The Telegraph
Sunday , January 26 , 2014

29 killed as Egypt marks uprising

Twenty nine people were killed during anti-government marches today while thousands rallied in support of the army-led authorities, underlining Egypt’s volatile political fissures three years after the fall of President Mubarak....   | Read..

Cameras catch ‘honour’ crime in London

When Nazma Ditta, a Pakistani woman in the Lancashire town of Blackburn, began a lesbian love affair with an Englishwoman, Sarah Harrison, she managed to keep the relatio...   | Read..

Hollande, Valerie split

President François Hollande this evening announced “the end of his common life” with Valérie Trierweiler, ending more than two weeks of fevered speculation si...   | Read..

3 dead in Maryland mall shooting

Three persons died in a shooting at a large shopping mall outside Baltimore today, police said, adding that the suspected gunman apparently killed himself....   | Read..

Ukraine PM offers Opposition govt posts

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich offered the Opposition top government posts today, hoping to coax his opponents into ending protests....   | Read..
Protesters help a man who was injured by a rubber bullet fired by the police during clashes in Cairo on Saturday. (AFP)
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