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Iceland Prime Minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson Resigns After Panama Papers Leaks

Iceland is facing political casualty after Panama Papers leaks linked Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson to an offshore company. Mass protests were seen in the capital Reykjavik Tuesday and as an aftermath Gunnlaugsson was forced to resign. Deputy chair of…

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China Blocks Panama-Leak Related Information On Internet

If you are in China today and wanted to search keywords “Panama documents” on Google, Yahoo, Bing or anywhere on the web, you would not be able to access any related page. The government has blocked after the leak of…

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Air France Service Resumes In Iran, Female Crews Ordered To Wear Headscarves Amid Protests

After eight long years when the Air France service has resumed in Tehran from Paris it seems not everyone is pleased. The first flight will take off on April 17 on the new route with three-times-a-week service. However, female crew…

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Pakistan Hit By Flash Flood; 50 Killed, Many Injured

About fifty people have been killed in the northwest Khyber Pakhtunwa province in Pakistan on Sunday by torrential rain that began on Saturday night. According to disaster management official Latif ur Rahman said about twenty people have been injured after…

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Illegal Migrants Returns From Greece To Turkey Under New Deal With EU

In a new deal between European Union and Turkey there will be exchange of illegal migrants and refugees for Syrian refugees and reward money as well. Under the agreement the Greek island of Lesbos has sent back the migrants to…

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UK-US Strikes Deal Exchanging Nuclear Waste, Uranium

A win-win new deal has been struck by David Cameron in Washington that has never happened before. UK will ship nuclear waste to the US against uranium import to Europe to help in the fight against cancer. It is reported…

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Brussels Airport To Open On Sunday

Bomb-hit Brussels airport to open on Sunday and the first three symbolic flights are to take off for Faro, Turin and Athens. According to Brussels Airport chief executive Arnaud Feist new security controls have been set up and every travellers…

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State Trooper In Virginia Shot Dead

A Virginia police trooper is reported to have been killed Thursday in Richmond, Va. amid a training exercise at a Greyhound bus station. Authorities said the trooper, identified as Chat Dermyer, was talking to a man who pulled out a…

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BREAKING: Japan Hit By Powerful 6.1-Magnitude Earthquake

A powerful earthquake has hit off the coast of Me prefecture in southern Japan at about 11:39 a.m. local time Friday. There was no immediate report about casualties or damage. The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) measured the quake as 6.1-magniture.…

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Tulsa County Hit By Tornado, Nine Injured

Tornado struck Tulsa County Wednesday night causing damage to buildings and trees. About 5,500 people were without power in the area, said Public Service Company of Oklahoma. According to National Weather Service, the tornado struck at a speed of 30…

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