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  2. Fake news - Wikipedia

    Fake news is false or misleading information presented as news. The term is a neologism (a new or re-purposed expression that is entering the language, driven by culture or technology changes). Fake news, or fake news websites, have no basis in fact, but are presented as being factually accurate.

  3. Beer in Finland - Wikipedia

    percentage by volume sold in restaurants sold in stores notes I beer 0.0% - 2.8% yes yes does not require a license II beer 2.8% – 3.7% yes

  4. International Financial Reporting Standards - Wikipedia

    Economics Working Papers 975, Department of Economics and Business, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Available at SSRN 1002516. External links. IFRS Foundation; International Accounting Standards Board. The International Accounting Standards Board – (Archive) Free access to all IFRS standards, news and status of projects in progress

  5. Nuclear power in South Korea - Wikipedia

    The APR-1400 is designed, engineered, built and operated to meet the latest international regulatory requirements concerning safety, including those for aircraft impact resistance. South Korea has also developed KSTAR (a.k.a. Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research), an advanced superconducting tokamak fusion research device.

  6. United States presidential eligibility legislation - Wikipedia

    Legislation introduced in March 2011 would have required presidential candidates to present their birth certificates when filing their nomination papers; the proposed enactment date was changed to 2013 and thus would not have affected the 2012 presidential elections. The proposed legislation was not voted out of committee.

  7. Islam in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Wikipedia

    According to the latest census, openly-declared atheists make up 0.79% of Bosnia's population. [18] In a 1998 public opinion poll, 78.3% of Bosniaks in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina declared themselves to be religious.

  8. Prespa agreement - Wikipedia

    Name of the agreement. The Prespa agreement is the short, informal name for the agreement, named after the place where it was signed, Lake Prespa.Its full name is Final Agreement for the settlement of the differences as described in the United Nations Security Council resolutions 817 (1993) and 845 (1993), the termination of the Interim Accord of 1995, and the establishment of a strategic ...

  9. Immigration to the United States - Wikipedia

    Nearly 8 million people immigrated to the United States from 2000 to 2005; 3.7 million of them entered without papers. [54] [55] In 1986 president Ronald Reagan signed immigration reform that gave amnesty to 3 million undocumented immigrants in the country. [56]