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             18 January, 2019


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Iraq - The Right To Bear Arms (Popularity: )
Here in the U.S., our Constitution gives every American the right to bear arms. While the Constitution says nothing about licensing, we have learned that licensing is a necessity to keep arms out of the wrong hands. It's not foolproof, as criminals know. But, licensing does stem the flow of arms into the wrong hands. Is America more violent since licensing? Yes. But, violence has grown in America in proportion ...

A positive change in NWFP (Pakistan) (Popularity: )
Recently President Pervez Musharraf appointed Lt General (Retired) Ali Muhammad Jan Orakzai as the new Governor of Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province (NWFP). The move was not a surprise; as the previous governor Khalilur Rehman was unable to cop with the growing insurgency in the tribal belt. President Mushraff being a close ally of US war on terror for sometimes has been anxious to appoint someone in NWFP, who could ...

Prodi Won the Elections in Italy (Popularity: )
Two exit polls indicated today that challenger Romano Prodi`s centre-left coalition was set to beat Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi`s forces in parliamentary elections. Two Nexus polls indicated that Romano Prodi`s coalition received between 50 and 54 percent of the vote in both the upper and lower chambers of parliament, while Silvio Berlusconi`s coalition received between 45 and 49 percent. Those surveys would give Prodi`s coalition between 159 and 170 seats in ...

Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal (Popularity: )
This has made Bhutan one of the highest per capita refugee generators in the world due to the implementation of the “Driglam Namzha” (Cultural Code of the Ruling Elite) with a "One Nation, One People" policy which imposed the language, dress code, and customs of the northern Bhutanese on the entire population. The crackdown on the southern Bhutanese continued as the government began closing schools and hospitals in an attempt ...