President urges states to raise school standards Obama: America's 'primacy in the world' at stake in education reform President urges states to raise school standards Obama: America's 'primacy in the world' at stake in education reform
French double murder suspect commits suicide in prison A Frenchman accused of a double murder was found dead in his prison cell on Saturday in an apparent suicide having hanged himself using his bed sheet, the justice ministry and prison union officials said.
London Fashion Week: Twenty8twelve, with Sienna Miller and sister Savannah Sisters Sienna and Savannah Miller, designers of Twenty8twelve, show their autumn/winter 2010 collection at London Fashion Week.
Glen Johnson close to Liverpool return
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is hopeful defender Glen Johnson will be fit enough to return to action in the next week.
European banks 'need €240bn a year in fund-raising' Europe's biggest banks may need to raise €240bn (£211bn) annually for the next three years to fund existing and new businesses, Citigroup analysts have warned.
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Yvo de Boer’s resignation as chief of the United Nations’ climate change negotiations reminds us that countries must pursue parallel tracks to reduce emissions.
Feeding the hungry in Haiti: Canadian soldiers and sailors provide security for World Food Program
Gay footballers: A message of hope for gay football players No votes for prisoners Mossad assassins strike again