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Russia Building Europe's Largest Prison

Russia Building Europe’s Largest Prison – Kresty-2

Russia will open Europe’s largest prison in 2016. The detention center, known as Kresty-2, will replace one of Russia’s most notorious jails–the 120-year-old Kresty prison, in which Soviet-era…

Putin and Poroshenko Meet in Milan - Reach Deal for Gas Supplies (1)

Putin and Poroshenko Meet in Milan – Reach Deal on Gas Supplies

The presidents of Ukraine and Russia met in Milan, Italy Friday to work towards a resolution in the ongoing dispute over gas supplies to Ukraine. A gas deal…

Japan Caves on Senkaku Islands, First Meeting Between Japanese and Chinese Leaders Possible

Japan to Make Concessions on Senkaku Islands, First Meeting Between Japanese and Chinese Leaders Possible

President Shinzo Abe of Japan and President Xi Jinping of China may meet for the first time at the upcoming APEC summit. Abe has reportedly agreed to significant concessions…

Obama Scrapped Disease Quarantine Regulations for Airlines Four Years Ago

Obama Scrapped Disease Quarantine Regulations for Airlines Four Years Ago

In 2010 the Obama administration did away with proposed quarantine regulations that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) considered to be critical to protecting Americans in…

First Travel Restrictions in US Due to Ebola

First Travel Restrictions in US Due to Ebola

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, working with county officials, will enact a control order limiting travel for people who have been exposed to Ebola, Jenkins said Wednesday, calling…

The World May Have to Live Ebola Forever - UN

The World May Have to Live With Ebola Forever – UN

The United Nations repeated its calls for immediate aid, saying that response efforts must be hundreds of times greater than they currently are in order to meet the…

WHO Update on Ebola The situation is worse than it was 12 days ago--It's entrenched

WHO Update on Ebola: “The situation is worse than it was 12 days ago–It’s entrenched”

WHO officials provided an update Friday on the progress of the Ebola epidemic gripping West Africa and outpacing all efforts to control it. The WHO warned that without…

Men and Women Judge Art Differently, According to New Study

Men and Women Judge Art Differently, According to New Study

Whose art is worth more? The ordinary painter who just took up the craft or the authentic artist who has spent 20 years working at it and believes…

McDonald’s Wins in Russia

McDonald’s has won a ruling in Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court after Russia’s Federal Agency for Consumer Rights Protection (Rosportrebnadzor) shut down a dozen McDonald’s in Russia, claiming that…

First Sitting President Arrives for Hearing at International Criminal Court, Allies Warn Trial Risks Destabilizing Already Threatened Nation

First Sitting President Arrives for Hearing at International Criminal Court, Allies Warn Trial Risks Destabilizing Already Threatened Nation

Uhuru Kenyatta, the president of Kenya, arrived at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague Wednesday for a hearing over his indictment on charges of crimes against…

Spread of Ebola Across Europe Inevitable - WHO Chief

Spread of Ebola Across Europe “Inevitable” – WHO Chief

[BRIEF] According to the World Health Organization, the spread of Ebola across Europe is “quite unavoidable.” WHO European Director Zsuzsanna Jakab commented Tuesday on the recent first case…

After Death Consciousness Suggested by Largest Near-Death Experience StudyAfter Death Consciousness Suggested by Largest Near-Death Experience Study

After Death Consciousness Suggested by Largest Near-Death Experience Study

According to the largest study ever conducted treating near-death experiences, evidence suggests that there is consciousness after clinical death. A University of Southampton team spent four years examining…

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