Chess Dino clue to ‘earliest feathers’

Palaeontologists uncover a new dinosaur with what may be the earliest evidence of feathers.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Source


Chess Pressure mounts against Koran burning

A small US church says it will defy international condemnation and go ahead with plans to burn copies of the Koran on the 9/11 anniversary.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of


Chess Bavarian Delegation to Visit Bulgaria

A parliamentary delegation from the German state Bavaria, led by the head of the local Landtag, Barbara Stamm, will make an official visit to Bulgaria on September 9-10. The German delegation has been invited by the Speaker of the Bulgarian Parliament, Tsetska Tsa


Chess Bulgarian, Armenian Transport Ministers to Discuss Cooperation

The Bulgarian transport minister and his Armenian counterpart will lead the sixth session of the Bulgarian-Armenian intergovernmental committee, the Bulgarian Transport Ministry has announced. Bulgaria's Alexander Tsvetkov and his Armenian colleague, Manuk Vardany


Chess ‘No guarantees’ over Moray bases

The Scottish Secretary says he can give "no guarantees" about the future of two Scottish RAF bases.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Source


Chess Small Businesses and Federal Contracting: Good and Bad News

There’s good news and bad news when it comes to small businesses and government contracting. First, the good news: According to the SBA’s fourth annual small business Procurement Scorecard, small businesses got a record number of federal contracting dollars in


Chess Bulgarian Court Keeps in Jail Ex Secret Agent

The Sofia City Court has refused the request for release of former undercover agent of the National State Security Agency, Aleksei Petrov, accused of taking part in the crime group codenamed "Octopus". On Wednesday, the magistrates decided to leave behind bars Pet


Chess Islamic centre imam vows openness

The imam of an Islamic centre planned near New York's Ground Zero vows to name its financial backers amid accusations it is funded by extremists.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the conte


Chess Britons drown off Spanish coast

Two men, believed to a be father and son from Surrey, have drowned in rough seas off the Costa del Sol in Spain. Robert Clifford Wells, 75, and Jonathan James Wells, 45, died near a popular beach at Almunecar, in the province of Granada, at about 1600 BST on Tuesda


Chess MPs to debate phone hacking claim

A number of Labour MPs say their phone messages were hacked into Parliament is to debate allegations that MPs had their mobile phones hacked into by News of the World journalists. Tessa Jowell and Chris Bryant are among Labour MPs who say they were targeted. The


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