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12
Nov
Egypt ends state of emergency

Cairo: Egypt's government has announced the end of a three-month state of emergency, two days earlier than planned, with a court ruling that the measure has expired. Ending the state of emergency would mean the end of a night time curfew also in place since mid-August, measures aimed at helping authorities impose control amid protests by supporters of ousted President Mohammed Mursi. Security officials have shown concern that its end... [read news]

08
Nov
Palestinian officials: Israel only suspect in Arafat death

The Palestinian committee investigating the death of Yasser Arafat in 2004 has said Israel is the "only suspect". A Swiss report published this week said specimens from Arafat's exhumed body contained unexpectedly high levels of the radioactive element, polonium-210. The Palestinian investigators said the report showed Arafat did not die because of old age or ill health, but was the victim of an "assassination". Israel's government has... [read news]

08
Nov
As China’s leaders meet, growing pressure for reforms

Sandy tracks, that have not been paved in years, snake their way through the paddy fields and lush valleys of this remote corner of southwest China. The slightest drops of rain, villagers say, can render these roads impassable, leaving the small towns and villages of Guizhou frequently isolated - and, as a result, cut off from the rest of the country's growth story. Earlier this year, as the new leadership took over in Beijing, Central... [read news]

08
Nov
Kerry in Geneva to push nuclear talks with Iran; says ‘important gaps’ remain

GENEVA — Secretary of State John F. Kerry and other top Western diplomats joined nuclear talks with Iran here on Friday, an unusual indication that progress was being made after years of stalemate. But Kerry cautioned that “important gaps” remain in the effort to convince Iran to freeze uranium enrichment in exchange for a relaxing of some sanctions, and said “there are still some very important issues on the table that are... [read news]

08
Nov
One of world’s strongest storms lashes Philippines, but nation appears to avoid major disaster

MANILA, Philippines — One of the strongest storms on record slammed into the central Philippines on Friday, killing at least four people, forcing hundreds of thousands from their homes and knocking out power and communications in several provinces. But the nation appeared to avoid a major disaster because the rapidly moving typhoon blew away before wreaking more damage, officials said. Huge Typhoon Haiyan raced across a string of islands... [read news]

06
Nov
Angajam Translator Engleza

Angajam persoanal abilitat in a scrie articole in limba Engleza,salariu atractiv,posibilitatea de a lucra homeoffice. Cerinte: - Limba Engleza nivel avansat - atestat CAMBRIDGE - Abilitatea de a rescrie un articol in limba engleza dupa un alt articol ca model de inspiratie - Abilitatea de a publica articolul online pe platforma noastra ( o platforma asemanatoare wordpress) Asteptam cu interes CV-urile dvs la adresa de e-mail... [read news]

30
Sep

The 2012 nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were revealed earlier this week. The list of 15 acts includes alternative rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers, rap trio the Beastie Boys, and "I Love Rock N' Roll" stars Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The Cure, Guns N' Roses, Donna Summer, Donovan and Heart are also among the shortlisted acts. Five artists or bands will be chosen to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at a ceremony held... [read news]

08
Sep

Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton and Jason Aldean are among the nominees for this year's Country Music Awards. The four artists have five nominations each and will compete in both the album of the year and the entertainer of the year categories. Zac Brown and The Band Perry earned four nods each. Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Sara Evans are also among the nominees.The award ceremony will take place on 9 November, at the Bridgestone... [read news]

10
Aug
Johnny Cash bassist Marshall Grant dies at 83

Marshall Grant, the bassist of Johnny Cash's backing band the Tennessee Two, died on Sunday at the age of 83. The musician played on many of Cash's famous song, including "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ring of Fire", "The Man in Black", and "I Walk the Line".Marshall Grant was a founding member of the Tennessee Two (later known as the Tennessee Three), together with Cash and guitarist Luther Perkins, and played in the band between 1954 and 1980. The... [read news]

08
Aug
London faces riots and looting

More than 200 people have been arrested following two nights of rioting in London. The violence began in the North London neighbourhood of Tottenham on Saturday evening and spread to other areas of the city on Sunday. The rioters set fire to buildings and vehicles, looted shops and fought with the police in what was London's biggest outburst of violence in recent years. According to reports, 35 police officers were injured over the weekend.It... [read news]


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