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Sir Terry Wogan, Renowned BBC Broadcaster Dies Aged 77

Sir Terry Wogan(77), legendary broadcaster, has died aged from cancer, his family have confirmed. His death prompted tributes from around the entertainment world. The Limeric

Australia: Labor Asks PM to Drop Marriage Equality Plebiscite as Parliament Returns

Labor asks Turnbull government to drop the $160m plebiscite on marriage equality and allow members to vote on the issue in parliament, predicting it would pass if the Liberal

Zika could be more dangerous threat than Ebola

Several senior health experts claims that, The Zika virus outbreak in Latin America could be a bigger threat to global health than the Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,

$4bn Missing from Fund Owned by Malaysian State

Swiss prosecutor says that about $4bn (£2.8bn) may have been stolen from a fund owned by the Malaysian state. They have requested assistance from Malaysian authorities in inv

Doctors Avoid Risky Operations on Prosecution Threat

A survey carried out for Doctors and Manslaughter, found that fearing the threat of prosecution, doctors denied life saving treatments to the Patients at risk. The poll fou

Zika Outbreak May Lead to Increase Unsafe Abortions

As the disease caused by Zika virus has been sparking panic across Latin America, campaigners urge governments to rethink bans on abortion and make contraception widely availa

Facebook Against Private Gun Adverts

Facebook and Instagram banned gun advertisements by Private individuals, a move meant to clamp down on unlicensed gun transactions. Facebook had already banned the sale of

David Bowie Leaves Millions to Wife And Children

The music legend David Bowie left an estate of around $100m to his wife, Iman, and his two children in will which was filed in Manhattan on Friday. His will stipulated that h

Canada: bill to change national anthem to recognise its women

There is a positive change happening to Canada’s approach to immigration, the environment and relations with the First Nations after Justin Trudeau’s group were elected in

Italy Risks Alienating Investors If It Fails to Pass Law Allowing Same-Sex Couples

Italy will face deep economic repercussions if it fails to legalize civil unions for same-sex couples, warned an American LGBT rights advocate. Italy is the only country in We