Month: July 2013

Bradley Manning Sentenced

July 31, 2013

Bradley Manning is known for his whistle blowing on the US and for revealing thousands of classified document to wiki-leaks. The world came to see how the US had been carrying out many illegal war crimes in the wars it was fighting. Some soldiers were prosecuted. This was very embarrassing to the US as he […]

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Italy Bus Crash Kills 37

July 29, 2013

At least 37 people have been killed in a crash in Italy after the bus drove of a cliff. Witnesses say the bus was out of control hitting many cars before rolling off the road and down the mountain. it is not clear if there are any survivors. Authorities are working hard to piece the […]

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Snowden Gets The Russian Pass

July 25, 2013

Edward Snowden has been given the go ahead by Russia that he may leave the airport. Reporters ran into his lawyer who said that he is still not planing to leave. But had with him some books to read as well as a change of clothing.

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World Welcomes New Prince

July 22, 2013

The British royal family are celebrating the birth of a new royal prince. he is now the official third in line to the throne. The baby was born at 4:24pm weighing at 8.10lb. The name is soon to follow. The birth was announced by the royal crier by the hospital. The birth was kept a […]

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Rolling Stone’s Latest Edition

July 18, 2013

The magazine Rolling Stone has been strongly criticized after it has announced that its new latest edition will be having the face of the Boston bomber on the front page. People have called to boycott the magazine with many shops saying they will not be stocking this edition.

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North Korean Ship Found With Advanced Missiles

July 17, 2013

A ship has been caught on coarse from Cuba to North Korea after it was thought to be suspicious. It was found to be carrying some advanced missile equipment buried under 10,000 of sugar as it tried to cross the Panama canal. The crew put up a fight but were later detained.

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Zimmerman Splits Town

July 16, 2013

The US courts have judged and come to the conclusion that Gorge Zimmerman is innocent. This has sent some communities into a full divided as to whether the case was fair or not. Most are emotionally driven and starting violence. There may still be a chance that there will be another case opening.

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Buckingham Palace Open For The First Time

July 11, 2013

The British Royals have opened the Buckingham Palace gardens for the first time ever to the public so that people can pay to see it. In the past the only way was by invitation. This is all part of the 60 years celebrations. There is also a fair being held in the grounds for people […]

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EU and US Trade Talks On Drugs

July 9, 2013

The EU and the US are getting together to discuss trade talks the first of their kind in recent history. The talks are first opening up with a discussion on drug exports being as both countries have to test the drug before it comes onto the market they would like there to be a mutual […]

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The EU vs US

July 8, 2013

It is only weeks before the huge talks between the EU and the US over their trade treaty, but now things may have been tampered with after it has been revealed that the US has been spying on the EU and its citizens. It is not clear as to the damage this could cause or […]

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