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The problems that Venezuela is having with its power supply were predicted many years ago....

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U.S college scam breakdown

March 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Two Stanford students are suing multiple US universities in light of a massive admissions cheating scandal involving parents allegedly paying bribes to get their children into top schools....

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A UK-based journal Nature has reported a second case of HIV-remission, caused by transplanting HIV-resistant donor's stem cells to one's body....

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Due to the high price of wireless data in Canada, international students feels difficulties to pay the monthly bills....

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Trump fails to close a deal with Kim Jong-un

February 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

U.S President Donald Trump failed to reach a deal with North Korea president Kim Jong-un over nuclear disarmament at a summit held in Hanoi, Vietnam....

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Protesters gather outside the CBC building at 250 Front St. W. to hear from speakers supporting Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro....

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Justin Mowat The Canadian government pledged to provide $53 million in aid to Venezuela on Monday, amid the country’s worsening humanitarian crisis and escalating political division. The federal Liberal government announced the funding in Ottawa...

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Juan Guaido was recognized by European nations as Venezuela’s acting president after Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela's president, didn't comply with demands to call for presidential elections....

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The U.S. and Russia both accuse each other of violating a 1987 treaty agreement about nuclear missiles. The U.S. is suspending the treaty....

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Thousands of people gathered in the streets to demand President Nicolas Maduro step down and protest against the ongoing crises, which include food shortages, hyperinflation and dictatorship....

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