Wednesday, February 20
The Vasco da Gama Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge flanked by viaducts and rangeviews that spans the Tagus River in Parque das Nações in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal.
Monday, February 11
CONTRAST IN KRAKOW Photograph by Marcin Ryczek In this stunning black and white photograph we see a man feeding birds in Krakow, Poland.
Friday, February 08
Studying in Australia, India, UK, France and USA
Tuesday, January 22
The authorities in London: "We are Determined to do whatever is Necessary to Investigate Alleged Abuses of our immigration system"
Thursday, January 17
The twin-engine private helicopter was stricken in low cloud and freezing temperatures above the construction site of the 51-storey Vauxhall Tower just before 8am on Wednesday, smashing into the top of the building's main crane and shearing off the jib before spiralling on to Nine Elms Lane and bursting into flames. The pilot, Captain Pete Barnes, died at the scene along with Matthew Wood, 39, from Sutton in south London.
Saturday, January 12
Suite à plusieurs articles d’investigations publiés dans le journal britannique The Guardian, le haut commissaire par intérim de Maurice à Londres a émis un communiqué pour défendre le pays et faire valoir l’image d’une juridiction fiscale responsable.
Monday, November 26
The 2,500 international students from London Metropolitan University, including the 100 Mauritians, have been allowed to remain in the UK until a decision is taken by the High Court in London as to whether to maintain the closure order against the tertiary institution for the lack of appropriate services.
Sunday, November 11
Jon Gnarr (born January 2, 1967) is the current mayor of Iceland’s biggest city, Reykjavik. It’s the northernmost capital in the world and the heart of Iceland’s economic and governmental activity. Here are 12 reasons why Gnarr is the most interesting mayor in the world: