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algeria - Louafi Larbi Reuters

Today marks the beginning of Algeria’s presidential election, as incumbent Abdelaziz Bouteflika seeks a fourth term, standing against former prime minister Ali Benflis, the main opposition candidate.

Elections-in-India-Women-010 On April 7, the world's largest democracy began nationwide parliamentary elections, which will see Prime Minister Manmohan Singh step down...
International by Jordan Stewart From nursery right through to 9am university lectures, children, teenagers, and young adults are usually given a syllabus from which...
A child being immunised in Lucknow. Credit to RIBI Library Images. The World Health Organisation has announced that India and 10 other countries in the South-East Asian region are now certified...
Source: www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-25819731 Nine years ago, Kiev was preparing to host the Eurovision song contest after Ruslana, Eastern...
yellowstrom_schweinehund_6 Feel like driving instead of walking? Like procrastinating instead of revising for an exam? You know that little devil on...
Image from the Daily Post. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has passed a law banning gay marriage, same-sex relationships, and membership of gay rights groups, in...
SaudiArabiaFirstFemaleLawFirm In a landmark decision, an all-female law firm has opened in Saudi Arabia for women in the Kingdom seeking legal...

Catalan Parliament during the Festival of Santa Eulalia In September 2013 I left for my Year Abroad in Barcelona with a case full...
The United States should trade its imperial reputation for a legacy of scientific enlightenment Why not disband the NSA, which sells out the world’s secrets to America’s notorious straw-man, ‘National Security’, and redirect its funding to NASA, which has mostly stood by its motto, Per Aspera Ad Astra; For the benefit of...
iraq women On Saturday, Iraqi women took to the streets in the capital Baghdad to protest against a proposed law that would permit girls as young as nine years old to be...
venezuela-riots-1 Emma Clarke says it's time to pay more attention to the ongoing protests and social upheaval in...
Photograph: Jorge Silva/Reuters, www.theguardian.com Sally Jensen looks at the legacy of Hugo Chavez and whether Venezuela will soon see in long-awaited political and social...
International love around the world by Ben Morran If you're stuck for romantic inspiration or you're not sure how to impress your loved one this week, read on to see what other countries do on Valentine's...
Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony Sochi is looking like the world's laughing stock if #SochiProblems on Twitter is anything to go...