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Argana, a cafe on the corner of the main square in Marrakech, is the perfect stopping-point for tourists new to the Moroccan city. And so, when an explosion went off shortly after midday today, killing 14 people and critically injuring another 20, my thoughts turned immediately to terrorism.
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There are some massive games at the bottom of the Premiership on Saturday and one that catches my eye involves the team on the worst run in the top flight – Blackpool. They play Stoke, who are buzzing after reaching the FA Cup final.
One of the few annoyances of life as a newspaper correspondent in Los Angeles are emails from luxury goods and clothing manufacturers informing me that a minor celebrity happens to be wearing their stuff to a forthcoming event.
“QPaaaagh!” whined a Rangers supporter, who was about to unleash his thoughts on majority shareholder Bernie Ecclestone’s comments, which suggested that offers to purchase stakes in the club wouldn’t fall on deaf ears if his colleague Flavio Briatore listened in. Let’s hear some more.
One half of the property dream team speaks about preparation for the royal wedding street parties, flirting with Kirsty and his favourite parts of the world.
Number 601 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No was asked by the indispensable Paul Waugh yesterday of David Cameron’s instant footnote in history, “Calm down, dear.”
DELHI: India used to be a proud leader of the old Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), standing notionally between the US and Soviet blocs, but always tilting towards Moscow.
It is therefore both apt and heartening to hear today reports that the government is taking a truly NAM-style route on an $11bn contract for fighter jets by rejecting [...]
Divide and conquer. One of the oldest methods of colonialist powers. Sow seeds of division amongst the people you are there to “civilise”, in order to weaken their resistance against your occupation of their land.
Since 2006, when democratic elections in Palestine led to the victory of Hamas, and the subsequent US-backed Fatah attempted coup to [...]
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