Former Bari defender Andrea Masiello was arrested on Monday in connection with alleged match-fixing in the Italian topflight last season. Bari’s
Environmental group Greenpeace says there is a lot of oil around Total’s stricken Elgin platform in the North Sea. Activists sailed up to the
A row about late payments has led to the suspension of oil exports to Iraq from its autonomous Kurdish region. After a deal struck last year, the
Over 4,000 Colombians participated in the “Lend your Leg 11k” marathon in Bogota to call for an end of the use of antipersonnel mines in the country.
Florian Geyer from the Directorate General Justice at the European Commission discusses the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union with
In the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, April 6 marks 20 years since the beginning of the siege of Sarajevo in 1992. It was the longest siege in
An Indian court has postponed a decision concerning the fate of two Italian marines who are accused of killing two fishermen, supposedly after
Britain and Argentina are staging separate ceremonies to mark the 30th anniversary of the start of the Falklands War, amid renewed diplomatic