Anti-corruption referendum sparks protests

14th February 2017 emhikins 0

Romania alongside with Bulgaria became an EU member state since 2007. Romania has since been embroiled in protests over Bucharest decision to ease the anti-corruption in the country’s government. The European Union describes the corrupt […]

No radiation risk says France

9th February 2017 emhikins 0

France has issued a statement denying any risk of explosion following an explosion at a Nuclear Plant in Flamanville in France.     The company managing the site, EDF energy said the explosion was caused […]

Truck attack on Berlin Christmas market

19th December 2016 emhikins 1

Local media in brietscheidplatz Berlin Germany is reported an attack on a Christmas market 9 confirmed dead so far and about 50 injured. Police suspect a deliberate attack and has reported to have arrested the […]

Facebook vows to clampdown on fake news

16th December 2016 emhikins 6

  Mark Zukerberg has denied claims that Facebook’s fake news stream somehow influenced the outcome of the just concluded American Presidential Election in favour of the Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump. facebook however has vowed […]

Israeli parliamentary dress code row

16th December 2016 emhikins 1

Women in Israel face a new parliamentary change in the way they dress and what they wear in public work places. The women call it an intrusion by religion in politics and interference on their […]

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