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US-led NATO troops have stormed the Taliban stronghold of Marjah in Afghanistan’s Helmand province.
Spearheading a 15,000 strong force of
Anti-Nazi protesters blocked streets and rail lines into Dresden and hurled missiles and insults at far-right demonstrators on the 65th anniversary
Mainstream political parties and other democratic institutions formed a human chain to symbolically protect their restored city from the neo-Nazis
The fitting of a new bay window for the International Space Station is set to be completed tonight, when astronauts Robert Behnken and Nicholas
At least eight people have been killed in a bomb blast in a packed restaurant in the Indian city of Pune.
The explosion happened in the evening
The Afghan government has pledged to hold any territory seized in the Taliban heartland during the assault, codenamed operation Moshtarak.
Former US President Bill Clinton is back at his desk working on the Haiti relief programme two days after a successful heart procedure to open a
As many as 15,000 US, British and Afghan soldiers have launched a massive military offensive in Afghanistan.
Helicopter borne attack troops are
Chinese premier Wen Jiabao is warning his people to keep a “sober mind” as the country enters the Year of the Tiger.
Priority should be given to
In Haiti earthquake survivors have marked the exact moment when the earthquake struck a month ago killing more than 200,000 people.
In Port au
Conservatives are in power now in most EU countries. Two economists, one alternative, the other in conventional investment, debate the political
Hungary’s most famous film studio, Balazs Bala, is celebrating 50 years of experimental movie making, with an exhibition in Budapest.
As the snow fell, the 60th edition of the Berlin Film Festival got underway, with 26 movies in competition, including 18 world premieres.
In a nod
The skies over Vancouver illuminated by spectacular pyrotechnic display.
But a black cloud has crept across the 2010 Winter Olympics following the
A shooting at a university campus in the United States has left three people dead and several others injured.
A female member of staff was arrested
Roman Polanski’s latest production ‘The Ghost Writer’ has premiered at the Berlin Film Festival.
But while its stars like Pierce Brosnan and Ewan
US-led NATO forces have launched what is being dubbed their biggest offensive in Afghanistan since the Taliban were overthrown in 2001.
Not all Canadians are keen on welcoming the world, amid claims the Winter Olympics are a massive waste of money. Anti-povery and anti-globalisation
The 2010 Winter Olympics are beginning under a black cloud after a young luge competitor died in a high-speed practice crash.