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After the devastating typhoon in which Philippines have been strucked with,many people were left homeless without food not shelter.Many people are unable to obtain drinkable water due to its shortages.Many illnesses such ascholera,hepatitis,malaria,dengue fever and typhoid fever can be found in many victims today.Although many doctors and nurses are on scene, The amount of victims that were hit from the typhoon surpase the numbers of doctors therefore many death a occuring from the lack of doctors.Researchers have found out a new parasitic disease which is an epidemic could surge out any mo

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        In this article posted by The Guardian on November 6th 2013, there are plantations of Palm Oil trees and the companies running them are destroying the tropical forests, the wildlife, and not respecting human rights.

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        In this article posted by The Guardian on October 26th, 2013 speaks about women in Saudi Arabia protesting the ban on women not being allowed to drive. More than 60 women have been driving their cars in Saudi Arabia to protest the ban of women not allowed to drive. Aziza Youssef (a campaigner for the cause) has received videos and phone messages from women proving they are and claiming they are driving in protest.

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The article of BBC news posted on October 3rd, 2013 is abut the unsafely conditions of work of the citizens living in Bangladesh. In fact, many reports had been done about many fires that happened inmany factories. The last occurred in a clothing factory; only nine bodies on 1000 have been found and recognized. Last November, 112 workers were killed in a fire; 2,500 people were injured in another catastrophe in the Ashulia. The principal cause of these terrible situations is the lack of safety machines that is used in these factories, and had been standardized very poor.

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The article written by the BBC News, South Asia correspondent Andrew North, describes the disastrous situation that cyclists and pedestrians are facing in India. In fact, at least three of them pass-away on the streets of the major city of New Delhi on a daily basis. They represent more than 50 percent of all the road deaths in this urban center. Likewise, this issue is also common in other Indian metropolises, such as Mumbai.

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        The article posted by the Guardian on October 18th 2013 speaks about the North Korean ship that attempted to smuggle Cuban weapons back to North Korea. This ship was detained in Panama, suspected of carrying drugs only to discover that underneath 10,000 tons of sugar was “military-style arms.” These arms included two MiG jets, 15 MiG engines and nine anti-aircraft missiles. The weapons future is likely to be sold or given away to other nations.

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In the article on BBC News written by Nina Lakhani, the situation of abortion that El Salvador is facing is exposed. It is said that women have the obligation to keep a baby if pregnant, and therefore abortion is illegal. Not only it is illegal but the women who are denouced are accused of murder of their child, and a case of miscarrying is therefore considered suspicious. Women who are denouced are sent to women's prison where they face their sentence for years. Even if a women is pregant by the result of a rape, abortion is not accepted.

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  In the article “Central America drug gang violence at ‘alarming level’ ” it reveals that Central America is stuck with a huge problem; drug. Since a couple a years, there is a significant increase in drug-related violence and in criminal activities.  Central America is now a transit land where drug dealers establish their gang to produce and sell drugs.  Why?

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     With the Greek economy at an all time low for the country in modern history, Greek students emerging into the Greek job market are going into the worst job market in Europe.  The BBC post on the 29th of May 2013 says that at 64.2% youth unemployment in Greece (between the ages of 16-25 is being called the “crisis generation”) is the cause of much concern for young Greeks in search for a job.

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 In the news article “UK is Europe’s addiction capital” the author demonstrates many examples and opinions from various organizations on what the government should be doing in regards to the rise of drug addiction and alcoholism within its country. According to Iain Duncan smith a member of the social justice department the Uk has been reported to be the addiction capital of Europe costing them over £36bn in funds per year. The main issue is that these “drugs” are products that can be found around the household such as bath salts or research chemicals.

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The article “Facing Fury Over Antigay Law, Stoli Says ‘Russian? Not Really’” By Andrew Higgins of the New York times posted on September 7th, 2013 discusses the social issue that is discrimination (Homophobia in particular) in Russia today. This summer, a large number of Americans were outraged with the way Russia was supporting homophobia and the way which they were treating their citizens that are of a minority. Americans therefore decided they would boycott Stolichnaya vodka which they believe to be a Russian brand of Vodka.

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