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Expats join Valentine’s Day celebrations in Moscow
Staffers from Moscow’s foreign embassies have been holding a Valentine’s Day party to raise money for orphanages and nursing homes. The Valentine’s Day party was organized by the Moscow’s...
Moscow 14/02/2011 - 12:52
Israelis oppose Sudanese immigration
Thousands refugees from Sudan have arrived in Israel since 2005, fleeing war and poverty. However, their lives in Tel Aviv and other cities are far from easy. Many have been deported, and most of...
Tel Aviv 11/02/2011 - 12:54
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Seoul 09/02/2011 - 17:55
Spanish medics call for action against obesity
Spain’s obesity rate has been rising steadily in recent years, fuelled by the spread of fast food. Medics are calling for a change in attitudes, and a return to traditional eating habits, to avoid a...
Madrid 16/02/2011 - 12:58
Rubin Kazan gears up for Europa League clash
The Europa League tournament is just a year old, having taken over from the UEFA Cup. Rubin, Zenit, CSKA and Spartak are all hoping to become the first Russian team to carve their name on the trophy.
Moscow 17/02/2011 - 11:24
Yemen unrest caught on cell phone
Yemen has entered a seventh day of mass protests, with clashes breaking out between pro-government and anti-government demonstrators. Scenes of street turmoil were filmed by bystanders with mobile...
17/02/2011 - 12:12
Former prisoner locks himself up in fight for justice
A former convict from Philadelphia has launched a one-man protest against high imprisonment rates in the country. Michael Tabon has locked himself in a cell in a parking lot to show people the...
Philadelphia 17/02/2011 - 10:52
Gazans cultivate mushrooms to ease food shortage
In the Gaza Strip, mushroom cultivation provides an alternative source of protein amid the lack of food caused by the Israeli blockade. The mushrooms are sold to local restaurants and distributed to...
15/02/2011 - 15:06
JP Morgan profits from unemployed Americans
The deepest recession since the great depression has cost Americans more than eight million jobs and $787 billion in tax-payer funds for Wall Street. Bailout recipient JP Morgan Chase has recovered...
New York 08/02/2011 - 10:40
US wants ‘new versions’ of old Mideast regimes - journalist
British academic and author John Laughland says that although the US is voicing support for pro-democracy protests in the Arab world, its main aim is to continue the status quo. Ex-ambassador to...
Paris 22/02/2011 - 11:27