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Is the EU summit set for success?

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By Jago Kosolosky Heads of state and governments of the European Union member states gather today (June 27th, 2013) and tomorrow in Brussels for a EU summit which is said to focus on economic policy. However, much more is at stake at the gathering that unfortunately might end with a whimper instead of a bang. […]

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Taksim Terror


By Jago Kosolosky Since May 28 Turkish citizens have been protesting the demolition of Taksim Gezi Park. The Erdogan-run AKP government is planning to build a large shopping mall housed in replica Ottoman-era army barracks on the scene. The Gezi Park protests are quickly evolving into something much bigger and the genie seems to have […]

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Meet Amelia Andersdotter: the youngest member of the European Parliament who is tackling how we organize our digital society

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By Jago Kosolosky and Pieter Van Nuffel This interview was previously published online at Schamper (http://www.schamper.ugent.be/2013-online/in-de-sofa-met-amelia-andersdotter), the student magazine of Ghent University in Belgium. The interview was conducted in cooperation with Vermeylenfonds, a Flemish socio-cultural organization (http://www.vermeylenfonds.be/). ________________________________________________ Amelia Andersdotter (25), you are the youngest member of the European Parliament. What is the message you […]

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Hitchcock biopic sadly underwhelms

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By Jago Kosolosky  You probably have never heard of Sacha Gervasi, the director of Hitchcock. The most interesting thing that can be said about the man is the fact that he once was the drummer for the rockband, Bush. Besides The Terminal, a movie that was saved from oblivion by Tom Hanks, Gervasi’s record is […]

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What do American college students have to say about politics in their country?

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By Jago Kosolosky January 21 saw the inauguration of Barack Obama. For #4moreyears Barack Hussein Obama II will lead the United States of America. This made World News Today wonder: What do American youngsters have to say about the campaign and their president?  College students from all over the country, that studied in the political capital […]

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The tolerated atheist


Religion in the US It should surprise no one that religion across the Atlantic isn’t quite the same in comparison with Europe. Being confronted with it as an exchange student in Washington, D.C. is nothing but eye opening… My name is Jago Kosolosky and I am an atheist. I uphold the doctrine that our life […]

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What’s next for Obama and America?

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World News Today reporter Jago Kosolosky, in Washington D.C., looks at what we can expect from Barack Obama’s second term as President of the United States of America. Two in a row Let it be clear that Obama’s re-election will have effects both inside and outside of the country. Internally, especially in equality, a more progressive […]

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Invisible poverty in America

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By Jago Kosolosky, Washington D.C. Poverty in the US is something which I have to face on a daily basis whilst living in the capital of the land of the free and the home of the brave. What strikes me the most when walking around D.C is the stark contrast between the poor Eastern, mostly […]

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Meet The Writers


Click on the writers name to view their catalogue of work Simon Farnsworth: Editor of World News Today. Contact the editor on Linkedin. Naila Missous is currently studying at the University of Manchester. Naila covers the Middle East and Africa for WNT while also challenging commonly held views that Western culture hold over Muslims and Arab nations. Alex Jones is a freelance journalist […]

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