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David Cameron praises Royal Marines following murder conviction

David Cameron praises Royal Marines following murder conviction

London, 09 november 2013- Prime Minister David Cameron said today that the conviction of a Royal Marine for murdering an injured Taliban insurgent in Afghanistan should not “besmirch” the organisation’s…

Miles de personas reclaman ‘justicia’ contra la anulación de la ‘doctrina Parot’

Miles de personas reclaman ‘justicia’ contra la anulación de la ‘doctrina Parot’

MADRID, 27 , ottobre 2013- Miles de personas han protestado en la Plaza de Colón de Madrid contra la sentencia del Tribunal de Estrasburgo que anula la doctrina Parot en el acto convocado por…

Nasa releases images of new island formed in Pakistan earthquake

Nasa releases images of new island formed in Pakistan earthquake

PAKISTAN, 30 september 2013- Nasa has released satellite images of the new island formed off the coast of Pakistan following a powerful earthquake last week. The new outcropping off the…

Thousands of cycling protesters surround Parliament Square in London

Peter Walker theguardian.com, Monday 2 September 2013   Thousands of cyclists rode slowly past parliament on Monday evening in one of the bigger two-wheeled protests seen in Britain in recent years, timed to…

Venice crash: Death of Italian newlywed tragic, L.A. mayor says

Venice crash: Death of Italian newlywed tragic, L.A. mayor says

By Catherine Saillant and Kate Mather,  LOS ANGELES, August 5, 2013-Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Monday called the hit-and-run rampage on the Venice boardwalk a tragedy. He said he…

Anti-fascist protester claims police broke her leg at rally

Anti-fascist protester claims police broke her leg at rally

Tom Wall - Monday 22 July 2013 Scotland Yard is investigating claims that a female teacher sustained “life-changing injuries” after being struck by a police officer during an anti-fascist demonstration…

An online sales tax would hit the poorest shoppers hardest

An online sales tax would hit the poorest shoppers hardest

By Allister Heath-16 Jul 2013- People of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public, or in…

PS : enquête pour “corruption” dans la fédération Pas-de-Calais

PS : enquête pour “corruption” dans la fédération Pas-de-Calais

LILLE, 11/07/2013- Le parquet de Lille a ouvert une information judiciaire contre X, visant des faits de corruption et d’abus de biens sociaux au sein de la fédération socialiste du…