Hungary has said it may tone down some of the more controversial parts of its new constitution, amid growing international financial and political
There was transport chaos in many parts of Britain with two people killed as fierce storms swept across Scotland and the north of England, heading
The Libyan interim government has named a retired general as head of the armed forces. It is hoped the appointment of Yousef al-Manqoush from
Dozens of supporters of Argentina’s President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner have been holding a vigil outside the hospital where she is due to
An appeal court in Ecuador ruled that the US oil company Chevron should pay 18 billion dollars in damages after being accused of polluting the Amazon
North Koreans took part in a ritual rally in Pyongyang on Tuesday, to show support for their country’s policies and new leader Kim Jong-un.
The first vote by US Republican supporters to choose their eventual presidential candidate has ended in a virtual dead heat. The surprise of the