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5 Ways to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, each year a number of charities arrange various campaigns to increase awareness of the disease and raising money for research. Her

Turkey Twin Blasts Killed 30

Two explosions at a peace rally have rocked a road junction in the centre of the Turkish capital Ankara leaving at least 30 people dead and injuring more than hundreds. Wit

NHS Facing £2 Billion Deficit

Official figures have revealed that NHS hospitals in England are in their “worst” financial position for a generation racking up debts of nearly £1bn in just three months

George Osborne Wants Student Debtors to Repay

The government has currently put out proposals for consultation that would lead to graduates from 2012 and current students paying up to an extra £300 a year on their loans b

Israeli-Palestinian Violence Spreads

At least six Palestinians are shot dead by Israeli troops in Gaza while a knife-wielding Jewish man wounded four Arabs in southern Israel on Friday. Following a rash of attack

Climate Change: World’s oceans facing biggest coral die-off in history

Scientists have warned that the world could see the biggest coral die-off in history as there is confirmation that the third-ever global bleaching of coral reefs is under way.

Imam Network Launched an online Magazine to Counter ISIS

A new online magazine, focused on fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria’s propaganda and instead spreading a moderate and peaceful view of Islam. The online publicati

Egypt’s first all-women taxi service to solve harassment problem

Pink taxi, a new taxi service that hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers has launched in Egypt. This taxi service is a response to widespread se

Erdogan Says Turkey Cannot Endure Violation of Airspace

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that his country "cannot endure" Russian aircraft violating its airspace along the Syrian border, warning that "an attack on Tu

South Carolina Flooding: 12 killed, Obama declares state of emergency

President Obama declared on Monday (10/5) a major disaster in South Carolina where unprecedented floods have killed at least 12 people and left tens of thousands stranded, man