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  • Georges Pompidou: French Architecture Design Center

    The video is about Georges Pompidou center. At 1969 when Georges Pompidou became the president of France he aimed to build a culture center in the downtown of Paris that contain a vast library, art museum, design center, and institute of contemporary music. Therefore, he organized an architecture competition, and for the first time in France, the outlandish architects were allowed to participate. Between six hundred and eighty-one design, this design has been choosing. This design is by the two…

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  • Syrian Refugees Crisis

    Safety is a priceless commodity. Nevertheless, Syrian migrants paying an average of 2500 euro ($2840) to be smuggled into European nations would argue otherwise. The Syrian refugee crisis continues to be an international issue as the United States and other non-European nations begin to extend asylum offers to refugees, while European nations hope the 230 million euros they have invested in researching methods to hinder illegal immigration will prove successful in combatting refugees looking to…

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  • Essay On Unfair Immigration Laws

    The debate over the rights of immigrants or refugees remains unresolved and countries seem to be increasingly hostile towards these groups of individuals. Though the issue of immigration is often debated with emphasis purely on the economic effects of immigration, I believe that often the social side of immigration is forgotten. When we debate legislation, we speak about the jobs that immigrants might take, but we never speak about the way in which an immigrant’s family unit is affected by the…

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  • Statue Of Liberty Research Paper

    given to the U.S by France in the year 1886. The entire Statue was completed in Paris between 1881 and 1884, with the help of tons of workers working ten hour days, seven days a week for nine years. It was completed in 1885, disassembled into 350 pieces, and then…

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  • Essay On Halloween Contacts Lenses

    Special Effects of Halloween contacts lenses On Halloween, the party and holiday lovers dress up with some unique costumes. They try their best to look the best and for this, they spend lots of money on their dresses. However, when they ready for the occasion, something is always missing due to which they are not able to look perfect in their costumes. What may be the missing thing? The answer is very simple; they are the eyes which don’t match the dress. Due to the eyes the beauty of your dress…

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  • How Was Napoleon Guilty Of Crimes Against Humanity?

    as a power hungry dictator nor should he be accused of crimes against Humanity. Reason being is that Napoleon Bonaparte has proven time and time again that his best interest was for the people of France. This is shown by his many reforms which helped abolished inequality amongst social classes in France, spreading enlightenment ideas throughout Europe, and his military genius, losing only two battles during his unification of Europe. These are all qualities of a good leader and only further…

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  • The Causes Of The 2015 European Migrant Crisis

    1. The 2015 European Migrant Crisis Must End It is seen everywhere. On the television, in the newspapers, on the front page of the Yahoo! website. The European migrant crisis of 2014-2015 is one of the biggest events of our time, and there is no avoiding it for anyone. The rapid anthropomorphic inundation has wreaked serious havoc on the countries that are having to accept them and as the year 2015 begins to close, two things are becoming clear: the anthropoid flow is not stopping anytime soon,…

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  • Immigration In The United States

    The United States has always been the land of immigrants. Immigration in the United States has an extensive history old immigrants have gone, and new immigrants have appeared. Ever since the establishment of the United States, immigration laws have been put in place, reformed, and dismantled. To immigrate to the land of freedom and opportunities has become a dream for millions of immigrants every year from all walks of life. The staggering numbers of immigrants migrating into the U.S every year…

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  • Economic Impact Of The Olympic Games

    Hosting the Olympic games for any country is an extremely daunting task, but many have chosen to take it on in hopes of stimulating their economy and creating infrastructure to benefit their people. However, the Olympics has in many instances proven to have negative economic impacts on hosting countries and cities. Recognizing this impact, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has recommended in their Olympic Agenda 2020 that they would be, “inviting potential candidate cities to present an…

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  • In-State Immigration Reform

    While immigration is a necessary function for both the country and people wanting to immigrate, the issue needs to be approached with the country’s interest, capacity, and political climate in mind. Often it seems as though the issue comes down to the humanity of the situation. Often times immigrants come over talking about a new chance for themselves and their dream of that country. This plays at the heartstrings of the public and often tips the favor of immigration and immigration reform to…

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