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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Likely To Accept The Conditions Of Bailout Officials in Europe are ready with a detailed plan on how to tackle the situation when Greece effects an exit from the Euro zone or Grexit. The problem is compounded by the fact that the Greek government can do very little to help itself. In this case, the European Union is also not in a position to… Voters In Greece Vote For A ‘No’ To Austerity Measures Greek voters did not let down the hopes of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras when he wanted them to vote for a 'no' in the referendum conducted to accept the austerity measures suggested by European nations or not. The suggestions included moves such as blocking pension funds of Greek… Russia has a Looming AIDS Crisis Despite all claims by the health ministry officials in Russia of the epidemic being in control, and the potentials of the Russian orthodox church to contain the epidemic, AIDS remains a battle that is being fought almost everywhere in the Russian homes, hospitals and churches. The crisis deepens as… US And Cuba To Reopen Embassies After 54 Years Despite Dissonance From The Congress In a bid to renew ties, the governments of Cuba and the US have come to an agreement to reopen embassies in the respective countries on July 20. This is said to be a historical moment in the relationship of the two nations. They have not had any sort of diplomatic relations with each other for the… Clean energy generation: Power Flower There are two ways we can harvest energy from our planet. As you probably already know, they are solar panels and wind turbines. Both of them have pros and cons, but in general, they are very useful and people should use them more. The latest concept is Power Flower. It is an interesting concept…

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Canadian Pilot dies in Antarctica A veteran Canadian helicopter pilot David Wood, 62, has died near an Australian Antarctic base after falling into a 65 foot deep crack in an ice shelf. David Wood had over 30 years of flying experience. His home was in Manitoba, Canada, where he worked as a charter pilot, according to Bruno Meili of… California Makes Police Shooting Video Public The structural violence against the common public by police continues in the nation. The newly released video points out another incidence of police shooting at an unarmed man and the clip were classified for two years. California court has forced the police department to release the video. Gardena… Georgia Floods Leave Animals Dead And Twenty People Missing A devastating flood that swept in Georgia left as many as 300 zoo animals dead and twenty people missing while other have been reported dead in Georgia yesterday. Manana Tokmajishvili, a government spokes woman said “The death toll from the worst flooding that hit the capital Tbilisi in… Attack On Navy Yard Believed To Be A Copy Of The One In 2013 Apprehending an attack by a shooter like the one in 2013 that claimed the lives of 12 people, the Navy Yard in Washington D.C. has been evacuated this morning, although there have been no signs of a shooter or shooting. The first two floors of the building have been searched without any sign of a…
Government report points out adverse effects of fracking The housing prices will drop by 7 percent in Britain around the fracking operation areas. The new drilling technique is being used to pump shale gas out of the Earth’s crust. The environmental damage caused by these activities will also affect the structural stability. A government report… Iran And The US Refuse To Bend Over Contentious Terms Of Agreement The deadline for inking the final agreement between the US and world powers and Iran for curtailing Iran’s nuclear ambitions in return for waiving of sanctions is here, but the deal is still in dire straits. The bone of contention in the entire drama emerges to be the concessions granted by… Did Iraq War open the door to ISIS Posted by Sadie Frost 8/9/15 Clark Promotes Tax to Lower Emissions Posted by Jack Glenson 8/9/15