• What Is The Italian Eurocrisis And Why Is It Important?
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    The Euro has caused many problems for not only Europe’s economy, but for the global economy. One currency shared among 19 odd nations was originally intended to make global trade easier, but from an economic standpoint it is a mess. There are extremely robust economies such as Germany, holding up the Euro while meager nations […]

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  • Asia’s New Air Taxis
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    Late for that important business meeting? Sick and tired of dealing with awful traffic all the time? Citizens of numerous Southeast-Asian cities have been fretting over these issues for what seems like an eternity. Fortunately for them, an innovative solution has emerged.   For the citizens of cities like Manila or Jakarta, dealing with terrible […]

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  • The Country Living In Waste
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    Citizens of Lebanon used to look out their windows greeted by the sight of the sky blue Mediterranean. Now, their balconies depict a very different view: a massive heap of trash piled up rising upon Mediterranean. Since 2015, Lebanon has been tackling a country-wide trash crisis. Following the failure to replace a huge landfill site […]

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  • Pyeongchang Olympic Games: Peace?
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    For the next few weeks, South Korea will be holding the official 2018 Winter Olympics. A total of 2,952 athletes from over 90 different countries will compete in 102 events including cross-country skiing, speed skating, and snowboarding. Previously, the 2014 Winter Olympics was held in Sochi, Russia, while the 2022 Winter Olympics will be held […]

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  • Beginning of the End?
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    In a stunning breakthrough over this past Saturday, the usually fiery-tempered Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea, has issued an invitation to South Korea’s President, Moon Jae-In, inviting him to attend a summit meeting in North Korea. This could be a historic moment, as the last time the two met was back in 2007, […]

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  • Cape Town’s Uncertain Future
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    It seems like a movie script. A city’s water supply has dried up, creating chaos and  anarchy. But this is no fiction. In Cape Town, citizens are preparing for the worst—the clean water supply running out. And soon. For three years, the Western Cape province has experienced a drought like no other. Meteorologists have called […]

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  • The Connection of China and china
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    Chinese pottery is one of the most world-renowned types of pottery there is. Most people in the world know the word china as the form of ceramics, and China as the country that shares the same name. However, not many people know the connections between the two, which can be traced all the way back […]

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  • North Korea Reaches Out for Talks
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    These past 6 months have been nothing but tense between North Korea, South Korea, and its allies. However, this week has been different: North Korea reached out to the South to establish communication. South Korea graciously accepted and they met. North Korea established communication for 1 primary reason: the Olympics. As the Olympics will be […]

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  • MH370: The Search Continues
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    It has been almost four years since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, one of aviation’s biggest mysteries. The governments of Malaysia, China, and Australia ended the search last January after being unable to find clues for the Boeing 777’s disappearance or its location: only three pieces of debris were confirmed to be a […]

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