President Trump’s license plate controversy

In his short but eventful reign as US president, Donald Trump has courted plenty of controversy. From his extreme vetting programme, to his war of words with Mexico’s president over ‘the wall’. However, his first but by no means least important spat, wasn’t with a nation or religious group but with collectors of personalised number plates. Here’s More...

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By webmaster On Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

Le Brexit: How the EU referendum is dividing languages, not just nations

It is not just the continuing negotiations of Brexit that are causing international conflict and confusion, it’s the word itself. In the UK, many politicians have mistakenly referred to the decision to leave the More...

By webmaster On Monday, March 27th, 2017

A Trump voter is notified that her husband is about to be deported

The husband of a woman who voted for Donald Trump in the United States presidential election is going to be deported. This is explained by the “The lad bible”, a website specialized in viral contents. Born More...

By webmaster On Friday, March 24th, 2017

Trump attacks members of his own party who block the elimination of ‘Obamacare’

US President Donald Trump has attacked a radical faction of his own Republican party on Twitter on Friday, saying they are hampering efforts to crack down on Obama’s healthcare reform. This faction is the More...

By webmaster On Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

London in shock after attack on ‘heart of power’

London awoke today amidst the commotion and tense calm after yesterday’s attack on the Westminster Parliament, where a terrorist hit two passers-by and stabbed a police officer before being shot dead. The More...

By webmaster On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

There are no longer queues in Venezuela’s bakeries because there is no bread to buy

“There are no longer queues in the bakeries because there is no bread and arepas at the table of Venezuelans,” says a citizen of foot, desperate for the situation of shortage of flour that the country More...

By webmaster On Monday, March 13th, 2017

Scotland, to hold a second referendum on independence or Brexit

Scotland’s Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced on Monday that she will seek legal authorization from the Edinburgh Parliament to hold a second referendum on independence in this British region. In More...

By webmaster On Thursday, March 9th, 2017

CIA says they do not spy smartphones, but that Wikileaks reports are dangerous

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) declined to confirm the veracity of WikiLeaks’ alleged leak of electronic espionage, but said it threatened US citizens. “Such leaks not only endanger US personnel More...

By webmaster On Monday, March 6th, 2017

North Korea launches four ballistic missiles to the sea and three fall near Japan

North Korea launched four ballistic missiles that flew about 1,000 kilometers before falling to the East Sea in waters of the Japanese Special Economic Zone (EEZ), the South Korean and Japanese governments said. The More...

By webmaster On Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

Who is Justin Trudeau?

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a great speaker who manages his image with expertise, becoming one of the most influential political leaders of the moment. His name is Justin, he is from Canada and he More...