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Criminals once again – A critique of the Supreme Court of India’s decision to recriminalize homosexuality

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An Opinion Editorial by Nivvedan Senthamil Selvan In a surprising turn of events, and a major blow to LGBT rights in India, the Supreme Court of India has overturned the landmark 2009 Delhi High Court judgement which decriminalized homosexuality, terming it “legally unsustainable”. This perhaps makes India the only country ever to re-criminalize homosexuality. The […]

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Europe’s top 5 cities for New Year’s Eve celebrations

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Compiled by Simon Farnsworth With Christmas just around the corner you may have forgotten about that other big event that lurks even larger on your social calendar. That’s right, New Year’s Eve is fast approaching.  But what to do? Where to go? World News Today asked  local residents of five European cities why the place they call […]

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Harold Camping and his six Apocalypse predictions

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By Matt Watson Now I don’t want to say I’m an expert but I have survived many an apocalypse. In fact in my 21 years on this Earth I have survived over 50 of them. From The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn to The Amazing Criswell I have survived all of their mad predictions. […]

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Under the shadow of rising race tensions and out of control crime,Trinidad & Tobago celebrate 50 years of independence

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Today marks 50 years of independence for the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago from the British Empire and while their former rulers indulge in an Olympic summer, the former colony has become a bubbling melting pot of racial tensions and home to a soaring drug industry. For it’s golden anniversary,  Dan Graham, reports on […]

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Is Christian Grey really more popular than Jesus?

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By Danni Norman  E.L. James, author of the bonk-buster Fifty Shades trilogy, must be smiling smugly to herself after recent figures released from her publishing team heralded Fifty Shades of Grey as the best-selling British book of all time. The first in the titillating trilogy, dubbed ‘Mummy Porn’, has sold over 5.3m copies since its release […]

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London 2012: The rise of the Muslim female athlete

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By Naila Missous In the final weeks preceding the Olympic Games in London, Saudi Arabia issued an announcement that made headlines around the globe: Saudi women would be allowed to participate in the games for the first time in the Kingdom’s history. Praising cautiously, the international community could not deny that the ruling could represent a […]

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Because he’s worth it? The booming male cosmetic industry

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By Danni Norman I had a vivid nightmare last week, in which Brad Pitt was flourishing a mascara wand instead of wielding his customary sword. Just a bad dream? Actually, no. Type ‘make-up for men’ into an internet search and an array of amusingly serious video clips appear, with the aim of tutoring men in […]

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A solution to the unfair global distribution of pharmaceutical products

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By Josh Wells This article is a presentation of an alternative system to the global distribution of pharmaceutical products with the intention of being able to effectively meet the needs of the third world, which the current system fails to do. Before presenting the alternative system it is necessary to have an understanding of the […]

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5 common ‘facts’ that are wrong

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By  Jake Tudge Science is a mysterious world and one that can often tease us into a false sense of believing. As most of us are not scientists we simply accept some facts as we can’t be troubled with researching the answers. You may not realise, but everyday you hear ‘facts’ which are simply not […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: March

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith   Uprising Continuing into March the Arab spring was still gaining momentum with protests in many Arab countries including Bahrain and Libya. On March 17 the UN Security Council, with the support of the Arab league, voted in favour of imposing a no fly zone […]

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