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Putin to revive Soviet muscle-flexing parade
Putin to revive Soviet muscle-flexing parade
It was one of the highlights of the Soviet calendar -- a chance for the communist superpower to show off its military might and for ordinary...
Russia restricts visas for British Council staff
Russia restricts visas for British Council staff
Russia announced on Monday it will not issue new entry visas to staff working in the British government's cultural offices in two regions,...
We can persuade Taliban to be peaceful, says aid worker
We can persuade Taliban to be peaceful, says aid worker
Two-thirds of the Taliban-led insurgents in Afghanistan can be persuaded to abandon violence, according to a British aid worker expelled from the...
Sudan pardons UK teacher over teddy-bear insult
Sudan pardons UK teacher over teddy-bear insult
A British woman jailed in Sudan for insulting religion by naming a teddy bear after the Prophet Muhammad was to be released on Monday after being...
British peers in Sudan to seek teddy teacher's release
British peers in Sudan to seek teddy teacher's release
Two Muslim members of Britain's House of Lords were in Khartoum on Saturday to seek the release of a British woman teacher jailed for insulting...
Sudan charges UK teacher with insulting religion
Sudan charges UK teacher with insulting religion
A British teacher detained in Sudan after her class called a teddy bear Muhammad was charged on Wednesday with insulting Islam in a move that...
Sudan may charge teacher over teddy bear
Sudan may charge teacher over teddy bear
Sudan could charge a British school teacher within 24 hours for insulting the Muslim Prophet Muhammad by naming a teddy bear, the deputy justice...
Sudan questions British teacher over Islam insult
Sudan questions British teacher over Islam insult
Sudanese authorities began questioning a British teacher on Tuesday arrested for insulting Islam after her young students named a teddy bear...
Zim election battle turns to recount
Zim election battle turns to recount
Zimbabwean election officials are expected on Saturday to begin a partial recount of votes from the March 29 elections despite opposition protests...
Mugabe set to come out fighting
Mugabe set to come out fighting
Zimbabwe's beleaguered President Robert Mugabe was set on Friday to make his first keynote speech since the country's disputed polls at celebrations to mark the 28th anniversary of the country's independence....
US, UK journalists released on bail in Zim
US, UK journalists released on bail in Zim
A Zimbabwean court on Monday released a United States journalist and a British national on bail after charging them with reporting on the March 29...

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