December 2008

Greens urge Britain to offer Baghdad shoe-thrower asylum

Britain's Green Party has backed the Iraqi journalist who was catapulted from obscurity to worldwide fame after hurling his shoes at the US President, George Bush. They are calling for the immediate release from detention of Muntazer al-Zaidi, aged 29 ...

UK outcry against Israeli air strikes

Magdi AliCampaigners are urging people to show support for the plight of the Palestinian people being killed by Israeli air strikes by joining protests in London. The Palestinian Forum in Britain, which demonstrated outside the Israeli Embassy yesterday ...

Lapland's family winter magic

Rodionova Zlata - in Rovaniemi, FinlandAfter landing at Rovaniemi airport, Lapland, in sport shoes and with suitcases lost somewhere between Copenhagen and Helsinki, at a temperature of -4C °, my family and I, started to think that we would experienc ...

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Mayor's former aide needs bodyguards after sparking religious row

We can reveal that the disgraced former chief political advisor to the Mayor of London has popped up causing trouble on a tropical island which is a popular luxury holiday destination. Barely months after James McGrath was forced out of his job by The-Late ...

Exposed: Iraqi 'weapon of mass destruction' is a shoe

Sonila Reka When you walk down the street people may physically attack you, verbally abuse you or even throw a shoe at you; you never know what is around the corner.You may go home and tell a family member or even a close friend abou ...

Why Cuba's white leaders feel threatened by Obama

Carlos MooreSince November 4, Cuba has been experiencing a bad case of the "Obama Blues". The election of the first African-American president of the United States was conspicuously downplayed by the Cuban media.President-elect Barack Obama's victory went ...

BBC won't reveal cost of staff on US junket

Deborah Hobson - EXCLUSIVEBritish public service broadcaster, the BBC, has decided that Tv licence fee payers do not have a right to know how much money was spent in news coverage of last month's monumental American presidential election. They have ref ...

Harrowing young faces of poverty

Mumbai and American Terror

Margaret KimberleyAmericans learned, the day before their November Thanksgiving festival, that a group of no more than 10 men in Mumbai, India, attacked hotels, cafes, a train station, a hospital and a Jewish centre. The coordinated attack, with guns and ...

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