Europe

Snowden Exposes The NSA

October 29, 2013

The Guardian newspaper still has thousands of secret documents that were given to them by Edward Snowden explaining the size of the US spy machine. In recent weeks there have been some major exposures that have totally changed the relationships between the Europeans and the US.

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Prince George Is Christened

October 23, 2013

The United Kingdom has just celebrated the Christening of its crown prince, Prince George. The prince was dressed in the traditionally worn lace clothing that was worn by his father and his grandfather by there christening over the past decades.

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Syrian Refugee Crisis

October 22, 2013

Italy is wrestling with the Syrian refugee crises with hundreds of people trying to get into its country illegally as they flee their homeland. Many have died and lost everything. There is much criticism that the Italian authorities are not treating them with the required respect and sometimes leaving theme for two days without giving […]

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Apple Hires Burberry CEO

October 16, 2013

The successful CEO of Burberry has now been hired by Apple to be in charge of certain expansion aspects as she expanded Burberry from being worth $2.1bn to more than 3 times that at $7.2.

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Cheap Flights Cheap theft

October 4, 2013

Criminals are now using the European cheap flights to get around in serious crimes like pickpocketing and stealing language. Crimes like this seem to be on the rise especially in certain places. It seems that gangs as well as culture are to blame for this.

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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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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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