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The Turkish parliament is at the heart of a political crisis. One year on from the AKP’s historic election victory, the constitutional court is
A religious schism dividing three Christian churches is the focus of a weekend of celebrations in Ukraine for the Orthodox movement. The leader of
An Australian Jumbo Jet had to make an emergency landing in the Philippines after a section of the fuselage blew out at an altitude of nearly 9,000
There were smiles and warm handshakes all round as Venezuela’s President, Hugo Chavez, and Spain’s King Juan Carlos met for the first time since
When Gordon Brown was Britain’s finance minister, before he took the top job, was always able boast that he had kept the economy in a robust state
The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has been patching up morale in his party once more, after Labour suffered yet another spectacular by-election
U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama has called on Iran to quickly accept an offer of trade and technical incentives to halt its
Leaders of Cyprus’ estranged Greek and Turkish communities have agreed to restart talks about reuniting the island.
Greek Cypriot leader Demetris
The man accused of orchestrating Europe’s worst war crimes since the Second World War is expected to be extradited to face trial for genocide at the
Europe’s justice ministers have been meeting in Brussels to find better ways to tackle organised crime.
They are strengthening Eurojust, which
South Africa and the European Union have held historic talks, with Brussels solidly backing President Thabo Mbeki’s diplomatic efforts over Zimbabwe
In an attempt to preserve their profits, Britain’s biggest record labels are trying to counter illegal file-sharing of music tracks. They have
Lufthansa’s 50,000 plus ground staff and cabin crew have voted to go on indefinite strike from Monday over their pay claim. Germany’s Verdi trade
European shares ended the session on Friday virtually unchanged having been much lower.
They rebounded in response to much stronger-than-expected
First held back in 1976, Paleo is now Switzerland’s biggest open-air music event. Held in Nyon, near Geneva, some 220,000 people flock to listen to
The trials of growing up are all captured in ‘‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’‘, the latest movie from ‘‘Bend It Like Beckham’‘ director
Euregio Meuse-Rhin is an experiment in cross border co-operation. Emergency services from the three countries that meet there – Germany, Belgium and
Pressure is growing on the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown to call a general election, after yet another disastrous poll result.
This time it
An Australian jumbo jet has made an emergency landing after losing cabin pressure and plunging thousands of feet during a flight from Hong Kong to
Two weeks to go to the Olympics, and Games fever has swept through Beijing. Thousands of sports fans queued for hours in the hot and muggy
A forest fire on the Greek Island of Rhodes is still raging. It is not threatening the island’s tourist areas yet but concerns are growing as firemen
Switzerland has reacted cautiously to reports that Libya is to cut off oil sales to the country following the arrest of Colonel Gadaffi’s youngest
Scottish nationalists have dealt Britain’s ruling Labour Party another election defeat.
The Scottish National Party’s John Mason overturned a
It is the most romantic city in the world and, like much of Europe, Paris looks to have fallen in love with Barack Obama
A warm welcome is expected
Two months ago, Libya threatened to suspend co-operation with Italy, on immigration. It has now announced that it is close to a deal which would see