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The Palm Sunday walk to benefit the National Trust has become a Bermudian institution. Last Sunday saw more than three thousand people taking part. Hywel Davies joined them.
The Rohingya minority in Burma have few options; discriminated against by the government at home, many flee to other countries Continue reading
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Japanese and Chinese diplomats met on Wednesday for urgent talks over a group of disputed islands in the East China Continue reading
Veterans from Britain and around the world gathered in London today to see the Queen unveil a memorial to tens Continue reading
Pakistani officials say at least thirteen people have been killed in protests against an anti-Islamic film. Nine deaths have been Continue reading
The Malaysian state of Sarawak plans to build 12 new hydro-electric dams along the state’s waterways, saying the projects will Continue reading