Prince George Down Under: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embark on...

Prince George Down Under: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embark on royal tour The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in New Zealand to...

Housing market gathers pace in March – RICS

LONDON (Reuters) - British house prices unexpectedly picked up speed in March and sales reached a six-year high, a survey showed on Thursday, suggesting...

20 hurt in mass stabbing at US high school

An American student stabbed 19 teenagers and a security guard in a bloody 30-minute rampage in the classrooms and hallways of a Pennsylvania high...

Government allows G4S to bid for work again

By Neil Maidment LONDON (Reuters) - Security group G4S will again be considered for government contracts after ministers said on Wednesday they were satisfied with...

UK warns it may not buy electricity from an independent Scotland

By Karolin Schaps LONDON (Reuters) - Britain may not buy electricity from an independent Scottish state if imports from alternative markets are cheaper, the UK...

Half A Billion Pounds ‘Wasted’ On Anti-Flu Drugs

Half a billion pounds has been wasted stockpiling two ineffective anti-flu drugs, according to researchers. A study claims there is "no good evidence" Tamiflu and...

US Navy to test electromagnetic gun aboard high-speed vessel in 2016

As the US Navy touts the capabilities of its new, high-powered electromagnetic rail gun, the service has announced its goal of testing the weapon...

Lawmakers call on oil and gas producers to ditch ‘dirty, bloody...

A group of Lower House MPs are urging Russian oil and gas producers and traders to stop using the US dollar. They say this...

FSB foils activities of 304 foreign spies in 2013 – Putin

President Putin has highlighted the success of Russia's internal security service in counter-intelligence. Speaking at the FSB executive council he said that fighting extremism...

GCHQ cleared of illegal activity, but questions on snooping approvals ‘overuse’...

While Britain’s intelligence agencies do not circumvent UK law or carry out “indiscriminate mass intrusions” of law-abiding citizens, they may be overusing authorizations to...

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IMF agrees $14-18 billion bailout for Ukraine

KIEV - The International Monetary Fund has agreed a $14-18 billion two-year bailout for Ukraine, a deal to help it recover from months of...

IMF: UK economy to grow by 2.9%

The UK is set to be the world's fastest-growing major advanced economy this year according to a sharply-upgraded forecast from the International Monetary Fund...

Arundhati Roy: 2002 Muslim genocide under Modi’s watch

http://splashurl.com/njzbb9y ‪#‎BJP‬ party are said to be one of the main contenders led by the fascist and controversial Hindu nationalist leader Narendra ‪#‎Modi‬. Modi, who...

Pakistani baby accused of attempted murder- Corrupt Punjab Police

While many children his age are still learning how to crawl, a nine-month-old boy in Pakistan has been accused of attempted murder in a...

Mum Diary: Can’t I kiss my kids on the mouth?

If I tell you that I kiss my boys on their lips, how will you react? Will you recoil in horror, thinking I have...

Formula 1 – Hamilton: Rosberg did a better job than me

Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two after a thrilling battle with Rosberg, who attempted to pass his team-mate several times during the race. Rosberg had the...

‘Bumpy start’: World Bank trims China growth forecast to 7.6%

The Chinese economy continues to cool, and the World Bank has lowered its 2014 forecast to 7.6 percent growth, down from an earlier 7.7...

Underpaid & under fire: British frontline troops earn less than minimum...

British soldiers serving in Afghanistan may be earning less than the minimum wage for their efforts, says a report. The Ministry of Defence says...

China tells US not to meddle in Hong Kong’s internal affairs

China has warned the United States against meddling in Hong Kong’s internal affairs after Vice President Joe Biden met with two former Hong Kong...