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We don’t often credit politicians, let alone Prime Ministers, because nine times out of ten they’re at best 50% wrong, but in David Cameron’s visit to Sri Lanka and his call for
There are a few things that we know for sure in relation to the chemical weapons situation in Syria. On the 21st August 2013, rockets containing the nerve gas, Sarin, struck the
It might not feel like it, but it’s been more than two years since the sticky spring that is the Syrian Civil War first began. In an attempt to do what they
Members of the European Parliament voted this week to approve a reform of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). The policy aims to cut fishing to a level that creates sustainable stock
The whole world now knows that Barack Obama has won the 2012 US Presidential elections, but with the decision being a close one (although not as tightly packed as first suspected), the
According to the latest figures from international campaign organisation, Avaaz, the secondary education rates for girls in Pakistan are as low as 29% at the moment. Pakistan’s constitution
To kick off his US presidential scrap, Mitt Romney has inadvertently sized up to the music industry in what can only be guessed to be an attempt
With political tensions heightening in Syria and the increasing number of atrocities that have been flooding the media coverage from the country, there are renewed calls for more action from the UN.