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Britain and the United States have closed their embassies in Yemen after the US mission in the capital Sanaa received a specific threat from al
The Danish government has given its first reaction following the suspected attempted murder of cartoonist Kurt Westergaard.
Yesterday, a Somali
A homemade bomb has exploded outside a courthouse in the southern Italian city of Reggio Calabria.
The device, a gas canister with explosives on
The Afghan parliament’s rejection of more than two thirds of President Hamid Karzai’s new cabinet is a setback for him, but what do the people of
As a push to resume peace talks looks to be gaining momentum, tension in the Middle East remains acute on the ground.
Today Jewish settler leaders
Swine flu vaccines are being sold from one country to another, with France getting rid of surplus stocks bought at the height of fears about the
The US and Britan are stepping up support for the fight against terrorism in Yemen amid growing fears it could become a safe haven for al
Police in Mexico have arrested a suspected drug lord of one of the country’s most powerful cartels.
Carlos Beltran Leyva was captured on Wednesday
A massive snowstorm has hit Beijing, bringing the Chinese capital to a virtual standstill.
The extreme weather has resulted in many of the city’s
Two passenger trains have collided in northwest Turkey, killing a driver and injuring three others.
Local reports say the accident occurred after
Thousands of Belgians welcomed in the new decade on Saturday with a chilly new year dip in the North Sea.
After 15 minutes of stretching and
Two trains have collided in northwest Turkey, killing the driver and injuring three other train personnel.
Some passengers are reported to be
A Somalian has appeared in court in Denmark to deny charges of attempting to murder a cartoonist who depicted the Prophet Mohammad with a bomb in his
The Afghan parliament is about to start a month’s recess but it will be no holiday for President Hamid Karzai.
He needs to find a raft of new
Thousands of people filled the streets of Bilbao, in Spain’s Basque country, just hours after a judge rejected efforts to ban the rally.
Almost a quarter of Icelandic voters are demanding their president veto a deal that would see tax payers foot the bill for the country’s failed