices in United Kingdom exceeded forecasts last month and resulted with raising the inflation to the highest level in more than a year. The five-year break-even inflation rate of UK jumped 3 basis points to 2.587 per cent,…

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Brexit May Be Delayed Until Late 2019

It is not yet the time from Britain to leave European Union (EU). The prediction may go wrong as the process could be finished by late 2019, if believed to the ministers lately who warned the same to senior figures…

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Britons Spending Biggest In Three Months Despite Brexit Uncertainty

Britons have favored for Brexit and the process will work out for UK to leave EU is yet not certain, but amid all these the people are found spending more. A recent report by Visa and Markit reveals the United…

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Turkey To Make Capital Punishment A Law

Over one million people gathered Sunday night in Turkey’s biggest city Istanbul in a pro-democracy rally dubbed as “Democracy and Martyrs’ Rally.” The rally was held at a parade ground in response to the failed coup attempt on the night…

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