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US politician Bernie Sanders, Prince Charles and Charlotte Church may have little in common, but we recently discovered that they agree on one thing. All three recently suggested there is evidence that climate change partly caused the civil war in Syria. If we want to end violence, should we get serious about tackling climate change?


Does Climate Change Cause Violent Conflict?

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Funny Money
 

Chancellor George Osborne outlined changes to benefits and welfare in his autumn statement. The UK economy has been doing better than expected in the past few months so the Chancellor did not make expected cuts to tax credits.

 

Police budgets were also protected from cuts as was the NHS. Yet this means nothing if people have nowhere to live. The UK currently has a bit of a housing crisis so £2.3 billion will be given to property developers to build 400,000 new homes.

 
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Mali Attacks
 

Twenty-seven bodies were found in the Radisson Blu hotel, after a hostage situation took place in Mali, West Africa? Who is Al-Mourabitoun, the group who took responsibility for the attacks? What does this have to do with a civil war in the neighbouring country of Algeria?


Here’s everything you need to know to understand the Mali Attacks.

Turkey vs. Russia in the fight for airspace

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No Fly Zone
Russia is raging after Turkey shot down a Russian aircraft. The Turks claim the plane had intruded on Turkish national airspace… apparently for around 17 seconds. Why is everyone so tense about airspace?


Is it OK to Shoot Airplanes Intruding Into Our National Airspace?

 

Next Week: Lots of world leaders all in one place. World leaders meet in Paris to sort out Climate Change once and for all. What is Climate Change? What causes it? How is this conference going to help? We enlisted environment expert and TEDx speaker David Saddington to answer your questions;

 

Making the Boring, Not Boring: The Paris Climate Conference

 
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