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  • “Happy Birthday To You” Now Considered American National Heritage

    “Happy Birthday To You” Now Considered American National Heritage0

    What is the most widespread song in the world? Probably, the eternal hits of “The Beatles” or “The Rolling Stones” come to mind first. But the answer is much simpler than it seems at first—it is “Happy Birthday to You“. This seemingly ordinary tune can be a great way to show you care for someone

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  • Is Women’s Participation in Saudi Arabia Election Turning-Point?

    Is Women’s Participation in Saudi Arabia Election Turning-Point?0

    • Asia
    • December 14, 2015

    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the most conservative countries on the planet and almost the last places in the world for one to look for signs of emerging democracy. Still, at least, Saudi government is trying to make first steps toward it. The country has just held its first election in which

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  • Kim Jong Un: North Korea Has Hydrogen Bomb

    Kim Jong Un: North Korea Has Hydrogen Bomb0

    • Asia
    • December 13, 2015

    North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un claims that his country has developed a hydrogen bomb which is a significant step forward from the less powerful atomic bomb. However, most of outside experts are skeptical at that matter. According to the North Korean leader comments published by the official Korean Central News Agency, the country is

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  • Angela Merkel Becomes 2015 TIME Person of the Year

    Angela Merkel Becomes 2015 TIME Person of the Year0

    TIME magazine has chosen the 2015 Person of the Year: this time it is German Chancellor and Leader of the Christian Democratic Union Angela Merkel. She is the fourth woman to be named the title since its beginning in 1927, and the first woman to be awarded the title in the last 29 years, since

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  • How Could No-Fly List Lead to No-Gun List?

    How Could No-Fly List Lead to No-Gun List?0

    In the aftermath of the last week’s bloody mass shooting in San Bernardino, the Obama Administration put the question of national security squarely: if the federal government does not allow terrorist suspects to board an airplane, why should it allow them to buy guns? This Sunday, U.S. President Barack Obama urged Senate to issue new

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  • “Crazy Bad” Level of Pollution: Beijing Issues First “Red Alert” Over Smog

    “Crazy Bad” Level of Pollution: Beijing Issues First “Red Alert” Over Smog0

    • Asia
    • December 10, 2015

    On Monday evening, Chinese officials declared their first pollution “red alert” as the thick smog blanketed Beijing for the second time this month. Schools, kindergartens, and factories in the capital of China were reported to be shut down the next day, as well as the outdoor construction. The “red alert” is the highest possible warning

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