"We will stand together in spite of oppression, terrorism"
"It was a huge explosion - you could feel it in your chest"
Witness at Manchester concert blast
"Russia brazenly interfered in our 2016 presidential election process"
Former CIA Director
"The siege has stopped all forms of life in Gaza"
Mohamad Al Saiqaly
Student at Al Azhar University
"One of the main victories that Daech has reaped is to have strongly influenced the Brexit vote"
Terrorism researcher, Ecole Royale Militaire, Brussels
"(The agreement) moves our relationship with Apple from being adversaries in court to business partners"
Nokia's Chief Legal Officer
"This attack stands out for its appalling, sickening cowardice"
British Prime Minister
Europe’s biggest engineering conglomerate, Siemens, plans to slash 4,200 jobs at its information technology unit – nearly half of those in Germany
Two militant Palestinian groups have each said they fired a rocket from Gaza that killed a foreign
farm worker in southern Israel.
One of the
Police in Turkey have jailed around 20 people over an alleged plot to topple the goverment.
Officers arrested the suspected plotters in raids
Campaigners are hailing it as Spain’s first law on dignity in death.
Terminally-ill patients in Andalucia will be allowed to refuse treatment that
In pressing the reset button, the US and Russia have perhaps opened the door to a world free from nuclear weapons.
Last July, after months of
More legal problems are the last thing Silvio Berlusconi needs ahead of crucial regional polls in Italy.
In the latest case being fought by his
US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has met Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov for talks in Moscow on nuclear disarmament.
The Middle East and
As the Greek multi-billion euro debt question defies Athens’ best efforts, the prime minister has appealed to European Union partners to help it meet
The French president Nicolas Sarkozy has vowed that the Basque separatists ETA will be pursued without mercy following the murder of a French
The euro zone’s trade deficit narrowed year-on-year in January.
It was 8.9 billion euros, down from 12.1 billion a year earlier.
Exports were up
The British government has announced 400 million euros worth of loan guarantees to Ford and Nissan for the development of environmentally friendly
A proposal to ban the export of prized Atlantic bluefin tuna has failed. The United States, Norway and Kenya voted fully in favour — Japan, Canada
How many died in the Allied bombing of Dresden?
The debate has long raged with German far-right groups claiming up to 500,000 people
Support is increasing from airport unions in Europe, the US and even Australia for the weekend strike by British Airways cabin crews.
Set in Monte Carlo, Heartbreakers stars Vanessa Paradis as a woman in love with a man her father hates. So far, so funny. The comedy enters the
A rocket fired from inside the Gaza Strip into Israel has struck a kibbutz and killed a foreign farm worker.
It happened during a high-profile
The EU has been urged to give Greece firm support to reassure markets and help resolve its financial crisis.
The country’s premier George
Will tuna disappear from the supermarket shelves?
The question comes before the international conference on wildlife protection in Doha today
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Moscow for talks on the Middle East and to seek a preliminary agreement with Russia on a nuclear arms
A parade of elephants brought some circus excitement to the heart of Washington DC.
Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops across the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Wednesday as protesters continued to vent their anger over plans for
Students protest against construction plans at East Jerusalem’s religious sites.
South African police fired rubber bullets at a crowd of youths who gathered on Wednesday outside a Soweto magistrate’s court to voice their
New York City parade-goers wearing kilts and green body paint led the world in celebrating St. Patrick on Wednesday along sun-warmed parade routes in
Spanish police have arrested three people in connection with the kidnapping of a five-year-old boy in Pakistan.
The three – two Pakistani men and
Female family members of imprisoned dissidents in Cuba have been man-handled by police into waiting buses and then driven away.
As the so-called
Russia’s claims to mineral riches in the Arctic must be defended President Dmitry Medvedev has said.
Speaking at a meeting in the Kremlin he warned