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BREAKING: Belgium’s Brussels Under Terror Attack; Three Explosions Kill 23

Three explosions rocked Belgium capital Brussels Tuesday morning killing about two dozens people and injuring tons others. The country is now on highest level alert. Two of the explosions took place at Brussels Airport at about 8 a.m. (local time)…

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Marijuana Sales To Increase Several Folds in 2016

Across the United States the marijuana business is gradually becoming big and of course semi-legal. In 2015 its total sales was about $5.7 billion and it has involved tens and thousands of people into cultivating, packaging and selling cannabis. The…

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FlyDubai Passenger Jet Crashes In Russia, All 62 Onboard Dead

A passenger jet carrying 62 people from Dubai crashed in southern Russia due to poor weather conditions and low visibility. According to Russian officials, all the 62 people including 7 crew members have been killed in the crash just before…

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Paris Attacks Key Suspect Arrested In Belgium

Prime Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam has been arrested by Belgium police in a terror raid on Friday in a Brussels neighborhood while search was conducted for another suspected terrorist, said a Belgian police source. It is reported two policemen…

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North Korea Tests Ballistic Missile, Japan Condemns

North Korea fired Friday a ballistic missile that traveled about 800 km and hit sea off the east coast. It is one of the latest moves of the country in stepping up defiance of tough new US and UN sanctions.…

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Kurdish Declares Northeastern Syria As Their Federal Region

The northeastern part of Syria is now under the control of Kurds who declared Thursday to be their own federal part. This has resulted with high fears of an accelerating disintegration of the country. The Syrian Kurds have received warnings…

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Russia Announces Pulling Forces From Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the country would be pulling out most of its forces from Syria that backed the government to deal with rebels in the civil war that started as a peaceful street protests five years ago. The…

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World Day Against Cyber Censorship Marked With Ads Unblocking By AdBlock

Yesterday was World Day Against Cyber Censorship and for 24 hours banners were unblocked by AdBlock. Throughout the day it showed advertisements from Amnesty International, Edward Snowden, Ai Weiwei and Pussy Riot. AdBlock currently has about 50 million users and…

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Alpine Avalanche Leaves Six Dead In Italy

Six skiers were killed Saturday morning in an Alpine avalanche in Italy at more than 3,000 meters on Mount Nevoso, also commonly known as Snowy Mountain, in South Tyrol, close to the Austrian border. According to a fire department spokeswoman,…

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EU Allocates 700 Million Euros To Aid Member Countries Sheltering Refugees

The European Union unveiled Wednesday a 700-million-euro emergency aid plan for the countries including Greece which are hit by migrant crisis. Meanwhile, the UN too has warned of humanitarian crisis as refugees in hundreds and thousands have been stuck at…

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