How did it happen that the such a good proportion of leaders of Europe have no biological children?
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As of 2016, there are 300,000 unaccompanied child refugees and separated children globally, which is 66,000 more than in 2010 and a five-fold increase over the last seven years.
Fears have been voiced in several European countries that elections could be marred by manipulation
For his inaugural trip abroad our President has picked an unpredictable but thematically consistent itinerary. He’ll be stopping at the Vatican, then on to Israel and Saudi Arabia.
People exposed to entertainment tv are more likely to vote for populist politicians according to study
December 4 referendum on Italy’s constitutional reform is crucial test for Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
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Vote on the controversial Italian constitutional reform referendum takes place in early December
For centuries Americans have debated the usefulness of the electoral college model for electing the President
Among other aspects, the Italian Constitutional reform would boost power of the lower assembly and the PM