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Germany wants to question NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden following revelations that the US monitored the mobile phone of Chancellor Angela
The late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat may have been poisoned to death according to Swiss forensic tests.
A team of experts, including
It was the magic number that the assembled experts at the World Bank impressed most: 72%. That is the follow-up success rate for drug addicts who
The Colombian government and the FARC have reached an agreement to allow the rebel group to enter mainstream politics, once they end their
A landslide of votes for Bill de Blasio has got him elected mayor of New York, the first Democrat in two decades. Largely, the overwhelming support
The financial world is braced for the next big social networking share sale.
Twitter is set to start trading on Thursday on Wall Street.
Al Qaeda’s north African wing has reportedly claimed responsibility for the murder of two French journalists in northern Mali on Saturday.
The director of Spain’s National Intelligence Centre, Felix Sanz Roldan, has appeared before the county’s official secrets committee to clarify his
Small and picturesque, Sant’ Agata de’ Goti is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple, but it has good reason to feel proud
US Secretary of State John Kerry has met Mahmoud Abbas and says the Palestinian President is fully committed to peace talks.
His comments fly in
Kosovo authorities say they will re-run local elections in the Serb-dominated town of Mitrovica, which were marred by violence at the weekend.
The European Commission wants national governments to back its proposal approving the cultivation of a new type genetically modified corn.
Decriminalising and taxing cannabis in the United Kingdom could raise tax revenue between £400 million (468m euros) and £900 million (1.05 billion
The Dubai International Motor Show is a magnet for the world’s top luxury car makers and this year they are out in force, presented nearly 100 new
"If you can not beat it...Join It! Like prostitution, whether you like it or not, it will be there, so better to legalize and control!"...
A study finds that the prices of illegal drugs have generally declined, while their purity has increased over the past twenty years...
Most commonly used drugs
The most common drug among Poles is cannabis, followed by sedatives and non-prescription hypnotics (such as sleeping
Before the 1974 revolution, drug use was not a major issue in Portugal. The previous reign of an authoritarian dictatorship between 1926
Most commonly used drugs
The most common drugs in Greece are marijuana, respiratory drugs, ecstasy pills, magic mushrooms and amphetamines
Most consumed drugs
The most consumed illegal drug in Spain is cannabis or, more precisely, cannabis resin. Spain’s geographical proximity to
Most commonly-used drugs
Today, among adults, cannabis is the most commonly-used drug in Hungary, particularly among teenagers. Cannabis is usually
Results from surveys carried out throughout the United Kingdom (UK) between 2010 and 2012 and compiled by the Department of Health (DoH)
A former Swiss pilot recently found a brand new and rather uplifting way of visiting Japan’s iconic Mount Fuji.
Yves ‘Jetman’ Rossy strapped a
The diagnosis of an eight-year-old Chinese girl with lung cancer has highlighted the country’s suffocating pollution crisis.
The latest general strike against austerity in Greece saw a lower turnout than in previous rallies, blamed partly on bad weather and partly on a
It is all change in New York where Bill de Blasio has been elected the city’s most liberal mayor in a generation and the first Democrat for two
Legalise, decriminalize, or prohibit… Cannabis is an issue in France where it is the drug which is the most used…
The slow recovery of the global economy has travel and tourism companies upbeat as they gathered at the industry’s business-to-business exhibition –