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The Balfour Declaration Wasn't Enough
World  (tags: Britain, weapons, targeting, systems, dronesm armoured, vehicle, kill, civilians, innocent, Palestinians Gaza, Gazans, Israel, warm crimes, crimes, against, humanity, Balfour, Declaration )

Sam
- 48 days ago - independent.co.uk
Evidence that weapons with components made in Britain are being used against Gaza - ranging from weapons control and targeting systems to ammunition, drones and armoured vehicles.
Missing 89-Year-Old Veteran Spotted at D-Day Event While Others Parachute in (TEXT and VIDEO)
World  (tags: WWII, parachute regiment, Britain, Allied Forces, 70th Anniversary, world, war, interesting, media, europe )

Carrie
- 105 days ago - rawstory.com
At least two 89-year-old veterans went to great lengths to attend the events honoring the 70th anniversary of the Allied Forces' invasion of Normandy, commonly known as "D-Day," The Guardian reported.
Argentina Presses Claim to Falkland Islands, Accusing UK of Colonialism
World  (tags: world, politics, Falklands DIspute, Britain, Argentina, colonialism, territorial dispute, news, conflict, government )

Cal
- 622 days ago - cnn.com
Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is once again calling on the UK to hand back the Falkland Islands -- known in Argentina as Las Malvinas -- accusing Britain of blatant colonialism.
Britain Says Hizbullah Offering Support to 'Tyrant' Assad
World  (tags: geopolitics, regional politics, Syria, Britain, Iran, iran, politics, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', violence, world, news, middle-east, humanrights )

Cal
- 974 days ago - naharnet.com
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday accused Hizbullah and its main regional ally Iran of supporting the Syrian regime's violent crackdown on the country's uprising.
Food Giant Princes Accused of Selling Endangered Tuna on the High Street
World  (tags: Britain, Princes, Food company, tuna, endangered species, tradeing )

Anna
- 1326 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
One of Britain's best known food companies is selling endangered tuna - despite boasting that it doesn't trade in threatened fish.Princes, the UK's biggest seller of canned fish, has admitted to using bigeye tuna, a vulnerable species which appears on the
Libya: Threats About Lockerbie Bomber
World  (tags: Britain, conflict, government, Libya, middle-east, politics, society, terrorism, violence )

Kit
- 1382 days ago - reuters.com
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi threatened to cut trade with Britain and warned of "enormous repercussions" if the Lockerbie bomber died in jail, Britain's Guardian newspaper said on Wednesday, citing U.S. diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks.
Prince William 'Saves Man's Life' in Chopper Rescue
World  (tags: World, news, rescue, Prince William, Wales, UK, Britain, United Kingdom )

Robert
- 1397 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Britain's Prince William was involved in a military helicopter rescue mission to save a stricken man just 48 hours after announcing his engagement, defence officials confirmed Sunday.
Bin Laden 'Personally Approved' Attacks on Europe
World  (tags: bin laden, attack, britain, france, germany )

Sophie
- 1449 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
Intelligence experts have launched investigations into reports that Osama bin Laden personally approved Mumbai-style attacks on Britain, France and Germany.
Liberal Democrats Set Out Terms for Torture Inquiry
World  (tags: 9/11, torture, twin towers, Britain, inquiry, politics, government )

Michelle
- 1460 days ago - guardian.co.uk
The Liberal Democrats today set out what they think the terms of the government's upcoming inquiry into torture should be.In July David Cameron announced a judicial inquiry into Britain's role in torture and rendition since the al-Qaida attack
Nine Million Adults in Britain Have Never Used the Internet, Study Finds
World  (tags: adults, Britain, internet, education, people, economy )

Anna
- 1482 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Over nine million adults in Britain have never used the internet, new research has revealed.A study by the Office of National Statistics found the elderly, widowed and people on lower incomes were less likely to connect to the internet.
Has One of the World's Deadliest Spiders Been Found in Britain? 'Funnel Web' Spotted Outside a Garden Shed in Gloucester
World  (tags: world, deadliest spiders, Britain, Gloucester, animal )

Nancy
- 1503 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
One of the deadliest spiders in the world has been captured on camera in the wild in Britain - outside a garden shed in Goucester.Les Fryer, 71, saw a highly poisonous funnel-web - the first time the species has ever been found in Britain.
Britain Will Abstain From Goldstone UN Vote
World  (tags: middle-east, Israel, Goldstone report, United Nations, Britain, voting )

Beatrice
- 1687 days ago - thejc.com
Britain will abstain from a crucial United Nations vote today over whether to endorse the Goldstone Report, despite urgent calls from Israel for Gordon Brown to reject it. The UN Human Rights Council will vote in Geneva on whether to accept the report
The World's Radioactive Rubbish Is Piling Up
World  (tags: radioactive, rubbish, Britain, Japan, the Pacific Sandpiper, cargo, safety features, nuclear waste, nuclear weapons, regulations, problem )

Naoko
- 1689 days ago - search.japantimes.co.jp
The Pacific Sandpiper, a specially built cargo ship with safety features far in excess of those found on conventional vessels, left Britain's Barrow port bound for Japan the other day. The security surrounding its departure on Jan.21 indicates that
Britain's War Inquiry Panel Opens Hearings on Iraq
World  (tags: iraq, world, government, Britain, politics, war )

Cal
- 1760 days ago - latimes.com
One of the first officials interviewed about the decision by Tony Blair's government to join the U.S.-led war speaks of 'drumbeats in Washington' before 9/11 to oust Hussein.
UK Did Not Want to Hurt Ties With Libya: Letters
World  (tags: Lockerbie bomber, prisoner transfer deal, Libya, Britain, Scotland, U.S., politics )

Rosemary
- 1843 days ago - ca.news.yahoo.com
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain did not want to offend Libya by excluding the Lockerbie bomber from a prisoner transfer deal and was told his death in a Scottish jail would damage relations with Tripoli, official documents showed on Tuesday. Continues >
 

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