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Portugal has girl power


Portugal has been placed in the very top league as one of the best countries in the world for girls.

A new global report from the Save the Children listed Portugal in eighth place out of the 144 nations scrutinised.  

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Though civilians are being killed in Mosul as Iraqi special forces supported by US-led airstrikes retake the city from jihadists, Iraq’s president explained in an interview that those d
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British multinational grocery retailer Tesco has agreed to pay £214 million ($269 million) in fines and investor compensation over its 2014 accounting scandal. Read Full Article at RT.c
Dozens of attackers using steel chairs on Tuesday attacked Africans in a mall, Ansal plaza Greater Noida, a satellite city of New Delhi, in India. In a video that went viral,  locals went on a violent
UN Human Rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein has condemned the “massive loss of civilian lives in western Mosul,” where at least 307 people have been killed and 273 wounded in just over
Operatives of the Rivers State Police Command have arrested three suspected armed robbers, who shot and killed a dispatch rider, who had gone to deliver smartphones to them. It was gathered that the a
Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday congratulated a national leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on his 65th birthday. He said the nation had benefi
The two film-makers who focused on a less-known saviour of World War II, the recently deceased Nicholas Winton and made films about him, received the award commemorating another war-time hero, Swede
The wall cordoning off the entrance to the office of Ukraine subsidiary of Russian government-owned Sberbank is being dismantled, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
Ukraine's state and government-guaranteed debt, estimated in U.S. dollars, rose by 0.78%, to $71.76 billion, as of February 28, according to the Ukrainian Finance Ministry's website.
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TOY exports from Spain to the UK have shrunk in the last nine months due to the uncertainty surrounding the impending Brexit process ...
Hundreds of residents of an Indian city where a teenage boy died of a suspected drug overdose went on a violent rampage against Africans, using steel chairs to attack shoppers in a local mall. The rio
A 65 year old man, identified as Samvel Aghlamazyan, died after being hit by a vehicle in Yerevan’s Artashisyan Street.
Russia can use Iranian military bases for airstrikes targeting terrorists in Syria on a “case by case basis,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told Reuters. Read Full Artic
PALMA de Mallorca airport is set to undergo a multi-million-euro revamp to meet increasing demand forecast for the next four ...
Indian authorities on Tuesday ordered an investigation into a mob attack on several African students near New Delhi, a crime for which seven people have been arrested. The incident occurred in the Del
February's current and actual absorption rates of European funds under the 2007 - 2013 financial framework were in line with those of January, shows data published on the dedicated website fonduri-ue
A policeman in the staunchly Protestant town of Ermelo has issued a ticket to a teenager he spotted walking down...
Numsa has endorsed a march by the United Front in a bid to quell the upsurge of violent attacks on foreign nationals in Joburg and also slammed mayor Herman Mashaba.
As a visa-free regime has been launched in the European Union for Georgia March 28, Georgian citizens living in the occupied territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia are also eligible for unhindered
Xalq Bank and global payment technologies provider Mastercard announce the launch of a new card World Mastercard Black Edition, a product specially designed for Premium Banking customers who wish to e
President Jacob Zuma asks the High Court to be removed as a party in a case involving Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Guptas.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has met with the heads of delegations of the member states of the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development - GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldov
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A strategy for safe management of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel will be designed in Armenia.
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