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New Poll Has Labour Four-Point Lead Over Conservatives Ahead of UK Election

The Labour party received 36 percent of votes in support, while the Conservatives got 32 percent, according to a new YouGov opinion poll provided before six weeks before the UK general election.

Show of Disobedience: French Pilots Stand Up Against EASA's 'Rule of Two'

Air France's main pilots' union has rejected a recommendation issued by the EU's aviation safety agency (EASA) that airlines always have two people in the cockpit of a flying aircraft.

Germanwings A320 Co-Pilot Lubitz Had Suspected Detached Retina – Reports

According to German mass circulation paper, Andreas Lubutz, the co-pilot of the crashed Germanwings airliner that he allegedly rammed into the French Alps, had complained about possibly having detached retina.

Stricken Stryker Interrupts US Army Convoy Through Czech Republic

One of the groups of vehicles from US Army convoy was forced to stop as a Stryker armored vehicle broke down during US military convoy was passing through the Czech Republic territory.

'Open the Damn Door' - Locked Out A320 Pilot Screamed at Lubitz

Black box recordings recovered from doomed Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 have revealed Captain Patrick Sondenheimer's desperate pleas to co-pilot Andreas Lubitz to open the door to the cockpit, along with attempts to smash through the steel door with an ax.

China’s Potential Deflation Threatens to Overthrow Global Monetary Order

Mainland China might soon implement a full-scale economic stimulus due to threats of deflation and stagnation, adding to the full-steam Japanese and European money-printing, rendering monetary equivalent less valuable and investment less powerful across the globe.

As You Brew, You Must Eat: US Officers Help Eat Up Polish Embargoed Apples

As Poland feeds off apples that have piled up in the country due to Russian sanctions to the US Mission to NATO, Poles are storming Russian stores in search of cheap products.

What Could India’s 'Cotton Route' Look Like?

India has unveiled a response to China’s Silk Road projects, which is expected to ramp up the competition between the two Asian colossi.

'Soldiers of Egypt' Claim Responsibility for Cairo University Bomb Attack

A jihadist group has claimed responsibility for a bomb which exploded on Saturday outside the entrance to the metro station serving Cairo University.

President Hadi to Make Return to Yemen in Coming Days

Chief of the presidential office Muhammed Marm said that ousted Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi will return to the country in the coming days.

At Least 40 Houthis Killed, 60 Captured in Yemen’s Shabwah Province

According to reports, at least 40 Houthi rebels were killed and 60 others were captured in the past 24 hours in southern Yemen.

Moscow’s AIIB Membership to Bring More Foreign Investments in Russia

According to a Chinese economist, Russia’s joining the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) would create a seedbed for more investments in the Russian economy.

Foreign Students Turned Away by UK Universities Guarding Nuclear Secrets

700 higher graduate students from outside the European Union were barred from taking courses in chemistry, engineering, physics, biophysics, metallurgy and microbiology due to security concerns in the United Kingdom.

Stranded Indian Nationals in Yemen Seek Evacuation

60 Indian nationals stranded in Yemen seek help from the Indian government in evacuating them from the country.

Tunisian Forces Kill 9 Suspected of Being Behind Deadly Museum Attack

Tunisian security forces have killed at least nine militants from the country's main jihadist group who are suspected of staging this month's deadly national museum attack.

Kiev Says Situation Stabilized in East Ukraine As Ceasefire Holds

Ukrainian military forces spokesman Andriy Lysenko said that the situation in the area of military operation in Donbass was stabilized.

Some 15,000 Protesters in Melbourne Demand Fair Treatment of Asylum Seekers

About 15,000 people participated in rally demanding the Abbott government to soften policies on asylum seekers in Melbourne, Australia.

Ten Reported Dead in Indonesia Landslide

Rescuers are searching for survivors after heavy rains caused a landslide in West Java.

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