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Biden Pledges More Aid to Syrian Refugees

Biden Pledges More Aid to Syrian Refugees

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden pledged more aid to Syrian refugees on Saturday after meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The two leaders did not announce whether they have found a common path to deal with the conflict in Syria, during a press conference held in Syria. The U.S. expects Syria to play a […]

Pope Francis Against Greed

Pope Francis Against Greed

Pope Francis spoke against greed last week when he informed world leaders to take care of those who are hungry and poor in the world. He said failure to do so would lead to the destruction of the world. He was speaking at the 2nd International Conference on nutrition in Rome. The pope expressed disappointment to […]

Earthquake in China Kills Two and Creates Stampede at Primary School

Earthquake in China Kills Two and Creates Stampede at Primary School

On Saturday, a 5.9 earthquake that hit the remote Sichuan province of southwestern China resulted in the deaths of at least two people, according to WXII12 News. Panic ensued at a primary school in the province, causing the students to stampede. The earthquake occurred in a mountainous region of the Sichuan province. According to the […]

Vladimir Putin Powerful Weapons at Hand

Vladimir Putin Powerful Weapons at Hand

Russian and Soviet leaders have long been known as tough guys, standing up to the West, others in their party and other Eastern bloc nations. While many showed powerful military might, crackdowns on opposition, pounding shoes and such, but none have had the weapons at hand that current Russian President Vladimir Putin does – his […]

Kenya Suffers Terror Attack as Al-Shabab Kills Bus Passengers

Kenya Suffers Terror Attack as Al-Shabab Kills Bus Passengers

Kenya suffered from a terror attack as Al-Shabab, a terrorist militant from neighboring Somalia, attacked a bus bound for Nairobi, the country’s capital city, causing suffering to the passengers and killing 28 of them Saturday morning. Seventeen of the passengers were teachers while the rest were healthcare workers and police officers. There was a total […]

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