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Exclusive Footage of Naples Mafia Shooting Aftermath

Exclusive Footage of Naples Mafia Shooting Aftermath

By Fosca D’Incau Late on a warm July night in Naples, a young man was shot and killed while driving a scooter. The incident, in the heart of the historic city was only days after another fatal street execution. This ...

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Iraq’s Latest Scourge

Iraq’s Latest Scourge

No matter what crisis grabs the headlines, from Thailand to Syria, there is always one danger zone in the Middle East which is in constant limbo between recovery from its troubled past, and becoming a failed state. Yet within the ...

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To Be Free or Not to Be Free? That is Almost the Question

To Be Free or Not to Be Free? That is Almost the Question

As the Scottish referndum for indenpendence fast approaches, Cameron Rogers asses the arguments for both Scotland’s secession and remaining with the United Kingdom. ith the referendum on Scottish independence set for the 18th of September this year, talk of independence and ...

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Privacy Protection: Is Major Reform on US Spy Programmes Impending?

Privacy Protection: Is Major Reform on US Spy Programmes Impending?

Why the retirement of Congressman Mike Rogers marks such an important turning point in America’s intelligence agencies. epublican Congressman Mike Rogers of Michigan’s 8th district recently announced his decision to step down at the next election. Normally, a long-time Representative ...

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India’s Rape Problem: The Cause and Cure?

India’s Rape Problem: The Cause and Cure?

Within India’s Capital, New Delhi, a rape is reported every 22 minutes. After decades of a severe rape problem, it finally seems like the Government is trying solve the problem. n April 4th this year, three men convicted of gang raping ...

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Uganda’s Anti-Gay Law in Depth

Uganda’s Anti-Gay Law in Depth

By Meron Mesfin In the past couple of years Uganda has been making international headlines due to a highly controversial bill regarding the treatment, or rather the verdict, on homosexuals in Uganda. Likened, by renowned Bishop Desmond Tutu, to the Nazi ...

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How the West can Promote LGBT Rights Abroad

How the West can Promote LGBT Rights Abroad

Despite the focus of the world on the worsening situation in Ukraine, news headlines have also been touched on the enactment of Uganda’s infamous anti-homosexuality law. Thankfully, the death penalty provisions that were part of the original 2009 bill have ...

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