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30 October 2014 21:11

The French government is under mounting criticism after a young demonstrator was apparently killed at the hands of the police in southern France, Press TV reports. Remi Fraisse, a 21-year-old environmental activist, was killed on October 26 amid clashes between riot police and protesters, who were rallying against the construction of a dam in the town of Albi, the capital of...

30 October 2014 17:00

London-based charity organization Oxfam says the number of dollar billionaires has doubled worldwide since the financial crisis of 2008. In its recent “Even it Up: Time to End Extreme Inequality” report, Oxfam said that the number of billionaires around the world doubled to 1,645 over the past six years. The report also said that the world’s 85 richest people, previously revealed to...

30 October 2014 0:57

Iran's capital city, Tehran, and Munich in Southern Germany plan to resume direct flights next month after a decade-long halt. Iran's Mahan Air is slated to launch its first direct flight from Tehran's International Imam Khomeini Airport to Franz Josef Straus Airport of Munich in the Bavarian state in Southern Germany on November 12. The resumption of direct flights from Tehran to...

30 October 2014 0:49

A young Britain woman is believed to have left Britain for Syria with her 14-month-old son, Mail Online reported. Tareena Shakil, 25, of Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, is said to have travelled to Turkey and crossed into Syria - despite telling her family she was going on holiday to Spain. Miss Shakil turned to ISIS over a four-month period and has told her family...

30 October 2014 0:45

More than one in four British children are living in poverty, the United Nations Children’s Fund has warned, saying that the number is rising due to harsh austerity measures imposed by the UK government. In its Children of the Recession report, published on Wednesday, the UNICEF revealed that child poverty in the UK increased by 1.6 percent to 25.6 percent following...

29 October 2014 17:42

More than one in four British children are living in poverty, the United Nations Children’s Fund has warned, saying that the number is rising due to harsh austerity measures imposed by the UK government. In its Children of the Recession report, published on Wednesday, the UNICEF revealed that child poverty in the UK increased by 1.6 percent to 25.6 percent following...

28 October 2014 15:15

As many foreign fighters are becoming disillusioned by the Islamic State's atrocious violence and are considering fleeing the conflict to return to the safety of their homeland, ISIS leaders are using death threats and imprisonment to force the fighters to stay. An unnamed source with "extensive contacts among terrorist groups" told British newspaper The Observer that there are dozens of radicalized...

28 October 2014 12:16

UK’s foreign office says Britain will not support planned EU search and rescue operations of migrants in the Mediterranean, claiming that saving refugees encourages others to attempt the sea crossing. Joyce Anelay, UK’s minister of State of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, made the announcement in a statement released on Tuesday. The foreign office argues that if Britain supported such operations,...

28 October 2014 12:05

In Spain, authorities have arrested over fifty people, including senior members of the ruling party, as part of a wide-ranging corruption investigation across the European country. The mass arrest, involving 51 prominent politicians, was made on Monday and the detainees will face charges of taking bribes, money laundering, embezzlement, and influence peddling in the granting of licenses to businesses. The Spanish anti-corruption...

28 October 2014 11:56

The Spanish government has taken the first steps to block Catalonia's new vote on independence which is scheduled for next month. On Monday, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy requested the Council of State’s opinion on Catalonia's “consultation of citizens,” which the region intends to hold next month instead of a full independence referendum. On October 15, Catalan regional...

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