April 2015

New Anti-Piracy Firm Launched By Two War Veterans

San Diego, U.S.A. – Skye Maritime, a new firm offering security and anti-piracy solutions for clients operating in war risk regions at sea, is beginning operations this month. The company, launched by two U.S. Armed Forces veterans, provides a specialized… Continue Reading →

War of Words Between US and Iran Over Strait of Hormuz

Tensions between US and Iran escalated recently when Iran threatened to block a vital sea route mainly used for oil transit. Iran′s navy chief Admiral Habibollah Sayari recently warned that shutting the Strait of Hormuz to oil traffic would be “easier… Continue Reading →

NBA Season Hangs in the Balance, Owners and Players Butt Heads

After yet another futile attempt by both the owners and players unions to come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement, the remainder of the NBA Preseason has been canceled, and, barring any miraculous agreement on Monday, the first… Continue Reading →

Scientists Urge Agreement to Regulate Fishing in Arctic Ocean

Montreal, Canada – More than 2,000 scientists from 67 countries urged Arctic leaders, in an open letter released on April 22 by the Pew Environment Group, to develop an international fisheries accord that would protect the unregulated waters of the Central… Continue Reading →

Rebuilding Together Baltimore, Shell Deliver Home Renovation to Homeowner

Rebuilding Together Baltimore, an affiliate of Rebuilding Together, is partnering with national sponsor Shell to promote energy efficiency in the home by delivering critical home renovations for local homeowner, Ms. Johnson. Rebuilding Together Baltimore will work with 25 volunteers to… Continue Reading →

Pittsburgh Steelers: Week 2 Takeaways

The Pittsburgh Steelers are now enduring their worst start to a season since Head Coach Mike Tomlin took over, after they fell to 0-2, following a 20-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night. There were positives to take… Continue Reading →

World’s Oldest Ford Joins Henry Ford’s 150th Celebration

Dearborn, U.S.A. – A key part of Ford Motor Company’s heritage returns home as a Model A built in 1903 is again with the Ford family, kicking off the yearlong celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of company founder Henry… Continue Reading →

‘The Legend of Korra’ Episode 10 Review

Nickelodeon′s €˜The Legend of Korra′, sequel series to the hit show €˜Avatar: The Last Airbender′, continued Saturday, June 16, 2012 with its tenth episode, €œTurning the Tides.€ Spoiler alert! Seventy years after Aang and his friends defeated Fire Lord Ozai,… Continue Reading →

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 swoops to PC

Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH has announced that it will release a Windows PC version of its stunning Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 alongside the versions for PlayStation3 computer entertainment system and the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from… Continue Reading →

Egypt’s President Morsi Overthrown: Military Coup or People′s Coup?

On June 3, the Egyptian army overthrow the first freely elected president of the country, Mohamed Morsi. They did so in unity with representatives of several different groups within Egyptian society: the Grand Imam from Al Azhar, the Pope of… Continue Reading →

Divorce Calculator Becomes a Success in China

A British calculator that estimates the financial costs of a divorce has become a great phenomenon in China. As a consequence, several Asian couples have begun to reconsider if it′s worth it break up with their partners or not. The… Continue Reading →

Magic Snap Two Game Losing Streak With 103-93 Win Over Suns

After back-to-back losses to the best two teams the East has to offer €“ the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls €“ the Orlando Magic got off the snide in a convincing fashion on Wednesday night with a 103-93 home victory… Continue Reading →

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