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Italian Bridge Collapse In Genova: Who Is Responsible? | Politics

  A huge chasm and rubble is what remains of the Ponte Morandi after its collapse on Tuesday. The central section is completely destroyed and Italian Protezione Civile has announced it will be completely demolished.   Two days after the tragedy, the question is whether it could have been avoided but now the Italian government is blaming the bridge operators[…]

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Foreign Office Minister Doesn’t Condone Boris Johnson’s Comments On Burqas | Politics

  Boris Johnson has been accused of ‘dog-whistling’ Islamophobia after remarks were made by him on the burqa ban in Denmark. He stated that Muslim women in burqas resembled that of a letter box and bank robbers, something which the Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt, did not agree with.   The comment was made in regards to the Danish ban[…]

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Yemeni Wedding Destroyed After A Devastating US Air Strike | Politics

  What was expected to be nothing short of a joyous and cheerful celebration turned into a horrific event after wedding celebrations in Yemen were interrupted with US air strikes.   The scene of a wedding had been splattered with bones and human flesh, displaying the devastating aftermath. The groom’s mother and bride’s father are still dealing with the atrocious[…]

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BMW To Be Investigated By South Korea Over Alleged Delayed Recall | Politics

  South Korea are set to investigate BMW over their alleged delayed response on recalling their vehicles. BMW had aimed to recall over 100,000 cars after incidents of engine fires had occurred, however South Koreans are angry and annoyed with the pace of their movement, resulting in class-action lawsuits against BMW.   In total, 28 BMW cars have caught on[…]

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Bangladesh Transport System Under Scrutiny After The Death Of Two Teenagers | Politics

  After the horrific death of two teenagers killed by a speeding bus, the streets of Bangladesh have been swarmed by thousands of angry students. With chants voicing “We want justice”, they have been demonstrating for five consecutive days since the incident.   Although the protest seemed spontaneous and disorganised, the message was clear. Major transport reforms are being demanded[…]

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