International - Yesterday’s News
There is no evidence however to suggest that an attack is imminent.
The video shows a Kurdish man being killed and follows the release of a number of videos which militants claim show the mass killing of Syrian soldiers.
And also to stop using signs to threaten politicians.
The boy has a brain tumour and needs medical attention.
God love ‘em.
That’s a bucket load of cash.
So who won the Twitter war?
There was a “fissure eruption” on the glacier surrounding Bardarbunga
The Broad Plain Boys’ Club in Bristol has been saved – after they took a crowbar to the Banksy work.
Short version: “Let’s keep this simple…”
There have been calls to have a national standard of hospital food for Irish hospitals.
NATO leaders are in crisis talks today.
That’s nearly one third of the workforce.
The UN has described it as ‘the biggest humanitarian emergency of our era’.
Syrian rebels captured 43 Fijian soldiers yesterday.
The number of people living with dementia has more than doubled from about 3.68 million in 1990 to 9.2 million in 2010.
International - Thursday 28 August, 2014
The UN has confirmed that 43 peacekeepers were detained in the area by an armed group.
‘*cough* iPhone 6 *cough*’.
Why? Because they just take up space and you don’t use them anyway.
However the President’s suit made more waves on Twitter.
Your one-stop shop for everything CAO.
The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa raises some important questions about the treatment of infectious disease and the so-called developed world.
The stand-up reportedly suffered complications during a medical procedure.
Ukraine’s ambassador to the OSCE said that Russian troops were in the east of the country.
They skipped over to Nice for the ceremony.
And the Americans accused Russia of orchestrating a campaign inside Ukraine.
International - Wednesday 27 August, 2014
Anna Sarkeesian had critiqued the trope of violence against women in video games.
David Barajas’ two sons were killed by the driver as they pushed a truck in Texas.
*closes all windows*
“You can’t give a 9-year-old an Uzi and expect her to control it.”
Lagarde said that she will not resign her position and intends to return to work immediately.
The senior official shared fantasies about raping and murdering children…
The humanitarian worker was kidnapped by the militant group some time ago.
India’s news channels reported that the hero battled the beast with ‘almost her bare hands’.
A peace strategy was “supported by all without exception”.
Victims of the Rotherham gangs have said that the current investigations are “too late”.
The ceasefire provides for the opening of border crossings.
International - Tuesday 26 August, 2014
Girls as young as 11 were raped multiple times and trafficked to other English cities.
There’s a truce, but under what conditions?