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French football star Karime Benzema is completely innocent and has nothing to answer for, his lawyers says.
In an interview with Euronews, lawyer
Karim Benzema’s Real Madrid colleagues lept to his defence on Wednesday.
The nine-time European champions have said the former Lyon forward has
President Barack Obama has signed into law the most sweeping overhaul of US financial regulations since the Great Depression.
The bill targets the
Belgian King Albert II has called on his country to “look ahead” and branded the tensions between the Dutch speaking Flanders and Wallonia’s
Air traffic controllers in Barcelona have disrupted many flights in the whole of southern Europe with their own industrial action, reporting in sick
It is one of Europe’s biggest open air concerts, six days of music next to a glittering Swiss lake.
Now in it’s 35th edition, Switzerland’s Paleo
Over 700 people have already died in floods in China that are drowning the south of the country.
13 million people have been evacuated, and now more
The EU wants to introduce a standard letter of rights to criminal suspects based on the American ‘Miranda Warning,’ which begins with the phrase “You
It was expected that Apple was going to have a good second quarter but its results surpassed those forecasts.
It reported a 78 percent rise in
Ahead of the release of the results of stress tests to see how Europe’s bank would cope with a worsening economy, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel
Fiat’s shares shot up on a higher than expected second quarter trading profit and it said it may raise its profit targets later this year.
There is little sign of a slowdown in the aviation industry as orders worth more than nine billion euros were announced on the third day of Britain’s
After Les Bleus embarassing performance at the World Cup, you would be forgiven for thinking that it couldn’t get any worse for French
All The Lovers is the first single off Kylie’s new album, Aphrodite. The sngle, and indeed the entire album, has been greeted with reviewers with
Countdown to Zero is a documentary about nuclear proliferation in the context of global terrorism. Produced by Lawrence Bender, who also produced Al
Canadian archeologists from the University of Toronto are restoration and interpreting an Assyrian tablet from Southern Turkey. The tablet is 43cm
In Aukland, New Zealand, wheelchair users have new hope of improved mobility after a company unveiled a new type of robotic leg. According to the
Ramush Haradinaj’s political allies in Kosovo have been reacting to Wednesday’s ruling .
Officials from the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, the
DNA tests are being carried out on the remains of two bodies taken from the graves of Romania’s former communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his
The biggest unions are against it, and holidaymakers will be furious French air traffic controllers have struck again for the third time this year
One area of the aviation industry where competition is increasingly fierce is the 100-130-seater sector, with several new players popping up
The Boeing 787 and the Airbus A 400M are the stars of this year’s Farnborough International Air Show in the UK – even if they only stayed two
A full recovery in the commercial aviation market is in the air at the UK’s Farnborough International Air Show.
After the financial crisis, the
A UN court ordered on Wednesday that former Kosovan prime minister Ramush Haradinaj must face a retrial for war crimes.
Greenpeace activists demonstrate against the the BP oil spill outside the ministry of Economy in Berlin, being reflected in a mock oilspill.
Condom distribution in the metro of Vienna, in Austria, before the beginning of the 18th international conference on AIDS.
The United States is to impose new sanctions on North Korea, including the purchase and sale of arms as well as the freezing of individuals’
Islamist militants have killed two people and injured two others in an attack on a hydroelectric power station in Russia’s North Caucasus
British Prime Minister David Cameron has rejected calls by US senators for an inquiry into whether BP influenced the release of Lockerbie bomber
French air traffic controllers are striking over EU plans to merge civil aviation authorities in six countries amid fears it could lead to job