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Reuters(John Lloyd is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By John Lloyd May 7 (Reuters) - Russia is now in a hard, even dangerous, place. A series of shocks are coming, and it is not well placed to weather them. It has, to be sure, little debt:...
Tags: Russia, European Union, Dmitry Medvedev, Government, Politics
ROME -- Giulio Andreotti, the seven-time Italian prime minister who oversaw his country's economic boom but was tainted by accusations of ties to the Mafia, died in Rome on Monday, the Italian news agency Ansa reported. He was 94. After becoming a...
Reuters* Mayor suspended for approving permit for building * Death toll reaches 430 * Worldwide outcry against working conditions By Ruma Paul DHAKA, May 2 (Reuters) - The mayor of the Bangladesh municipality where a factory building collapsed killing more...
Reuters* Move comes in wake of death of woman denied abortion * Law proposes three doctors adjudicate on suicide cases * Some members of Irish PM's party may not back law By Padraic Halpin DUBLIN, May 1 (Reuters) - Irish government ministers have agreed...
Tags: Enda Kenny, National Government, Elections, Suicide, Government
Reuters* Rescue officials say do not expect more survivors * Primark, Loblaw say will compensate victims' families * Official death toll stands at 390, many more missing * Angry scenes as building owner brought to Dhaka court * International Labour...
Reuters* Sparks from rescue equipment cause the fire * Owner of collapsed building arrested fleeing to India-police * Hundreds more still missing, police say * Four pulled from rubble alive, four days after disaster By Ruma Paul and Serajul Quadir DHAKA,...
ReutersROME, April 27 (Reuters) - Italian centre-left politician Enrico Letta named a new coalition government on Saturday after reaching a deal with Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right party ended the stalemate since February's deadlocked election. The government...
ReutersBy Randall Palmer OTTAWA, April 26 (Reuters) - Canada must review its deportation policy in light of a pardon that was granted to a Canadian resident once threatened with deportation and now accused in an alleged al Qaeda plot to derail a passenger...
South Korea chided Japan for “retrograde comments and behaviors” Thursday, days after Japanese government ministers and a host of lawmakers flocked to a politically sensitive war shrine. Japan “turns a blind eye and a deaf ear to...
Tags: North Korea, Justice System, Japan, Shinzo Abe, South Korea
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.ROME -- Italy turned the corner on two months of political stalemate Wednesday by nominating center-left leader Enrico Letta as prime minister after inconclusive elections in February left parties struggling to form a government. Letta, 46, is set to...
Tags: Mario Monti, Elections, Giorgio Napolitano, Iran, Nelson Mandela
Baroness Margaret Thatcher, amidst rain and sunshine in London died on April 8 at 87 years old. Even her last day in the United Kingdom was symbolic. Europe, emerging out of a long, tiring, and restless cold winter this year, parallels the political...
Outraged Canadians are demanding police action after an alleged gang rape and suicide in Nova Scotia, a tragedy that has drawn parallels to recent assault cases in Ohio and California. Seventeen-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons hanged herself last week after...
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