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October 20, 2012 DID you know that science can teach you all sorts of amazing things about how the world works and why it works that way and how the dinosaurs probably all had feathers? Did you know that it can also teach you things that you never
Bertrand Guay/AFP/Getty Images Cecile Duflot, French housing minister, has caused a commotion by wearing a dress to speak to the National Assembly...It wasn't Duflot causing the commotion, but rather the male ministers who wolf-whistled and shouted: "
Police in Greece hunted today for a far-right MP after he slapped one left-wing female politician and threw a glass of water at another during a live TV debate. Following the incident, the attacker, Ilias Kasidiaris, was locked in a room at the
Janet Street-Porter told the debate that women were 'their own worst enemies' and 'you get the press you deserve'. Photograph: Martin Argles for the Guardian There's an old joke: four women are throwing dinner parties. The French woman presents her
Not only that, but she accepted the Government role of High Street tsar at the same time as being paid to advise London's Westfield shopping centres, one of which is the largest in Europe and about as far removed from the average High Street as Eton
Story continues below Labor has applied a 35 per cent preselection quota for female MPs, and will lift it next year, despite falling short at 31.9 per cent in the current House of Representatives. Under an affirmative action target of 40 per cent to
A former communist prosecutor who was serving a prison term for abusing her office in 1950 to order the execution of an anti-communist politician in Czechoslovakia has been pardoned. The presidential office said in a statement Tuesday that President
10. Dalia Grybauskaite, President of Lithuania
Staff writer On a sunny September day, a nurse held a 3-month-old baby while another fed a hungry 7-month-old. Outside, two boys played in a sandbox in a spacious yard, where in the summer a wading pool will be set up so the children can splash about.
With polls showing a last-minute swing against Labor, particularly in illusion-free western Sydney, and the country edging towards a knife-edge result, they have successfully trashed their party brand. Win, lose, or draw, the unscrupulous gamble by