Pop star Joss Stone will join armed forces veterans in marking the start of the Poppy Appeal today.
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A masked gunman who killed a soldier at Canada's war memorial and stormed parliament before being shot dead by ...
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Indonesian fighter jet pilots had "locked on" their weapon systems to an Australian light plane on Wednesday before its pilots decided to comply with the order to land, one of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Sydney Morning Herald
After months of criticism for not moving aggressively enough on promises of an economic overhaul, India's new prime minister has announced a string of policies designed to kick-start Asia ... FULL ARTICLE AT KFMB
Rolling business and financial news, as Britains biggest supermarket scraps its profit guidance and holds back its former CEOs payout 7.40am BST Tescos shares are expected to rise around ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
Jiyoung and Nicole, who both left the group KARA early this year, have started solo careers in Japan and Korea, respectively. Jiyoung signed with Sweet Power agency in Japan last ... FULL ARTICLE AT Manila Bulletin
On October 26-27, the air temperature will go down by 5-7 degrees. In Lori, Tavush, Syunik and Artsakh it will go down by 10-12 degrees. FULL ARTICLE AT A1+
Two men have been stabbed in a fight in a house near Palmerston North.The men were injured at a property on Ormond St, Woodville, after a knife was used ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald
India picks up pace on economic overhaul with a slew of big announcements FULL ARTICLE AT ABC News Radio
There's a big difference in whether we participate in a rescue operation, or territorial surveillance, which we can't participate in for legislative reasons
The Extraordinary African Chambers will continue their work and if the investigating judges determine there is sufficient evidence, Habré’s trial should begin in early 2015.
The Chadian victims’ goal in seeking justice in Senegal since 2000 has been the trial of Hissène Habré, the head of state who directly controlled the security apparatus and had primary responsibility for his government’s actions