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The prominent Cuban dissident Guillermo Farinas has given his reaction to the release of 52 political prisoners by authorities there. He gave an
The Scottish government has denied it had any contact with oil giant BP before its decision last year to release the Libyan man convicted of the 1988
Dramatic footage shows the moment when suicide bombers attacked a crowded Shi’ite mosque in Iran, killing at least 28 people and wounding some 250
Tackling terrorism or cracking down on human rights?
Russia’s lower house of parliament has backed a government-proposed bill to extend the powers
London River is the story of two parents from different worlds searching for their missing children after the 7/7 bomb blasts in London. Directed by
Kyrgyzstan, April 2010. After the widespread rioting in the capital Bishkek and the ousting of president Bakiev, the situation in this Central Asian
Robbie Williams has rejoined Take That and the British band has recorded their first album with all five members since 1995.
EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding and Belgian Justice Minister Stefaan de Clerck today launched a new website called e-Justice.
The nightmare of BSE (Bovine Spongiform Enchephalitis – or Mad Cow Disease) is mercifully almost forgotten in the EU now. In total almost 200,000
Investors in Hong Kong were as unenthusiastic as their Shanghai counterparts as Agricultural Bank of China’s share went on sale on Friday.
Google’s quarterly profit came in weaker than analysts had predicted, the first time that has happened in two years.
Higher expenses offset a 24
Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson has posted a second consecutive quarterly profit.
The Swedish-Japanese joint venture benefited from a rise in
As the euro hit $1.30 on the weakness of the US currency, the chairman of the euro zone finance ministers group, Jean-Claude Juncker, said the euro
Five thousand people have been arrested across China and south-east Asia in coordinated crackdown on illegal betting on the football World
Barack Obama says BP’s successful capping of the ruptured oil well in the Gulf of Mexico is “good news”.
But the US President hedged his bets
A hotel fire in the city of Sulaimaniya in northern Iraq has killed 29 people and injured at least 40 others.
Earlier reports had said the number
A grand welcome for the German Chancellor in Beijing.
Angela Merkel is attempting to strengthen her country’s business ties in China during a
New Zealand is mourning the death of an icon: Moko, the bottlenose dolphin.
Moko was a regular fixture on the beaches of the country’s northeast
At least five people have been killed and five missing in western Japan after heavy rains caused flooding and landslides.
Members of the Palestinian Fatah al-Intifada group have celebrated their military graduation with a passing-out show at the Saladin camp in Ghouta
A dolphin suddenly leaped out of a tank during a show at Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, in southwestern Japan.
Russia’s lower house of parliament, the Duma, has backed a controversial bill to extend the powers of the country’s main intelligence agency, the
It is the big talking point at Zydeco’s Cajun Kitchen in Belle Chasse, Louisiana.
Oil is no longer spewing into the Gulf of Mexico, at least for
At least 40 people have been killed and 23 have been injured in a fire in northern Iraq.
The fire hit the Soma Hotel in the city of Suleimaniya
Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon has been honoured in Argentina for his pursuit of the leaders of the country’s military dictatorship.
At least 40 people have died and at least 22 have been injured in a hotel fire in northern Iraq.
The incident happened in the city of Sulaimaniya
What are the top highlights of the show this year for the visiting public?
The daily flying display promises to be truly spectacular highlight
The US Senate has approved the biggest shakeup of American financial regulation in decades.
The reforms impose lending restrictions on banks in a
Faced with an ageing population, EU nations are under pressure to reform their pension systems.
The European Commission has recently issued a green
Zagreb police reported on Thursday morning that five people have been arrested for passive resistance at the start of the construction works on a