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→  October 25, 2013

US Spying And The Moral High Ground Updated: 6:47am UK, Friday 25 October 2013 By Tim Marshall, Foreign Affairs Editor All nations spy, but not all nations claim they have liberal values and transparent government. For those that do, it is a little embarrassing to be caught spying on your friends and military allies. To […]

→  October 25, 2013

By Nick Martin, North of England Correspondent Police have discovered a 3D printer which they believe criminals were using to try to make a gun, Sky News can reveal. In what is believed to be the first case of its kind, officers in Manchester on Thursday seized a printer and other components potentially used in the […]

→  October 24, 2013

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→  October 24, 2013

By Alex Crawford, Special Correspondent The Marikana Miners Support group has called for South African police to be prosecuted after apparently unearthing new evidence which disputes the authorities’ version of what happened on the day more than 30 striking miners were shot dead by police. The evidence was uncovered by a film-maker – who is […]

→  October 24, 2013

The Portuguese police are to request that the Madeleine McCann investigation be reopened, according to local media. Police in Oporto have been reviewing the case and have identified a number of issues they wish to clarify, an unnamed police source was quoted as saying.  The move to re-examine the case in Portugal comes after a fresh […]

→  October 23, 2013

The carbon footprint of the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority will soon be turned into forests. There are plans to convert about 100 acres of marginal agricultural land owned by the MVCA into reforested and naturalized areas over the next few years. Field Services Supervisor Stewart Lockie explains staff have been keeping track of motor pool usage […]

→  October 23, 2013

CHARLESTON, S.C., Oct. 22, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ — Finite Carbon and Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE: NSC) today announced the successful development and registration of the Brosnan Forest Improved Forest Management carbon project. The project meets the Climate Action Reserve’s forest project protocol and resulted in more than 282,000 eligible carbon offset credits at initial registration. The […]

→  October 23, 2013

Greek authorities have asked Interpol to help them identify a blonde girl who was found in a Roma settlement by sharing her DNA profile with member countries. The police agency has said it will make its international DNA database available to any one of its 190 member countries which have been given the profile of […]

→  October 23, 2013

By Stuart Ramsay, Chief Correspondent Illegal immigrants are dying in the Mediterranean in record numbers because criminal gangs know that rich northern European countries like the UK are too scared to address the issue of international migration because of domestic politics. As European leaders meet this week to discuss demands for help from frontline countries […]

→  October 22, 2013

PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 21 /CSRwire/ – Better World Club, the nation’s only eco-friendly auto club, announced today that it is going to offset one of the nation’s most important sources of hot air: the U.S. Congress. To accomplish this, Better World Club will offset more than 100 tons of carbon emissions generated by the Capitol […]