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UN, US Declares Israel-Gaza Truce Successful

UN, US Declares Israel-Gaza Truce Successful

According to both US Secretary of State John Kerry and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Israel and Gaza leaders have both agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire from 5PM local time, Friday. Non-government organisations will use it as a window to provide …

Weighing up England’s fly-half options

Weighing up England’s fly-half options

While on paper it may be hard to take too many positives away from their 3-0 series defeat in New Zealand this summer, the fact is that Stuart Lancaster will now be preparing for the autumn internationals feeling fairly positive about a lot of what …

Russia Accuses US of Fuelling Political Strife in Ukraine

Russia Accuses US of Fuelling Political Strife in Ukraine

According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the United States is further inflaming the political crisis in Ukraine. He added that the issue could be resolved easily if it were left to the EU and Russia. Lavrov said that the US is …

Ukraine Will Sign EU Deal on June 27

Ukraine Will Sign EU Deal on June 27

Ukraine will be signing a highly-criticised association agreement with the European Union on June 27. The Ukrainian citizens, who had protested against former President Viktor Yanukovych of favouring Russia’s offer instead of Ukraine’s …

Nigerian Government Still “Split” On How to Save Kidnapped Girls

Nigerian Government Still “Split” On How to Save Kidnapped Girls

According to the Nigerian military, they have found the estimated 300 schoolgirls kidnapped by the terrorist group Boko Haram, but they, and the Nigerian government, cannot make up a decision regarding a rescue attempt. The military said that the …

Italy’s Slow Recovery Attributed to Red Tapes and Hardened Old Habits

Italy’s Slow Recovery Attributed to Red Tapes and Hardened Old Habits

According to Bocconi University Professor Tito Boeri, Italy has many “deep-seated cultural obstacles to growth.” He added that “in Italy, you define your identity in terms of your membership of some specific interest group.” He said that it …

International Observer Mission Unable to Enter Slaviansk Following Shootout

International Observer Mission Unable to Enter Slaviansk Following Shootout

After the reports of a shootout between Pro-Russian activists and unknown attackers that left three people dead, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe were unable to enter Slaviansk, where the checkpoint that had the shootout, for …

Which horse will you back in the Grand National?

Which horse will you back in the Grand National?

There are only days to go before one of the most exciting races in the horse racing calendar takes place at Aintree, Liverpool in the UK. Saturday 5 April is Grand National day and the four miles, three and a half furlong race will be watched by an …

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi Sells 151 Government Executive Cars

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi Sells 151 Government Executive Cars

The youngest Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi had sold the luxury vehicles of every Italian government department up for auction on eBay. Maseratis, Jaguars, and other high-end luxury vehicles used by Italy’s politicians and symbols of its high …

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