Tag Archives: SUCCESS

Murder Appeal After Man Stabbed To Death

A 23-year-old man has died from his injuries after being stabbed in Bolton during the early hours of this morning. Police discovered the victim after being called to an address…

Surveillance secret weapon in China pollution struggle

In the future, China will shut down a factory before it even pollutes — or so it hopes, as it deploys huge data in the fight against offensive air. In…

Tim Peake to be launched from the cradle of manned space flight

Baikonur Cosmodrome, the world's oldest & largest space launch facility, is a sprawling collection of hangars, gantries, pylons & railway tracks covering an area the size of a small country….

Saudi-led air strikes kill 19 Yemeni civilians – residents

DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi-led air strikes killed 19 Yemeni civilians in bombings of homes & a market on Sunday, residents said, a day before a U.N.-brokered ceasefire is set to…

Afghan forces battle to hold off Taliban in Helmand district

LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan (Reuters) – Afghan forces are battling to hold Marjah district centre in the volatile southern province of Helmand that Taliban insurgents have cut off as part of…

Obama Hails 'Best Chance To Save Planet'

Barack Obama has hailed the Paris climate alter agreement as "the best chance we have to save the one planet we have". The US President spoke hours after the final…

Ex-UK Guantanamo detainee denounces extremism

LONDON (AP) — The last British resident held at Guantanamo Bay has denounced extremism in his first interview since being released in October. Shaker Aamer told the Mail on Sunday…

Burundi: US urges citizens to leave after Friday violence

BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) — The U.S. government has asked it citizens to leave Burundi as shortly as possible after 87 people were killed Friday, in an escalation of the violence…

Nepal's fuel crisis will push almost a million people into poverty

By Gopal Sharma JHOR, Nepal (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – With a large cone-shaped bamboo basket strapped to her back, Nirmala Bhandari treks two hours every day from her village to…