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1. Buckingham Palace Trespasser Is Convicted Murderer
May 20, 2016

LONDON— A man convicted of murder for beating a homeless man to death climbed over a wall and wandered around the grounds of Buckingham Palace while Queen Elizabeth II was at home, British prosecutors said Friday. Dennis Hennessy, 41, pleaded guilty to trespass during an appearance Friday at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London. He was arrested in the palace grounds on Wednesday evening. Police said he was not armed and claimed security measures had “worked effectively.'' Prosecutor Tom Nicholson told the court that Hennessy walked around the gardens for about... (read more)

2. Full-bodied design - Beer Bar!
November 18, 2015

By Rutvi Ashar Photography: Andreas Scheiblecker Courtesy LABVERT Vienna-based architecture and design studio, LABVERT’s design of a craft beer brewery makes a ‘ceremonial hero’ of the product and the experience of gurgling beer! Known for their expertise in shop design, with success stories the likes of Dior Cosmetics, Hennessy and Chivas, Royal Salute, Ar. Stephan Vary and his team successfully deliver an integrated design solution that adds vigour to a craft beer bar - its tasting table and storage installation, both inspired from the product and its method of fermentation! ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. Replica Blanpain Villeret Monopulsante Rattrapante Chronograph 6086-3642-55b
November 03, 2013

Dior watches are a subsidiary of LVMH (Mo?t Hennessy Louis Vuitton) and could be the mixture of the creative talents of John Galliano, Victoire de Castellane, and Replica Breitling Hedi Slimane. Dior watches are a subsidiary of LVMH (Mo?t Hennessy Louis Vuitton) and is the mixture of the creative talents of John Galliano, Victoire de Castellane, and Hedi Slimane. Dior's "La Baby D de Dior" is quite well-liked amongst the a lot of consumers. It incorporates stainless steel blue mom of pearl inside a circled style of diamond and bezel, which provides freshness to the color and dazzle t... (read more)

Author: Bethshaya Hoy

4. Russia Warns West Against Military Action in Syria
August 26, 2013

LONDON — Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called on Western states to “avoid past mistakes” and not take military action in Syria. But European governments are considering their response after hundreds of civilians were allegedly killed by Syrian government forces near Damascus last week in a chemical weapons attack. Lavrov said military intervention against the government  without the approval of the United Nations would be a “gross violation of international law.” He made the comments at a press conference only hours after Britain’... (read more)

5. The Hennessy - A Flip Open Smartphone
August 19, 2013

Contrary to what typical smartphones look like, Samsung has a different offering for the current market. The company has just launched “The Hennessy” – a new device that flips open instead of the usual smartphone design that consumers are accustomed to. This new handset is fresh but it takes its design from previous models of Samsung phones. This is not the first time that flip handsets are introduced but for sure, you will not be disappointed with the features that this Samsung smartphone offers. Here are some of the fresh features of “the Hennessy”: • It comes with a dual touc... (read more)

Author: Steph Jones

6. Doctors Prevent Blindness With 'Revolutionary' Phone App
August 15, 2013

LONDON — Since January hundreds of Kenyans have undergone eye tests, not in a clinic with a doctor, but on their own doorstep, using a smart-phone application.  The app uses a camera to scan the lens of the eye for cataracts, and its developers say it could save millions of people from blindness.  Dr. Andrew Bastawrous from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine developed the new application along with a small team. He is currently in Nakuru, Kenya, where he is testing the technology, and told VOA that it appears to be working. “They are absolutely lovin... (read more)

7. Europe Emerges From Double-Dip Recession
August 14, 2013

LONDON — The eurozone's 18-month double-dip recession has finally come to an end, with the bloc growing three-tenths of one percent in the second quarter of 2013. But analysts say growth is patchy and the labor market is still a long way from recovery. Europe's largest economy, Germany, has driven the recovery with seven-tenths of one percent growth. And in France, the second largest economy, growth reached half a percent -- twice what had been predicted. Jonathan Loynes, chief European economist at Capital Economics, an economic research consulting firm, says European consume... (read more)

8. Swiss Town Bans Asylum Seekers from Public Spaces
August 09, 2013

LONDON — A small town in Switzerland says it will ban asylum-seekers from certain public places, including the local swimming pool and library. The move has caused outrage, especially among human rights groups who say it's "racist" and warn the policy could spread to other parts of the country. But analysts say even as politicians across economically stagnant Europe are using anti-immigration rhetoric as a way to gain popular support, national and international laws should protect immigrants’ rights. The town of Bremgarten is banning asylum seekers from a total of 32 ... (read more)

9. Rights Group: Wave of Political Assassinations Paralyzes Libya
August 08, 2013

LONDON — Human Rights Watch [HRW] says more than 50 people have died in a broadening wave of apparent political assassinations in the cities of Benghazi and Derna in volatile eastern Libya. Analysts say the state has been unable to reign in the violence that has taken place during the two years since Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi was ousted in 2011. The rights group said two of those killed were judges and 44 were serving members of the security forces. Most held positions in the Gadhafi government and at least six were high-ranking officers during his leadership. Hanan Salah, a Libya... (read more)

10. Italy Accepts Migrants Stranded in Mediterranean
August 07, 2013

LONDON — Italy has agreed to take in more than 100 migrants who have been stranded for days on a tanker in the Mediterranean after Malta refused to allow them entry.  Malta and other Mediterranean countries like Italy and Greece are calling for the European Union to share the burden as migrants flood to EU's entry points and, they say, swamp their local populations.  The migrants arrived in Italy on Wednesday.  They were rescued from their badly damaged inflatable boat by a tanker off the coast of Libya on Sunday and had been stranded since then. Four pregnant women... (read more)

11. Europeans Lose Trust in Governments
August 03, 2013

LONDON — Years into an economic crisis that has rocked the eurozone, European citizens are losing trust in their governments. A recent survey found that trust in political parties is at an all-time low with up to 90 percent in some countries saying politicians are affected by corruption. The survey comes as a number of top political figures in Italy, Spain, and France face allegations of fraud and tax evasion. Across Europe, citizens are losing trust in their governments. A recent study carried out by the corruption watchdog Transparency International surveyed people in 107 countries.... (read more)

12. Spain PM Resists Calls for His Resignation
August 01, 2013

LONDON — Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy admitted Thursday that he has made "mistakes" related to a corruption scandal engulfing his party, but he faced down calls for his resignation. Analysts say Rajoy is betting that the economy will save his political career - as Spain, like other euro countries, finally see a slow move toward economic recovery. A number of top members of Spain’s governing Popular Party are accused of taking under-the-table payments over the course of almost two decades. Rajoy is one of the alleged recipients. Luis Barcenas, the party&rsqu... (read more)

13. UN: Women’s Rights at Risk in Afghan Peace Process
July 30, 2013

LONDON — Since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, the rights of Afghan have progressed: Women are in school, the workplace and government.   But those advances could well be jeopardized in coming months, according to a new report by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).   While CEDAW chief Nicole Ameline has received assurances of Afghan officials that women’s rights will be upheld after international troops depart in 18 months, the U.N.'s most recent gender-inequality index indicates the status of women in Afghanistan... (read more)

14. Major Accidents Make for 'Tragic Summer' in Europe
July 29, 2013

LONDON — Dozens of people have been killed in a road accident in southern Italy after a bus plunged off a highway. The Italian accident comes only days after one of the worst train wrecks in Spain’s history killed more than 70 people. In Italy on Monday, relatives of those killed in the bus accident gathered at a local school. Its gym has been converted into a makeshift morgue. Nearly 40 people, including the bus's driver, were killed in the accident Sunday night, and about 10 people were injured. Disturbing tragedy Antonio De Stefano is mayor of Monteforte Irpino, a t... (read more)

15. Tag Heuer will open its third Australian flagship
July 24, 2013

Tag Heuer will open its third Australian flagship at Precision Group’s MacArthur Central in Brisbane. The centre also includes of a full line Woolworths supermarket and JB Hi-Fi store. replica Tag Heuer watches, owned by French fashion group LVMH Moet Hennessy, has taken a 10 year lease, occupying the high profile corner of the city’s Edward and Elizabeth streets. Edward St has fast become the city’s luxury retail strip, with Tag Heuer following the likes of surrounding high end tenants such as Ralph Lauren, Oroton, Hardy Brothers, and replica Omega “Our location continues to wo... (read more)

Author: jijiji lilili

16. Human Rights Groups: Donor Countries Fuel Abuse in Ethiopia
July 23, 2013

LONDON — Two new reports published this month say sustainable development in Ethiopia is impossible without a specific focus on human rights. The reports say donor countries should bear responsibility for ensuring their aid money is not used to fuel abuse. Ethiopia receives billions of dollars in international aid every year. It is money that is used to help improve basic services like access to health and education. But human-rights campaigners say there also is widespread abuse that takes place in Africa’s second most populous country. And they say donors need to face up to wh... (read more)

17. Deforestation Slows in Congo Basin
July 22, 2013

LONDON — Tree loss in the Congo Basin rainforest is slowing down, according to a new study published Monday.  The Congo Basin rainforest is the world's second largest, after the Amazon, and scientists say the study is good news for the global environment. "What we saw is in the 1990s about 285,000 hectares each year removed over Central Africa.  And this has declined by over 100,000 hectares in the 2000s.  So there was a big drop in deforestation rate in Central Africa between the 1990s and the 2000s, which is quite a surprising result," said Simon Lewis from... (read more)

18. Merkel Downplays Rumors of Second Greek Writeoff
July 19, 2013

LONDON — German Chancellor Angela Merkel has played down speculation that Greece could get a second debt writedown, saying that could destabilize the eurozone.  But some analysts say a debt writedown might be exactly what's needed to keep the euro zone on track to recovery.  Merkel held the chancellor's annual summer news conference Friday, giving her an important opportunity to address the media just months before Germans vote in the September federal election. Europe's ongoing debt crisis is a major campaign issue and Greece was one of the main topics.   ... (read more)

19. British Lawmakers Voice Concerns Over Arms Exports
July 17, 2013

LONDON — Britain has issued billions of dollars’ worth of export licenses for the sale of military equipment to states that are considered possible rights violators, it was revealed on Wednesday. The countries include Syria, Iran and China. The report by British lawmakers on Wednesday said there is an “inherent conflict” between Britain’s arms exports and its human rights policies.   The Foreign Office has a list of 27 countries where the government has concerns about human rights violations. Only two of those countries, South Sudan and North Korea, do not ... (read more)

20. British Broadcaster to Air Daily Call to Prayer During Ramadan
July 08, 2013

LONDON — One of Britain's main broadcasters is set to air the Muslim call to prayer live every morning during the month of Ramadan.  Channel 4 says it is an act of "deliberate provocation" aimed at viewers who might associate Islam with extremism.  The move is proving controversial. Channel 4 is set to broadcast the three-minute call to prayer at about 3 a.m. on each of the 30 days of Ramadan.  The other four daily prayers will be broadcast on its website. Programmers say it is a way to challenge conceptions of Islam in Britain and provide a voice for the ... (read more)

21. Portugal's PM Claims a 'Formula' for Government Survival
July 05, 2013

LONDON — Portugal's prime minister says he has negotiated with his coalition partners to keep his government intact despite two top resignations this week. The government has been on the brink of collapse after struggling to fulfill tough bailout conditions.   After holding crisis talks with Portugal’s President, Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho said he had found a "formula" that will hold his government together.   "I will do everything to guarantee the necessary solutions that will enable the government to work towards fulfilling its eco... (read more)

22. Portuguese Government Scrambles to Avert Political Crisis
July 04, 2013

LONDON — Portugal's leaders worked to save their coalition government Thursday after two cabinet members resigned. The political turmoil in Portugal has been rocking the markets, and analysts say it is a clear indicator the eurozone crisis is far from over. A spokesperson for the Portuguese government said Thursday that talks between the prime minister and his coalition partners were taking place in a “very positive atmosphere.” No further details were given. Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho was meeting with the leader of the rightist CDS-PP party to heal the rift th... (read more)

23. 2001-2010 UN Report Shows Accelerated Warming
July 03, 2013

LONDON — The world experienced unprecedented climate extremes during the first decade of this century, according to a new report by the World Meteorological Organization. Global bodies are gearing up to help nations cope with changing climate conditions. The report, published Wednesday, analyzed global and regional temperatures and precipitation. It found that every year of the decade, except 2008, was among the 10 warmest since records began more than 150 years ago. The report also looked at extreme events, including heat waves in Europe and Russia, Hurricane Katrina in the United St... (read more)

24. LVMH Acquires Controlling Stake In MAKE UP FOR EVER Cosmetics
June 29, 2013

PARIS--(Business WIRE)--Nov. 4, 1999-- LVMH LVMH Moët Hennessy-Louis Vuitton (upscale retailer) Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton The Louis Vuitton Company (more commonly known simply as Louis Vuitton) is really a luxury French fashion and leather goods brand and company, headquartered in Paris, France. marketplace for over-the-counter securities. Established in 1971 by the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), NASDAQ is definitely an automated quotation method that reports on :LVMHY), the world's top luxury goods group, now announced that it has acquired a controlling equity stake i... (read more)

Author: Todd Melancon

25. Brahimi: Delay on International Syria Conference
June 25, 2013

LONDON — It is unlikely that a Syrian peace conference will take place in July as planned, according to United Nations special representative Lakhdar Brahimi.   Russia and the United States agreed in early May to convene an international conference aimed at finding a peaceful resolution to Syria’s conflict. Earlier this month delegates from Russia and the United States, along with Brahimi, had a first meeting aimed at preparing the way for that conference, which they said would “hopefully” take place in July. But speaking to reporters Tuesday in Geneva, just ... (read more)

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