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7 Feb 2016 05:59 PM EST

North Korea's successful rocket launch this morning raises the stakes for peace negotiators. The launch is a source of pride for many North Koreans even though the state cannot satisfy basic needs like electricity for its residents. The United Nations holds an emergency meeting over what North Korea called a satellite launch on the heels of its January nuclear detonation. China holds real influence over its souther neighbor, but has refused to use it. It may not want to stir up trouble in its population, which has a million ethnic Koreans bordering North Korea. China's relation with North Korea may also benefits its expansion in the South China Sea.

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7 February, 2016
North Korea Launch May Be Ready by Super Bowl Sunday: US Officials

New satellite images at a North Korean rocket launch site appears to show the country preparing for a rocket launch. A U.S government officials signaled that a launch could occur as early as Monday. North Korea has told U.N. agencies it will launch a rocket carrying what it called an earth... Read more

7 February, 2016
Film Explosion Of London Bus Frightens Residents

Central London City officials Sunday reassured the public that an exploding bus was a movie stunt for a film. "The Foreigner" starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan is filming in Central London. The sight of the bus in flames and the twisted wreckage afterward caused consternation on Twitter... Read more

7 February, 2016
Europe Pleads With Turkey to Open Border for Syrians

The European Union has urged Turkey to open its borders to tens of thousands of Syrians fleeing Russian bombs and pro-government forces laying siege to the city of Aleppo. With the help of Russian airstrikes, forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad have made territorial gains over the past... Read more

7 February, 2016
Thousands Gather In Anti-Immigration Protests In Europe

On Saturday, thousands of people gathered in cities around the world to protest against Islam and immigration. Protests happened in Britain, France, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Netherlands, and Australia. One of the biggest rallies was in Dresden, Germany, where over 15,000 gathered for a group... Read more

7 February, 2016
Schools Reopened In War Ravaged Syria

Kesh Malek, an activist group in Syria, has created seven schools in the districts of Aleppo. All in all, the schools have 110 teachers and 3,000 students. An executive direct of Kesh Malek, Marcell Shehwaro, states “when working on education you feel how important it is that there is another... Read more

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