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Award-winning Iranian film director Jafar Panahi is reportedly about to be freed from jail, where he has been on hunger strike for more than a
As the bagging of washed up spillage on Louisiana’s beaches continues, British Petroleum is preparing to choke off the gush of oil at its defunct
Raising hopes for the some 60,000 Europeans waiting for an organ transplant, the EU has introduced new legislation on donations. How does this affect
In the middle of a monetary crisis, the euro zone is getting ready to accept a new member – Estonia. Brussels believes the country meets all the
Tensions between Washington and Beijing seem to have eased in the economic talks between US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and top Chinese
Just days after taking over the Treasury, the man in charge of Britain’s finances George Osborne has outlined plans to cut the equivalent of 7.25
Jamaica’s prime minister has vowed to confront those responsible for attacks on the police in the popular Caribbean tourist destination.
Thousands of British Airways passengers have had flights cancelled or disrupted as the air carrier’s cabin crew launched a five-day strike.
Tensions continue to rise between the two Koreas over the sinking of one of the south’s warships and the loss of 46 lives.
Both sides have raised
From the air it looks like any other waste water treatment plant.
But this is actually the first hydro-electric power station in Australia to be
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on China to join the United States in condemning North Korea for the alleged sinking of a South Korean
At least 15 people are now reported to have died during week long extreme flooding in Poland, the worst to hit the country in more than a decade
It has been a day of return for thousands of Bangkok office workers as the city reopened for business after one of the country’s worst
The German government is reportedly to cut its budget by ten billion euros a year until 2016.
According to the Financial Times there could be tax
The leader of Spain’s largest union has said the country is moving closer to a general strike in protest at the government cutbacks although Fernando
Japan’s government has left its overall assessment of the economy unchanged, saying it is “picking up steadily” though in its monthly report for May
In the art world, impression, cubism and the work of Fabergé are rarely found together.
But international auction house Sotheby’s has
At least 13 people are now feared dead after severe flooding hit large swathes of Poland.
In the town of Swiniary about 100 kilometres north-west
Jamaica’s prime minister has vowed to confront head on those responsible for attacks on the police in the popular Caribbean tourist destination.
Cabin crew at British Airways have begun a new strike amid an increasingly acrimonious war of words between unions and management.
The first day
The growing North/South Korean dispute was not the only thing on the agenda as Hillary Clinton and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner arrived in Beijing
South Korea has suspended all trade and investment with North Korea in response to the North’s attack on a South Korean warship, which killed 46
More than 6,000 Harley Davidson bikers parade across one of the longest bridges to break record.
A British environment campaigner has become the first person to swim in a glacial lake on Mount Everest.
The Champs-Elysees, was turned green on Sunday, as part of a two-day event aimed at highlighting the work and plight of French farmers.
New lawnmower land speed record over 86 miles per hour (137 kilometres per hour).
Britain’s Duchess of York has apologised after being caught on camera apparently offering access to her ex-husband Prince Andrew for more than half a
Special prayers have been held across Poland after widespread flooding left at least 12 people dead.
A week of heavy rains has caused several
The Icelandic volcano that caused havoc for air travellers across Europe for more than a month has stopped erupting, according to a leading