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Thousands of Kurds have taken to the streets of Brussels to protest at what they see as police discrimination.
The march comes two days after
The most prestigous ceremony in the Holywood diary is the Oscars. Preparations are under way for the showpiece awards bash in Los Angeles on
The British Prime Minister has flown into Afghanistan amid a growing row over defence funding.
Gordon Brown visited British troops at two front-
The people of Iceland are today widely expected to vote against a deal to pay back debt to Britain and the Netherlands.
The money has been owed
Here are some extra excerpts from our interview with Cecilia Bartoli. She presents ‘Sacrificium,’ her latest work recorded with Italian period
Thousands of votes have already been cast in Iraq by the police and army, inmates and hospital patients in advance of Sunday’s election when Prime
A Cuban dissident who has spent nine days on hunger strike says he will starve himself to death unless authorities release political
In Hobart harbour, Australia the anti-whaling ship the Sea Shepherd returned to port after three months at sea, the end of the summer campaign
Food is returning to the supermarkets in Chile seven days after the earthquake struck. Food deliveries to Concepcion, amongst the hardest hit cities
In Iraq 24 hours before the country’s parliamentary elections the bombers have struck again, this time on the streets of the holy city of
Riot police in Athens tear gassed protesters opposed to painful cutbacks. Demonstrations started outside parliament.
The Greek Prime Minister has begun a five-day tour of foreign capitals, hoping to garner international support for his country, as it faces one of
The people of Iceland are being asked today whether or not to support a deal to pay back billions of euros to the British and Dutch governments
The people of Concepcion are still struggling to come to terms with the aftermath of last week’s earthquake. A series of aftershocks, one with a