Archive for: April 2012


U.S. Joins African Manhunt for Warlord Kony

Elite U.S. forces shore up intelligence and assist local troops in the Central African Republic to track warlord Joseph Kony.

Original post by RT

Scotland Bill to get Royal Assent

The Scotland Bill, which will give more powers to the Scottish Parliament, is expected to receive Royal Assent later.

Original post by foxnewsonline@foxnews.com

Light therapy for abuse victims

Survivors of childhood abuse are being helped to overcome flashbacks and nightmares by a pioneering light therapy project.

Original post by foxnewsonline@foxnews.com

Queen’s Scottish visit unveiled

Details of the Queen’s engagements to mark her Diamond Jubilee during her week-long visit to Scotland are announced.

Original post by foxnewsonline@foxnews.com

Body of Gaddafi-era Oil Official Found in Austrian River

The body of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s top oil industry official, Shokri Ghanem, is found in Austria’s Danube River.

Original post by RT

Colombia Says French Reporter Could be FARC Hostage

Colombia’s defense minister says French journalist, Romeo Langlois, may be a FARC hostage.

Original post by RT

Automata in the modern age

Mechanical moving figures being brought back to life

Original post by foxnewsonline@foxnews.com

Is there a worldwide parking problem?

Car parks in the United States take up land the size of Puerto Rico, according to a new book which suggests architects and planners need to think more imaginatively about parking lots. So what are the options?

Original post by foxnewsonline@foxnews.com

Counter-coup attempt underway in Mali

Reports say forces loyal to ousted leader clashed with coup leaders to prevent arrest of presidential guard member.

Original post by RT

‘Blue’ baby saved over the phone

The parents of a three-day-old girl who turned blue after she stopped breathing praise a phone operator and paramedics for saving her life.

Original post by foxnewsonline@foxnews.com