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Charlie Gilmour (2nd R), stepson of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, speak with police during student protests against the rise in tuition fees in central London. The son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour was arrested December 12 on suspicion of attempted criminal damage after he was pictured swinging from Britainís national war memorial during a student riot. AFP


UK Parliament backs tuition fees hike

Britainís coalition Government Tuesday got through another test in its bid to hike tuition fees, after the plans were backed by the upper house of Parliament despite an attempt to block them.

 

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Iran nuclear policy unchanged

Iran said Tuesday its nuclear and foreign policies will not change after President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad fired Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki and replaced him with the atomic chief.

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Assange to remain in prison despite bail

Despite having being granted release on bail by the Westminster court, the founder of Wikileaks website Julian Assange should remain in jail at least for 48 hours in the wake of an appeal filed by Sweedish justice.

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