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Fake News IS Fanning Flames Of Violence, Says Suu Kyi

Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is blaming fake media reports for fanning global outrage over religious violence in the north of...

Crocked Tennis Aces Hobble Out Of Wimbledon

Old age is creeping up on a generation of crocked tennis stars as last year's champion Andy Murray heads the Wimbledon Tournament sick parade. Murray...

Trump’s Insults Haunt Him As Obamacare Healthcare Reform Collapses

US President Donald Trump is struggling to gain support in his efforts to repeal his predecessor Barak Obama's healthcare laws. Part of his problem is...

It’s A Brave New World As Balance Of Power Shifts

A subtle swing has just taken place in the balance of power between the US and Europe. As Brexit looms and Britain readies to uncouple...

More Guns Is No Way To Stop US Shootings

The shoot-out on a Virginia baseball field that left Republican whip Steve Scalise, a lobbyist and two police officers wounded shows how madcap some...

Trump Manages To Avoid More Gaffes On First Foreign Trip

Donald Trump has completed the three legs of his whirlwind first foreign trip as US President without incident or gaffe so far. The propensity for...

How Is A US President Impeached?

President Donald Trump has always walked a thin line between right and wrong in business and now he has transferred his skills to pushing...

Who Is The New French President Emmanuel Macron?

Winning politicians seem to have something in common – a trait that allows them to take risks and win. Donald Trump won in the States...

No Welcoming Light At Either End Of The Channel Tunnel

The road to Brexit looks long and bumpy as politicians on both sides of the Channel have had an ill-tempered spat. British Prime Minister Theresa...

Trump’s Excuses For Lack Of New Laws In First 100 Days

US president Donald Trump has a week to make a mark with his first 100 days in the Oval Office. He took the job on...

Digital Profiles Make Spies Easier To Trace

Governments are earmarking millions of pounds for intelligence services as the internet is making secret missions harder for spies. Security services across Europe and the...

Plenty Of Political Shocks Set To Come In 2017

Shock votes for Britain to exit the European Union, Donald Trump to win the US Presidency and a referendum upset that brought down the...

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