Australian PM Turnbull leads gov't popularity surge — poll

October 19, 2015 by · Comments Off on Australian PM Turnbull leads gov't popularity surge — poll 

CANBERRA, Oct. 19 — Australian voters are swinging drastically back in favor of the government, after a new poll revealed that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was three times as popular as Opposition Leader Bill Shorten as the nation's preferred Prime Minister.

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UNICEF warns that Ukraine could face HIV disaster

February 7, 2015 by · Comments Off on UNICEF warns that Ukraine could face HIV disaster 

MOSCOW, Feb. 6 — Hundreds of children were born with HIV in Ukraine in 2014 because of a shortage of anti-retroviral drugs, leading to a potential health care "disaster," Sky News reported Friday.

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UK Home Secretary concerned over gangs forcing children to sell drugs

January 16, 2015 by · Comments Off on UK Home Secretary concerned over gangs forcing children to sell drugs 

MOSCOW, Jan. 15 — Home Secretary Theresa May expressed concern over the practice of criminal gangs in the United Kingdom forcing children to sell hard drugs within the country, the Sky News reported Thursday.

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2 workers dead, 4 injured in gas leak at South Korea LG plant

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MOSCOW, Jan. 12 –- Two workers were killed and four others injured following a nitrogen gas leak at an LG factory north of Seoul manufacturing liquid crystal displays, according to Yonhap News Agency.

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Suspected hacker questioned in Finland but not arrested

January 2, 2015 by · Comments Off on Suspected hacker questioned in Finland but not arrested 

HELSINKI, Jan. 2 — Finnish police admitted on Thursday that they have questioned a suspected hacker against Microsoft and Sony, but denied that the hacker has been detained.

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UK sends 30 volunteers to West Africa to help contain Ebola: reports

November 24, 2014 by · Comments Off on UK sends 30 volunteers to West Africa to help contain Ebola: reports 

MOSCOW, Nov. 23 — A cohort of about 30 UK health workers, all volunteers, are set to depart to West Africa to help with the treatment of the Ebola virus, Sky News reported Saturday.

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