Controversial Armenian Prime Minister announces resignation amid growing protests

Controversial Armenian Prime Minister announces resignation amid growing protests

Newly appointed Prime Minister, Serzh Sargsyan, facing mass demonstrations has announced his resignation today after tens of thousands took to the streets, blocking roads and staging sit-ins over the course of 11 days demanding his resignation. Sargsyan was president of Armenia for ten years which saw Armenia’s economic situation worsen...

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Colorado Lawmakers seek to jail teachers amidst multi-state walkouts

Colorado Lawmakers seek to jail teachers amidst multi-state walkouts

As a wave of teacher strikes sweeps across the United States, Colorado lawmakers are introducing legislation to prohibit an upcoming public school teacher strike. State teachers are joining others in Arizona, Kentucky, and Oklahoma to strike for an increase in education funding. SB18-264 prohibits public school teachers and teacher organizations...

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Royal baby: It’s a boy!

Royal baby: It’s a boy!

The new-born Price of Cambridge, fifth in line to the throne, was born at 11.01am weighing 8lbs 7oz and it has been announced that both mother and baby are doing well. The birth of the newest member of the royal family falls on St George’s day, a fitting birthday for...

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SOHO (No, not that one!)

SOHO (No, not that one!)

The Solar and Heliocentric Observatory (SOHO) is a satellite that keeps an eye on the Sun’s activity. It is a joint venture between NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) and is currently in its 22nd year of operation. SOHO is the longest-lived heliophysics mission still operating and has provided a...

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New tech breathes life into the combustion engine

New tech breathes life into the combustion engine

With all the talk of electric and fuel cell cars it can seem as if that infernal combustion engine is running on fumes. But there are some new technologies on the horizon that show otherwise. When we think of automotive innovation we probably don’t immediately think of Sweden unless it...

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Westminster is London’s crime capital

Westminster is London’s crime capital

Contrary to its tourist-friendly image, new research by property buyers Good Move has shown that Westminster is London’s worst borough for crime. With over one million crimes committed in London in 2017, Westminster was the largest contributor totalling 68,888 reported incidents.There are a number of causes behind this figure: anti-social...

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