Canada appeals court orders tobacco firms to pay billions in damages

ONTARIO, Canada––A court in Canada has upheld a decision that ordered three tobacco companies to pay billions in damages. According…

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President Ellen Johnson Sirelaf’s “House of Cards” in Liberia’s elections

Cllr. Varney Sherman (left) and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (right) Why she doesn’t trust the current Unity Party candidate and…

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Who’s Most Likely to Die of What Disease Across US?

The U.S. Congress is preparing to take up another debate on how to handle Americans’ access to health care and…

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Several African Countries Opposing LGBT’s Rights at the UN

United Nations, New York-  several African countries are not only crafting legislations that criminalized the rights of Lesbian, Gays, Bi-sexual…

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International Development

Cuban Communist Icon Fidel Castro Dead at 90

Former President Fidel Castro, who led a rebel army to improbable victory in Cuba, embraced Soviet-style communism and defied the…

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