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UK the fifth pillar of the EU temple
The European Union's aversion to democracy and reckless expansion is threatening its future and the UK’s unstable status within it is in danger of bringing the whole project crashing down.

07.08.2014 10:33

Stop wasting your life on smartphones, web - Pope Francis
Spending your time chatting online and dawdling with your smartphone is futile, Pope Francis has reminded, urging thousands of young Germans to spend life on more fruitful activities.

06.08.2014 02:44

‘Titanium force’: New luxury Putin iPhone to cost over $3,300
The digital age of patriotism got another look with Italian luxury brand launching a new titanium iPhone bearing the image of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin. It comes after limited edition golden ‘Putinphones’ sold out in one day.

04.08.2014 22:45

Midas touch: Golden ‘Putinphones’ (at $4,350 each) sell out in just 1 day
A limited series of 44 golden iPhones featuring the portrait of Russian leader Vladimir Putin has been sold in just one day. The success of the sale proves that the patriotism in Russia is on the rise, says Italian luxury brand manufacturer Caviar Phone.

03.07.2014 08:02

Price of patriotism: Golden ‘Putinphone’ on sale for over $4,350
Supporters of Russian President Vladimir Putin now have a new extravagant way of expressing their affection. An Italian luxury brand has launched a limited line of golden iPhones bearing the image of the leader.

25.06.2014 19:13

Dead weight: Obesity forces UK hospitals to spend millions on equipment
An obesity crisis is costing millions to the UK health system as hospitals are buying more and more special equipment for large patients, including special operating tables, beds and non-standard mortuary fridges.

16.06.2014 06:29

Faking it Eurostyle: China builds mini-me towns (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
China's skill in replication has developed to something bigger than just handbags or watches. Precise copies of world famous landmarks are built around the country too - some growing into whole copycat communities.

07.06.2014 12:44

Haggling Indians, rude Germans, intolerant Aussies: UK tourist manual accused of ethnic stereotyping
A well-meaning official manual for tourist industry workers, instructing them how to cater to the needs of foreigners during UK visits, has been accused of racially stereotyping the very people it aims to please.

07.01.2014 19:17

Pleasure principle: Our selfie-obsessed lifestyles twerking against us
‘Selfie’ has been named ‘Word of the Year’ by the Oxford Dictionary, an award that underscores the notion that we’re fast becoming a wired-up, dumbed-down society of egomaniacs.

25.11.2013 11:43

‘Fight Club UK’: Economic crisis sparks ‘heartless’ culture in British males
UK men are in the grip of a ‘crisis of masculinity’ fueled by boozing and consumerism amid the financial crisis, warns one MP. Pornography and ‘hyper-masculinity’ are propagating a ‘Viagra and Jack Daniels’ culture and the normalization of misogyny.

15.05.2013 08:42

Any hang-ups? New phone app logs mood from voice
Therapy patients could soon be carrying a mood analyzer around with them in their pocket if the latest smartphone application aimed at mental health patients kicks off. The new application is designed to create a mood-map of a day.

February 22, 2013 12:21

­Juicy war: Thousands take part in Chile's annual tomato fight (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
Those afraid of staining their clothes should probably keep away from the Chilean city of Quillion as an estimated 7,000 people took to the streets for the annual tomato fight.

18.02.2013 16:44

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