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Spectre sets new British box office record

The latest James Bond film Spectre has made history as the biggest box office opening of all-time led by a historic performance in the UK. Globally, the film has grossed more

Labor: Threats of climate change In the pacific island should be discussed at COP21

The Labor leaders said climate change was an existential threat to some countries in the Asia pacific region. The impact of climate change on the nations of the Pacific is a f

Tayyip Erdogan again in Turkey’s power

Turkey again elected the AKP as their government. Sunday (1/11) election result make sure about their ruling but for the first time they are failed to secure an outright major

Bucharest Nightclub Accident Leaves Dozens killed

At least 27 people died and another 180 were injured after pyrotechnic display sparked blaze during concert at a nightclub in the centre of Romanian capital Bucharest. The

5 Ways to Stop Cyberbullying

Start the countdown for National Anti Bullying Month. Remember that dealing with bullying does not start and stop with anti-bullying week or month but continues all year round

Imran Khan Announces Divorce

The Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and his wife Reham have announced they have filed for divorce 10 months after getting married. Both confirmed the new

China to End One-child Policy

The one-child policy as well as one of China's totemic social policies is about to be abandoned amid concerns over economy The Chinese Communist Party's central committee h

Transgender Woman Moved to Women’s Prison

A transgender woman who was sent to a men's prison has been transferred to a female jail after a campaign to get her moved. Tara Hudson, 26, from Bath, who headbutted a bar

Shaker Aamer released from Guantánamo Bay

After being imprisoned for 14 years without trial, British Shaker Aamer, has now been released from the infamous prison and flown back to London. Ministers, including David C

Greek Coast Guard Rescues 242 People after Boat Capsizes

The Greek coastguard has rescued 242 people off the island of Lesbos after the wooden boat that was carrying them capsized on 28 October. At least five people, including three