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British MPs Expenses Scandal Leads to Parliament Speaker Resignation

With the latest public outrage targeted at some of Britain's parliamentarians accused of embezzling public funds, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced on national Television that he would pus

British Prime Minister anounces ‘private’ Iraq probe

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown anounced on Monday, the long-awaited probe into Britain’s decision to join the United States in the highly unpopular invasion of Iraq in 2003, but came under

London Riots: The fault of government and parents in raising the youngsters

‘The limitation of riots, moral questions aside, is that they cannot win and their participants know it. Hence, rioting is not revolutionary but reactionary because it invites defeat. It involves an e

London clean up starts to cope up with the loss caused by riots

In an inspiring renaissance towards humanity, hundreds of Londoners have volunteered to clean the lanes of riot inflicted capital. The past four days in London have been embodied with looting, buildin

No fly zone draft in UN Resolution

The Obama administration is urging the UN to execute air strikes over Col. Gadaffi’s tanks and artillery. Though Russia demands more time, Britian and France have pushed the United Nations Securi

Moussa defects Libya, rebels demand more arms

Moussa Muhammad Koussa, the Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs has defected his country. His arrival in London foresees his resignation from the current regime, a fact that reveals that Gadaffi’s

US withdraws support, situation for rebels grow worse

Robert Gates, the US Secretary of Defence clearly stated that training and assistance to the rebels in Libya can be provided by any other country. Hence, US does not necessarily need to take this

UK, US and France demand Gadaffi to surrender

‘Our duty and our mandate under U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973 is to protect civilians, and we are doing that. It is not to remove Qaddafi by force. But it is impossible to imagine a future f

Humanitarian crisis intensifies in Libya, western coalition avoids sending military

‘There are thousands of people waiting to be evacuated and thousands of people who are in immediate need of medical aid,’ said Baroness Amos, the head of UN humanitarian relief in Libya. The conditi

Osama bin Laden’s death ignites war of words and sparks discrepancies

The 40 minute raid at Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad by the US Navy Seal Team Six has finally killed the most wanted terrorist of the world. Osama, 53, had been hiding in Pakistan for his

Impact of Osama bin Laden’s death on Al-Qaeda and Middle East

‘The worst images are those that were unseen to the world,’ said US President Barack Obama during his first public confirmation of Osama bin Laden’s death. Well, Osama bin Laden is dead. But, even

NATO targets important command centres, silences opposition

‘Time is up for the Libyan regime’, says Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the secretary general of NATO. Throwing light on the ‘substantial progress’ made by NATO, Rasmussen stated that more than 6000 sorti

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