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David Cameron Warned To Stop 'Pandering To Ukip Prejudices' And Soften Tone On Immigration Threat

David Cameron has been accused of "pandering to prejudice, uncertainty and anger" as he responds to the threat posed by UKIP.<p>The prime minister is …

Graduating with loads of debt and no job: is this really a 'lost generation'?

I was already signing on when I graduated. This was not unusual, but during the ceremony I felt pretty sad and hopeless. It was difficult to quaff champagne and toast our futures when I couldn't make rent. Plus I was horrifically hungover, thanks to the four-bottles-for-a-tenner wine deal my dad …

The heroes and villains of 2013

What makes a modern-day hero? And what constitutes villainy? Increasingly, we have to figure out the good and bad of life for ourselves. As a handy guide, we offer our annual list of the year's heroes and villains...<p>It’s the same every year. The heroes get the honours, and the villains get the …

Riots erupt in Egypt after deadly bombing

There have been riots in the Egyptian city of Mansoura after the bombing of a police station that killed 14 people.<p>Police said on Tuesday three bombs had been planted before the explosion at the police station, two of which went off at almost at the same time. The third one, found in a car nearby, …

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Nelson Mandela Memorial: Photos From Celebration Of Madiba's Life

A boy with "Rest In Peace Nelson Mandela" painted on his face looks up to the skies during the memorial service for former South African president Nelson Mandela at the FNB Stadium in Soweto, near Johannesburg, South Africa, Tuesday Dec. 10, 2013. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)<p>A couple sits under …

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Nelson Mandela reaches final resting place in ancestral village of Qunu

Nearly a century after he roamed these fields as a boy herding sheep and calves, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was buried on Sunday in a curated garden of aloe plants, rocky outcrops and meandering paths atop a hill.<p>A black blanket with white stripes that had belonged to South Africa's first …

Nelson Mandela statue unveiled in Pretoria by Zuma

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1037000/1037197_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524684619_dcdc744c49e5886cbd0628e4aeeaccf3<p><b>A statue of Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black president, has been unveiled in the capital, Pretoria, a day after he was buried.</b><p>The nine-metre …

Iraqi gunmen kill five journalists in Tikrit

Nuaimi, who works for the Al-Mosuliyah TV, was murdered as she was walking near her home in Mosul, 400 kilometres northwest of Baghdad.<p>The latest attacks in Tikrit takes the number of journalists killed in Iraq to 14 in less than three months.<p><b>Mortar attack in Abu Ghraib</b><p>Other violence on Monday left …

Prisoners go on hunger strike in Egypt

More than three hundred prisoners, including Al Jazeera reporter Abdulla Al Shami, in Egypt have gone on hunger strike to protest against "ill-treatment" and the conditions they're being held in.<p>The prisoners, who went on hunger strike on Monday, have said their cells are full of insects and that …

Freed Pussy Riot pair ramp up Putin protests

The final member of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot to be freed from jail has called for an EU boycott of the Sochi Winter Olympics.<p>Nadezhda Tolokonnikova made the call after being freed from her Siberian jail on Monday, hours after fellow band member Maria Alekhina was released under an amnesty …

Aerial assault on Syria's Aleppo continues

More than 80 people have reportedly been killed in intense aerial attacks by government forces on the northwest Syrian city of Aleppo and nearby towns.<p>President Bashar al-Assad's forces' nine-day bombardment of rebel-held areas of Aleppo, Syria's biggest city, has killed more than 300 people, as …

Snowden declares 'mission accomplished'

Edward Snowden has declared his mission "accomplished" just six months after he first leaked National Security Agency (NSA) secrets that triggered a re-evaluation of US surveillance policies.<p>I am still working for the NSA right now. They are the only ones who don't realise it.<p>Edward Snowden , …

Deadly blast rocks Egyptian police station

A powerful car bomb explosion has rocked a police headquarters in an Egyptian city north of Cairo, killing at least 14 people and injuring 150, officials said.<p>Al Jazeera's Mohamed Fahmy, reporting from Cairo, said Ansar Beit al-Makdis, an armed group active in the Sinai peninsula, has claimed …

Man of Steel and Batman vs. Superman producer talks Batfleck and Wonder Woman

Regular Zack Snyder producing partner Wesley Coller has been speaking to MLive ahead of a speech he’s set to deliver at Eastern Michigan University, …

Arsène Wenger admits Arsenal have been psychologically affected by recent high-profile defeats

Arsenal manager says losing to Manchester City and Napoli has affected the team's positive mentality<p>Arsène Wenger has admitted that <b>Arsenal</b> have been psychologically affected by their first significant wobble of the season but is adamant that the “unbelievable focus” of his players will ensure they …

Arsenal playmaker Wilshere reacted to children jibes | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - The abusive hand gesture Jack Wilshere directed at Manchester City fans this month was a reaction to jibes about his children, the Arsenal and England midfielder explained on Tuesday.<p>Arsenal's Jack Wilshere reacts after losing their English Premier League soccer match against …

David Cameron says Britain should be 'grateful' to Christians

In his Christmas message, Prime Minister David Cameron says Britain should be grateful to Christians who "live out to the letter" the verse of the Bible<p>Britain should be grateful to the millions of Christians "who live out the letter" of the Bible by being good to their neighbours, setting up clubs …

Better late than never, Alan Turing is finally pardoned

The man believed by many to be responsible for saving Britain from the Nazis has finally been granted a posthumous pardon, 59 years after his …