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  • David Cameron: taking more refugees does not solve the migrant problem

    David Cameron: taking more refugees does not solve the migrant problem0

    The UK Prime Minister David Cameron does not think that Britain must take more Middle East refugees, according to what he said during his visit to Northamptonshire. He maintains this position despite a significant pressure on the UK from the EU due to the EU’s current migration crisis. Nowadays, the arrival of a very large

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  • Is Joe Biden an alternative to Hillary Clinton?

    Is Joe Biden an alternative to Hillary Clinton?1

    It seems like U.S. Democratic voters consider the candidacy of Vice President Joe Biden as the preferred one for the presidential race in 2016 in case the current frontrunner Hillary Clinton shows signs of faltering. Her troubles have alarmed some Democrats, but many people believe it still would be difficult to compete with Clinton. Now

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  • Iceland welcomes syrian refugees

    Iceland welcomes syrian refugees5

    Over the last several days, a big refugee crisis has spread all over Europe. Hundreds of thousands of Syrian people try to find their asylum in the developed countries though their new home doesn’t seem to be very welcoming and happy about the rising amount of immigrants. On the other hand, Icelandic people have a

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  • Americans are not happy with the current direction of the nation

    Americans are not happy with the current direction of the nation0

    Quinnipiac University released a new poll on Monday, August 31. The survey show that most Americans seem to be dissatisfied and angry. People do not approve of current situation in the country. Moreover, the number disapproving folks in the U.S. reached 71 percent. Does the government do the right thing? The poll results are quite

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  • U.S. considering sanctions against China for cyber-espionage

    U.S. considering sanctions against China for cyber-espionage0

    The Obama Administration is planning to announce an unprecedented package of economic sanction against Chinese companies and individuals who benefit from cyber-espionage on U.S. trade secrets perpetrated by Chinese hackers. Official say that the Administration continues to make steps to protect the American networks and citizens in cyberspace, and is ready to respond to the

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  • Congress prepares to the Iran deal vote

    Congress prepares to the Iran deal vote0

    This September, Congress is going to vote on the Iran nuclear deal, reached earlier in July. Dozens of former members of American Congress signed a letter to their current colleagues. They wanted to support lawmakers and to remind them about the possible consequences of not approving this agreement. There were 75 signatories in total, including

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