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Buckingham Palace fuming over David Cameron's revelations

  The Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, has revealed in an interview with the BBC that he asked if Queen Elizabeth could “raise an eyebrow” during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, a request resulted in a scarce comment by…
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The Rugby World Cup in Japan gets underway tomorrow in Tokyo

Rugby fans from all over the world are descending on Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup opening match tomorrow. Japan will take on Russia in the Aijnomoto Stadium in Tokyo at 7:45pm local time, after the opening ceremony. It is the first time that the tournament has been…
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Argentina approves new food law after protests

After weeks of mass protests and begging from social groups, Christian leaders and unions, the senate in Argentina approved a food emergency law on Wednesday that will attempt to address the povery, unemployment and desperation on the country’s streets. The new law…
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Canadian PM Trudeau's election crisis over 'brownface' photograph

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, is under heavy fire after a photograph surfaced from 2001 that features had dressed as the Disney character Aladdin and wearing make-up that appears to attempt to emulate the skin tone of the Arab region. The photograph was…
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Israelis head to the polls for the second time in a year

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is struggling again to hold on to power, as the people of Israel head to the polls again today, after April’s election failed to produce a government and all indications show that it will be every bit as close again this…