Mosque bombing Sep 27 : Germany boosts security

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Two improvised explosive devices have gone off in the eastern German city of Dresden, targeting a mosque and an international conference center.Security has been stepped up in the German city of Dresden, following two bomb attacks on a mosque and a conference center Monday evening. No one was injured, according to police, although the mosque was severely damaged. Both explosions took place on Monday evening. Police first responded to an emergency call informing them of an explosion at a mosque on Hühndorfer Street. Follow Blazing Fury @FuryBlazing Pictures published by…

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NATO Deploying E-3 AWACS in middle east – October 2016

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A fleet of 16 Airborne Early Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) aircraft equipped with long-range radars and sensors will be in syria and middle east after october 2016 . “We have defense ministers meeting here at the end of October, I think the hope is the mission will be underway at that time,” Alexander Vershbow said at a press briefing in Brussels, as quoted by Defense News website. Vershbow added that nations contributing personnel to AWACS aircraft had to put the issue before their national parliaments, which was going to happen in the coming weeks. The US-led coalition of more than 60 nations has been conducting anti-Daesh…

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Colombia peace deal – A Historic agreement of 2016

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Image copyright EPA The Colombian government and left-wing Farc rebels are set to sign a historic agreement deal that formally brings an end to 52 years of civil war. The last of the major Cold War conflicts killed 260,000 people and left six million internally displaced. President Juan Manuel Santos and rebel leader Timoleon Jimenez, known as Timochenko, will use a pen made from a bullet to sign the deal on Monday. The president says the deal will boost economic growth and unite the country. “War is always more costly than…

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Prince William & Kate mate with a Syrian refugee family – Canada Tour 2016

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Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of CambridgeBritain’s Prince William, left, and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, second left, and Catherine meet with a family from Syria during a visit to the Immigrant Services Society in Vancouver, B.C., Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016. (Chris Wattie/The Canadian Press via AP)     VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Prince George and Princess Charlotte stayed behind with their nanny as Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Kate, continued their tour of British Columbia on Sunday, a day after George left Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hanging on…

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Barack obama Last public speech 2016

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Hre’s the text of President Barack Obama‘s farewell address Tuesday at McCormick Place in Chicago: THE PRESIDENT:   Hello, Chicago!  (Applause.)  It’s good to be home!  (Applause.)  Thank you, everybody.  Thank you.  (Applause.)  Thank you so much.  Thank you.  (Applause.)  All right, everybody sit down.  (Applause.)  We’re on live TV here.  I’ve got to move.  (Applause.)  You can tell that I’m a lame duck because nobody is following instructions.  (Laughter.)  Everybody have a seat.  (Applause.) My fellow Americans — (applause) — Michelle and I have been so touched by all…

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Who are the Farc? -Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia

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FARC (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia): The Farc is the oldest and largest group among Colombia’s left-wing rebels and is one of the world’s richest guerrilla armies. The group’s roots can be traced back to the Liberal guerrilla bands of La Violencia – the civil war between the Liberal and Conservative parties that raged from 1948 until 1958. Farc became disillusioned with the leadership of the Liberal Party and turned to communism. One of the guerrilla bands was led by Manuel “Sureshot” Marulanda (his real name is Pedro Antonio Marin), who in…

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Poland’s ex-president Walesa ‘I would shoot’ Russian jets buzzing past US ships “

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Poland’s former president and democracy icon Lech Walesa said he would not hesitate to “knock off the wing” of Russian jets if he were in charge of the US destroyer Donald Cook. “If I were the commander of this ship, if these [Russian] planes were flying I would shoot them. But not to kill. I would knock off the wing,” the Nobel Peace Prize recipient of 1983 told Radio Free Europe. Read more ‘Aggressive simulated attack’: Pentagon decries Russian jets zooming over USS Donald Cook (VIDEO) The interview, published Saturday,…

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