Venezuelan socialist dictator allows humanitarian aid to enter his country

Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro, who previously objected the entry of humanitarian aid saying that his country was not under any humanitarian crisis, has allowed the entrance of the humanitarian aid after the latest negotiation meeting between the dictator and an International humanitarian agency succeeded to break the stalemate formed More...

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By Europe Vartha On Thursday, April 18th, 2019
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Peru’s former president embraces death to escape arrest over corruption charges

Former Peruvian President Alan Garcia has committed suicide, shortly before the police authorities have entered his house premises to arrest him over the serious charges of corruption. Though he has been More...

By Europe Vartha On Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
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Portugal suffers serious fuel shortage due to tanker drivers’ strike

The European country of Portugal has been pushed to a serious fuel shortage, as the country’s government has failed to real a deal with the tanker drivers who have been protesting for last few days. The More...

By Europe Vartha On Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
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EU prepares to fix issues surrounding ‘on demand’ jobs

The ‘on demand’ job sector, though, often brings several job opportunities, it does give little respect to the rights of workers The European Union has decided to bring a law to fix the issues surrounding More...

By Europe Vartha On Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
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Spanish EC bans Vox party from participating in TV debate

The present decision stands contrary to its declared position on the Freedom of Free Speech and Expression. The Electoral Commission of Spain has banned the far-right Vox party, which showed an astounding More...

By Europe Vartha On Tuesday, April 16th, 2019
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Russia punishes Norwegian guard for spying

The chances are high for him to get the benefit of pardon. But, it cannot be said with compete assertion. A Russian court has awarded a stiffer sentence of fourteen years imprisonment for a Norwegian guard More...

By Europe Vartha On Tuesday, April 16th, 2019
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EU plans to offer more protection to whistleblowers

No one loves those who point their fingers at his/her wrongs. That is why whistleblowers are not appreciated or encouraged often. In fact, the duty of whistleblowers is to blow their whistle when even they More...

By Europe Vartha On Tuesday, April 16th, 2019
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Taliban relooks its anti-women conservatism

Change is inevitable. Anything and everything is susceptible to change. There are good changes and bad changes. Good changes bring happiness to the society in which that changes happen. Taliban is considered More...

By Europe Vartha On Saturday, April 13th, 2019
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US court punishes Indian-origin man over charges of child sex abuse

An Indian-origin man has been punished by a United States district court over the severe charges of sexual exploitation of minor. The man has been accused of sexually exploiting a minor and filming the act. More...

By Europe Vartha On Saturday, April 13th, 2019
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Assange’s arrest questions liberal’s commitment towards ‘Press Freedom’

The unjustifiable arrest of renowned hackivist Julian Assange has questioned the commitment of the, so called, liberal countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Ecuador, towards the More...

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