Where is the Best Country in Europe to Get a Job?

 That is easier to get a job in some European countries than others. Lead the way when it comes to job prospects due to a host of economic factors. These countries have some major advantages including the quality of the workforce, labour market policies and an environment where the economy supports rapid job growth. 10. Netherland Read More »

The Best Countries That Give Citizenship By Birth

 Birth tourism is simple: have a child in a country that provide benefits to all children born there and give your child the passport you could never have. In many cases, parents of such children enjoy a faster naturalization timeline, as well. Today, the United States and Canada are the only “developed countries” that offer unconditional citizenship to children born ... Read More »

The 12 Most Expensive Presidential Planes in the World

 For a cool $50 million, Vladimir Putin can jet-set around the world in his Ilyushin IL-96-300. It’s got four Aviadvigatel PS-90 two-shaft turbofan engines and is lauded as the first wide body airliner in the Soviet Union. The highest quality navigation and satellite systems keep the Russian President safe and sound, while 262 seats accommodate other leaders in the global ... Read More »

The 10 Most Beautiful First Ladies in the World

Dominique Ouattara is the first lady of Ivory Coast and is definitely one of the most beautiful first ladies not just in Africa, but in the whole world. This beauty was born in Constantine, in French Algeria in 1953, but she later moved with her family to Ivory Coast in 1975. Dominique was married to the late Jean Folloroux, who ... Read More »

The unseen pictures of 1953 coup d’état

The 1953 coup d’état, known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup, was the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran Mohammad Mosaddegh on 19 August 1953, orchestrated by the United Kingdom (under the name “Operation Boot”) and the United States Mossadegh had sought to audit the books of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC), a British corporation (now ... Read More »

Obama Ate a Bear’s Leftover Salmon in Alaska

President Barack Obama takes the Alaskan wild with survival expert Bear Grylls. released an exclusive clip of POTUS trekking the woods and eating a salmon as part of their wild adventure.Shot during his three-day visit to Alaska, President Obama joined Grylls in an exciting experience of his life. “This has got to be one of the best days of my ... Read More »

The unsight pictures of homeland occupation in 1945

The Anglo-Soviet Invasion of homeland was the invasion of the Empire of Iran during World War II by Soviet, British and other Commonwealth armed forces. The invasion lasted from 25 August to 17 September 1941, and was codenamed Operation Countenance. The purpose was to secure homeland oil fields and ensure Allied supply lines (see Persian Corridor) for the Soviets fighting against Axis ... Read More »

The Persian Politican in The World

   Mazyar Keshvari (born March 5, 1981) is an Iranian-Norwegian politician for the Progress Party from the city of Oslo.Since 2005, Keshvari has been serving as a deputy representative from Oslo to the Parliament of Norway. He was re-elected to a second four-year term running to 2013. Apart from politics he sits on the board of directors at the Sunnaas ... Read More »

Obama starts two-day Kenya Visit

President Obama’s Air Force One touched down at Nairobi’s international airport. Arriving in the country where his father was born, he was greeted at the airport by President Kenyatta with a handshake and embrace. According to BBC Mr Obama also hugged his half-sister Auma, who then travelled in the presidential limousine to the hotel where the US leader is staying. ... Read More »

The World’s Most Powerful People In 2015

 The feisty U.K. Prime Minister had quite a year in 2014. He almost lost Scotland in a referendum vote on independence in September. The normally mild-mannered PM urged the British Parliament to approve airstrikes against what he called the “psychopathic terrorists,” of ISIS. He risked a falling out with China by publicly backing the pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The ... Read More »