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Threats to kidnap foreigners have triggered a pullout of Western media from Gaza. As journalists and camera crews left, the international row over
Poland’s government has averted a snap general election by clinching a power-sharing deal with two minor parties. The accord ends months of
The Danish government has ruled out apologising over the cartoons which originally appeared in a Danish newspaper.
After meeting with Muslim envoys
International observers have arrived in Haiti for one of the most dangerous election monitoring missions in the world. The Caribbean nation is
The Dutch government, lead by Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende, has won a parliamentary vote to send more troops to Afghanistan. The controversial
The UN nuclear watchdog’s governing board says a meeting on whether Iran should be reported to the Security Council over its atomic programme will go
Protests have spread across the Muslim world over the publication in several European newspapers of cartoons lampooning the prophet Mohammed.
Hope is fading that there will be large numbers of survivors following the sinking of a ferry in the Red Sea off Egypt.
It is thought around a
One year after the ‘Orange Revolution’ Ukraine is still trying to find its place in Europe and in the world. The gas conflict with Russia, the
Austria has taken the reins of the European Union presidency for the first half of this year, coordinating the politics of the EU’s 25 member
Hundreds of people have attended a mass in the southern Polish city of Katowice to remember the victims killed and injured when the roof of an