UK linked to Bangladesh , Tunisia announces unity government and other World news

The world news of 2011-01-18 on Tamugaia - UK linked to Bangladesh torture base, and Tunisia announces unity government.
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1000s at funeral of murdered Irish bride - Thousands of mourners have attended the funeral of murdered honeymooner Michaela McAreavey, who was killed in Mauritius.... [ View ]

Whisky comes home after century on ice - Three bottles of whisky abandoned in the Antarctic ice by British explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton more than a century ago, have returned home to Scotland.... [ View ]

Tunisian interim prime minister unveils national coalition government - ... [ View ]

U.N. prosecutor files sealed indictment in killing of former Lebanese leader - ... [ View ]

Cold War issues still part of U.S.-Russia discussions - ... [ View ]

On final tour in Iraq, daily grind combines with goodwill missions - ... [ View ]

Self-immolation cases in Egypt and Mauritania follow Tunisian incident - ... [ View ]

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have second child through surrogate - ... [ View ]

Russian Cadet Corps: rebuilding imperial values - Pre-revolutionary educational practices have begun to take hold in modern Russia as the authorities attempt to reintroduce old-fashioned patriotic ideals and moral values to an apathetic new generation.... [ View ]

Decoding Tunisia - When the dust settled in Tunisia on Saturday morning, after President Ben Ali, 74, fled to Saudi Arabia in the face of growing popular protests, it was still not clear if we were witnessing a coup or somet... [ View ]

Russian Press - Behind the Headlines, January 17 - Lawyer slams “falsifications” in Khodorkovsky case / Opposition leaders released from jail through back door/ Kamaz wins a hollow victory at Dakar... [ View ]

Deeper Than Oil: Nostalgia For Moscow Cop Banter - It’s been a long time now, at least a couple of years, since I was last stopped by the cops in Moscow and asked to present documents proving my right to be in the capital of the Russian Federation.... [ View ]

Russian Press at a Glance, Monday, January 17, 2011 - A brief look at what is in the Russian papers today... [ View ]

Can Boehner's GOP Deliver on Promises? - Julian Zelizer, CNNEditor's note: Julian E. Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University. He is the author of "Jimmy Carter," published by Times Book... [ View ]

King a Most Effective Advocate for Our Ideals - Peter Wehner, Commentary... [ View ]

Thank God Dr. King Didn't Sneeze - E.J. Dionne, Washington PostOn Sept. 20, 1958, Martin Luther King Jr. was signing copies of his first book, Stride Toward Freedom, at a Harlem bookstore when a deranged woman stabbed him in the chest. As... [ View ]

Ben Franklin's Electrifying Contribution - Brian Michael, AOL NewsBrian Michael  Subscribe to http://feeds.news.aol.com/synfeeds/collect/10/rss.xmlFrom TheWiresThereShe IsLet ItSnowEarthquakeRecoveryTheir IntelligenceIs SuspectThe... [ View ]

Rise of the Hans - Joel Kotkin, New GeographyWhen Chinese President Hu Jintao comes to Washington this week, there aren't likely to be many surprises: Hu and Barack Obama will probably keep their conversation to a fair... [ View ]

China joins elite N-tech club - ... [ View ]

Prosecutors detail sex probe against Berlusconi - ... [ View ]

No plans to amend blasphemy law, says Gilani - ... [ View ]

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