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5 Most Iconic Olympic Stars

Carl Lewis US Long Jump and 100m specialist competed in every Olympic Games from 1984 to 1996. He dominated at Olympic track and field events longer th

Canada Wildfire: Mass Evacuations Continue

While Fort McMurray in western Canada is already ravaged by wildfire, authorities warn the blaze could double in size by the end of Saturday. Meanwhile more than 88,000 peo

‘Sadiq Khan’ London’s New Mayor

Sadiq Khan has been elected the new Mayor of the capital of England setting an example of a modern fairytale. Being the city's first Muslim mayor, he beats Tory Zac Goldsmith

Clinton V Trump

It’s Hilary Clinton verses Donald Trump in the race to get to the White House in the bid to become the next president of America. In the blue corner we have Hilary Clinto

Donald Trump: Menace to the Middle East

Property mogul and world-renowned TV personality, Donald Trump, has fended off attacks from all sides to collate his win on 'Super Tuesday', reinforcing his lead in the race

Problems for Voters for UK Elections 2016

The UK elections are taking place on 5 May, 2016, dubbing the day as 'Super Thursday'. Yet, problems have been reported in Barnet, North London where many members of the publi

Alarming numbers of email addresses and passwords have been hacked

The security firm Hold Security announced that it had persuaded a fraudster to give the database of email addresses along with passwords consumers use to log in to websites. T

Google given Access to Healthcare Data

As part of agreement with Royal Free NHS trust, Google has signed to provide medicare data up to 1.6 million patients. DeepMind, a London-based company, famous for its inno

Refusing Migrant Refugee to Cost EU Countries

European countries who disagreed to give asylum of the refugees must pay under plans of European Commission on Wednesday. This idea comes from the reformation of EU’s asy

WB: Global water shortages to deliver ‘severe hit’ to economies

The World Bank report stated that, the biggest economic hit due to water deficits were expected to occur in the Middle East, North Africa, central Asia, and parts of south Asi