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Funerals have taken place for some of the Christian worshippers killed in one of the bloodiest attack on Iraq’s Christian minority in seven
In Washington DC and New York City and across the United States, voters ahead of the midterm elections are of mixed minds about their government’s
Americans have started delivering their verdict on Barack Obama in mid-term elections that look set to take control of Congress away from his
Tens of thousands of people turned out in Washington on August 28 to answer a call from Fox News host Glenn Beck to ‘Restore America’s Honour.’
The American mid-term elections take place on Tuesday but how, if at all, will Obama’s foreign policy choices affect the results?
Britain and Germany have announced new airline security measures in the wake of the parcel bomb threat against the United States.
Greek police have intercepted a booby-trapped parcel addressed to French President Nicolas Sarkozy, one of four packages to be sent.
Mixed news on the US economy where there was surprisingly strong growth last month in the manufacturing sector but personal income fell while
John F. Kennedy’s closest aide and speech-writer, Ted Sorensen, has died aged 82 after suffering a stroke last week.
Sorensen is credited with many
In electing Dilma Rousseff, Brazilians have effectively voted for more of the same.
The country’s first female president will inherit a robust
Carbon emissions and greenhouse gases are some of the most daunting problems facing our planet.
Now, Australian scientists have developed a unique
Iranian Director Hossein Kershavarz and Jim Loach have both made their feature film debuts at the Rome Film Festival.
“Dog Sweat” follows six
For the first time in nearly 20 years a commercial airliner has flown from Western Europe into the to Iraqi capital Baghdad.
The private French
China spent more on the Shanghai Expo than it did on the Beijing Olympics. So what do we read into that? For an overview, euronews spoke to Robert
The International Monetary Fund says Romania is on track to cut its budget deficit to 6.8 percent of GDP this year easing concerns about the
China’s factories increased production last month and gained new orders.
That was the finding of surveys of purchasing managers in the
Ryanair’s share fell after its quarterly net profit came in below expectations because of a hefty fuel bill due to higher prices and increased
A Saudi bomb-maker is the prime suspect in the plot to send parcel bombs to the United States.
Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri is the brother of a bomber
Reports from Greece say a parcel bomb has exploded in the offices of a courier company, slightly injuring an employee.
Its final destination was
The Halloween holiday was celebrated this year at the Dracula Castle Hotel in the Tihuta Pass, Bistrita-Nasaud County (northern Romania) with a
The Kurdish separatists the PKK are emerging as the most likely perpetrators of a bombing in Istanbul yesterday, even though no group has claimed the
The Iraqi government says at least 52 hostages and police died in an operation by security forces to rescue worshippers held in a Catholic church in
Guantanamo Bay’s youngest prisoner has been sentenced to 40 years behind bars by an American war crimes tribunal.
But Omar Khadr will only serve a
The Russian president has re-awakened a 65 year old diplomatic row with Japan by visiting an island that is claimed by both Moscow and
An Iraqi forces-led bid to rescue dozens of hostages held in a Baghdad church has left over 30 worshippers dead.
The operation began after gunmen
Victims of child sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests have held a candlelight protest near St. Peter’s Square in Rome.
They had come from a dozen
It has taken a decade but the long delayed presidential election in the west African state of Ivory Coast has passed off peacefully.
It is the
With the clock ticking towards Tuesday’s mid-term election, US Republicans have been doing the rounds of the television studios.
They see the poll
For 68-year-old Jose Serra from the Brazilian Social Democracy Party, this second presidential defeat could mark the end of his political
The result of the Brazilian presidential election, expected as it was, prompted scenes of jubilation among Rousseff’s Workers Party and many