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- Special Forces’ suicide rates hit record levels — casualties of ‘hard combat’
Topic - Bbc
As Earth Day approaches, four BBC-TV collections of documentaries on birds and bears have arrived on DVD, Blu-ray.
A Facebook page that smeared soldiers as cowards who deserved to be raped and murdered has been deleted by the social media website because its author hid his real name from the company — not because of the content.
Moscow's highest-ranking officials are demanding that NATO explain its recently announced plans to bolster military presence in Eastern Europe.
Socialists in France admit their party just took a big hit in recent municipal elections, as preliminary results show voters took out their frustrations with a lagging economy and opted for more center-right candidates.
Hundreds of militants believed to be members of the Islamist group Boko Haram attacked an army barracks in Nigeria March 14, the latest event in the country’s years of violence from the group.
In a decison praised by the local Church, a judge in India sentenced three persons Friday for the 2008 rape of a nun during mob violence against Christians in the state of Odisha.
The American company Chiquita has struck a deal with the Irish Fyffes to create ChiquitaFyffes, the world's largest banana firm with an approximate worth of $1 billion.
"Ripper Street" has been rescued.
Chinese authorities say the vice minister of public security has been formally fired over corruption allegations.
Fulham fired manager Rene Meulensteen and appointed Felix Magath on Friday, saying "action was required" in its bid to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
Ralph Waite, who played the much beloved father, John Walton Sr., in the long-running, family-friendly Waltons show, has died. He was 85.
An al Qaeda-linked group in Syria has reported that a British national was involved in a suicide bombing — the first U.K. jihadist attack of that nature, if the report is confirmed to be true.
Bionics researchers have made a breakthrough, creating a new hand for amputees with fingers that allow the wearer to actually feel sensations.
When British collector Martin Lang submitted one of his paintings to a French committee, he was hoping to find out if it was an authentic work by Marc Chagall.
Moscow police say they've arrested the gunman who entered a school and took 20 students hostage Monday, killing an officer and a biology teacher.