It was 74 years ago today that the Japanese attacked Hawaii and forced America’s entry into World War Two. The day was full of drama as well as some little known snippets.
Several stabbed in London subway as incident being called terrorist attack
A couple of people were stabbed on Saturday night at a London subway station by a man who kept shouting that “this is for Syria.”
Finland looks to eliminate poverty by issuing every citizen $876 each month
Assad of Syria rails against the British saying airstrikes will not be effective
The Syrian president has taken acception to the British air strikes and with Britain’s prime minister, David Cameron.
Trudeau’s aggressive agenda for Canada includes legalizing marijuana
The newly minted prime minister of Canada with the movie star looks is putting forth an aggressive agenda for his country that includes many sweeping reforms.
Newly engaged British warplanes carry out strikes on Islamic State oil fields
British warplanes have joined the fight against the Islamic State in Syria and their air strikes have been highly effective so far in targeting the Islamic State’s major source of revenue.
Texas is expecting Syrian refugees but vows to keep them from entering
Texas is expecting some Syrian refugees to arrive on Monday but will consider to seek court injunctions to prevent the flow from continuing. Another 29 states in the country are siding with Texas in refusing to allow refugees to come into their respective states.
Japanese continue to struggle to make ends meet as its recession deepens
Triple suicide bombing linked to Boko Haram has killed at least 27 in Chad
A triple bombing in Chad is claimed by the Islamic separatist group Boko Haram as the group continues to try and impose fundamentalist Islamic law in four African nations.
Hundreds of angry Russian long haul truckers block the roads into Moscow
Furious at President Putin, as well as a new national toll that was enacted, hundreds of Russian truckers used their 18-wheelers to block access into the city of Moscow until their grievances are heard.
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