WWI Soldier Buried after 91 Years of Death at Arlington

WWI Soldier Buried after 91 Years of Death at Arlington

The dead body of Pvt. Thomas Costello, a U. S. soldier, who had been missing since June 8, 1921 was buried at Arlington National Cemetery, on Monday.

France to Impose Ban on Islamic Veils/ Burkas

France to Impose Ban on Islamic Veils/ Burkas

The lower house of the French Parliament will today see the passing of a legislation seeking a ban on wearing burka or veils in the nation.

Sarkozy Condemns Football Team for Not Scoring Well

Sarkozy Condemns Football Team for Not Scoring Well

French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, has condemned the nation's football team, calling it "disastrous" for not being able to reach the finals at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa this fall.

SEB German Retail Ops Bought by Santander for EUR555M

SEB German Retail Ops Bought by Santander for EUR555M

Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB's (SEB-A. SK) German retail network will be bought by Banco Santander SA (STD), of Spain, for EUR555 million.

Asia May Again Face Financial Crisis; IMF to Help

Asia May Again Face Financial Crisis; IMF to Help

Even though, Asia has been lately emerging as a worldwide monetary power house, but due to the rising capital inflows, it may also face a lot of policy challenges.

Novel ‘Faithful Place’ by Tana French

Novel ‘Faithful Place’ by Tana French

Dublin born writer Tana French has all her books grounded to her home-town, even though, she has travelled the whole world.

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