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23.02.2013

Spaniards to protest against austerity cuts, corruption

Spaniards to protest against austerity cuts, corruption

Amid fresh reports of Royal family corruption, furious Spaniards are set to stage massive nationwide protests against severe budget cuts. Massive protests have been planned for Saturday in Madrid, Barcelona and other cities. Teachers, students, miners, medical staff, workers from various sectors, along with a number of political parties will… »

21.02.2013

Russia, Arab league offer to mediate Syria talks to end crisis

Russia, Arab league offer to mediate Syria talks to end crisis

Russia and the Arab League have offered to broker talks between Syria and its opposition coalition to end nearly two years of foreign-sponsored unrest in the Arab country. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday that Moscow and the Arab League are attempting to establish direct talks between the… »

21.02.2013

US Democrats propose bill for political engagement with Iran

US Democrats propose bill for political engagement with Iran

The Democrats in the US House of Representatives have introduced a bill that would demand the government establish a diplomatic envoy to Iran in an attempt to deal with Tehran’s nuclear energy program. A sponsor of the legislation, Representative Barbara Lee (D-CA), said the government must end its “no contact”… »

19.02.2013

Bolivia nationalizes Spanish company

Bolivia nationalizes Spanish company

Bolivian President Evo Morales has nationalized a Spanish company that operates the country’s three main airports. Morales said on Monday he had instructed the country’s ministry of public works, services and housing to take “full operational control” of SABSA, a joint venture of Spanish Abertis and airport authority Aena. He… »

19.02.2013

Chavez returns to Venezuela after two months in Cuba

Chavez returns to Venezuela after two months in Cuba

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has returned to Caracas after more than two months of treatment in Cuba following cancer surgery, and his supporters held street celebrations to welcome him home. Vice President Nicolas Maduro said on the state television network VTV that the 58-year-old socialist leader arrived at 2:30 a.m. »

19.02.2013

Correa re-elected as Ecuador’s president

Correa re-elected as Ecuador’s president

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa has won the country’s presidential election for the third term, with thousands of supporters gathering at the presidential palace in the capital, Quito, to celebrate the victory. The 49-year-old president gained 56.9 percent of the ballots against 23.8 percent for his closest challenger, former banker Guillermo… »

15.02.2013

Bahrainis rally near capital to mark revolution anniversary

Bahrainis rally near capital to mark revolution anniversary

Thousands of Bahrainis have rallied near the capital to mark the second anniversary of the revolution against the ruling Al Khalifa family. The demonstration was held on the Budaiya highway, which links several villages with the capital, Manama, on Friday. It was organized by Bahrain’s main opposition bloc al-Wefaq. Waving… »

15.02.2013

Youth support for Scots independence doubled

Youth support for Scots independence doubled

London’s attempts to put up obstacles over Scotland’s independence bid have been aborted after a poll recorded a boost in support for the country’s independence. According to the poll’s results, the number of young Scots supporting the country’s independence has doubled to 58 per cent from 27 per cent in… »

14.02.2013

UK workers earn lowest in a decade

UK workers earn lowest in a decade

The real value of British workers’ wages has fallen back to 2003 levels in 2012, raising fresh concerns at the time of the country’s ailing economy, a new report suggests. According to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), British workers are earning no more than they were… »

14.02.2013

IAEA says will continue cooperation, talks with Iran

IAEA says will continue cooperation, talks with Iran

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says it will continue cooperation and talks with Iran over the country’s nuclear energy program. The IAEA inspectors have announced that they will continue to hold discussions with Iran; however, they say no final deal has been yet reached and that no date has… »

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