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Problems - and rubbish - pile up for Delhi's new leader

Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi Chief Minister
AUTORICKSHAW driver Vinod Kumar enthusiastically backed Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi elections this year, won over by promises of lower utility bills and an end to corruption, but four months on he is already fed up.   "Nothing has changed," complained the 47-year-old on a recent sweltering June day in the Indian capital.   "He ...

Muslim graves vandalised after Tunisia attack

At least ten graves in the Muslim section of a Nottingham cemetery have been vandalised in a hate crime which took place in the wake of the Tunisian terror attack.   Nottingham city council said it was treating the damage to at least More News »

May vows 'terrorists will not win' in Tunisia tribute

Britain's home secretary Theresa May vowed on Monday (29) that "the terrorists will not win" after paying tribute in Tunisia to the 38 people, mainly Britons, killed by a jihadist gunman. Her Tunisian counterpart Najem Gharsalli More News »

Cameron calls for fightback against extremism after Tunisia

David Cameron called for a fightback against extremism in response to a mass shooting in Tunisia, as reports stated the number of British victims may rise to more than 30.    Writing in the Daily Telegraph, PM Cameron wrote: &quo More News »

Italy takes India to arbitration over marines

Italy said last Friday (26) it had initiated international arbitration proceedings in the case of two of its marines facing trial in India for the 2012 killing of two fishermen. The unilateral move by the Italian government follows the failure More News »
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