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Climate – Smart Cities, Our Only Way to A Buoyant Future

The days for smart phones and smart TVs are gone and now its time to work for climate – smart cities. According to leading economists, climate – smart cities could save

David Cameron is set to unveil plans to resettle thousands of refugees

David Cameron is to line out details of the government’s plans to settle thousands of refugees fleeing the war in Syria and Islamic State militants as parliament reconvenes

Isis Blows Up Ancient Tombs in Palmyra

These satellite images appear to confirm reports that the Islamic State has blown up three ancient tower tombs in Palmyra, continuing its unrelenting destruction of the World

Horrific Fatal Crash at Car Rally in Spain

At least six people were killed, including a young girl and two pregnant women and many others injured in Spain after a car ran off the road and ploughs into crowd, according

Revenge porn victims should be given anonymity, campaigners demanded

Campaigners called on the government to grant anonymity to revenge porn victims over concern publicity surrounding convictions only causes more people to search for explicit i

UK: Tulip Seeks Action to End Refugee Crisis

Bangladesh-origin British lawmaker Tulip Siddiq and along with her two other colleagues has written a letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron seeking a concrete and urg

First Refugees Arrive in Austria after Border Move

Amid worldwide concerns over migrant crisis, the first of thousands of refugees reached Austria early on Saturday morning after Hungary's surprise move to provide buses for

Millions Strike to Protest Proposed Indian Labor Reforms

As many as 150 million unionized workers across India are staging a day-long strike to protest at Narendra Modi’s labor reforms. As the largest overhaul of India’s labor l

Guatemala Ex-Leader Denies Charges

Guatemala's former president Otto Perez Molina, 64, rejected allegations that he was the mastermind of a customs corruption scheme dubbed La Linea, or The Line. He was appe

4 plead guilty of Hatton Garden heist

Four men have pleaded guilty on Friday admitting their role in London's Hatton Garden heist, in which a gang broke into a concrete vault and stole £10m worth of valuables fro