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The White House says the US commander in Afghanistan angered President Obama with his comments critical of the administration. The magazine Rolling
The vote seemed comprehensive in the Spanish parliament: 168 in favour, only eight against. MPs approved the socialist government’s plans to reform
Russia has supported, for the first time, a condemnation of human rights abuses in the North Caucasus region by the Council of Europe Parliamentary
Three quarters of Europeans on average believe that poverty has increased in their country over the past year. The ratio of those who say it is a
Moscow and Minsk face the prospect of a ‘gas war, Belarus’ President has said.
The warning came as the country gets ready to turn off the transit
Employees at Italian car giant Fiat are voting on a new working deal that could have wider implications for Italy’s labour market.
The people running German companies have become more optimistic.
That was the finding of the latest survey of 7,000 firms by the Munich-based Ifo
Britain’s George Osborne was the first to actually do it, but all three of Europe’s largest economies are moving to get their bailout money back from
Over the weekend of 18th-20th June nearly 5,000 re-enactors gathered just south of Brussels in Belgium to re-enact the Battle of Waterloo.
Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz re-unite in this non-stop spy-action-comedy-action-slightly-romantic-action… er adventure.
Critics have been on the
The Golden Age of the Mayas was between the 3rd and the 4th centuries. Their script was
considered the most advanced in the Americas, and was used
British Airways has reached a deal over its 4.4 billion euro pension plan black hole.
The agreement with the scheme’s trustees means it will not
Volkswagen’s Audi division has said it will sell more than one million cars this year and beat its previously announced earnings targets.
Another strike was underway on Tuesday at a parts supplier in southern China is hitting production by Japanese car manufacturers there – including
Separatist group the Kurdistan Freedom Hawks has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on a military bus that killed five people in Istanbul on
The top US commander in Afghanistan has been summoned to the White House to explain comments critical of the Obama administration which are to be
There are calls in France for a high profile minister and his wife to be investigated over their involvement with the country’s richest woman who’s
At least four people have been killed and up to fifteen others injured after a bus carrying Turkish military personnel was hit by a bomb blast.
A passenger train has derailed in Congo Republic, killing around 50 people.
The accident happened late on Monday night after the train left the
Plans to tackle Britain’s record 185 billion euro deficit will be unveiled in parliament today in an emergency budget by the Chancellor of the
The president of Belarus has reportedly ordered all Russian gas deliveries destined for Europe to be switched off, in an apparent deepening of a debt
A tornado that ripped the roof off a sports arena in Billings, in the US State of Montana, on Sunday evening also tore through businesses, damaged a
The oldest festival in Morocco, Sefrou Cherry festival celebrates 90 years since the first festivities to celebrate the once harvest of cherries.
Israel wants the UN to suspend its plans for an independent investigation into last month’s deadly Israeli commando raid on a Gaza-bound aid
At least three people have been killed and 15 others hurt by a blast close to a military housing complex in Istanbul.
The suspected bomb went off
With the feuding French world cup squad providing more entertainment off the field than on it, – for anyone not French that is- France’s president
Belarus and the European Commission have played down fears that gas supplies to Western Europe could be effected by a dispute between Moscow and
A senior cardinal caught up in a corruption probe connected to his work for the Vatican has denied any wrong doing.
Crescenzio Sepe, who is also
More than a dozen companies have gone to court in the US, to challenge a ban on deepwater drilling.
President Obama imposed the six month ban in the