London, Jun 20: A school librarian has discovered that a poem widely attributed to William Blake, including in school reading lists, was not really written by him.
New York, Jun 20: Hundreds of women were motivated to protest by posting pictures of their breasts online, after Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard was criticized for showing cleavage.
Baghdad, Jun 20: The visiting Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid met Prime Minister of Iraq Nouri al Maliki in Baghdad on Thursday.
Beijing, Jun 20 (Xinhua-ANI): The World Heritage Committee has decided to place the six World Heritage sites in Syria on the List of World Heritage in Danger so as to draw attention to the risks they are facing because of the situation in the country, according to a UNESCO’s press statement on Thursday.
Washington, Jun 20: Hollywood actors, comedians and writers have released a video lauding confessed Wikileaks leaker Bradley E.
London, Jun 20: A Chinese billionaire is buying a UK company that makes James Bond’s yachts for 320 million pounds.
London, Jun 20: A British Muslim leader from London indicted in Bangladesh for war crimes has said he is willing to face a fair trial to clear his name.
Tokyo, Jun 20: High levels of a toxic radioactive isotope have been found in groundwater at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant.
London, Jun 20: The United States is trying to save a plan to open peace talks with the Taliban amid a diplomatic row between Washington and the Afghan President Hamid Karzai over how the process was announced.