Abe wins Japan election, vows to eliminate NK’s threat

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The Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, who has managed to gain an astounding victory in the country’s election, has vowed to eliminate the threat posed by their aggressive neighbour, North Korea. It is learned that the Japanese government is trying to re-militarise in order to strengthen the country to carry out a strong counterattack against any More...

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Brazil police launches massive crackdown on ‘Paedophiles’

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Irishman, illegally detained by Egypt, released

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Nearly 43 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban terror attack

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By Europe Vartha On Thursday, October 19th, 2017
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Spain likely to suspend Catalonia’s autonomy

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By Europe Vartha On Saturday, October 14th, 2017
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Italian students protest over improper ‘Internship’ policy

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By Europe Vartha On Friday, October 13th, 2017
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US withdraws its support to UNESCO

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Greece parliament passes new law permitting people to change gender

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Macron’s reforms irritate workers

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Australian dual citizenship issue likely to trigger political turmoil

As the hearing over the dual citizenship issue has begun in the Australian court, the speculation that the issue is likely to trigger a huge political turmoil in the country has resulted to several debates across More...

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