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An Earthquake That Occurred in L’Aquila, Italy and How It Impacted Residents’ Lives

The L’Aquila earthquake took place on April 6, 2009. This disastrous earthquake was rated between 5.8 to 5.9 on the Richter Magnitude Scale. The center of the killer earthquake was near L’Aquila. Had seven scientists who worked for the Italian National Commission for the Forecast and Prevention of Major Risks been more forthright about the danger of potential earthquakes, perhaps fewer people would have died. The scientists were later accused of giving the wrong information to the public, having downgraded the dangers of an earthquake; thus they were accused and convicted of covering up a potential disaster. However, their conviction was overturned. This did little to restore the Italian people’s faith in their crisis management experts who served the government. To this day, there is mistrust in politicians’ desires to protect the public from natural disasters. A change is in order to restore the faith of the Italian public.

Britain and the After Effects of the Brexit Referendum

The British community is definitely divided and many are unhappy with the result of the decisive vote to leave the European Union (EU). Questions hand over the nation about whether the four main areas involved will split apart. Scotland is obviously for staying in the EU while Wales is overwhelmingly for leaving and Ireland is also split in two.

Money Buys Weapons

No matter what country one lives in weapons can be bought legally or illegally. In some countries, such as the USA, guns are available to everyone and usually with no restrictions. That makes a mockery of the government’s defence policy when those who are listed as dangerous can easily secure a weapon and shoot up a nightclub, as happened recently in Orlando, Florida.

Brexit and What We Should Learn: To Exit or Next-It?

Great Britain might not have to leave the European Union after all. Regardless of what happens, everyone in the European Union and in Great Britain can learn valuable lessons from this move to leave the EU. This article suggests that everyone should work together for peace while learning from this Brexit. Should the Britons decide they still wish to remain in the European Union, they should let Scotland and Northern Ireland speak their own minds.

Iraq War and the Aftermath

It was a huge mistake when the President of the United States decided to punish Iraq for the 9/11 attack on his country. The question is how much was such an act justified and what happens now? An Inquiry in Britain has apportioned blame on the leaders of the countries involved and that will lead to huge compensation claims.

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