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ExxonMobil tells the Guardian where to stick it

The Guardian has run a piece attacking ExxonMobil for its stubborn, selfish refusal to stop being an oil business. Here’s how the oil giant responded when asked for a quote: “ExxonMobil will not respond to Guardian inquiries because of its
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Memorial for Soldier Murdered by Islamists

Fusilier Lee Rigby, drummer and machine gunner of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers murdered in broad daylight in South-East London by a pair of Islamist terrorists has been honoured in his home town with a bronze memorial. Standing in the Middleton

UK Runs Largest Air-Defence War Game Since Cold War

The 30-aircraft exercise comes amid a backdrop of an increasingly belligerent Russia, but is just as much a message to Whitehall as it is the Kremlin. Whoever wins the forthcoming British general election will have the casting vote over how

Revealed: Bin Laden’s Secret Climate Change Plan

Letters seized from the compound of executed terror leader Osama bin Laden have revealed the deeply prosaic bureaucracy of running a global terror group, and the concern shared by senior members over climate change. Even as American drone strikes were
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Officials: Iran Nuke Talks Solving Some Issues, Not Others

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Iran may accept new constraints to its uranium enrichment program at nuclear talks but is pushing back on how long it must accept limits on technology it could use to make nuclear arms, Western officials told
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British Opera Honours 9/11 Victims

A new small British opera, Between Worlds, is attempting to dramatize what it was like for victims in the World Trade Center on 9/11. Composer Tansy Davies and librettist Nick Drake have collaborated on a work Drake calls “a requiem

EU Crackdown on Tax-Avoidance Spells Trouble for Britain

Something went by unnoticed in the press – an EU crackdown on sweetheart tax deals was announced in a decision by the EU’s Council of Ministers. While there is certainly a public interest to see multinationals pay their fair share, the fact
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German pilot visited glider field near crash site as a child

SISTERON, France (AP) — A member of a gliding club in the French Alps says the German co-pilot accused of crashing a passenger plane nearby frequented the club as a child with his parents. Francis Kefer, a member of the

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