September 08, 2015. Germany and Austria welcomed thousands of refugees yesterday after their long walk through Hungary.
September 11, 2015. One of the world's best-selling video games has increased its list of options to attract more women players.
September 14, 2015. The European Union has ruled that workers with no fixed office should be paid for travelling to and from their first and last appointments of their day.
September 17, 2015. New research suggests there is a simple and easy way that helps people to stop over-eating. Researchers say there is an alternative to fancy diets.
September 20, 2015. The Texas high school student who was arrested because of a clock he made for school has been invited to the White House by U.S. President Barack Obama.
September 23, 2015. One in three people born in the United Kingdom this year will suffer from dementia in their lifetime.
September 26, 2015. Travellers and phone-camera lovers need to note a new danger that has recently come to light.
October 02, 2015. The troubled German carmaker Volkswagen has announced it will recall around 11 million cars following its recent emissions tests scandal.
October 05, 2015. Radio stations in France have been protesting against a possible new government rule.
October 08, 2015. Doctors in Canada have called for a ban on the use of perfumes and aftershaves in hospitals and clinics.
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Reviewed on 02/13/2009 by hamil63