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Pants No Longer Technically Illegal For Women in Paris

  Women with a love of trousers can breathe a sigh of relief this week after the French National Assembly revoked a decree making it illegal for women to wear
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United Kingdom Debates Stricter Abortion Time Limits

  Women's Minister Maria Miller created a controversy by talking about changing the UK's laws on abortion.  However, Health Minister Anna Soubry says that Miller's comments will not have any
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Russia Places $50 Billion Bet on 2014 Olympics

  Perched above the Black Sea city of Sochi sits one of Russia’s richest men. Vladimir Potanin, one of the world’s largest metals players, is spending billions of roubles to
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Bold New Law: Students in the United Kingdom Required to Study Personal Finance

  The United Kingdom made it all but official: personal finance education will be ruled as mandatory throughout the nation’s
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Woman Wins $18,000 In Aussie Sex Harassment Case

While her original complaint asked for as much as $450,000 in damages, an Australian federal court ruled last week that
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Omar Hammami Added to Most Wanted Terrorists List

On November 14, 2012, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced that Omar Shafik Hammami was added to the Most
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What you must know about Human Rights Violations

What are Human Rights?Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms given to all people of the world; human rights
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Everything you need to know about International Studies

What is International Studies? International studies typically refer to a specific University Degree and course which are tied-into the study
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Universal Declaration of Human Rights

What is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a formal declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10th of 1948. The
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