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Angelina Jolie Covers Marie Claire January 2012

Angelina Jolie Covers Marie Claire January 2012

She’s at the top of the food chain when it comes to selling magazines, and Angelina Jolie graces the front page of the January 2012 issue of Marie Claire. Coinciding with the December 23rd release of her directorial debut “In the Land of Blood and Honey,” the 36-year-old actress looked elegant in an Alexei Hay [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Celebrity | Read More »

Mental risk ‘same’ after abortion

Mental risk ‘same’ after abortion

Abortion does not raise the risk of a woman suffering mental health problems, a major review by experts concludes. Data from 44 studies showed women with an unwanted pregnancy have a higher incidence of mental health problems in general. This is not affected by whether or not they have an abortion or give birth. But [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Health | Read More »

David Cameron blocks EU treaty with veto, casting Britain adrift in Europe

David Cameron blocks EU treaty with veto, casting Britain adrift in Europe

  David Cameron plunged Britain’s position in Europe into the greatest uncertainty in a generation as he used his veto to block a new EU-wide treaty and left at least 23 other countries to forge a pact to salvage the single currency. With the apparent blessing of the pro-European deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg – [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Business | Read More »

World awaits another ‘El Clasico’

World awaits another ‘El Clasico’

Real Madrid host Barcelona in the first Clasico of the Spanish league season today with the edge in the title race, but fearful of Barca coach Pep Guardiola’s enviable record at the Bernabeu. It is now three years since Real last won the league and while they carry a three-point lead over their Catalan rivals [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Row over draft deal pushes climate talks into extra time

Row over draft deal pushes climate talks into extra time

UN climate talks stalled after a rebellion by developing states most at risk from global warming, forcing host South Africa to push the conference into extra time on Saturday in an effort to prevent the negotiations collapsing. Deliberations were due to resume around midday after haggling in the South African port city of Durban continued [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Africa, World | Read More »

Russian election: Moscow braced for fresh protests

Russian election: Moscow braced for fresh protests

Moscow is braced for what the opposition claims will be the biggest demonstration in Russia for 20 years. Tens of thousands are expected to gather in a square south of the Kremlin, in the latest show of anger over disputed parliamentary polls. Smaller rallies are taking place in cities across the country. Protesters allege there [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Europe, World | Read More »

Turkey warns Syria not to provoke regional crisis

Turkey warns Syria not to provoke regional crisis

Turkey warned Syria on Friday it would act to protect itself if a Syrian government crackdown on protesters threatened regional security and unleashed a tide of refugees on its borders. At least 24 Syrians were shot dead as protesters took the streets following Friday prayers and ahead of a general strike called for Sunday, according [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Middle East, World | Read More »

Indian prime minister offers victims money after blaze kills 88

Indian prime minister offers victims money after blaze kills 88

  Investigators have arrested six hospital managers after a fire that killed at least 88 people in a hospital Friday in eastern India. The six worked at a five-story hospital in the city of Kolkata, said Javed Ahmed Khan, the West Bengal Fire and Emergency Services minister. They were arrested for negligence, Khan said. A [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Headlines | Read More »

Tipaimukh is a national problem: Ershad

Tipaimukh is a national problem: Ershad

Jatiya Party chief Hussein Muhammad Ershad has started his long march from Dhaka towards Sylhet asking everyone to join hands against the construction of Tipaimukh dam by India. The convoy, made up of nearly 1,000 vehicles, began its journey from the party’s Banani office around 7.30am on Saturday. “We have started this long march to [...]

December 10 2011 | Posted in Bangladesh | Read More »


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