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By Karderinis Isidoros United Kingdom – Three years ago, with the referendum of June 23, 2016, the British people decided with a percentage of almost 52% and with 71.8% participation the exit of Great Britain from the European Union. This great result was undoubtedly the first major, painful defeat for the under German-controlled European Union of banks and …

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The all-volunteer international non-profit organization Parvati.org has launched its most recent online viral campaign in support of MAPS, the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary. MAPS is a critical global initiative to protect the key Arctic Ocean ecosystem that keeps our planet cool. “Why MAPS” is a series of thought-provoking graphics with impactful messaging that explains in no …

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Uganda’s economy has in recent years performed much better and is expected to be stable, thanks to tourism industry. Advertisement As a proof, a data by Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities’ yearly tourism sector performance report for fiscal year 2016/2017, shows that tourism was country’s foreign earner, bringing in United States Dollars (US$1.4billion). ADVERTISEMENT …

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While most countries turn a blind eye to the unprecedented global crisis of the loss of Arctic ice, small island nations are leading the way to protect it through supporting MAPS, the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary. MAPS transforms the entire Arctic Ocean into the world’s largest preservation area, stopping all activities harmful to the ice, …

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More than 820 million people worldwide are still going hungry, according to a UN report that says reaching the target of zero hunger by 2030 is “an immense challenge”. The number of people with not enough to eat has risen for the third year in a row as the population increases, after a decade when …

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At the World University Games in Naples, Italy this week Wednesday, Shida Leni of Bugema University, won Silver Medal in the Women’s 400m race. Having been knocked out in the Semi-Finals in the two previous editions (2015 & 2017) of the games, her coaches for the last six years (Kevin and Sue O’Connor) gave her …

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The largest ecological and humanitarian crisis in history is at our doorstep. According to Philip Alston, the United Nation’s Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, hundreds of millions face impoverishment, widespread displacement and hunger, with the most severe impact in poor countries and regions that have contributed the least to the crisis.  The …

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By Isidoros Karderinis Italy must return to the lira because joining the euro has been disastrous and sticking with it would be suicidal. Italy joined the eurozone in 1999 under the leadership of Prime Minister Massimo D’Alema of the Democratic Left party. This fateful participation, which entailed the complete loss of independent monetary policy, is …

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The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi shook the world with “why he was murdered a big question”. Fellow journalists world over, human right activists have all continued to demand for his corpse and explanations on why he was heartlessly executed. Now, evidence suggests Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman and other senior Saudi officials …

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Stratolaunch, the world’s largest airplane that flew only once, is up for sale. Holding company Vulcan is seeking to sell Stratolaunch at $400 million, people familiar with the matter told CNBC. Vulcan is the investment conglomerate of the late billionaire Paul Allen. A Microsoft co-founder, Allen passed away last October following complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. …

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