G-20 Vows Joint Anti-terror Actions After Attacks


Leaders of the world’s richest and most powerful countries are set to vow to conduct joint actions against growing global terrorism following an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) attack that killed at least 129 people in France, in the first written statement issued by the G-20 on a political issue. The Antalya Summit held by Turkey, the ...

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Once Again Muslims Need to Clarify We are not Terrorists


STOCKHOLM: Once again, Paris is in horrible situation. Dead bodies of the innocent civilians are lying on the streets. Friends and families make desperate calls, panic spreads. A nation is in trauma for the second time in a year 2015. A year that started with the Charlie Hebdo tragedy ended with a more dramatic attacks claiming more than 150 lives. ...

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PARIS: The City of Love Soaked in Blood


PARIS: The attacks of November 13, 2015 in Île-de-France are a series of shootings that occurred on the night of Nov. 13 to 14, 2015 in Paris in the tenth and eleventh arrondissements (restaurant “Little Cambodia” bar, “Le Carillon “Republic Square, rue Bichat, Bataclan, Boulevard Beaumarchais, rue de Charonne Faidherbe street) and explosions at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis. ...

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FRANCE: 140 Dead in Paris Terror Attacks


FRANCE: 140 people have so far been reported to have died and many more injured in a series of gunshots and bomb blasts in the capital of France. Police has entered Bataclan concert hall where the terrorists had held hostages. Moreover, the national stadium in Paris as well as a popular restaurants have also been attacked. The French president Hollande ...

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Mass Influx of Refugees Creating Problems for Germans


GERMANY: Last Saturday a big counterdemonstration took place at Oberhausen, a former industrial town in the “Ruhrgebiet” of North Rhine Westphalia, NRW, the western part of Germany, which now have less than 215,000 inhabitants. The town was founded in 1850 when industrialization formed the landscape between the rivers Lippe and Ruhr. All citizens were practically migrants from other parts of Germany, ...

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Emir of Kuwait to Discuss with President Putin in Moscow


The Emir of Kuwait will be talking to president Putin in Moscow next week, becoming the third leader from Middle East including Syrian President Basahar AL Asad Prime Minister Benjamin Nathanyahu of Israel. Quite recently a meeting between Saudi Foreign Minister and President Putin has already taken place. However, it remains to be seen as to what issues are being ...

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Outrage Amidst British Generals and Diplomats Over Cameron Shelving of Syrian Bombing Plans


British generals and diplomats aren’t feeling at ease fearing the prime minister wouldn’t proceed to voting on Syrian bombing plans after failing to convince enough number of MPs on the issue. There are fears if the prime minister goes for a second vote on the issue after an earlier embarrassing defeat in 2012, his political future might be compromised. Another ...

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House of Commons Committee Warns Cameron Against Voting on Further Meddling into Syrian Fiasco

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing Street in central London on Sept. 3, 2014.   REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

An influential conservative majority committee in the House of Commons has strongly warned Prime Minister David Cameron against a second vote on military involvement in Syria. A second vote on expanding bombing ISIL targets was expected this Autumn and the prime minister had made it amply clear that such a task would only be undertaken if the vote is passed ...

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Tony Blair’s Partial Apology For Iraq Isn’t Enough


Tony Blair’s partial apology for the Iraq war (Report, 26 October) shows how little he has learned from his adventures in international relations. Removing Saddam Hussein is the problem and is the cause of the rise of Isis. Saddam’s justification for his brutal regime was that he maintained control of an otherwise ungovernable state. His removal and the emergence of ...

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Justin Trudeau: Canada’s New Prime Minister Faces Great Expectations


Justin Trudeau kisses his wife Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau as they arrive on stage in Montreal on 20 October after winning the general elections. Photograph: Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images Just a few months ago, it seemed that Canada’s Liberal party, and its leader,Justin Trudeau, were facing a bleak future. The party was trailing third in opinion polls after backing unpopular new anti-terror legislation ...

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