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By Seif Usher - Mar 25, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 25, 2015 22:08
It passed probably unobserved by most media watchers in Jordan, but UK newspapers recently had some fun at the expense of the British Foreig ...
By Jürgen Jeske - Mar 23, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 23, 2015 22:28
Germany has weathered the financial crisis much better than most of its neighbours. Regarded as the sick man of Europe as recently as 1999, ...
By Itamar Rabinovich - Mar 19, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 19, 2015 22:37
Benjamin Netanyahu proved the pollsters wrong, not once, but twice. In the weeks and days leading up to Israel’s election, his defeat ...
By Petr Kolár - Mar 16, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 16, 2015 22:32
In 1938, when British prime minister Neville Chamberlain returned from Munich proclaiming “peace in our time”, Winston Churchill ...
By Gill Nelson - Mar 14, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 14, 2015 22:23
Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative neurological disorder that affects around 7 million people globally, and 1 million in the United ...
By Stephen Pickard - Mar 11, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 11, 2015 22:21
Momentum seems to be building for a global deal at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris this December. With this sense of ...
By Christiana Figueres - Mar 10, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 10, 2015 22:27
Twenty years ago, the adoption by 189 governments of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action marked a turning point in the history o ...
By David Tolbert - Mar 03, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 03, 2015 22:55
On January 10, a particularly atrocious terrorist attack was mounted in a bustling market in the northern Nigerian town of Maiduguri: a 10-y ...
By Abdul El Sayed - Mar 02, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 02, 2015 21:52
A rare, deadly and highly contagious disease is spreading across the United States, having infected more than 100 people since the beginning ...
By Navi Radjou - Mar 01, 2015 - Last updated at Mar 01, 2015 21:37
In a famous 1937 essay, economist Ronald Coase argued that the reason Western economies are organised like a pyramid, with a few large produ ...

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