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2014/04/17 11:24
2014/04/17 11:24
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James the evangelist: Jimmy Carter at home in Plains, Georgia Jimmy Carter – Nobel peace laureate 2002, treaty-maker, international development expert, destroyer of diseases and bestselling author –...
2014/04/17 11:24
2014/04/17 11:24
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2014/04/16 19:07
2014/04/16 19:07
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A Belgian royal who, as director of a vast national park in eastern Congo has defended endangered mountain gorillas and other animals from poachers and the forests from illegal logging, was shot and...
2014/04/14 20:22
2014/04/14 20:22
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A group of Jewish partisans in the Rudniki forest, near Vilna, between 1942 and 1944. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum. A faded black-and-white photograph from 1943 shows Private Max Wald enjoying the...
2014/04/14 15:53
2014/04/14 15:53
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Press TV has conducted an interview with Ben Rawlence, former African researcher for HRW about Ethiopian farmer Mr. O who is suing Britain for funding human rights abuses in Ethiopia via its aid...
2014/04/14 13:30
2014/04/14 13:30
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has addressed an official memorandum to the British Foreign Office explaining the reasons of the Egyptian government decision to implement the judicial ruling...
2014/04/13 12:24
2014/04/13 12:24
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This is a moment of acute danger. The revolt in east Ukraine began last week with the forcible but unarmed seizure of government buildings in the city of Donetsk and the proclamation of a breakaway...
2014/04/09 10:31
2014/04/09 10:31
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If the abduction of two Italian priests and a Canadian nun is confirmed to have been conducted by Boko Haram, it will be the Islamist militants' third kidnapping in northern Cameroon. At...
2014/04/09 10:31
2014/04/09 10:31
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Abductions in Nigeria While these foreign kidnappings in Cameroon were the first to be claimed by Boko Haram, they were preceded by similar abductions in neighboring Nigeria. On 12 May 2011, British...
2014/04/08 01:00
2014/04/08 01:00
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For 12 years British man Shaker Aamer has been held in America's Guantanamo Bay detention centre. He is one of more than 150 inmates still inside despite promises to shut it down. The 47-year-old has...
2014/04/07 08:05
2014/04/07 08:05
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China warns US over Hong Kong electionsUpdated: 18:03, Monday April 7, 2014 Beijing has warned the United States against interfering in Hong Kong's affairs after US Vice President Joe Biden met with...
2014/04/03 03:38
2014/04/03 03:38
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Britain vows support in Iraqi elections against terror London, April 3 : Britain will support Iraq's security forces in tackling terrorism and providing a "secure" environment for the upcoming Iraqi...
2014/04/02 23:12
2014/04/02 23:12
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Foreign firms in mineral-rich West African nation halt operations and pull out staff as death toll from virus hits 83. Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has warned of an unprecedented...
2014/04/01 16:15
2014/04/01 16:15
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An old man of 90 dies and goes down to hell. As he’s wandering around, he spots a friend his age, sitting with a beautiful blonde on his knee. “Are you sure this is hell?” the first man asks. “Because...
2014/03/28 23:05
2014/03/28 23:05
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Nepal plans free SIM cards for hikersUpdated: 09:26, Friday March 28, 2014 Nepal intends to distribute free mobile SIM cards to trekkers travelling alone to remote corners of the country, to address...
2014/03/23 14:17
2014/03/23 14:17
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The guard had been escorting the lone woman back to a five-star hotel in when he is said to have pulled her into her bedroom and subjected her to the brutal assault. The alleged victim, a...
2014/03/22 01:23
2014/03/22 01:23
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Turkey's ban on Twitter ahead of bitterly contested elections brought a furious reaction at home and abroad, with users of the social networking service denouncing the move as a "digital coup" and the...
2014/03/19 14:57
2014/03/19 14:57
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A prominent Sri Lankan rights activist controversially detained by his government under anti-terror laws says he believes his arrest was partly spurred by an international push to independently...
2014/03/16 21:00
2014/03/16 21:00
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The British Foreign Office is to ‘neutrally’ examine options and risks involved in re-establishing the Chagossian community on the Indian Ocean archipelago The British government is sending experts...
2014/04/17 11:24
2014/04/17 11:24
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