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Comment on African Jihadism

The richest, the most beautiful and resourceful continent of the World, Africa, is steadily plunged into a wide area of civil conflict and massacres, with major demand the rise into power for jihadists. The continent that has been for centuries the center of atrocities and expoitation by the European colonialism has never achieved to provide… » read more

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The withdrawal of the United Kindgom from the European Union and its institutions has stirred up the public discussion lately. The Davos Summit as well as the previous declared intention from UK PM David Cameron to pool Britain outside the EU by launching a referendum until 2017 express the determined spirit of the Tory to… » read more

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On the 17th of January the Greek MPs (i.e. members of the Parliament) are planned to vote against those politicians being allegedly involved in accusations for counterfeit over the well-known “Lagarde List“, a spreadsheet containing roughly 2,000 potential tax evaders with undeclared accounts at Swiss HSBC Geneva branch. Three different ballot boxes are going to… » read more

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Risalto in Athens

During the last week self-creative, small-scale bomb mechanisms scattered in the residencies of Greek journalists in Athens, bringing in the light fears that terrorism in Greece is re-ignited under the shadow of the police special forces intervention in one of the flag squats of the anarchist community in Athens, called “Villa Amalia”.

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Pour JC Junker la position de la Grèce aux seins de l’Eurozone est étroitement liée avec l’établissement politique européen. Pour lui, ce n’était jamais une question économique, mais plutôt politique et culturelle. C’est pour ça que lors de sa dernière présence publique devant la Comité Economique du Parlement Européen il n’a pas du tout dissimulé… » read more

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What comes after Chavez?

The Venezuelanian leader is passing through tough times with his health and the game over his succession has already started. There is a person who has supposedly received Chavez’s accreditation and approval, but the main question is whether or not Venezuela will be the same after Chavez.

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The rise of tax imposition rate for wealthy people in France has pushed Gerard Depardieu to launch an unprecedented polemique against Hollande’s administration. The outcome of the statement struggle ended up a couple of days ago, when Vladimir Putin decided to give Russian passport to Depardieu after the first denied his French citizenship.

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