Mali and rebels fail to reach deal in third round of peace talks
BAMAKO (Reuters) - Negotiations between the Malian government and mostly Tuareg rebel groups, held in Algiers, broke up on Thursday without an agreement on northern Mali, officials for both sides said.
Creating a veggie oasis in the food desert
As the nation prepares its collective Thanksgiving feast, some volunteers are working hard to bring fresh food directly into areas where junk food reigns supreme
Iran Supreme Leader says not opposed to extension of nuclear talks
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's supreme leader made clear on Thursday he backed extended nuclear talks with world powers, shoring up Tehran's negotiating team against attacks by his hardline acolytes for failing to secure a deal that could have meant major relief from sanctions.
London financier Hohn ordered to pay wife 337 million pounds in divorce case
LONDON (Reuters) - Billionaire hedge fund manager Chris Hohn has been ordered to pay his estranged wife Jamie Cooper-Hohn 337 million pounds in one of the largest divorce settlements in British legal history, the BBC reported on Thursday.
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Most chickens sold in UK stores have traces of food bug - watchdog
LONDON (Reuters) - Almost three-quarters of fresh chickens sold by British retailers were found to have traces of a potentially fatal food-poisoning bug, a food watchdog warned on Thursday and said major grocers were not doing enough to tackle the problem.
Britain unveils tough anti-terror bill despite concerns London (AFP) - Britain on Wednesday unveiled draft legislation to ban extremist preachers from universities, increase surveillance on suspected radicals and stem the flow of jihadists joining the Islamic State group.
London (AFP) - Britain on Wednesday unveiled draft legislation to ban extremist preachers from universities, increase surveillance on suspected radicals and stem the flow of jihadists joining the Islamic State group.