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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange got arrested in London

Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks was taken into custody by London’s Metropolitan Police on 11th April, 2019, at the Ecuadorian Embassy. This charge carries a possible prison sentence of up to 12 months. Julian has been accused of stemming from his alleged role in what the US Justice Department calls “one of the largest compromises ..

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New Zealand passes new gun law

The Parliament of New Zealand has passed the law for banning the semi-automatic and military-style weapons overwhelmingly especially after the country was rocked by attacks on two mosques in Christchurch. The legislation has been proposed by the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern within days of the brutal shootout carried out by a gunman in two mosques, ..

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Facebook bans White Nationalism & Separatism on its Platforms

Facebook Inc has recently banned praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism. This move has drawn a qualified approval from New Zealand where a massacre of 50 people in mosques was live streamed in March 2019. The social media giant also pledged to improve its ability to identify and block material from terrorist ..

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National Congress Party releases Manifesto for LS election

Nationalist Congress Party has released the party election manifesto in Mumbai and New Delhi. Dilip Valse Patil who is the Senior party leader and former minister has issued the tag line of manifesto to be ‘Aao milke desh banaye’ which means Come let’s build the nation together. Thus manifesto will mostly focus on issues pertaining to ..

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Trump veto on Mexican border emergency: House fails

President Trump declared national emergency at the US Mexico border. When the resolution was put tovote, the house failed to produce the two – third majority required from the democrats. The vote was 248 – 181.  The President’s fight toget finances to build the border wall will shift to court. However republicans are in his ..

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