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Egypt police disperses pro Morsi

Egyptian police needed to use tear gas to disperse supporters of ousted Mohamed Morsi after members of the Muslim brotherhood thrown bottles and gravel. Angered Morsi supporters stormed to different […]

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Taiwan opens job market for OFWs

Taiwan’s job market has been opened for Overseas Filipino Workers after the Taiwanese government lifted all sanctions against the Philippines. Almost 3,000 skilled workers are needed by an electric company […]

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China bans New Zealand dairies

China will start prohibiting importing milk and other dairy goods from New Zealand after confirming that the New Zealand milk is contaminated with clostridium botulinum that may harm the health […]

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US extends travel alert

The United States government extended the worldwide travel alert up to the end of August for its citizens after threats of terror attack spread by Al-Qaeda group. According to the […]

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Snowden thankful to Russia for asylum

Russia provided former US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden an asylum, and Snowden is thankful for it. According to Atty. Anatoly Kucherena, Snowden’s legal counsel, the former US spy can live […]

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Heat stroke kills 10 in China

10 people in China died due to heat stroke after the government released a level two nationwide heat alert for the first time. Based on the report, it’s the hottest […]

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Mandela showing good signs

Former South African president Nelson Mandela is showing that he is fighting for dear life. President Jacob Zuma stated that despite being in critical condition, Mandela is fighting to stay […]