Archive for: June 3rd, 2012


Race to the bottom: UK media compete to outscare each other over ‘racist’ Ukraine


The British media’s campaign to highlight racism in Ukraine ahead of the European Football Championship has gone from worthy to sensationalist to hysterical. Now, the crescendo of sanctimony is beginning to hit comic…
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Israel to jail illegal migrants

Illegal immigrants may be jailed for up to three years under new law aimed at stemming flow of Africans entering Israel.

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‘West won’t back down in Syria, Russia and China must be firmer’


Neil Clark, a contributor to Britain's Guardian newspaper, says Western states are using the recent tragedy in Houla as a pretext for a possible intervention – as they did in 1999 in Yugoslavia and in 2011 in Libya.
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Advisers: Romney Could Pick Running Mate Early

GOP presidential candidate may break from tradition and name VP well before his party’s August convention

  • Obama, Romney Camps Spar Over Jobs Report

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    More Than 150 Dead as Plane Crashes Into Apartment Building in Nigeria

    More than 150 dead after plane crashes into buildings in densely-populated city of Lagos, leaving wreckage scattered and setting fire to nearby structures — as witness says it would take a ‘miracle’ to survive.

  • PHOTOS: Passenger Plane Crashes in Nigeria
  • Plane Carrying More Than 150 Passengers Crashes in Nigeria’s Largest City

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    Can you love a fake piece of art?

    A court battle is fought over whether a painting is genuine, a drawing said to be Warhol is disputed, but is there ever a case for cherishing fake?

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    Sexual harassment in the world of video gaming

    Women make up growing proportion of video gamers, but some have experienced graphic and threatening sexual harassment, says the BBC’s James Fletcher.

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    VIDEO: Girl’s ‘unexplained’ death probed

    Police investigating the “unexplained death” of a 15-year-old girl in Merseyside have arrested a teenager on suspicion of supplying drugs.

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    Breaking the negative feedback loop – Reuters Blogs (blog)


    Reuters Blogs (blog)
    Breaking the negative feedback loop
    Reuters Blogs (blog)
    By Lawrence Summers With the past week's dismal US jobs data, signs of increasing financial strain in Europe, and discouraging news from China, the proposition that the global economy is returning to a path of healthy growth looks highly implausible.

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    VIDEO: Thames pageant in three minutes

    Watch the whole Thames pageant in just three minutes

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