Published on Nov 11, 2012 by deutschewelleenglish
It’s tough times in the EU. In the face of stunning austerity, separatist movements are blossoming all across the Union. They believe, they would do better on their own. Is this the end of unity? It’s tough times in the EU. In the face of stunning austerity, separatist movements are blossoming all across the Union. They believe, they would do better on their own. Is this the end of unity?
Mar 3, 2011
A new service called ‘Internet Eyes’ allows people in Europe to watch live security camera video from stores across Britain and further afield – to try to catch thieves in the act. Its creators say the service will soon be rolled out across the world. But critics say it’s an example of the surveillance society going too far.
Nov.29, 2011 – The British Library is having its newspaper collection digitized and put on line as an archive accessible to the public all over the world. Penny Tweedie reports
Nov 9, 2011
We’ve uncovered a dramatic rise in the number of powerful anti-psychotic drugs being prescribed to children – some as young as five.
This battle was essentially a fight between the Axis Powers and the Allied forces. In Part 3 of our series on WWII, http://www.WatchMojo.com finds out who was fighting whom during the Second World War.
A man talks about his ordeal as a victim of domestic violence, two weeks after his fiance was jailed for seven years for the attacks.
Schools Minister Nick Gibb backs David Willets calls to give preference to students who take ‘traditional subjects’.
Otters can now be seen in every English county just 30 years after they came close to extinction.
Pesticides nearly destroyed the otter, but new environmental regulations saved the day.
Royal wedding madness
Campers outside Westminster Abbey
Royal Wedding The Camper Fans & Protester
It was Royal Wedding madness at Westminster Abbey! Just a little mish-mash of interviews from the royal campers to the sole protester.
First royal fan camps out 90 hours before… – no comment
Longtime royal enthusiast, 56-year-old John Loughrey is prepared to spend 90 hours camped out on a pavement in London, close to Westminster Abbey, to catch a glimpse of Prince William and Kate Middleton on their wedding day
Royal-crazed Americans Invade London
Americans obsessed by the royal family are invading London to mark the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Worldwide Royal wedding fever
Around the world people have gathered together to see Kate Middleton and Prince William get married.
One million people on streets for UK royal wedding
Almost 2,000 people were invited to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, but about one million turned out on the streets of London to witness the marriage.
Stars, dignitaries and royalty were among those lucky enough to attend the highly anticipated event, with millions more around the world watching the lavish wedding on television.
[S]ome of the top religious and governmental architectural attractions you need to see while visiting Wales.