Sri Lanka Police Anticipate Protest Against Deal With China

Sri Lanka Police Anticipate Protest Against Deal With China

On Jan. 6, 2017, Sri Lanka police officials announced that they would anticipate a protest against the motion to move forward negotiating a deal that allows China to rent a major seaport vital to Sri Lanka’s natives. The inauguration for Ranil Wickremesinghe, Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister, is at the seaport where police officials anticipate the protest on […]

Several Cultures Celebrate the Winter Solstice

Several Cultures Celebrate the Winter Solstice

Not only is Winter Solstice celebrated in the U.S., but other countries have their own traditions to honor the shortest day of the year. It is not only recognized in Central and Northern America, but also in Northern Africa, Europe, and Asia. The summer solstice in the Southern Hemisphere is actually the Winter Solstice in the […]

Tata Steel Closure Blamed on Chinese Imports

Tata Steel Closure Blamed on Chinese Imports

Tata Steel in the U.K. announced the sale of its operation in Talbot, Wales, on March 30, 2016. According to some sections of the British media, the imminent closure of the Tata Steel subsidiary has been triggered by an oversupply of cheap Chinese imports into the steel industry. The decision by the Indian conglomerate has left the British authorities scuttling […]

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