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Brexit destiny with “no deal”

By Carlo Colleluori / July 20, 2018

After Brexit Minister Davis and Foreign Minister Johnson quit their jobs the last week, most people all around Europe are wondering what is going to happen in the UK. According to the labor leader Jeremy Corbyn, the end for Theresa May’s Government should be very close, because everybody is leaving “the sinking ship”. The whole […]

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Nelson Mandela’s Day

By Carlo Colleluori / July 18, 2018

Today, 18 June, is the international Nelson Mandela’s Day. Many countries are celebrating the memory of this inspiring figure that has changed the destiny of South Africa. Born in this day in 1918, today we celebrate 100 years from his birth. But why is this man so important and well-known all over the world? He […]

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100 migrants in a container, 8 dead

By Carlo Colleluori / July 18, 2018

8, migrants, 6 of them children and a woman, died in Libya during the last part of their trip to the EU. They were with another 100 people in the fridge cell of a truck, massed in inhumane conditions and stored with other products, like fuel, that are probably the cause of their death. They […]

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The true resilience of Paris

By Carlo Colleluori / July 16, 2018

100,000 people were in front of the big screen close to the Tour Eiffel, in Paris yesterday, screaming “buuuuut”, sharing love and happiness. Jay Z and Beyoncé let the fans watch the match before the concert, and in the end she came on the stage screaming “We have something to celebrate today!” Then together with […]

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Immigrant children separated from their parents in the US

By Carlo Colleluori / July 11, 2018

The zero-tolerance policy in the US is paying off, or at least, it is for its supporters. Nearly 3000 children have been separated from their undocumented parents, and due to the 1997 international agreement, every immigrant child has to be let free after 20 days of detention and reunited with their family. It was supposed […]

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The Hidden Flag in Russia

By Carlo Colleluori / July 9, 2018

Maybe nobody knows that in Russia to show and display rainbow flag can be punishable by a jail sentence, as it is classified as ‘gay propaganda’. Life for homosexual people there is very hard and full of risks and punishments, and what should just be easy, becomes an every day challenge. And a challenge is […]

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Teenage women arrested in Iran for posting a dancing video.

By Carlo Colleluori / July 9, 2018

Dancing is an enchanting form of art, but sometimes it also turns into a way to jump into a cultural battle. This is what is happening right now in Iran, where women are posting several videos of themselves on Instagram, in support of a teenager who was arrested. Maedeh Hojabri posted a video of herself […]

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Rolling Stone Italy goes against Vice-Prime Minister Salvini

By Carlo Colleluori / July 6, 2018

“Noi non stiamo con Salvini” – “We don’t stay with Salvini” This is the main (and only) theme of the new cover of the famous magazine “Rolling Stone” in Italy. The editorial board of the 50-aged periodical decided to request support from musicians, actors, artists, writers and influential people from showbusiness. The aim of this […]

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Top 3 Today, Wednesday 4 of July!

By Carlo Colleluori / July 4, 2018

The Who What Why When Where Quiz The Who What Why When Where Quiz is basically a general knowledge quiz about famous people, regular things, mundane reasons, historical moments and common places, with some rare question peppered in. It won’t be like a normal quiz, but it won’t be so different that you go home […]

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