Nothing will bring back the hundreds of British soldiers killed fighting in Iraq at Tony Blair's behest.
Under a modicum of scrutiny the PM's international 'achievements' quickly unravel
The Con-Dems have had it their way too long. We have to turn this country around
CHINA executed 200 people in the two weeks before the Lunar New Year holiday, Amnesty International claimed yesterday, urging Beijing to cut back on its use of the death penalty.
AS a partial strike to protest against Togo's military-installed, parliament-endorsed new president entered a second day in the capital, West African leaders held an emergency summit yesterday in Niger to discuss the country's fate.
MORE than 60 years after the epic Battle of Stalingrad, Hollywood is building a memorial to honour the sacrifices of former Red Army soldier Naum Sapozhnikov and his fallen comrades.
PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin's cabinet faced a vote of no-confidence in the lower house of parliament yesterday over social welfare changes that triggered massive street protests, but leaders of the pro-Kremlin parliament majority said that the motion would not be carried.
NEPAL'S government said yesterday that it has arrested 43 people to ensure law and order since the king suspended civil liberties and imposed emergency rule last week, but opposition leaders who escaped arrest are regrouping underground and are planning a series of street protests.
PALESTINIAN leader Mahmoud Abbas said yesterday that Israel has agreed to remove major roadblocks as part of its withdrawal from five West Bank towns in coming weeks - the most tangible improvement in the lives of ordinary Palestinians as a result of a fledgling truce.
MAGISTRATES approved a Bill yesterday that would let workers stay on the job longer each week, dismantling France's legally mandated 35-hour workweek.
BUENOS Aires underground workers began a 24-hour strike yesterday to demand higher wages, gridlocking rush-hour traffic.
IRAN'S top nuclear negotiator Hasan Rowhani said yesterday that Tehran wanted to resolve decades of differences with the United States and also warned that a US military strike would not be able to destroy Iran's nuclear facilities.
ISRAELI Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas declared yesterday that their people would stop all violence against each other.