Month: March 2013

China vows to fight pollution

March 17, 2013

With the expansion of protests being held across the Chinese republic the new government has told the people it will do all it can to cut down on the countries pollution. Its has expressed the difficulties in this saying that to continue its economic exapn5tion while cracking down on pollution is a bit contradictory but […]

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The New Pope Frances I

March 13, 2013

The 1.3billion Catholics around the world are welcoming their new pope Frances I.  He was born to a rail worker from Argentina, living a humble life. Some are skeptical as to whether he is capable of dealing with all the controversy attacking the Vatican including the Vatican bank and reports of abuse. There are others […]

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Black smoke from the Vatican

March 12, 2013

After the first vote has taken place the Cardinals have not come to and decision of who the next pope should be. The sign is the black smoke pouring our of the purpose build chimney. There will be another two rounds of voting tomorrow. The Cardinals have sworn to secrecy and are all on lock […]

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The Falklands wants to stay British

March 11, 2013

The people of the Falklands have voted to stay under the British, the votes come after years of dispute between the British and Argentina over the ownership of the Islands. Briton and Argentina went to war over the Islands. Argentina still says it refuses to recognize the votes saying it doesn’t constitute fairness.

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Inside the Fukushima disaster zone

March 10, 2013

Clean up is still a day to day reality for those in the Fukushima disaster zone. They are still trying to clean up things like the radiation in the roads and water. Radiation is everywhere and this is a process that may take years before it is safe to reenter. People are even using robots […]

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China to push for the electric car

March 7, 2013

China is pumping out cars in the millions with an estimated 1 million new cars on its reads each year. The pollution caused by their motor industry is accounting for more then half of their pollution. The government wants to see at least 5million new electric cars on the roads before the year 2020. Only […]

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Hugo Chavez lies in state

March 6, 2013

Hugo Chavez the Venezuelan President died yesterday after battling for his life from a life threatening sickness. There is new wonder who will take over after Hugo’s 14 years in power. Some look to Nicolace Maduro while others want a new rule and laves.

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The Dow Jones hits record high

March 5, 2013

The Dow Jones share index has hit a record high due to the enormous input from the US government into the economy. Although the Dow Jones only covers for part of the share market and only consists of around 30 companies it still has a tremendous effect.

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Jack McConnell lives on £1 a day

March 4, 2013

In order to arouse awareness about the conditions some people live in the world the British First Minister lived on £1 a day for 5 days. The majority of people in the world survive on around £1 a day and with this fundraiser he hope to raise money for these people. He at things like […]

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Baby cured from HIV

March 3, 2013

Doctors and scientists believe they may have a brake through in finding a cure to HIV after a baby girl is said to have been cured at a very young age. After one and a half years it seems that she still shown no since on the virus, this leads researchers to believe they may […]

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