Monday , 14 July 2014
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Captain Bowe Bergdahl might join the active duty after counseling


According to defense officials, Sgt Bowe Bergdahl might join the duty followed by month long counseling in the military hospital. Bowe Bergdahl was kidnapped by the Taliban militants and was kept as a captive for five years. In the month of May, he was released by the Taliban militants in exchange of three Taliban terrorists. Bergdahl was kidnapped on June ... Read More »

Wild fire destroyed several houses in Oregon


According to reports, the wild fire has spread and it destroyed several homes in Southern part of Oregon. Followed by the outbreak of wild fire, the governmental authorities have evacuated several homes in the nearby area. Officials from fire extinguishing department claimed that on Sunday the wildfire erupted near Sprague River around 2 p.m. PDT.  The officials claimed that till ... Read More »

Seven small tremors rattle Oklahoma


On weekend, within the span of 14 hours, seven small earthquakes rattled central Oklahoma region. According to the reports released by United States geological survey, seven small tremors shook the earth with magnitude ranging from 2.6 to 2.9. The report also mentioned that the epicenter of the quakes lies 15 to 30 miles northeast of Oklahoma City. The quakes were ... Read More »

Pope : Two percent of Roman clerics are pedophiles


On Sunday, Pope Francis said that roman clergy is consisting of more than 8000 sexual abusers. Pope also mentioned that this problem is like leprosy in our house”. The article about the pop’s statement was published by the Italian magazine. However, the Vatican City mentioned that the article was not restructured accurately and it is not what pope wanted to ... Read More »

Argentine fans became violent after the world cup loss


After Argentina loss the world cup to Germany, the Argentine fans started vandalizing streets in anger. Thousands of Argentine fans were saddened but they felt proud that their team reached finals. Riot police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the violent crowd from downtown Buenos Aires. The fans started hurling rocks toward the police and broke the nearby ... Read More »

Militant missiles killed eight in Egypt’s Sinai Region


Islamic militants killed eight people in Egypt’s Sinai region with rockets and missiles. The missiles were meant to attack the security forces in Northeastern Egypt border. According to the reports, the attack was carried out by Islamic extremist groups. Since the former President Mohamed Morsi was ousted, the Egyptian military forces started cracking down the terror establishment in the Sinai ... Read More »

Thousands of Palestinians flees toward North as Israel gets offensive


According to reports, Thousands of Palestinians fled their homes after Israel warned of more attacks. The civilians defied the orders of Hamas to stay in their homes and fled toward Northern region. Earlier Israel warned the civilians of more aggressive military attack via flyers and phone calls. Both Israel and Hamas over looked the international appeal of cease fire. According ... Read More »

Educational activists Malala Yousafzai campaigns for the abducted Nigerian girls


On Sunday, educational activist Malala Yousafzai met the Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan to campaign against the abduction of 200 school girls in Chibok. She also met the parents of the missing girls in Nigerian capital. According to reports, the Pakistani activist also met several leaders who organized Bring Back our girl’s campaign.  After meeting the parents of the missing girls, ... Read More »

Citigroup Agrees in $7B Settlement with U.S.

Citigroup agrees to pay $7 billion to settle the U.S. government investigation into sloppy mortgage-backed securities the bank sold during the 2008 financial crisis. The settlement is expected to be announced on Monday. The settlement is way higher compared to the $4 billion that Citigroup had proposed to settle, but also below $10 billion the government was asking. The Citigroup ... Read More »

Six Injure in Rockefeller Plaza’s Observation Deck Fire

A fire broke out at the observation deck of the Rockefeller Plaza on Sunday night, hurting six people including a child. New York Fire Department officials said the fire started around 7:43 p.m. from a stationary video camera in the Top of the Rock observation deck on the 70th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. A Top of the Rock official ... Read More »