""It was a huge explosion - you could feel it in your chest""
Witness at Manchester concert blast
"We are already sitting at the negotiation table and we won't leave if there is a political will to come to an agreement."
""We are closing all the shops in Bethlehem today because we are standing with all the prisoners.""
""You will always have something to pass on to your family.""
UK Prime Minister
"We want things to move faster, go further"
Bruno Le Maire
French economy minister
"...it is a method designed to train your body from within..."
Founder, Aunkai Bujutsu
"We're moving from a position of strength to transform Ford for the future"
Bill Ford Jr.
A landmark treaty banning cluster bombs has come into force and is now enshrined in international law. Dropped from aircraft, the weapons scatter
Greek lorry drivers have called a halt to their week-long strike in what’s being seen as a victory for the government in Athens.
More than 1,000 people are now known to have perished in floods in north west Pakistan and government officials fear the full extent of the
Venezuela’s foreign minister is to meet the new Colombian government after it takes office in a week’s time, despite the stand-off between the two
The world culture body UNESCO has added 15 sites to its top heritage list.
Two European cities have made the grade.
Amsterdam for its historic
Dutch troops have begun pulling out of Afghanistan after four years.
The last patrol in Uruzgan province marked the end of the 2,000 strong Dutch
As the authorities battle to contain forest fires that have parts of central Russia, others have spread to the extreme east of the country
Despite some relatively encouraging news that the Gulf oil spill has been contained, businesses along the southern US coast still fear for their
In what has become a yearly tradition in Mexico City, workers from 45 restaurants on Friday volunteered to prepare a 48-metre (161 feet) long Mexican
Tensions escalated between riot police and strikers at the toll booths leading traffic out of Athens Saturday as strikers tried to stop trucks from
Pakistan’s president Asif Ali Zardari heads to Europe this week where he will meet the British prime minister, despite anger at David Cameron’s
The army has gone into action as wildfires rage in western Russia. With blazes in at least 14 of the country’s 83 regions, it has a battle on its
Founded 16 years ago as an act of resistance to the Bosnian war, the Sarajevo Film Festival now has glitz, glamour and guests like Morgan
The military has been mobilised to make urgent fuel deliveries but as Greece’s truckers’ strike enters its seventh day, the country and those
At least 800 people are confirmed dead. The number could be far higher.
Northwest Pakistan is paying a terrible price this monsoon season with the
A silent march has been held to pay tribute to the 21 people crushed to death in a tunnel at the Love Parade techno music festival in Duisburg in