International

Honor Killings are Never Justifiable, Not Ever or Anywhere!

I have decided to shed some light on some insights about honor killings, amidst one that occurred in my parents’ home country, Pakistan, yesterday. An upcoming supermodel by the name of Qandeel Baloch was killed by her brother in Multan, Paksitan while her parents were in their bedroom, asleep. The …

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Turkish Military Attempts to Overthrow President

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan insisted to the nation Saturday that his government is in charge following a coup attempt brought a night of explosions, air battles, gunfire and unrest across the capital and left at least 90 dead, 1,154 people wounded and more than 1,000 military personnel detained. In …

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At Least 80 Dead After Attack in Nice France

At least 80 people are dead and dozens injured as a result of a truck driver plowing through a crowd that had gathered to watch a Bastille Day fireworks show in Nice France. The driver’s actions were apparently intentional and are being called “a terrorist attack” by French President François Hollande. …

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Britain Votes to Leave European Union

Britain has voted in favor of leaving the European Union. As of Friday morning, the votes of 304 out of 382 areas had been counted and supporters of “Brexit” were leading by a margin of 51.5 to 48.5 percent. The news had dramatic effects on the world economy. The British pound dropped by …

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Four New Elements Are Being Added To the Period Table

Four new elements are being added to the period table: Nihonium (element 113), Moscovium (element 114), Tennessine (element 115), and Oganesson (element 118). Scientists in Japan have managed to make the 113th element of the period table, and have named it after the Japanese word for Japan: “Nihon”. Nihonium will be …

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