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Thousands of children in Sri Lanka have returned to school today – a week later than planned because of the tsunami disaster. Councillors as well as
Northern Europe has taken a battering in a storm that has claimed over a dozen lives, caused flooding, transport chaos and left hundreds of thousands
Luxembourg’s outlook for its six months in the European Union rotating presidency is one of determination rather than optimism.
There have been celebrations on the streets of Sudan to mark the end of Africa’s longest-running civil war. A peace deal was completed after two
Baghdad’s deputy chief of police has been assassinated outside his home. Brigadier Amer Nayef was shot dead along with his son as they left the
There has been a positive response from the Israeli government to Mahmoud Abbas’s election. After talks with election monitor, US Senator John Kerry