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The Burmese President says he has no plans to change the loyalty oath for MPs in order to accommodate the demands of Aung Sung Suu Kyi.
The global financial crisis is not over and technical innovation and investment will be key to sustaining what remains a tortuous recovery, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said
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IOC pushing social media platform for fan interaction for first time at London Games.
Clement Gaultier-Falguiere, 21, was underwhelmed at the prospect of placing his first vote in a French presidential election yesterday.
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The Arts and Humanities Research Council has insisted that the appointment of more than 200 new members to its peer review college is unrelated to a spate of resignations last year
Britain's cuckoo population is in sharp decline, so ornithologists have tracked five migrating birds to try to find out why
Tens of thousands of demonstrators march through Prague to voice their anger over spending cuts, tax rises and corruption