Day: May 6, 2017

Peace Talks Resume In Cyprus

Following a short hiatus, the resumption of discussions between Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot leadership brings renewed hope for peace in Cyprus. A treaty signed in 1960 brought an agreement between Britain, Turkey and Greece to secure the independence of Cyprus. The newly established nation was and remains home to

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Islamic State Attacks NATO Convoy In Kabul

An attack on a NATO convoy in Central Kabul has left at least eight Afghan civilians. US Navy Captain Bill Salvin has confirmed that three US service members were injured in the blast. A number of civilian vehicles were also impacted, resulting in at least twenty-five injuries, according to Najib

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What A Le Pen Victory Would Mean For France

On Sunday the 7th of May, French voters will participate in the final round of the French Election determining who will be their next President. Their choices are between two candidates; Emmanuel Macron, an independent centrist and founder of the En Marche! party, and Marine Le Pen, of the right-wing

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