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  • Australia’s Heatwave Hits Record-Breaking Temperatures - Australia had the warmest December so far, and January seems to be catching up quickly. It’s now the sixth day of record-breaking extreme weather Extreme temperatures will continue due to the heatwave that has hit Australia since Saturday, Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology announced daily national temperatures of around 40C. In...
  • China grows the first plants on the Moon - China has taken one of the biggest steps in space exploration. Cotton seeds brought to the Moon aboard China’s Chang’e-4 mission have sprouted, marking the first time plants have grown on the lunar surface. The craft and its tiny garden touched down on the Moon on January 3. Just to...
  • LG’s upcoming G8 flagship may have an attachable second screen - It’s one of multiple phones launching at the Mobile World Congress trade show next month. Apparently none of them are going to be foldable ones. LG will launch a smartphone, whose name hasn’t been yet decided, that will have an option for a second-screen attachment, according to a person familiar...
  • PharmaFlex RX Joint Support Formula Now Available at Special Price - Celebrating their product launch and striving for great results for their users, the manufacturers of the PharmaFlex RX are offering their product at very good prices for customers in Australia, Greenland, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab...
  • Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Announced She Will Run for President in 2020 - The New York senator stated she will be running for president in 2020 and she will soon form the presidential exploratory committee, the announcement was made on CBS’ “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wants to join the 2020 presidential race, as she announced on...

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China is said to slash taxes, keep currency stable and maintain policy flexible to offset slowdown

China is said to slash taxes, keep currency stable and...

China plans to lower taxes, step up spending and provide ample financing to private and small enterprise in order to help partially neutralize the country’s worst slowdown since the global financial crisis The Peop...
Border Wall Funds Might be Redirected from Disaster Funds

Border Wall Funds Might be Redirected from Disaster Funds

President Donald Trump is thinking about taking money from the funds for Puerto Rico, Texas and other areas hit by disasters and pay for the border wall It seems that the president was recently briefed on a plan as part ...

Donald Trump Does Not Agree with the Fed’s Decision to...

President Donald Trump clearly stated his disapproval regarding the Fed’s decision to raise interest rates As the Fed decided to raise the interest rates, Donald Trump could not help but respond in disapproval, saying ...
Google Antitrust Fine

EU Fines Google $Billion in Android Antitrust Case

The decision could mark EU’s biggest antitrust fine and most severe reprove to Silicon Valley BRUSSELS – The EU aims to hit Google with an antitrust fine of not less than $5.06 billion today (July 18th), a decision t...

India Aims to Eliminate All Single-Use Plastic by 2022

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the country will abolish all single-use plastic by as soon as 2022 The promise is among the most ambitious yet worldwide in the movement of trying to combat plastic pollution. ...

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Australia’s Heatwave Hits Record-Breaking Temperatures

Australia’s Heatwave Hits Record-Breaking Temperatures

Australia had the warmest December so far, and January seems to be catching up quickly. It’s now the sixth day of record-breaking extreme weather Extreme temperatures will continue due to the heatwave that has hit Aust...
Saudi Teen That Fled Her Family Arrived in Canada

Saudi Teen That Fled Her Family Arrived in Canada

Rahaf Al-Qunun was granted asylum in Canada after Australia was moving too slow in processing her request for asylum The teenager was granted safe haven in Canada and landed in Toronto on Saturday. Ms. Al-Qunun stated sh...
Missing 13-Year-Old Girl Found Alive in Wisconsin

Missing 13-Year-Old Girl Found Alive in Wisconsin

Jayme Closs has been found alive after her parents were murdered in their home in October The missing 13-year-old girl, Jayme Closs, whose parents – James Closs, 56, and Denise, 46 – were discovered dead on 1...
Saudi Woman That Fled Her Family is Granted Asylum in Australia

Saudi Woman That Fled Her Family is Granted Asylum in...

Rahaf al-Qunun was finally granted asylum in Australia after she fled her family and was fearing deportation from Thailand The Saudi 18-year-old woman that fled her family while on vacation in Kuwait has been granted asy...
Saudi Woman Was Granted Refugee Status by the UN

Saudi Woman Was Granted Refugee Status by the UN

Australia is considering offering Rahaf al-Qunun asylum after she fled her family while on vacation in Kuwait Rahaf al-Qunun, an 18-year-old woman was given refugee status by the UN after she fled her family while vacati...
Sex Trafficking Victim Wins Clemency after Being in Jail for 15 Years for Killing Her Abuser

Sex Trafficking Victim Wins Clemency after Being in Jail for...

Cyntoia Brown gets clemency after she was sentenced to life in prison for killing the man who bought her for sex Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has decided to grant clemency to Cyntoia Denise Brown, a woman arrested when she...

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november 6 election, midterm election, united states election, minority group, women in congress

In Pictures: Historic Firsts for Women and Minority Candidates 2018

During the November 6 election victories, several candidates made history recording significant firsts for minorities and women in American politics

In Pictures: The Human Towers of Catalonia

The human tower competition takes place in Tarragona, Spain and gathers highly talented teams twice a year Source: reuters.com

Indigenous Group in Brazil and the “Golden Fruit” – In...

Julio Rodrigues moved to Boa Vista to study and discovered the art of chocolate, seeing it as an opportunity for his people

Past Week in Pictures: 15-21 September

In Pictures: Spectacular Bloom Transforms South African Desert

Every spring, for no longer than a few weeks, kaleidoscopic carpets of wild flowers turn the vast swathes of arid land along South Africa’s western seaboard into a colorful explosion of colors and shapes.

In Pictures: Perseids Meteor Shower 2018