• A three-question logical assessment is said to be the world's shortest IQ test.• The quicker you answer the question, the higher your IQ is.• Only 17% of people have achieved a perfect score. The Reflection
• France vs Croatia, World Cup final 2018: live score and latest updates The English nation has spent three days imagining what it might have been like to play a World Cup final, and then over 90 minutes
Not got time to re-watch all three original Star Wars movies ahead of JJ Abrams's forthcoming The Force Awakens? Not got the inclination to re-watch the prequels? Here's our super-helpful (if only sporadically
This war will not put an end to anti-Americanism; it will fan the flames of hatred even higher. It will not end the threat of weapons of mass destruction; it will make possible their further proliferation.
I fought for nothing: Staggering incompetence, egregious corruption & America’s doomed war in Afghanistan
(Reuters/Ahmad Masood) As the U.S. watches Kunduz fall, I’m left contemplating the lessons of a war whose meager gains are evaporating John Rico October 7, 2015 5:00pm (UTC) I’ve been waiting for the of
It is a remarkable fact that the brain, made of neurons and their connections to one another named synapses, is able to remember. After all, if there is one thing we can say about our bodies and about
Put aside ending the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. They weren't so much divisive as the American people changed their mind, once the lying stopped. Ending them was relatively easy. Obama is now taking on
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Syria,David Cameron,Iraq,Middle East and North Africa,World news,Islamic State,UK news,Tunisia,Al-Qaida,Military,Defence policy,Libya Michael Fallon thinks military action should be back on the table.
Underlying the question of whether European leaders and the Greek state will be able to come to terms amid the financial crisis is one even more fundamental: Is there room in Europe for democracy? In Greek
In separate attacks last week, ISIS terrorists killed 39 tourists at a beach resort in Tunisia, and close to 30 worshipers at a Shia Mosque in Kuwait. The onslaught came shortly after the group called
There is an adage in politics that you should never put anything to the vote unless you are sure of the outcome beforehand. On that front, the referendum Greeks will vote in this Sunday is a mistake, the