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Stella McCartney reigns supreme at British Fashion Awards


By Danni Norman November 27th saw the most influential names in British fashion descend in their voguish multitudes upon the Savoy Hotel, in order to celebrate the success and development of British fashion at the British Fashion Awards 2012. Hosted by the stunning Gemma Arterton and radio DJ Nick Grimshaw, the star-studded event was the […]

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The UN failed the people of Goma in a shocking way

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By Simon Farnsworth Imagine for a second that you are a resident of Goma, a city in the far east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Imagine the fear surging through you as well armed rebel troops surrounded the city you call home. Now picture how that fear intensified as the M23 rebels began firing missiles into […]

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Gaza conflict: “This is not a war. This is a terror attack by one of the most powerful military forces in the world.”


By Naila Missous On the first day of the ceasefire, Gaza and it’s residents fled to desperate and immediate mourning. The recent attack on Gaza has moved me furiously to write. During the last attack by Israel in 2009, the slaughter of hundreds of Gazans was plastered all over our television screens. Trapped in a […]

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Rockstar named cultural ambassador to the Middle East

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By Simon Farnsworth With tensions in the Middle East at a record high, the US Department of State looked to send an ambassador to the region to promote world peace. Did they send a respected foreign diplomat? Or someone high up in the political industry? No. They are sending this man, Andrew W.K. The ‘Party […]

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LISTEN: Reporter live on air during Israeli airstrike in Gaza


By Alex Jones The BBC’s Jon Donnison was live on BBC World Service Radio in Gaza when Israeli missiles hit Gaza City Sports Stadium just 1km away. While the bombs hit, Jon Donnison described the action like it was just another day in the office before the radio show host demanded, in the most British of ways, […]

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Media ignorance in times of war: Gaza, Syria and Goma


By Simon Farnsworth If you turned on any news channel today you could easily be forgiven by thinking only one intense battle raged in the world. As journalists flooded into Gaza to report the latest developments, events in Syria and the Democratic Republic of Congo took a back seat in the world’s media. It highlighted a major issue […]

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China and America: What do the next four years have in store?

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Having held its breath, sat on the edge of its seat and bitten its nails, the World exhaled a sigh of relief as President Obama was re-elected earlier this week. Congratulations from leaders around the globe poured into the White House as Obama began his second term of presidency. But what of China? How was […]

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Architect Zaha Hadid becomes a dame


By Naila Missous  Zaha Hadid has been awarded the prestigious title of Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) for her services to architecture in the Queen’s birthday honours which were announced back in June 2012. The 62-year-old Iraqi born architect, who was responsible for the design of the Aquatics Centre in the […]

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Is Donald Trump’s twitter a parody?

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By Simon Farnsworth and Alex Jones Is Donald Trump’s twitter a parody? It’s a question we’ve all asked when any one of his gibberish tweets enters the twittersphere. How can a man, who has over 1.8m followers on twitter and is reportedly worth $7bn, tweet like an uninformed, unintelligent, half-wit? You may think I’m a […]

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What’s next for Obama and America?

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World News Today reporter Jago Kosolosky, in Washington D.C., looks at what we can expect from Barack Obama’s second term as President of the United States of America. Two in a row Let it be clear that Obama’s re-election will have effects both inside and outside of the country. Internally, especially in equality, a more progressive […]

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