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The continuing violence in Gaza is one of the top issues for Israeli voters and, with less than a week to go until the nation votes, the popularity
Moscow is sending decidedly mixed signals to President Dmitry Medvedev’s new US counterpart.
On the one hand, it is reiterating support for the
Striking British energy workers could be heading back to work amid reports a deal has been reached to resolve a dispute over the use of foreign
Israel is breaking international law and it must be stopped, according to the Palestinian President.
In an address to the European Parliament in
France’s popular Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner took to the floor of parliament to issue an angry denial of allegations made in a new book that he
Roberto Saviano’s controversial book “Gomorra” exposed the dealings of the Casalesi family, part of Naples’ all-powerful Camorra crime ring. In
US President Barack Obama has unveiled tough new measures to curb salaries for top executives in companies receiving bailout funds in future
German scientists are claiming to have to taken a giant leap in footwear technology with the creation of a smart shoe that grows with childrens’
Disarming the flu virus of its “knife” element, through which it hijacks human proteins, has become a key strategy in the battle against the illness
Under growing pressure to act, the Vatican has ordered a newly-reinstated bishop to publicly retract remarks in which he denied the Holocaust.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has addressed the European Parliament in Strasbourg. It comes a day after the Fatah leader held talks in Paris
A traditional Russian ally has moved closer into Moscow’s orbit, in a move with implications for the West’s war on the Taliban.
Russia has offered
US President Barak Obama has admitted to a mistake in the make up of his cabinet after two nominees withdrew over tax issues. “I’ve got to own up to
Under growing international pressure amid claims that migrants have been ill-treated, Thailand is standing firm.
Denying any abuse, Bangkok says
“Today Europe is, I think, paying the highest price for the Mafia’s economic presence. And, socially, it will realise this when it is too late, just
France’s most popular politician, Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, is under fire in a book published today. In a conflict of interests scandal, he
When customers stand in front of a fruit and vegetables shelf in a supermarket or at a market stall, they have a choice. Do they buy, for example
Barack Obama appears to be backing away from the risk of triggering a trade war. The US President has hinted that a controversial “Buy American”
Things are going from bad to worse for the Vatican in the row over the rehabilitation of a bishop who denies the extent of the Holocaust. Amid a wave
Iran’s launch of a locally-made satellite is raising concern in the West as to just how far Iranian technology has progressed. The launch of the
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger rebels are being urged to consider surrendering to advancing government troops. International mediators to the country – the
Former US Senator Tom Daschle has withdrawn his candidature as President Barack Obama’s new health secretary after a row over unpaid taxes. “It was
The latest hostage to be released by Colombian rebels has launched a stinging attack on the country’s president. Former local governor Alan Jara had