10) POLITICS: War, International, National, Local Archive
NORTH KOREAN GOVERNMENT INTRODUCES REFORMS TO IMPROVE THE WELFARE OF ITS PEOPLE
From NDN Staff Writer
At the beginning of 2014, nextdaynews announced 12 predictions concerning news events that were likely to occur before the end of the year. One of the most unlikely ...
2014 EU ELECTION RESULTS PUTS ONE THIRD OF MEP SCEPTICS AT HEART OF EUROPE
From Jean Morel
Federalist MEPs have been stunned by yesterday’s European vote as nearly half of Europe’s citizens gave the thumbs-down to any further integration. Their own Eurobarometer poll...
GILLARD PROMOTES FEDERAL GUN CONTROL LEGISLATION
From Michael Dempsey
Ms Gillard instructed Mr Clare to explore the limits of the federal government's legal and constitutional responsibilities in combating crime, in...
FRANKFURT TO HOST 24 OUT OF 26 MEETINGS, IN 2014, FOR THE GOVERNING AND GENERAL COUNCILS OF ECB
From Mark Schiffler
The Governing Council has a full agenda as its members settle in for wide- ranging discussions over the next 12 months.
Since the summer of 2012 substantial progress has been made in....
RUSSIAN DEAL SILENCES OPPOSITION AS UKRAINE MOVES AWAY FROM EU
From Gregor Lamsky
Russian President Vladimir Putin has agreed to buy $15 billion (11 billion euros) of Ukraine's debt in eurobonds and slash its gas bill by a third to preserve Kremlin....
SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM WILL BE RESOUNDINGLY REJECTED AS VOTERS CHOOSE STABILITY
From 2014 Prediction 6
We are forecasting a strong turnout with a high No vote as Scottish voters baulk at the high cost and high risks associated with splitting from the UK.
NORTH KOREA TO BE LIBERATED IN 2014 AS INTERNAL PRESSURES UNDERMINE CONFORMITY
From 2014 Prediction 12
In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989, the border of death separating North from South Korea has been irrevocably breached.
GREEN PEACE ACTIVISTS STILL DEFIANT AFTER 100 DAYS IN RUSSIAN PRISON
From Petra Zlenko
Russian President Vladimir Putin has granted a number of amnestys ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi to head off potential protests and boycotts.
SOUTH AFRICA FACES HUGE CHALLENGES AS THEIR MENTOR, NELSON MANDELA, DIES AT 95
From James Glover
The former South African President who championed the end to apartheid has finally been set free from his own frail mortality. Yet in spite of his best efforts he did not live to see....
PARLIAMENT URGES UK TO GET FRACKING
From Alan Cole
Go-ahead has been given as Ofgen report warns that risk of energy blackouts has tripled in the past year.
Britain is to get serious and embark upon a dash for shale gas, ministers announced, as a new report warned that the risk of future energy blackouts had tripled in the past year.
CROATIA\'S ACCESSION CREATES 28TH MEMBER OF THE EU ON MONDAY, 1ST JULY, 2013
From Petra Janssens
To fireworks, cannon-fire and Beethoven's Ode to Joy, Croatia joined the European Union at midnight on Sunday, two decades since fighting itself free of Yugoslavia. The mainly Catholic country of 4.4 million people becomes only the second of the seven states carved from federal Yugoslavia to enter the EU, following Slovenia in 2004.
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