Month: April 2013

Ex British Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher Dies

April 8, 2013

Margret Thatcher was Britons first and only female Prime Minister, her death came as a shock to Briton after she died from a stroke. She lead England in times of trouble and took them to war with Argentina, she was also a strong ally with the US during the cold war era.

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The UK Calls for Calm in the Korea’s

April 7, 2013

The British have officially called for calm in the Korean peninsula and hopes that both side will step down and solve their differences. It expresses its hopes for change to the people and calls for the new North Korean leadership to help its people instead of putting them through and more hardships.

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North Korea Makes a Move

April 4, 2013

This is not the first time that North Korea has made threats and most of the South don’t believe anything is going to happen. But this time its different, the peace has been different and the leader is different, he is young he is untested and keen to make an impression on his generals and […]

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The Korea Borders Get Tense

April 3, 2013

As the two sides continue to throw jibes at each other the tension rises. The North has now shut down its borders.  Workers weren’t sure whether they should return home or not. The US speculates that the new leader is just trying to show his power to his generals. Meanwhile the South and the US […]

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The Hydro Collider is down for repairs and upgrades

April 2, 2013

The international hydro collider is down for repairs and upgrades after it had recently lead scientists to believe they have discovered the higgs boson. It’s estimated to take around a year and a half until it will reopen on which it will be turned back on at double the previous power as last time , […]

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Indian Farmers turn to Russia

April 1, 2013

Indian farmers have moved to Georgia as the government introduces new farming and land laws. Georgians are very upset saying the government should be spending more money on education Georgian farmers to do better work instead of bringing in international farmers to take their jobs.

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