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18:18, 22 December 2014 Monday
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11:04, 15 December 2014 Monday
What was agreed and what wasn't agreed in Lima climate

U.N. climate negotiations wrapped up in Lima on Sunday with a modest agreement about the building blocks of a deal due to be agreed on in Paris in a year's time.

16:20, 14 December 2014 Sunday
After U S torture report Poland asks what its leaders

The report's publication is giving rise to uncomfortable questions in countries that hosted the "black sites" and may complicate future security cooperation with the United States.

11:38, 12 December 2014 Friday
U S corporations winning fight over human rights lawsuits

The Supreme Court ruling means human rights lawyers now have to look more seriously at alternative ways to seek redress for alleged abuses.

23:19, 09 December 2014 Tuesday
To deter U S from torturing again those involved should

There will undoubtedly be much debate about its finding that torture did not "work" - that it produced little if any intelligence of value that was not or could not have been obtained by lawful means.

12:59, 08 December 2014 Monday
Bodies still missing decades after Northern Ireland kidnappings

The problems faced by the families of the Disappeared echo those of a land where the murders of 3,000 people, one in 600 of the population, remain unsolved.

10:20, 08 December 2014 Monday
Camp but no tent for Pakistan's returning internal refugees

Residents from Pakistan's Khyber Agency have been repeatedly displaced by military operations but find themselves denied aid by authorities

15:14, 05 December 2014 Friday
The ideas and punctuation splitting Nepal's Maoists

As Nepal’s mainstream Maoists urge consensus within the constituent assembly on constitution drafting, extra-parliamentary remnants of the decade long “People’s War” are more divided than ever

10:24, 03 December 2014 Wednesday
Remembering 30 years of pain in Bhopal

In the early hours of Dec. 3, 1984, a pesticide factory owned by U.S. multinational Union Carbide Corp accidentally leaked toxic cyanide gas in the central Indian city of Bhopal, killing thousands and leaving many more with serious illnesses.

14:17, 02 December 2014 Tuesday
Sinking of Kremlin gas project leaves south-east Europe high and

The pipeline fell victim to opposition from the European Commission, which had forced Bulgaria to put construction work on hold, as well as to stalling European demand for gas and plunging energy prices.

11:07, 30 November 2014 Sunday
Ivory Coast army protests sow fears of return to unrest

The past two decades have seen the Ivorian military morph into an unruly beast as successive leaders added new layers of recruits in a misguided attempt to ensure loyalty

10:25, 29 November 2014 Saturday
NATO's mission Providing security or warmongering

Observers say the original NATO alliance has been manipulated into a force serving interests within the US bent on global domination

10:31, 28 November 2014 Friday
Obama plan to quot Power Africa quot gets off to

The first African-American U.S. president, the son of a Kenyan father, Obama has often been criticised for a lukewarm engagement in Africa, consisting more of words than deeds.

10:47, 27 November 2014 Thursday
West struggles with Russia's 'ambiguous warfare' tactics

Military experts say Russia's unconventional strategy on its western flank, especially in non-NATO member Ukraine, is proving remarkably effective

11:41, 26 November 2014 Wednesday
NSU murders show institutional racism in Germany expert says

Racism expert says Germany should come to grips with problems of structural racism and denial

15:32, 25 November 2014 Tuesday
Merkel hits diplomatic dead-end with Putin

German diplomatic offensive fails to sway Putin; focus shifts to Kiev leadership, EU sanctions unity

11:02, 25 November 2014 Tuesday
Behind Hagel's ouster tensions over Syria and Obama's team

U.S. officials with knowledge of Hagel's relationship with the Obama administration described increasingly uneasy ties between Hagel's Pentagon and the White House - although not between the two men themselves.

10:47, 20 November 2014 Thursday
Crimean savers ask Where's our money

Lawyers for the banks are preparing legal actions against Russia, which confiscated many of the banks' buildings, equipment and cash.

15:29, 19 November 2014 Wednesday
New index underlines slavery no thing of the past

Survey claims almost 36 million people worldwide subjected to modern slavery in 2014, found forms of forced servitude in all 167 countries surveyed

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