- 03 April 2012
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Plans to let universities decide the content of A-level courses have been given a mixed reception by teachers and universities.
Education Secretary Michael Gove raised concerns that A-levels were failing to stretch pupils, in a letter to Ofqual, the exam regulator for England.
- 29 March 2012
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Pope Benedict XVI has criticised the 50-year-old US trade embargo imposed on Cuba, as he ends a visit to the island.
The Pope called for greater rights in Cuba, saying he wanted a society in which no-one was denied basic freedoms.
- 17 November 2011
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The Italian clothes company launched a campaign called 'Unhate' in which leaders from opposite sides of the political and religious divide appear to exchange kisses.