The Telegraph
Sunday , February 16 , 2014
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Scandals in Europe, tied to Indian-origin aces

British deputy PM Nick Clegg faced embarrassment last evening after it emerged that he used official government residences to entertain a major donor who was arrested this week over bribery allegations....   | Read..

2 die as storms, high winds batter Britain

Two persons were killed and 32 people were rescued from a seaside restaurant yesterday as storms and strong winds battered Britain, adding more misery to areas already hit by...   | Read..

Tip-off storm in Germany

A scandal linked to an Indian-origin politician has plunged the Angela Merkel government in Germany in turmoil, forcing the agriculture minister...   | Read..

Cuba stops US services

Cuba suspended nearly all its consular services in the US yesterday after it was unable to find a bank to handle the accounts of its diplomatic missions in Washington and New...   | Read..
A lighthouse in Newhaven, England, is battered by waves during a winter storm on Saturday. (AFP)
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