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Does the name Jean Chrétien sound familiar? Perhaps it should.
Mr Chrétien, now 80, was a long-time player in international politics, representing Canada at countless G7 meetings, Nato conferences and various heads of government events.
Still, he didn’t attract much of an international following.
After insensitive comments by Thailand’s PM about the deaths of two Britons, the Thai government expresses regret and insists the safety of foreigners is of “highest
Two British brothers who left the Thai island of Koh Tao where police are investigating the brutal murders of two British backpackers are stopped by police before boarding a London bound
Police investigating the deaths of two young Britons, whose bodies were found on a beach on Thailand’s Koh Tao island, are focusing their inquiries on the Burmese migrant community.
A man and a woman have been found dead with head wounds on a beach in Koh Tao.
As a rule, the UK does not take much notice of Canada – so it comes as a pleasant surprise that for once, thanks to the Scottish referendum, recent Canadian history is now being
The second British hostage held by Islamic State militants is named as Alan Henning by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The UK will take whatever steps are necessary to combat the Islamic militants responsible for the murder of British aid worker David Haines, the Prime Minister David Cameron says.
Life has never been so good for retirees in China. They have time, money and no shortage of people to socialize with and the number one activity is dancing.
Imran Khan and Tahir ul-Qadri want a “popular coup” against Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharif. But their experiment in democracy has encountered several basic glitches.