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For lovers of electric bike racing, director Mark Neale's documentary about the first-ever electric motorcycle competition that started on the Isle of Man TT course June 12, 2009, Charge , is now in theaters. Comment?
ONLY WAY TO GO? "I want to teach english as a foreign language in a foreign country. Comment?
President Milos Zeman s refusal to appoint literary historian Martin C. Putna a professor is his another attempt at extending his powers and many view it as Zeman s declaration of war to the democratic principles in the Czech Republic, the German daily Tageszeitung writes today. Comment?
CAN I TEACH IN LONDON? "I have a TEFL degree that I obtained at the American University of Beirut, TEFL. Comment?
Teaching Online "I would like to know about teaching English online and how one goes about it. Comment?
WALES' Lions have accepted the responsibility to lay the foundations for a successful series Down Under by taking the strain in training. Comment?
To some he will never be more than a narcissist, an antisemite and a misogynist. Comment?
... its image of supporters of the 'legitimate dictatorship'. Loud statements again appear ahead of upcoming events in Europe. The session of the Euronest PA is scheduled for late May. The European Parliament is expected to make a serious step: to stop ... Comment?
As the snow and ice began to melt in Ukraine this spring, exposing fresh cracks and potholes in the roads, hundreds of motorists gathered outside a government building carrying unusual burdens. Comment?
Chelsea's interim manager Rafa Benitez has been approached by Paris Saint German over taking over the reigns of the French league champions this summer, according to L'Equipe. Benitez will take charge of his final two games as Chelsea boss this week with an end-of-season double-header against Manchester City in America but he will then be a free ... (more) Comment?
UK Education Secretary Michael Gove wants an end to joint GCSE and A-Level exam regulation in England, Wales and Scotland England's Education Secretary Michael Gove has called for the end of three-country exam regulation - paving the way for separate GCSEs and A-levels for Wales. Comment?
... and impartiality--are at risk. In many former Eastern European countries but also, to a lesser extent, in old Europe, ruling parties tend to consider these public service media as their own. The report therefore calls for "the devising of procedures ... Comment?
Britain has said economic agreements in the South Atlantic could be relaunched on one condition: that Argentina drops its sovereignty claim over the Malvinas Islands. Comment?
The number of overseas visitors passing through Holyhead port plunged by more than half as the Olympics hit tourism across North Wales last year. Comment?
Just one Welsh city made it into the top 50 most visited places in Britain, according to figures released today which demonstrate the challenges facing Wales' tourism sector. Comment?
Town bosses claim the varied diary of events last year have put Ipswich firmly on the map, including the popular maritime festival and the start of the Tour of Britain. Comment?
It was the first verdict since 2011. Some Western politicians were too quick to call the lack of new death sentences in 2012 as a "positive trend." This is especially significant at the background of another wave of active relations of the official Minsk with the Council of Europe. Comment?
The decision on the Czech Republic s adoption of the euro must be preceded by an internal political and social discussion that will take the EU s broad context into account, says a document on the Czech EU membership strategy available on the government s website. Comment?
... relations. The visit prompted me to explore an apparent paradox. Here is a decent little country in the heart of Europe-good food, safe streets, rich soil-which could be a Pannonian version of Holland, but it is not a happy place. Hungary presents a ... Comment?
A cheap new encryption technology for mobile phones completely blocks eavesdropping, even from warrant-wielding law enforcement agents raising fears the technology could fall into the hands of terrorists or criminals. Comment?