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World - UK`s Cameron beats Labour`s Miliband in first TV contest before election: poll

Prime Minister David Cameron won the first TV encounter before a close national election in Britain, turning in a stronger performance than Labour leader Ed Miliband, a poll showed on Thursday. The snap Guardian/ICM poll showed 54 percent of those asked thought Cameron, the leader of the Conservative Party, had won, compared to 46 percent who judged Miliband had triumphed. Both men were subjected to back-to-back but separate live TV interviews and question and answer sessions with a studio audience. Cameron conceded he`d made mistakes during his five years in power, but implored voters to give him a second term to finish the job of rebuilding the economy.

Thursday, March 26, 2015  23:11


World - Britain`s Cameron wins first TV encounter of close election: poll

By Andrew Osborn and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron won the first TV encounter of a close national election in Britain, an opinion poll showed, but opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband leveraged a rare opportunity to promote himself on a national stage. With Cameron`s Conservatives neck-and-neck in the opinion polls with Labour, both are trying to grab an elusive lead over the other before the May 7 ballot to avoid another possible coalition or even a minority government. Britain`s future in the European Union and its territorial integrity could ride on the outcome as Cameron is pledging an EU membership referendum and Miliband may need to do a deal with Scottish nationalists intent on breaking up the United Kingdom. Cameron refused to debate Miliband head-to-head, saying he felt the leaders of other minor parties should be included too.

Friday, March 27, 2015  01:02


World - Cameron, Miliband open UK election campaign with TV grilling

British Prime Minister David Cameron and his main election rival Ed Miliband faced a prime time television grilling Thursday, kicking off a tight race for the May 7 election. A snap Guardian/ICM poll of viewers showed 54 percent believed Cameron of the Conservatives had put in the strongest performance compared to 46 percent for Labour leader Miliband. Commentators say Cameron`s Conservatives did not want one in the belief that a lacklustre performance in TV debates during the 2010 election campaign contributed to their failure to win outright. Both leaders faced tough questioning by veteran interviewer Jeremy Paxman which left Cameron looking uncomfortable, while Miliband took a more combative approach in response.

Thursday, March 26, 2015  23:29


Business - Google reportedly turning Web game into TV show

The search giant is reportedly adapting its popular mobile game Ingress for television. But don`t expect Google to develop more TV shows.

Friday, March 27, 2015  02:16


World - Yemen weighs on Asian shares, data highlights Japan doldrums

TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were lackluster Friday as the conflict in Yemen ripped through the Middle East and Japanese data showed the world`s No. 3 economy is still in the doldrums.

Friday, March 27, 2015  06:34


Top Stories - Harrowing 8-minute descent

Friday, March 27, 2015  07:46


Top Stories - Opinion: 9/11 precaution a flaw?

A co-pilot`s ability to lock himself into the cockpit and bring down a plane shows structural problems in security that airlines must address immediately.

Friday, March 27, 2015  03:12


Business - Crave Ep. 197: Imperial Star Destroyer joins growing fleet of `Star Wars` drones

A creator of `Star Wars`-themed drones shows off his latest work, a replica of an Imperial Star Destroyer. And it looks awesome.

Friday, March 27, 2015  01:39


Top Stories - The victims aboard flight

They were high school exchange students, heading home after a week in Spain. Opera singers fresh off a show in Barcelona. An architect from Colombia who`d gone across the Atlantic to work in Africa. An Australian nurse on vacation with her son.

Friday, March 27, 2015  03:12


World - South Korea demands release of two men accused by North Korea of espionage

By James Pearson and Jack Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea demanded on Friday the immediate release of two of its citizens that North Korea said it had arrested, accusing them of spying for the South. Late on Thursday, the North`s official KCNA news agency showed images of two middle-aged men it identified as Kim Kuk Gi and Choe Chun Gil speaking at a news conference in the North Korean capital, Pyongyang. It said the two men were South Korean nationals working as spies for Seoul`s National Intelligence Service from the Chinese border city of Dandong. `They zealously took part in the anti-DPRK smear campaign of the U.S. imperialists and the puppet group of traitors to isolate and blockade the DPRK in (the) international arena,` the agency said, using North Korea`s official DPRK acronym for Democratic People`s Republic of Korea.

Friday, March 27, 2015  03:12

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