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2015/07/29 11:38
2015/07/29 11:38
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... years: 1,303 death sentences, 3 executions (Special to ) However, only three convicts were executed over this period, one each in West Bengal (2004), Maharashtra (2012) and Delhi (2013). India saw...
2015/07/29 11:38
2015/07/29 11:38
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2015/07/26 12:43
2015/07/26 12:43
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The Anglican Church in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province has awarded its Order of the Holy Nativity to the head of a shack-dwellers' movement for being a "beacon of dignity and hope" – writes...
2015/07/23 19:50
2015/07/23 19:50
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Ian McCafferty, Monetary Policy Committee member of the Bank of England speaks during a Reuters interview at the Bank of England in London February 24, 2014. LONDON Bank of England policymaker Ian...
2015/07/23 11:27
2015/07/23 11:27
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Pakistan, India diplomacy just for cosmetic effect: Daily Whatever diplomacy takes place between Pakistan and India appears to be designed simply for "cosmetic effect", said a daily on Thursday. An...
2015/07/22 22:27
2015/07/22 22:27
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Whittingdale is also close to the court of Rupert Murdoch. As chairman of the Culture, Media and Sport backbench committee, he would mingle with News International henchmen to an extent that raised...
2015/07/21 06:38
2015/07/21 06:38
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Pakistan's economy long way from recovery: Daily Pakistan's domestic investment is in a grim state, said a daily Tuesday, noting that the country's economy is "a long way away from recovery". An...
2015/07/17 09:43
2015/07/17 09:43
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Foreign armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo must leave if the country is to lift itself from its current quagmire, a church leader in the mineral-rich central African nation has said -...
2015/07/17 07:10
2015/07/17 07:10
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News hangs journo out to dry. According to UK media reports, a London judge has blasted News International, News Corp’s UK subsidiary, for refusing to pay the costs of a former Sun journalist who was...
2015/07/15 10:27
2015/07/15 10:27
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Much rhetoric in Pakistan, India talks: Daily So far there seems to be "much rhetoric and little substance" following the talks between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra...
2015/07/15 08:53
2015/07/15 08:53
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Liverpool-born MP Andy Burnham has suggested that Tony Blair did not order a full enquiry into the Hillsborough disaster because he did not want to offend Rupert Murdoch. Mr Burnham, a Labour leader...
2015/07/13 17:45
2015/07/13 17:45
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MONDAY MARKET CLOSE: Shares buoyed after Greek breakthrough Stocks climbed higher after Greece reached agreement with its European creditors on a new rescue deal to avoid an exit from the single...
2015/07/13 13:10
2015/07/13 13:10
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KICKABOUT: Remorseless rapist Ched Evans enjoys a 7-a-side match with mates [THE SUN/News International] Evans, 26, is trying to reignite his professional career after being imprisoned for a sex...
2015/07/12 16:19
2015/07/12 16:19
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Negotiators at the Iran nuclear talks plan to announce Monday that they've reached a historic deal capping nearly a decade of diplomacy that would curb the country's atomic program in return for...
2015/07/12 12:32
2015/07/12 12:32
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Speaking to BBC Sunday Politics North West, Burnham said that: “I don’t do special favours for newspapers that attack me and attack my party.” He said instead that “I give interviews generally and...
2015/07/08 21:24
2015/07/08 21:24
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A 21-MAN crew that docked in Gladstone Harbour hadn't been paid for two months and was living off $3.40 a day for two weeks, according to a workers' union. The men, from the Philippines, were...
2015/07/07 18:09
2015/07/07 18:09
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However Lord Patten told BBC Radio 4's the World at One: "It is objectionable. It is objectionable in principle that the licence fee payers are never consulted. It's not the Government's BBC, it's the...
2015/07/07 08:24
2015/07/07 08:24
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Retained firefighter Paul Dadge was snapped with his arms wrapped around badly injured Davinia Turrell, clutching a burns mask to her face, outside Edgware Road tube station in the wake of the 7/7...
2015/07/07 00:51
2015/07/07 00:51
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To cut the number of people becoming radicalised online, Europol recently set up a unit to monitor and take down jihadi propaganda. In just three years the UK has shut down 60,000 websites, sometimes...
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2015/07/06 18:42
2015/07/06 18:42
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GQ magazine could face a fine for possible contempt of court in its coverage of the News of the World phone-hacking trial last year. The attorney general has told the lord chief justice that he...
2015/07/04 17:53
2015/07/04 17:53
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LONDON bombings hero Paul Dadge and former BBC Midlands Today presenter David Davies have both settled damages claims over the News of the World phone-hacking scandal, the High Court heard. The pair...
2015/07/29 11:38
2015/07/29 11:38
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