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File - Vitaly I. Churkin, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, addresses the Security Council after the Council’s vote on a draft resolution concerning Syria, 4 February, 2012.
Human Rights   Photos   UN Security Council   War Crime   Wikipedia: United Nations Security Council
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Amnesty calls on UN powers to lose veto on genocide votes
Amnesty International has urged the five permanent members of the UN Security Council to give up their power of veto in situations of mass atrocities. In its annual report, the rights group said the... (photo: UN / Paulo Filgueiras)
Annular solar eclipse on October 3, 2005
Europe   Photos   Photovoltaic Energy   Renewable Energy   Wikipedia: Solar eclipse
 Belfast Telegraph 
Biggest solar eclipse since 1999 could plunge UK into darkness
A solar eclipse in March could plunge the UK into darkness as the sky is covered and energy supplies are put at risk. The eclipse will block out nearly 90 per cent of the sunlight in parts of Europe... (photo: Creative Commons)
 File photo of Malcolm Rifkind  Belfast Telegraph 
Rifkind: I made errors of judgment
Sir Malcolm Rifkind has admitted he "may have made errors of judgment" but insisted he has done nothing wrong in the cash-for-access controversy. The former foreign secretary said it was "quite... (photo: Conservative Party file photo)
Business   Photos   Politics   UK   Wikipedia: Malcolm Rifkind
File - Inside Mall of America, at Bloomington, Minnesota, United States.  The Malta Independent 
Somalia extremists urge attacks on United States shopping malls
A video purported to be by Somalia's al-Qaida-linked rebel group al-Shabab urged Muslims to attack shopping malls in the U.S., Canada, Britain and other Western countries. U.S. authorities said... (photo: Public Domain)
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View of central London from Primrose Hill, London. BBC News
UK security services 'failed' over Syria girls
The family of a Scottish woman suspected of encouraging three London schoolgirls to join militants in Syria says security services "failed". Aqsa Mahmood, 20,... (photo: WN / Periasamy)
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In this May 10, 2012 file photo, British Prime Minister David Cameron is seen in London. The Guardian
David Cameron announces dementia training for all NHS staff
PM pledges £300m of research into condition and creation of an international institute and global fund ... (photo: AP / Carl Court)
David Cameron   Dementia   Health Services   Photos   Wikipedia: NHS trust
British Lt. Gen. Adrian J. Bradshaw, International Security Assistance Force deputy commander; and Marine Gen. John R. Allen, ISAF and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan commander; listen as a servicemember reads a Memorial Day poem during a ceremony May 28, 2012, at ISAF headquarters, Kabul, Afghanistan. During the observance, Allen read a letter written by Marine Sgt. William Stacey who was killed by a bomb while on foot patrol earlier this year. (Army of the Czech Republic photo  by Warrant Officer Frantisek Stein) (released) The Inquisitr
NATO General Adrian Bradshaw Warns Russian Tensions Could Lead To ‘Hybrid Warfare’
Bradshaw, who acts as deputy commander of NATO forces in Europe, asserted that Russian President Vladimir Putin could possibly use his military to seize territory... (photo: Army of the Czech Republic / Frantisek Stein)
Adrian Bradshaw   NATO forces   Photos   Ukraine crisis   Wikipedia: Adrian Bradshaw
Mobile Phone- Handset -Sim Card The Guardian
Rights groups criticise US and UK spies for 'disturbing' sim cards hack
NSA and GCHQ told to stop pretending that law doesn’t apply to them after revelations that they gained access to Dutch manufacturer Gemalto’s encryption keys ... (photo: WN / bholanath)
Gemalto   Global surveillance   NSA - GCHQ spying   Photos   Wikipedia: Global surveillance disclosures (2013–present)
Ukrainian army soldiers move to a position near the village of Dovgenke, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine Tuesday, June 24, 2014. BBC News
Ukraine: UK and EU 'badly misread' Russia
Britain and the European Union have been accused of a "catastrophic misreading" of the mood in the Kremlin in the run up to the crisis in Ukraine. The House of... (photo: AP / Dmitry Lovetsky)
Minsk Peace Talks   Photos   Russia Foreign Policy   Ukrainian Crisis   Wikipedia: Ukrainian crisis
A protesting truck driver hold a Greek flag as he protests in front of Riot police outside the Greek parliament in central Athens, on Friday, July 30, 2010. Orange News
Tough Talks On Greek Debt As D-Day Looms
20 February 2015, 1:54 Tough Talks On Greek Debt As D-Day Looms Tweet These could well prove the most important few days in the euro's existence. In the corridors and... (photo: AP / Petros Giannakouris)
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