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Online hate comments about the Glasgow helicopter crash which left nine people dead are being investigated by police. Scotland's senior prosecutor said guidance would be issued this week on dealing with allegations linked to the Clutha bar tragedy.
AT Rocky Jones was in the public eye for more than four decades as a social activist on matters of human rights, race and poverty. One of Nova Scotia's best-known civil rights activists is being recognized Tuesday by the province's human rights
A Taiwanese mother took an unusual and controversial step on Sunday to fight back against a boy who allegedly bullied her daughter in school, placing an ad in a major newspaper to bring the issue to the public's attention. The half-page ad, which ran
The employment of women in the private sector has increased by 600 percent, according to the deputy director general for special programs at the Human Resources Development Fund ( Hadaf ). Fahd Al-Tekhaifi said this follows reports that the rate of
The Lower House Financial Committee will request the government to downsize the 2014 state budget draft law, head of the committee said Saturday. MP Mohammad Saudi told The Jordan Times over the phone that the panel will ask the government to cut the
Hundred of activists took to the streets on Friday to protest against growing economic hardships in the country, calling for the government's resignation. In rallies led by leftist and independent activists in Irbid, Karak, Tafileh and Maan,
Edouard Molinaro, nominated for an Oscar for directing "La Cage aux Folles," a French farce about a gay couple that struck a chord with a broad range of audiences, has died at 85. Organizers of an Antarctic charity race involving Prince Harry said
38 Views: 5 Comments: 0 A large-scale police operation has been conducted in the Czech Republic against Bulgarian mobsters . The news was reported by the Bulgarian 24 Chassa (24 Hours) daily, citing the Czech Aha online agency.
Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar's Entry to Israel Bill, nicknamed the "Infiltrators Bill," will go for its second and third (final) readings Monday night, as lawmakers braced themselves for a long night of voting. "The equation is cruel and simple. If
The delegates, which included the Deputy President of the Public Policy Institute of Qingdao, the Deputy Director of Culture, Broadcast and News Bureau, the Deputy Director of City Administration and Law Enforcement, and the Deputy Director of the