International News

Oxford to rule on coal investments

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:55
The University of Oxford will decide whether to pull out of its investments in coal and oil sands later.

Pioneering surgery 'saves bowels'

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:51
Pioneering surgeons have developed a technique to preserve the bowels when removing dangerous pre-cancerous growths.

VIDEO: Elton calls for D&G boycott

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:51
Elton John has called for a boycott of Dolce & Gabbana after the designers make what he calls "archaic" comments on IVF and same-sex parents.

Saddam's tomb destroyed near Tikrit

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:39
The tomb of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has been almost completely levelled in fighting near the city of Tikrit, new footage reveals.

China is third largest arms exporter

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:36
China has overtaken Germany, France and the UK to become the world's third largest exporter of arms behind the US and Russia.

School fund gap 'costs 40 teachers'

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:23
Schools in the worst-funded areas of England get on average nearly £2m less - enough for 40 teachers - than those in the best-funded ones, experts say.

The traditional mystics going online

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:23
The traditional mystics who are going online

Does money make you mean?

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:16
Why being wealthy could make you a meaner person

Venezuela leader to govern by decree

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 17:00
The Venezuelan National Assembly approves legislation granting President Nicolas Maduro the power to govern by decree until the end of the year.

Toto bass-player Mike Porcaro dies

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:40
Mike Porcaro, bass-player of US rock band Toto which had hits with Africa and Rosanna, dies at 59 after a long battle with Motor neurone disease.

How your pension pot could run dry

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:24
How much money can you afford to take from your pension pot, if you don't want to run out of cash before you die?

High Street shops disappearing faster

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:10
The number of high street shops fell sharply last year after many more stores closed than opened, research suggests.

'Syria trio' and Blair role rethink

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:09
The detention in Turkey of three British teenagers thought to be on their way to Syria and speculation over Tony Blair's role as Middle East peace envoy attract headlines.

'Radical' rates review launched

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:09
A review of the business rates system in England has been launched, with its findings due in time for the Budget in 2016.

Glasgow 2014 boosts visitor numbers

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:07
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games helped Scottish tourist attractions boost their visitors by almost 10%, according to new figures.

High streets 'facing drastic change'

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:06
Scotland's high streets face drastic change because of pressure from online sales and changing consumer habits, a report suggests.

VIDEO: Building the world's biggest record collection

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:06
The man building the world's biggest record collection

VIDEO: High taxes 'not a worry for me now'

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:06
What do economics students want from the Budget?

SNP 'will be positive for whole UK'

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:04
The SNP will be a constructive force at Westminster after the general election, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is due to tell a London audience.

The man who transformed Foyles

BBC - Sun, 2015-03-15 16:03
How one man saved one of the UK's best-known bookshops

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