Month: September 2013

Berlusconi Walks Out

September 30, 2013

Berlusconi has walked out of Italian politics as he leaves parliament, this comes after he was accused of tax evasion. He has strongly denied these accusations saying the y are fake, but nevertheless has been embarrassed and has walked out.

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Iran Ready For Talks

September 25, 2013

Iran has addressed the UN saying its more ready than ever to talk about its nuclear program and says it has no intention in nuclear weapons. This has been called a big lie and a way to buy time while they finish what they started.

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Nairobi Attacks Kill Many Internationals

September 24, 2013

The Nairobi mall terror attack has been called an international attack as there were many tourists and international workers there. At least 6 British nationals were killed as well ans many others from all around the globe. There has been a great condemnation on the attacks.

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South Korea Builds Its Army

September 18, 2013

Asia is beginning to see a major arms race underway with South Korea just signing a multi billion dollar jet deal. There are other countries like Indonesia that are thought to increase their military spending up to 14bln by the year 2017.

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Merkel Confronts Drone

September 16, 2013

During one of her major a drone was spotted taking pictures of┬áMerkel’s rallying. The 23 year old was asked to land it, which he did, but on the stage right in front of┬áMerkel. The authorities rushed to take it away, but this now draws the attention to what new laws and regulations that will need […]

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UK Holds Arms Fair

September 11, 2013

The UK has held an arms fair in which it claims all the sales were fully legal under the international laws. Fairs like this are held all the time around the world, they are usually joined by generals looking to buy the latest equipment for their forces.

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John Kerry Says Now Before Its To Late

September 9, 2013

The US secretary of state John Kerry has called for the world to punish Assad for the chemical attack. He has been met with much opposition from the outside world. He says nothing will solve the issue at hand but there needs to be a clear message, that chemical attacks will not go on without […]

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US Still Unsure About Syria

September 3, 2013

The Us Congress is going over the possibility of targeting sites in Syria as a punishment for using gas against its own people. France is very determined to go ahead with it while the US is still unsure. Obama drew a red line some months ago and has failed to keep to his word , […]

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