Learn how to Cope Effectively with Natural Disasters

Feb 2 2016 | Written by : Jack Dawson| 5 |
natural disasters

Unlike man-made disasters, natural disasters are beyond human control. Events such as earthquakes and tornados occur around the region. These can cause extensive damage and people have the option of either losing their minds or learning how to cope with such a challenging situation. Preparing for Natural

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Russia and Turkey – The Future of Wheat Trade

Jan 18 2016 | Written by : Tom George| 8 |
russia and turkey relations

Russian-Turkish bilateral trade has been disrupted by the military standoff between the two, with serious implications for the global wheat trade. Learn more now.   The recent downing of a Russian jet fighter plane by Turkey is disrupting the Black Sea wheat trade between the two countries and this

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Putin Says USA and Russia Are Enemies Again

Jan 2 2016 | Written by : Tom George| 3 |
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Putin names United States among threats in new Russian security strategy. An unfortunate series of events has led to very poor relations with the US in recent years. “The strengthening of Russia happens against the background of new threats to the national security, which has complex and interrelated

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The Paris Agreement – A Christmas Gift to the Planet

Dec 31 2015 | Written by : John Unger| 8 |

December 12, 2015 was a good day – for two reasons. Of course, the most important reason was the signing of the climate change agreement. The second reason for celebration was that 196 nations got together and actually agreed upon something that will improve everyone’s lives. This agreement was a

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World Architecture Festival Winners

Dec 21 2015 | Written by : Luke| 5 |

Image Credits Schristia, CC BY-SA 2.0 The World Architecture Festival 2015 was held on November 4-6 at the Marine Bay Sands resort in Singapore. This venue provided a picturesque riverside setting for more than two thousand architects and designers from around the world. This is one of the grandest

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The Correspondent is looking for an Engagement Editor

Dec 3 2015 | Written by : Tom George| 9 |

  An amazing publication, the Correspondent is forging a path to better engagement with their members and journalists. We need more of this. Yes this is cool! The Correspondent is entirely ad-free and beholden only to its members and its journalistic principles. Editor in Chief Rob Wijnberg presents

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Christians Need To Unite: Oregon shooter said to have singled out Christians for killing

Oct 2 2015 | Written by : Tom George| 3 |
Christians Need To Unite: Oregon shooter said to have singled out Christians for killing

It is a sad day in America. My sympathy and condolences go out to the families that were brutalized by this senseless act of cowardice and violence. I wish to in no way benefit from this tragedy. As if that were possible. With this said I can no longer in good conscience remain silent, for I am a Christian.

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Donald Trump Is The Front Runner and Says Rand Paul, Should Quit Presidential Race

Aug 13 2015 | Written by : Tom George| 5 |

Donald Trump is leading the Presidential Race, (according to many polls) and it appears no matter what his detractors say or do, his momentum only continues to surge. He has been dubbed  the Teflon Don. So in frustration many of his opponents will revert to negative ads. Here is Donald’s response

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Why Is It Critical To Understand the Conveyancing Process?

Jul 31 2015 | Written by : Olivia Grey| 3 |

The conveyancing process is a life changing process, it should be understood that a part of your earnings are at stake when you are making such a big decision. As the transaction involves a huge amount, there is also considerable risk associated with it. Powerful Conveyancer When you negotiate with a

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5 Famous Sniper Rifles in History

Jul 31 2015 | Written by : Luke| 2 |
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Snipers or Sharpshooters are expert marksmen who are tasked with high precision shooting, while keeping their positions concealed. Before ‘rifling’ was applied to small-bore firearms, their range and effectiveness in combat was minuscule. The first example of sniper rifle can be considered the Whitworth

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History of the Yucatan Peninsula

Jun 29 2015 | Written by : Olivia Grey| 5 |

Located in Mexico, the Yucatan Peninsula is one of the most visited areas within Central America. Most people would attribute this to its beautiful tropical climate, however the history and culture that make up this region are arguably just as strong of a selling point. Let’s take a look. The Yucatan

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Hiring Criminal Lawyers – What Are the Perks

Apr 27 2015 | Written by : Olivia Grey| 0 |
Hiring Criminal Lawyers – What Are the Perks

Every time you are charged with any legal case such as murder, theft, burglary, hit-and-run, DUI or DWI, etc, the first person that you or your loved ones think to hire are the criminal attorneys. Even though the criminal lawyers are not the actual version of the knight wearing shining armour, they will

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