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Venezuela’s Economic Woes Force Country to Rely on Trade

Venezuela’s Economic Woes Force Country to Rely on Trade

Venezuela’s economic woes haven’t yet ceased, but the country may receive some help from other nations to deal with shortages of food, medicine, and other goods. The Brazilian government has…

Cuban Dentist to Practice Again After Eleven Years Defecting From Cuba

Cuban Dentist to Practice Again After Eleven Years Defecting From Cuba

Dr. Amaurys Ramirez, a dentist, plans of working permanently in the United States after defecting from his native Cuba more than 10 years ago. Rutgers Today reports that Ramirez has…

Former Romanian Mayor Arrested in Real Estate Investigations as Nation Seeks to Stamp Out Corruption

Former Romanian Mayor Arrested in Real Estate Investigations as Nation Seeks to Stamp Out Corruption

Selling real estate is a time-consuming, competitive job. In a fast-moving market, it might take 30 days to sell property on average, and in a slow market, it can take…

Venezuelan Government Raising Wages

Venezuelan Government Raising Wages

Venezuelans are celebrating an announcement by President Nicolas Maduro stating that the minimum wage would be raised for the second time this year. The minimum wage and retirees’ pensions will…

The Global Demand for AC Is Increasing, Not Because of Temperatures, But Because of Financial Growth

The Global Demand for AC Is Increasing, Not Because of Temperatures, But Because of Financial Growth

It seems like a vicious cycle: because the earth is getting warmer, more people are turning up their air conditioners; because more energy is needed to fuel air conditioning units,…

Scottish Teen Turned ISIS Recruiter Lures UK Girls

Scottish Teen Turned ISIS Recruiter Lures UK Girls

Some girls dream of going to college, having a career, and becoming productive citizens. Others dream of martyrdom and recruiting women to join a violent and radical terrorist group. The…

Is the Indonesian Government Harming the Environment By Blowing Up Illegal Fishing Boats?

Is the Indonesian Government Harming the Environment By Blowing Up Illegal Fishing Boats?

Around the world, fishing is an extremely prevalent industry and a popular form of recreation. Research shows that almost 48 million people participated in freshwater, saltwater and fly fishing in the…

North Korea Contemplates Cancelling Journalists’ Trip to Britain Over Ebola Panic

North Korea Contemplates Cancelling Journalists’ Trip to Britain Over Ebola Panic

North Korea has certainly been the center of a lot of controversy lately — from Sony Pictures’ movie fiasco The Interview and North Korea’s subsequent internet shutdown, to the revocation of development…

Pope Francis Bequeaths Centuries Old Historical Document to the Filipino People

Pope Francis Bequeaths Centuries Old Historical Document to the Filipino People

Pope Francis gave the Philippines’ President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III an incredibly rare item as a gift during his visit to the Malacañang Palace on January 16 — a Nautical…

Want To Cause an Internet Meltdown? One Tweet Is All It Takes

Want To Cause an Internet Meltdown? One Tweet Is All It Takes

Queen Elizabeth II recently made headlines, and much to everyone’s surprise, the story had nothing to do with any alleged “disputes” between Her Majesty and Duchess Kate Middleton, the Queen’s…