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How Judy, a 48-year-old real-life newspaper executive, came home

Few people get the chance to meet their readers and tell them why their book is great, but it's almost like coming home to a loved one at an event. When Judith was a...

China Considers Altering European Relationships to Protect Taiwan in Soft Way

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen have vowed to cooperate — with or without each other’s help — in a wide range of fields. Yet many on the island worry that...

Calls for more cooperation on environmental issues from European and American envoys

European Union Environment Commissioner Miguel Arias Canete and American Public Policy Institute President Kathryn Faughey told Washingtonians gathered for a panel discussion at the George Washington University Thursday that the West can do a...

Emmanuel Macron says EU must strengthen defences after missile withdrawal

A man looks at a desk decorated with European Union flags in the French presidency as part of celebrations marking the 2017 centenary of the EU at the EU Council building in Brussels, Belgium,...

Canada doubles target to help Syria refugees in war-torn country

Warns against expansion of ‘elite, anti-Muslim hate groups’ and calls on human rights organisations to defend refugees Canada has doubled its target to resettle 40,000 refugees from the conflict in Afghanistan by the end...

Earth 2016: the fate of climate songs

Two U.S. and one Australian composers are vying to write the official song for next week's UN climate conference in Poland. It's the world's biggest summit on climate change and there are expectations of...

A fuel shortage is hardly the day to pay down your fuel tax

Most of us are prepared to suffer. But for some, even having half a tank of fuel on the run is too much of a strain It’s today’s headline: Britain’s petrol stations are running...

Top 5 ways politics has affected your life in 2019

From the chancellor to Europe's leaders, from the threat of war to a little mental breakdown, it's been a tumultuous year for Europe. We can come to some resolution about the future of our...

Superstorm Sandy is to blame for US’s 600,000 premature deaths, study says

Written by By Sophie Knight, CNN Millions of Americans died prematurely from complications of hypertension and other chronic health conditions due to the Superstorm Sandy-caused 2011 Atlantic hurricane, according to a study released Thursday...

‘Ebola cure’ guru found dead in his stomach after contracting the virus himself

In September, the man blamed for unwittingly spreading a fatal virus in Asia was found dead in his stomach after contracting Ebola-like symptoms, an examination of his feces revealed, according to a postmortem report....

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