Category: World Affairs

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Geo-Political Maneuvers In Antarctica

The frozen desert continent, known as Antarctica, is a mostly uninhabitable region with a total land area of 5.4 million square miles. But, only 280,000 sq. km is ice-free. The coldest & driest continent on...






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Europe’s Incendiary Migrants Issue

European Union leaders were shocked. The death of 12 journalists, who were murdered by terrorists (Charlie Hebdo attacks on Jan 2015), brought those leaders on to the streets of Paris to show their solidarity and...






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Al-Shabab’s Trail of Blood

On April 2nd, an awful attack on Garissa University in Kenya took place, which claimed the lives of more than 150 students. The cold-blooded killing of the students was one of the vicious attacks, carried...






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Yazidis: ISIS’ Target of Hatred

  A recent grim report from U.N. (Human Rights Office) stated that the Islamic State militants may have committed genocide against one of Iraq’s minor community: Yazidi. The report, based on hundreds of witnesses and...






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Desert Nation’s Outlandish Projects

We all know about Dubai’s obsession over building the tallest and longest. The nation overshadowing sky-scrapers are built to defy world records. A decade before, Dubai opened world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa, and from then...






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Requiem for Rajapaksa’s Presidency

    There would’ve never been such anticipation for the election results of a neighbouring nation like the one for the Sri Lankan presidential election among Indian Tamils. Mahinda was a man whom no Tamil...






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Who Hacked Sony?

On December 19th FBI announced that they have enough information to decide that the North Korean government is behind the great Sony Pictures hack of 2014. However, FBI in order to protect its sensitive sources...