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Heavy rain has brought more deadly mudslides and flooding to central and western China, hampering efforts to bring relief to those affected by recent
The backlash of Pakistan’s record monsoon flooding is killing children first, and the danger of runaway disease is increasing, the United Nations has
Russian fire crews are struggling to control a vast wildfire near the country’s main nuclear research facility. It is unclear how close the flames
Around 150 hot air balloons are taking to the skies of the south-western UK city of Bristol this weekend as part of the annual four-day
The long arm of the law has just got a little bit shorter and smaller with ‘kiddie cops’ helping to keep the Spanish streets of Cantabria
British package holiday company Sun4U has become the second such firm to go bankrupt this summer. The ABTA Travel Association said around 1,200 Sun4
The French government has rejected criticism from a UN committee that it is failing to stem a rising tide of racism in the country.
Fever, stomach problems and skin diseases were spreading among Pakistani flood victims adding another dimension of danger to a widespread crisis.
Germany was the engine of growth for the euro zone economy in the second quarter of the year.
Gross domestic product expanded at the fastest rate
ThyssenKrupp, said robust demand from the car and engineering sectors meant it was able to post better than expected results.
Oracle has accused Google of patent and copyright infringement over parts of the Android computer software used for smartphones.
It launched a law
Two firefighters have been killed battling flames tearing through woodland in northwestern Spain.
Like neighbouring Portugal, the country is
The “flower carpet,” a major Brussels tourist attraction, adorn the Grand Place. Volunteer florists place the flowers, following a pattern created by
A forest fire fanned by shifting gusts of wind killed two firemen in northwestern Spain. Meanwhile, 19 Wildfires spread in Portugal, according to the
The danger of runaway disease as a result of Pakistan’s worst flooding in decades is increasing, warns the United Nations. On top of more than 1,600
Delivering medicines to Pakistan’s flood-ravaged people continues to face many obstacles.
Although water has receded in some areas, more rain
Large parts of Russia remain ablaze as hundreds of wildfires continue to burn across the country.
The disaster has left 54 people dead, according
Floods have left nine people dead and nine others missing in northwest Gansu province. At least 1,144 people were killed in rain-triggered mudslides.
This Friday 13 marks Fidel Castro’s 84th birthday.
Demonstrating his longevity already last week he gave a short speech in the parliament in
Leaders from Europe’s far-right parties will visit a controversial World War II shrine in Tokyo on Saturday after gathering in the city for a
Mudslides in southwest China have killed five people and injured more than 500.
Heavy rain lashed Sichuan province late on Thursday, sparking the
A US judge who overturned California’s same-sex marriage ban has ruled that gay weddings could resume there next week if an appeals court fails to
Rescue workers resort to crane to pull obese woman from apartment, after the woman, who was unable to move, called for help.
The United Nations ordained the International Youth Day, the day to “build partnerships with youth on every front”.
A new plaque on the wall of Poland’s presidential palace in memory of the late leader Lech Kaczynski has done little to appease some of his
A US judge who overturned California’s same-sex marriage ban has ruled that gay weddings can resume there as early as next week.
More flood warnings have been issued by the authorities in Pakistan amid fears that not enough aid is reaching those who need it most.
Radiation risks from Russian wildfires have been blown out of proportion say scientists assessing the danger from burning forests on land polluted by
Raging wildfires in Portugal have forced the authorities to evacuate a small mountain village in the north of the country.
About 100 people were