BDSM as business: Interviews with Dominatrixes

Sunday, October 28, 2007 Whether the Civil War, World War II or the Iraq War, it can be challenging to face how conflict penetrates the psyche of a nation and surfaces in the nuances of life. There are thousands—if not millions—of individuals who indulge in fantasies others would deem perverse that have their nascence in some of the darkest moments […]

The Green Party of Canada to elect new leader

Saturday, August 26, 2006 The Green Party of Canada will elect a new leader today. The new leader will replace Jim Harris, who stepped down after holding the position since 2003. The candidates are: Elizabeth May, a former Sierra Club executive director David Chernushenko, the party’s deputy leader Jim Fannon, a real estate agent from St. Catharines, Ontario who is […]

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Sarkozy in UK to mark historic de Gaulle war broadcast

Sunday, June 20, 2010 But has the last word been said? Must hope disappear? Is defeat final? No!—Charles de Gaulle broadcast Nicolas Sarkozy visited the UK today to celebrate the 70th anniversary since Charles de Gaulle made his war broadcast. The French president and the Prince of Wales laid wreaths at the statue of Charles de Gaulle in London. Earlier, […]

Royal wedding delayed as Prince plans for Pope’s funeral

Monday, April 4, 2005 The wedding of Britain’s Prince Charles to Camilla Parker Bowles was postponed by one day to allow Prince Charles to represent the Royals at Friday’s funeral of Pope John Paul II. The Royal’s wedding will now be celebrated on Saturday, April 9. The Prince cut short his Swiss skiing holiday and returned to London today. He […]

Imperial College London geology students fined in China for “illegal map-making”

Monday, January 5, 2009 Three British geology students of Imperial College London have been fined in China for “illegal survey and map-making activities”, according to local media. In addition to making maps, the students were researching fault lines and earthquake activity in Xinjiang — a tense Muslim province to the west of the country where anger against Chinese rule sparked […]

Tobacco manufacturers and retailers fined over UK price fixing

Saturday, April 17, 2010 Several tobacco manufacturers and retailers in the United Kingdom have been fined a total of £225 million for price fixing. The fines were imposed by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) following an investigation lasting seven years. It is the largest penalty ever issued by the OFT for breaches of the 1998 Competition Act, with the […]

Thousands of Indonesians protest against corruption

Thursday, December 10, 2009 Several thousand people marched earlier today in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, to protest corruption in the country. Most of them were students protesting the latest corruption scandal in the country. It involves allegations that a US$600 million government bailout was given to Century Bank on condition that some of the money be used to fund […]