Monthly Archives: November 2018

MET Police: Celebrating 100 years of women in the police force

Met look into all the women who shaped the police force as it been 100 years since they’ve changed the game. 100 years on from the first female officers, today we have over 8,000 women who are given valuable roles around the forces to keep us safe. The Met highlights the fact that all women are now able to do the exact

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Migrants in Mexico faced tear gas.

A group of  migrants in Mexico who were trying to reach the American border were stopped with tear gas as they tried to reach America. The migrants who are mainly from Central America were fleeing from threat of  violence in their own home country. Trump has vowed to investigate each migrant who are in the process of  entering America while the  court  decide their cases though

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England cricketers secure test-match whitewash.

Already leading the series against Sri Lanka 2-0, England sealed victory in the 3rd test on Monday morning. England won the match by 42 runs in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Ben Foakes won the man of the series award. This victory marks only the third time in history that England have won 3 out of 3 test matches in a series. England completed a remarkable and historic

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Facebook documents seized by Parliament

Series of Facebook documents have been seized by the UK parliament following the Cambridge Analytica scandal investigation.  The UK parliament have recently exercised their power by confiscating a series of Facebook document that is suspected to have infringed on privacy of  over 50 million Facebook users and leaking their private information. According to the Observer these documents mainly consisted of information

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We will return the African Artifacts

The French President ‘Emmanuel Macron’ has agreed to return African artifacts back to Africa, “Without delay”, 26 African artworks claimed by Benin, according to the president’s office. President Macron decided on Friday 23rd November that the artifacts would be returned back to the countries of its origin starting with Benin. After receiving a report from French art historian, Benedicte Savoy, and

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