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Obama pays visit to Britain

The President of the United States, Barack Obama, arrived in Ireland today ahead of a scheduled state visit to the UK, beginning tomorrow. ...

Scottish buildings win architecture prizes

Ten Scottish buildings have been awarded for their architectural excellence by the Royal Institue of British Architects (RIBA). They, along with...

Aegon to cut more than 200 jobs

Insurance and pensions company Aegon has announced it is to drop a total of 213 jobs from its UK business as part of a...

Madrid protestors defy ban

Thousands of people defied the ban implemented by the authorities in Madrid prohibiting assembly in la Puerta Del Sol on Wednesday night by battling...

Head of IMF resigns after sexual assault charges

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has resigned after prosecutors charged him for sexual assault and attempted rape. ...

Space shuttle Endeavour launches for final time

Launching from Kennedy Space Center in Florida with six crew members on board, NASA's space shuttle 'Endeavour' launched on its final mission on Monday....

‘Berlin Patient’ may be the first person ever cured of AIDS

A 45 year old man living in the Bay Area of San Francisco may be the first person ever to be cured of the...

Huhne welcomes interim from chief nuclear inspector

UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne presented to Parliament the findings of the Chief Nuclear Inspector's interim report on the events at...

Tasmanians protest against pulp mill

It has been reported that over 3000 black-clad protestors marched on the streets of Launceston, Australia on saturday in order to show their...

Syrian Government dismisses mass grave

Syria has denied claims that at least one mass grave has been found in the southern city of Deraa. The interior...