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US: Biggest Violator of International Laws

US is the #1 INVADER, interferes with sovereign countries internal affairs, with the long record of invading and militarizing independent states and turning them into warzones (Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Iraq, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Libya, Syria), and… 426 more words


US Bombs Syria Clear VIOLATION of International Law

US Bombs Syria clear VIOLATION of UN Charter.  The UN Charter sets out clear rules for when military force is permitted.

  • US Defense Secretary himself admitted only a day before that there was…
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SMT wins tenders at five Brazilian hospitals

SMT (Sahajanand Medical Technologies Pvt. Ltd.) has succeeded in bagging prestigious tenders amongst Brazilian hospitals for the distribution of stents. The Indian stent manufacturer won tenders at five hospitals including the Army General Hospital, after rigorous examinations and regulatory processes. 131 more words

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World Health Day

World Health Day is a global health awareness day and is sponsored by the World Health Organisation and is observed by all member states of the United Nations. 223 more words


Is the US preparing for another war?

Recently, the US threatens Iran (again) to unilaterally withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal, a historic agreement for peace praised by countries worldwide, after… 271 more words


What you need to know about the Italian Elections…

By: Carlotta L

Following President Sergio Mattarella’s dissolving of the Italian Parliament on the 28th of December 2017, the Italian election for the renovation of the two branches of the Italian parliament, which would introduce 315 new Senators of the Republic and 630 new members of the Chamber of deputies, was scheduled for Sunday 4th of March 2018. 501 more words

4 Commonly Asked Questions about Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

By: Alessandro Z

If you have been following the news lately, you may have heard the name “Bitcoin” and the term “Cryptocurrency” quite frequently. In fact, just last week the word “Cryptocurrency” was introduced in the Merriam-Webster and Oxford dictionaries. 707 more words