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Britain’s Foreign Office says it is “concerned” over comments made by Spain’s foreign minister in which he warned the “party is over” when it comes to his country’s policy on Gibraltar. Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said he was considering retaliatory measures towards the British territory, including a 50 euro border crossing fee, amid a dispute over […]

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Twitter’s UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by “trolls” on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. It comes as Scotland Yard said its e-crime unit was looking into claims by eight people of abuse. Twitter found itself in the spotlight after three female […]

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US Missions Slated To Close Updated: 6:26pm UK, Friday 02 August 2013 A list of the US embassies and consulates the State Department has ordered closed on Sunday because of an al Qaeda threat: :: US Embassy Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates :: US Embassy Algiers, Algeria :: US Embassy Amman, Jordan :: US Embassy […]

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US Missions Slated To Close Updated: 6:26pm UK, Friday 02 August 2013 A list of the US embassies and consulates the State Department has ordered closed on Sunday because of an al Qaeda threat: :: US Embassy Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates :: US Embassy Algiers, Algeria :: US Embassy Amman, Jordan :: US Embassy […]

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Pelka Judge: Abuse Was “Horrifying” Updated: 1:56pm UK, Friday 02 August 2013 Mrs Justice Cox described Daniel Pelka’s murder as “deeply shocking and disturbing” as she jailed Magdelena Luczak and Mariusz Krezolek for life with a minimum term of 30 years. Here are her sentencing remarks: “Mariusz Krezolek and Magdelena Luczak, the sentence for the […]

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Low cost of reducing international aviation emissions should encourage more ambitious targets Visit http://www.bnef.com for further information New analysis shows that carbon credits can play a vital role in helping international aviation achieve carbon-neutral growth Submitted on 07/30/13, 09:41 PM London and Washington: Analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) shows […]

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Carbon credits cut airlines emissions “cheaply” Posted on 31 July 2013 by Vicky Ellis A global scheme in which where airlines bought credits to offset their carbon emissions would work out “relatively cheaply” according to new research. Several airlines kicked up a fuss two years ago when the EU slapped an environmental tax – via […]

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The former Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, has his prison sentence for tax fraud confirmed by the country’s top court. The billionaire tycoon was told that his four-year sentence was upheld, making it the first ever definitive conviction, in up to 30 court cases. However, three of the years are covered by an amnesty so […]

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Ohio kidnapper Ariel Castro has said he is “not a monster” after one of his victims confronted him in court to describe “11 years in hell”. Castro says he knows what he did was wrong, but that he is not a violent person and that his captives asked for sex and were not tortured. “These […]