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30th anniversary of Falkland War between Britain and Argentina is approaching and the two nations resume verbal sparring.
Boris Island opponents come out swinging.
Barcelona victory in Madrid proves they remain the greatest.
Cash calls, rhetoric and continued stable markets.
High court rules Occupy movement tents at St. Paul's Cathedral must be removed
2.68 million people are out of work, a rise of 118,000 in the three months to November.
Britain's version of the Oscars leaves some pretty terrific work out this year
The Queen's supporters plan to raise private funds to give Her Majesty a fitting present to celebrate her 60th anniversary on the throne.
At market close: bonds sell, stocks up, inflation down
Liberal magistrate who had Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet arrested is now in the dock himself.
Since the end of aristocratic patronage it's been a key question, but now it is acute: if not the government than who? Dolce & Gabbana?
Mario Monti urges German government to do more to help lower Italy's borrowing costs
Quiet day in the financial markets but heating up elsewhere
Owners of Costa Concordia acknowledge ship's captain made unauthorized deviation in ship's course.
Update on earlier blog post
Friday's Standard & Poor's downgrade of several euro zone countries' credit ratings have only made the faintest ripple across the continent
Negotiators head to Athens to try and nail down agreement on bail-out
Controversy over call for a new yacht
Interesting perspectives on confederations and the meaning of modern nation-hood