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Winston Churchill’s Painting Sold by Angelina Jolie for $11.5 Million

A Moroccan landscape painting done by the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and owned by Angelina Jolie got sold at an auction in London for

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62 dies in Ecuador Prison Riot

Sixty-two detainees have died in a mob at jails in three urban communities in Ecuador because of battles between rival groups and a getaway endeavor,

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Four Militants from Bangladesh sentenced to death for killing US blogger Avijit Roy

A court in Bangladesh condemned to death five individuals from an Islamist militant group on Tuesday for killing a U.S. blogger critical of religious

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Italian PM wins key senate vote

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who leads a collation government, has won a crucial senate vote. When As many as 156 lawmakers have voted in favour


Russia blames archaic electoral system for disturbance in US Capitol

The European superpower of Russia has blamed the archaic electoral system for the disturbance that occurred in the US capitol last day. Trump supporters


EU loosing strength

Certain recent developments indicate that the EU, which is a powerful economic union, is losing its strength. The EU is currently dominated by Germany and


Airline Crash: Ukraine demands complete compensation from Iran

The European country of Ukraine has demanded a complete compensation from the Middle East country of Iran in connection with the incident which led to the


China launches crackdown Hong Kong

The Asian country of China has launched a severe crackdown in the embattled territory of Hong Kong. As many as 53 people have been booked in connection


EU to offer additional funding to Bosnia to rebuild burned migrant camps

The European Union has offered to provide additional funding to the European country of Bosnia to rebuild the migrant camps which were burned down

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Navalny to remain in Russian prison for ten days

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is likely to remain in the Russian custody for at least thirty days. The Russian government has not yet responded