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Putin likens part of independent opposition to Bolsheviks, branding them as traitors
The Russian President has accused members of the non-parliamentary opposition of betraying national interests, and likened them to Bolsheviks who wanted a Russian defeat in WWI.

29.08.2014 13:53

Tory party blues - all because they chose a Tony Blair clone as their leader
The defection of Tory MP Douglas Carswell to UKIP is undoubtedly a major blow for British Prime Minister David Cameron and the ruling Conservative Party.

29.08.2014 11:50

​All's well that ends well: Rise to the top of the new Turkey’s PM
For the past 90 years Turkey, NATO's most eastern member and the Islamic world's gateway to the West, has been a nation state comprised of a manifold of ethnic groups and sub-groups bonded by the religion of Islam.

28.08.2014 15:29

Net migration to UK soars 39%
The number of European Union citizens moving to Britain has skyrocketed by over a third, putting pressure on Prime Minister David Cameron to follow through on his vow to cut down on immigration.

28.08.2014 10:24

​Conservative coup? UKIP plans to target 9 Tory seats in 2015 general election
UKIP plan to target nine of the Tories seats in the next general election, internal polling has revealed.

27.08.2014 15:25

Ukraine President dissolves parliament, paves way for early election
Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, has made the decision to dismiss the country’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, a message on his official Twitter account says.

25.08.2014 18:43

Cornel West slams 'counterfeit' Obama's presidency
Cornel West, activist and professor at Union Theological Seminary, ripped Barack Obama’s “Wall Street presidency,” calling him another neoliberal “counterfeit” after posing as a progressive in his initial campaign for the White House in 2008.

25.08.2014 15:48

Opposition candidate wins in Abkhazia early presidential poll
Abkhaz opposition leader Raul Hajimba has won in the country’s early presidential election with about 50 percent of votes, preliminary results say. The poll was held in Abkhazia after the previous head of state resigned following anti-government protests.

24.08.2014 17:51

‘Super-hero’: Kim Dotcom’s Internet Mana party campaign kicks off
The Internet Mana campaign has kicked off in New Zealand, with the new political party founded by the Megaupload owner promising 100,000 new jobs, free higher education, and 100 percent renewable energy by 2015.

24.08.2014 05:08

Brazil elections: Rousseff still the favorite, but Silva’s nomination casts doubts
​It was all set for this to be the most boring presidential elections in Brazil since 1989. But the protests in June last year made it all a bit more difficult to foresee.

22.08.2014 14:12

​HSBC boss warns big business may ditch independent Scotland
Big banks may leave Scotland if it chooses to become an independent state, the chairman of HSBC has said, warning that ‘capital flight’ could cripple the country’s economy.

22.08.2014 13:10

​NYT journalist given 24 hours to leave Afghanistan over coup report scandal
A New York Times reporter has been given 24 hours to leave Afghanistan for not cooperating with an investigation into his story about unnamed Afghan officials’ plans to set up an interim government and take power amid an election standoff.

20.08.2014 13:29

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