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US Intervention in Libyan Civil War – A Means to Fill its Own Pocket or Achieve Peace?

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Libyan Civil War

Last updated on November 29th, 2019With the Libyan Civil War ravaging across Libya from the past five years, it has become crucial for international organizations to intervene and call for peace in the region. However, the presence of foreign forces is making it difficult to maintain peace and stability. In an attempt to achieve the…

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Pete Buttigieg Outshines Warren Again in Democratic Primary Race

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Pete Buttigieg

Last updated on November 29th, 2019Democratic primary hopeful Pete Buttigieg has achieved a feat that many considered impossible when the Democratic campaign for the elections began. According to the polls conducted by Quinnipiac University, South Bend Mayor has moved past Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to acquire the second position. This is the second time in…

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Ralph Northam claims Virginia can Accommodate New Refugee Resettlements

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Refugee Resettlements

Gov. Ralph Northam has retorted to the President’s executive order that issues various laws and procedures for the refugee resettlements. Responding to the order that was issued in late September, Northam deliberately and distinctively claimed that the state is ready to accept more refugees. The executive order by President Donald Trump has provided the state…

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Months after Proposal, Animal Cruelty Bill Finally gets Signed into Law

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Animal Cruelty Bill

On Monday, President Donald Trump finally signed the animal cruelty bill into law, making it a federal offense to commit acts of animal cruelty. Any violation of the bill will attract fines and/or up to seven years in prison. The bipartisan bill, introduced as Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act (PACT) on January 23, is…

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Billie Eilish to Taylor Swift – 2019 AMAs Glitter of Stardust

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American Music Awards

After days of voting for their favorite celebrities, the viewers finally got to see their choices win at the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday. Beginning with a glamorous red carpet, the musical night reached the melodious stage. Where each celebrity was seen shining, only some became the highlight of the year. What made the…

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Mike Pompeo under Palestinian Heat amid Decision on Israeli Settlements

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Mike Pompeo

Following Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s statement from last week on the legality of Israeli settlements in the West Bank territory, the Palestinian authorities announced to launch protests throughout the territory at all the military checkpoints Tuesday. Speaking on the protests, the Palestinian officials said that Tuesday will be a “Day of Rage” and people…

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Labour Union Steps in the Stuck USMCA Deal with Democrats

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USMCA AFL-CIO Richard Trumka

The North American trade agreement, which was so far roving in the sphere of House Democrats and the White House, has now hit the web of the labour union. The President of AFL-CIO Richard Trumka and other labour leaders voiced out their uncertainty over the deal proposed by the Trump administration. They called for the…

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Game of Thrones Star Emilia Clarke Opens Up on Shooting Nude Scenes

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Emilia Clarke was all praises for her exceptional work in Game of Thrones, but the star’s revelation that she felt uncomfortable filming the nude scenes, has spilled some water on the show’s popularity. Clarke who signed for the project when she was 23, hinted that she was in urgent need of the job and unaware…

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Coldplay Stalls Touring New Album Citing Environmental Concerns

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Coldplay

Last updated on November 24th, 2019The growing concern over climate change demands urgent need to understand and act accordingly, has led the music industry to walk in that direction. Coldplay, a British rock band, informed that they have put plans to tour their new album on hold, following worries over environmental impact of concerts. The…

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