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Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev has overturned a proposed law that would have imposed new restrictions on street protests.
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US President Barack Obama already has something to show for his visit to India, the first stop on a 10-day, four nation Asian tour that also takes in
On the first day of his visit, there are plenty of voices in Spain calling for Pope Benedict XVI to go home. A number of groups were in Santiago de
A leading Russian journalist has been brutally attacked outside his home.
Oleg Kashin’s legs, jaw and fingers were broken and he has been put in an
A train carrying 123 tonnes of nuclear waste, dubbed ‘Chernobyl on wheels’ by protesters, has crossed the border from France into Germany.
The first stop on US President Barack Obama’s 10-day Asian tour is India and the Taj Hotel in Mumbai, the city attacked by terrorists two years
The Pope is visiting Spain on his second trip there since becoming leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
Another trip is planned for next year, such
Authorities in the United Arab Emirates say they are investigating the al Qaeda claim that it was behind last month’s foiled plot to send parcel
The torrential rains of Hurricane Tomas have forced thousands of Haitians to high ground to escape flooding, and at least seven people have died as
There were smiles from the French and Chinese leaders in Nice as they celebrated “a real convergence of views” on reshaping the international
Italian government ministers have approved a new security package which would allow citizens of other EU states to be deported if they do not fufill
The Yemen based wing of al-Qaeda has said it was behind lasts month’s foiled plot to send parcel bombs to the US. The claim by the militant group was
Santiago de Compostela in Spain, with its ornate cathedral, is waiting to welcome Pope Benedict the 16th on a visit this weekend.
Anti-nuclear activists say they have successfully re-routed a highly radioactive train travelling from France to Germany.
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Already reeling from a recent cholera outbreak and widespread quake destruction, much of Haiti now finds itself underwater.
Torrential rain and