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Neil Harvey

Revealed: UK govt bans filming at immigrant detention center to avoid bad publicity
UK authorities have banned filming at Harmondsworth immigration removal center, where hundreds of asylum seekers are on hunger strike. It is to avoid public criticism over the facility's poor conditions, a staff member said, unaware he was being recorded.

14.03.2015 20:05

5 suspects arrested over Nemtsov murder, 1 'confessed' - court
Moscow's Basmanny district court has arrested five people in connection with the murder of Boris Nemtsov, a prominent opposition figure, who was gunned down last week.

08.03.2015 12:10

Ukraine media falsely claim Dutch prosecutors accused Russia of MH17 downing
Ukrainian media in unison are misquoting Dutch investigators as accusing Russia of shooting down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in July last year.

05.03.2015 09:38

Thousands mourn slain opposition politician Nemtsov at Moscow march
Thousands gathered at a rally in commemoration of the murdered opposition figure Boris Nemtsov in the Russian capital. Demonstrators have marched through the center of Moscow, crossing over the bridge near the Kremlin where the politician was shot dead.

01.03.2015 08:30

Greece’s anti-austerity Syriza party officially wins parliamentary elections
Greece’s radical leftist party, Syriza, is leading the country’s parliamentary election, claiming 36 percent of the vote, and leaving the ruling New Democracy party in second place with 28 percent, according to the preliminary results.

25.01.2015 17:06

Opposition activist Navalny detained at Moscow rally, defying house arrest
Opposition activist Aleksey Navalny, who was given a 3 1/2-year suspended sentence in an embezzlement case Tuesday, has been detained at an unsanctioned rally in Moscow after defying house arrest. Police said 1,500 people attended, and 100 were detained.

30.12.2014 16:18

‘Control’: Cameron outlines EU migrant benefit caps
David Cameron has announced new government measures to curb levels of UK immigration. In a speech on Friday, the prime minister said all new EU migrants must work for a minimum of four years in the country before being able to claim state benefits.

28.11.2014 09:16

Rousseff favored for re-election as dramatic campaign wraps up in Brazil
Despite a divisive four years in charge, incumbent center-left Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is the front-runner in the country’s Sunday elections. Her once closest rival in the race, Marina Silva, will now have to fight for second place, polls say.

04.10.2014 18:55

Brazil hands over World Cup to Russia at Rio’s Maracana Stadium
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff symbolically handed over the World Cup to her Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Sunday, as Russia is set to host the 2018 tournament. The two were joined by FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

13.07.2014 22:10

3 second-hand water cannons coming to London next week
Three water cannons, purchased by Mayor Boris Johnson from Germany, are to be delivered to London next week, British media report. The controversial street weapon, so far used nowhere in the country except Northern Ireland, are second-hand.

27.06.2014 17:46

Ukraine and EU sign free trade zone deal
Ukraine has signed the economic part of the Association Agreement with the EU, with Georgia and Moldova also joining the pact, even though big economic risks lie ahead.

27.06.2014 08:00

Foreign cars to be hit by new vehicle disposal tax
Forced by accession to the WTO to cut the import tariffs on foreign cars, Russia is striking back in an attempt to protect its domestic auto industry by slapping buyers and manufacturers with more fees.

02.10.2012 17:56