The Prime Minister's pledge to slash the number of immigrants coming to the UK by 2015 looks even less likely to be met after official figures showed that net long-term migration had jumped by 68,000 over the past year.
The founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, believes the European Parliament needs to act quickly to change the law regarding the high-profile right to be forgotten ruling, which could see Google become "the arbiter of history".
As part of IBTimes TV's special series of videos looking at the First World War, we spoke to former army commanders and Royal Marine Commandos on how they made the move into white-collar work, as well as company directors who actively seek out ex-soldiers to form the new generation of project managers and sales teams.
As part of IBTimes TV's special series of videos, looking at the First World War, we spoke to experts at the Imperial War Museum over the evolution in how wars were fought from the frontline and how recruitment in WWI changed the way personnel were drummed up for other wars to come.
World War I marked a major change in the way wars were fought over land, sea and skies. As part of IBTimes TV's special series of videos, looking at the First World War, the Imperial War Museum opened its doors to its WWI exhibition that showcased thousands of artefacts, from personal letters to a replication of the trenches.
Activists have formed a human chain on London's Oxford street to mark the first anniversary of Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh and expose retailers' failure to rightfully compensate survivors and victims' families.
Peaches Geldof has died aged just 25. The daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates was found dead at an address in Wrotham, Kent. Miss Geldof was six when her mother Paula Yates left Boomtown Rats star Sir Bob Geldof. They divorced in 1996. In her life, the 25-year-old had a career as a model, a journalist and a TV presenter. Peaches Geldof's death is yet unexplained. She is survived by her husband Thomas Cohen and sons Astala and Phaedra.