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Five killed in <strong>British</strong> Columbia avalanche

Five killed in British Columbia avalanche

30 Jan 2016

Mcbride: British Columbia's coroner service says five people have died in an avalanche in the Western Canadian province near the community of McBride.

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Closure of Murdoch’S NOTW benefiting other <strong>tabloids</strong>

Closure of Murdoch’S NOTW benefiting other tabloids

13 Aug 2011

The circulation of British tabloids has shot up after media baron Rupert Murdoch closed down News of the World in July in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal, latest industry figures show. The Sunday Mirror picked up the most new customers with average sales for July of 1,786,454 copies almost 700,000 more than in June.

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Russian President Putin probably approved murder of ex-KBG agent: <strong>British</strong> inquiry

Russian President Putin probably approved murder of ex-KBG agent: British inquiry

21 Jan 2016

London: President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KBG agent Alexander Litvinenko, a judge led-British inquiry into the 2006 killing in London concluded.

Russian President,   Vladimir Putin,   London murder case,   ex KBG agent,   British inquiry,   Alexander Litvinenko,   KBG,   Latest World News,  
Bihar government website says Indira Gandhi's rule was worse than that of <strong>British</strong>

Bihar government website says Indira Gandhi's rule was worse than that of British

11 Jan 2016

Patna: A Bihar government website has said that Indira Gandhi's rule was worse than that of the British, angering Congress which is a constituent of the ruling coalition.

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Extremists recruiting in <strong>British</strong> jails: UK prisons chief warns

Extremists recruiting in British jails: UK prisons chief warns

28 Dec 2015

London: A top UK prison official today warned of a terror threat emerging from jails, saying extremists are attempting to recruit inmates as potential terrorists.

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David Cameron visits flood-hit <strong>British</strong> city of York

David Cameron visits flood-hit British city of York

29 Dec 2015

York: British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the flood-hit historic city of York yesterday as cities, towns and villages across northern England battled to get back on their feet following devastating storms.

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<strong>British</strong> militant group recruiter uses kitten messages to groom youngsters

British militant group recruiter uses kitten messages to groom youngsters

21 Dec 2015

London: A British recruiter with the militant group in Syria is grooming youngsters through secret internet messages featuring kittens with bombs. Omar Hussain has been using an encrypted smartphone app to draw in impressionable followers with cute images of cats paired with terror lectures, media reports stated.

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David Cameron urges EU to 'work together' on <strong>British</strong> demands

David Cameron urges EU to 'work together' on British demands

18 Dec 2015

Brussels: British Prime Minister David Cameron has urged his skeptical EU counterparts at a summit to 'work together to fix' the bloc and meet his controversial reform demands.

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<strong>British</strong> Parliament set to vote for Syria air strikes

British Parliament set to vote for Syria air strikes

02 Dec 2015

London: Britain's parliament is set to vote today to approve air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria after months of wrangling over whether enough opposition Labour lawmakers would back military action.

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<strong>British</strong> Parliament approves airstrikes against militant group in Syria

British Parliament approves airstrikes against militant group in Syria

03 Dec 2015

London: Britain's House of Commons yesterday voted to support a government motion on extending airstrikes against the Islamic State (IS) to Syria after 10 hours of intense debate.

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