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Guests start arriving for Mandela's memorial service

Source: Politics Balla | Dec 9 2013, 8:44am CST | by IANS

Johannesburg, Dec 9 (IANS) A large number of high profile guests have started arriving here to attend events commemorating former South African president Nelson Mandela, the government said Monday.
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France Defies U.S., Says It Will Deliver Warship To Russia

Jul 23 2014 9:04am CDT | Source: Big Government

French President Francois Hollande Receives Herman Van Rumpuy, EU Council President  At Palais de l' Elysee
On July 22 French President Francois Hollande defied Britain and the U.S., saying his country will "deliver a helicopter carrier to Russia" in October. His announcement came on the eve of discussions of "sanctions on Moscow over the downing of...[the Malaysian] civilian airliner over Ukraine." According to the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Hollande made the announcement "only hours" after Prime Minister David Cameron described fulfilling ...
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Drug and Human Traffickers Prospering Under EU Free Movement Laws

Jul 23 2014 7:37am CDT | Source: Big Government

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The free movement of people within the European Union is "extensively exploited by organised criminals to bring illicit commodities including drugs, human trafficking victims, illegal immigrants and counterfeit goods to Britain," according to a government report. Spain, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands are key entry and distribution hubs for drugs and other illicit goods before they reach the UK. E ...
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Nigeria's abducted girls not forgotten: UN chief
United Nations, July 24 (IANS) UN Secretary General Ban Ki- moon Wednesday voiced his full support for the worldwide vigils to mark 100 days since the abduction of schoolgirls in Nigeria by Boko Haram terrorists, noting the girls are not forgotten. | by IANS
 
Colombian military kills 13 rebels
Bogota, July 24 (IANS) Colombia's ministry of defence said Wednesday the armed forces killed 13 Leftist rebels and captured eight in two separate operations. | by IANS
 
Kerry wraps up Israel visit, no sign of breakthrough
Jerusalem, July 24 (IANS) US Secretary of State John Kerry left Israel late Wednesday after a day-long visit during which he tried to broker a ceasefire agreement to end the ongoing fighting between Israel and Hamas. | by IANS
 
 

Tories Refuse To Hand Back £160k Russian Donation

Jul 23 2014 5:44am CDT | Source: Big Government

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Conservatives are refusing to give back a £160k donation from a Russian oligarch with links to the Kremlin, according to the Sun. The money was paid by the wife of Vladimir Putin’s former deputy finance minister for a special tennis match with David Cameron and Boris Johnson. Lubov Chernukhin, who is married to billionaire oligarch Vladimir Chernukhin, won the prize during an auction at the Conservatives Summer party two weeks ago. Party goers were charged up to ...
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137,000 Victims of Female Genital Mutilation in Britain

Jul 22 2014 11:42am CDT | Source: Big Government

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Nearly 140,000 women in Britain are believed to be living with the consequences of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), a practice that involves cutting, or in some cases total removal of, a woman’s genitalia. According to a report by City University London and Equality Now, up to 137,000 women in England and Wales could be living with the after-effects of the practice, despite it being illegal in Britain. Of those, about 10,000 are under 15 years of age and 50,000 are ...
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Jail Gays And Adulterers Says Islamic Trojan Horse Plotter

Jul 22 2014 8:22am CDT | Source: Big Government

A school chief accused of being behind the 'Trojan Horse' plot to push radical Islam in the British education system has been exposed as a racist and sexist bigot. Secret recordings of Shalid Akmal made by an undercover Daily Mirror journalist show him expressing a wide range of unsavoury views about British life, and white people. He told the undercover journalist that "white women have the least amount of morals", white children ...
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Minister Ordered Rewrite Of Critical Report On EU Benefits Tourism

Jul 22 2014 6:44am CDT | Source: Big Government

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Britain's Pro-EU Business Secretary, Vince Cable, is under fire for ordering the rewriting of a Whitehall report that is critical of benefits tourism and European migration, according to the Daily Mail. The report, which was published today, was due to come out earlier this year but publication was delayed by senior Liberal Democrats who feared it was too anti-EU. Despite the major rewrite it still makes ...
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Student Escapes MH17 Death After Last Minute Flight Change

Jul 22 2014 5:18am CDT | Source: Big Government

A 20-year-old Australian student narrowly escaped dying on the doomed Malaysian Airways flight MH17, after she changed her travel plans at the last minute. Bec McDonald from Geelong in Victoria was due to fly home on the plane, but just days before take-off her brother found her a cheaper alternative. She initially flew home via London to save money, but ultimately it saved her life as well. Miss McDonald only found out how close sh ...
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Commons Speaker John Bercow Strengthens His Position Despite Disastrous 12 Months

Jul 22 2014 2:45am CDT | Source: Big Government

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John Bercow has had a rather difficult year. Twelve months ago, the Speaker of the House of Commons suffered public humiliation at the hands of Conservative MPs, who passed to the press physical evidence of so-called "Bollocked By Bercow" badges they were secretly wearing to subvert him. The badges were designed by backbencher Simon Burns, who famously muttered that Bercow was a "stupid, sanctimonious dwarf", only to apologise to dwarves for the of ...
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