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A deal has been reached in principle on the Iraqi constitution – but no ink has been put to paper. Negotiators for the country’s Shi’ite majority say
Hurricane Katrina has gained momentum in the Gulf of Mexico and is poised for a second and potentially more deadly assault on the mainland. It has
In the shadow of Poland’s Gdansk shipyard a concert to celebrate the creation, 25 years ago, of the Solidarity trade union. The union paved the way
With emotions running high several hundred people have taken to the streets of Paris claiming poor immigrant housing conditions are at the root of
It is being hailed as a key sign that things are getting back to normal in Switzerland. Now that flood waters have receded, the Gotthard Road Tunnel
With millions of Chinese-made textile goods piling up in European warehouses and ports, talks on revising a trade pact have continued on Saturday
Delegates at the congress of Germany’s Left party have approved the leadership’s election programme.
The grouping of Socialists and disaffected
A top Hamas bomb-maker has sent an uncompromising message to Israel.
“You have occupied our land. Now you are leaving Gaza humiliated,” said