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2014/11/26 04:38
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In a move to curb the dominance of the search giant, the European Parliament is poised to call for a break-up of Google, the Financial Times reported. In a vote expected Thursday, the European...
2014/11/26 04:38
2014/11/26 04:38
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2014/11/26 04:14
2014/11/26 04:14
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As an American Anglophile who lived in London in 1995 and in Edinburgh ten years later, I was greatly dismayed to witness how much the U.K. has changed for the worse during my recent trip to London...
2014/11/25 23:41
2014/11/25 23:41
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Stephan Schmidheiny — a Swiss billionaire whose 1996 honorary degree from Yale, and the University’s refusal to rescind the degree after Schmidheiny was convicted for thousands of asbestos-related...
2014/11/25 22:27
2014/11/25 22:27
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Education, parish programs aim to address issues of justice, race ST. LOUIS (CNS) -- St. Frances Cabrini Academy students are from all economic levels, ethnic backgrounds and faith traditions. Because...
2014/11/25 17:10
2014/11/25 17:10
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Files relating to official requests for media blackouts in the early 1980s were destroyed. D-notices were warnings not to publish intelligence that might damage national security. Two newspaper...
2014/11/25 16:27
2014/11/25 16:27
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Catholic News Service STRASBOURG, France (CNS) -- The project of European unity and cooperation, ensuring peace on the continent and helping others find peace as well, requires a real commitment to...
2014/11/25 16:13
2014/11/25 16:13
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EU auditors say budget should obtain better value November 25, 2014 11:43 pm RUSSELS, Nov. 25 — European court of Auditors (ECA) said on Tuesday in a review that actors dealing with EU budget should...
2014/11/25 14:48
2014/11/25 14:48
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A European deal to share airline travellers’ personal information with Canada could be chucked out after MEPs asked the ECJ to intervene. On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted by 383 to 271 to...
2014/11/25 13:36
2014/11/25 13:36
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BBC News - Yoan Delorme custody fight: French dad loses battle For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Yoan Delorme has vowed to take the case...
2014/11/25 12:18
2014/11/25 12:18
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Carney: Bonus cap encourages banker pay hikes The European Union’s proposal to cap bankers’ bonuses is pushing up fixed salaries, Mark Carney has said. Last week, the Chancellor abandoned his legal...
2014/11/25 10:27
2014/11/25 10:27
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2014/11/25 07:18
2014/11/25 07:18
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LONDON - Google Inc said on Monday it had reached a settlement with a British businessman over defamatory postings in its search results describing him as a pedophile, a murderer and a...
2014/11/24 20:09
2014/11/24 20:09
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Yet if the ECB fails to deliver on hints that it will expand its balance sheet by €1 trillion, the damage would be so enormous that Europe would be sucked into a depressionary vortex, according to the...
2014/11/24 16:55
2014/11/24 16:55
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EU blasted after forced build of £1.3million fish ladder is used by just THREE fish a day THE EU has come under renewed attack after forcing locals to build a £1.3million fish ladder - which has been...
2014/11/24 16:38
2014/11/24 16:38
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When Pope Francis arrives at the European Parliament, the legislative branch of the European Union, in Strasbourg, France, on Tuesday, he'll be entering a place where the hopes and fears, passions and...
2014/11/24 16:09
2014/11/24 16:09
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... have to recognise that we are an open trading country and we do need to bring in skilled people. “But it is always a question of balance. There are only two [MPs who have defected]. It would be...
2014/11/24 15:47
2014/11/24 15:47
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Government 'very seriously' considering court case against Britain | Irish Examiner Government 'very seriously' considering court case against Britain Monday, November 24, 2014 - 03:21 PM The...
2014/11/24 15:09
2014/11/24 15:09
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No suicide note was found, but the couple appeared to be determined to end their lives, hospital staff said. They were both admitted to the same hospital a fortnight ago after a failed suicide...
2014/11/24 14:37
2014/11/24 14:37
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But as the IRA once boasted, the terrorists “only have to be lucky once.” And last year, Drummer Lee Rigby was murdered in broad daylight by Islamist extremists in London, while Mohammed Saleem, an...
2014/11/24 13:42
2014/11/24 13:42
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A widely anticipated report by the Senate intelligence committee into torture committed by the Central Intelligence Agency has a hole at the center of its story: the men the CIA tortured. Lawyers for...
2014/11/26 04:38
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