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Gulf states unhappy about U.N. chief's ceasefire appeal - sources| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

Gulf states unhappy about U.N. chief's ceasefire appeal - sources| Reuters

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Several Gulf Arab states are unhappy about U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon's call for an immediate ceasefire by all sides in Yemen and are expected to raise the issue in a meeting with him early next week, U.N. #Politics #Business #Economy #Sports #France #markets #Italy #Latin America #opinion
U.S. Republican Huckabee to announce 2016 presidential decision May 5| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

U.S. Republican Huckabee to announce 2016 presidential decision May 5| Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, a Republican, said on Friday that he will make an announcement on May 5 about whether or not he will run for president in 2016. Huckabee said in an interview on Fox News that he will announce his plans in his hometown of Hope, Arkansas. Huckabee, who left office in 2007, first ran for president in 2008. #Economy #Sports #India #France #Argentina #Latin America #Mexico #lifestyle
In Labour's Scottish bastion, nationalists prepare an upset| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

In Labour's Scottish bastion, nationalists prepare an upset| Reuters

GLASGOW/LONDON (Reuters) - In Scotland's biggest city, nationalists have triggered a once-in-a-century shift in political loyalties that could dash Labour leader Ed Miliband's dreams of winning the May 7 election and thrust secessionist 'kingmakers' to the heart of British power. The shifting currents in Glasgow, the citadel of Scottish socialism for more than a century, show the seriousness of the nationalists' bid to end Labour's dominance of Scotland, a significant change in recent British political history. The nationalist challenge could trigger events after the election that threaten the future of the United Kingdom and possibly its membership of the European Union. #Politics #United States #India #Technology #markets #Africa #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #opinion #lifestyle
Physicists try to make sense of a dark matter puzzle from space| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

Physicists try to make sense of a dark matter puzzle from space| Reuters

GENEVA (Reuters) - A minibus-sized box of sensors whizzing round the earth every 91 minutes has sent back data that is tantalising theorists who want to know why their existing model of the universe no longer adds up. Clamped to the International Space Station, the 7.5-tonne Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) intercepts particles from outer space, looking for evidence of "dark matter", which has never been seen but is thought to be five times as abundant in the universe as visible matter #Economy #United States #Technology #France #science #Copyright #Latin America #Entertainment #lifestyle