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The Roman ruins of Pompeii have suffered more collapses – the third and fourth in a month. Two walls crumbled along one of the site’s main streets
In an exclusive interview with the EU’s High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy, Catherine Ashton, Europe’s top diplomat talked about
The European External Action Service, the new EU diplomatic structure, has been officially inaugurated.
Under the foreign policy chief, the High
It’s an eerie night on the Loire River, in Western France, and we’re on the trail of a mysterious fish. The eel. But after 3 hours, the catch thins
The headquarters of the EU delegation in Cairo is the starting-out point of many development projects aimed at strengthening Europe-Egypt
Deep beneath the Dead Sea, drilling has begun in a project which aims to shed light on half a million years of natural history and climate change.
Seoul and Washington have concluded their show of mililtary might off the divided Korean peninsula, amid claims the North is likely to attack the
Award-winning director of Babel Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Spanish actor Javier Bardem came to Madrid to promote their latest film, Biutiful.
Nerves of steel are needed on the roads in much of Europe where early winter weather has made getting to the office almost mission
Interpol has placed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on its most-wanted list.
The 39-year-old, whose wherebouts are unknown, is wanted on a number
Eight men have been arrested in northeastern Spain, suspected of collaborating with the terrorist organisation that carried out the attacks in Mumbai
Sydney’s famous Opera House was turned red as part of this year’s campaign to mark World Aids Day.
Official figures show nearly two million people
The EU has today officially launched its new Diplomatic Service – the European External Action Service (SEAE). Catherine Ashton, the EU’s High
International pressure is growing on Ivory Coast to issue the results of its disputed presidential election after the opposition accused the current
An FBI investigation has been launched at a privately-run US jail after guards allegedly stood by and watched a prisoner get beaten unconscious
The first meeting of the international body monitoring democracy and security for more than ten years is being held in the Central Asian state of
After troops and local police recently launched a crack down on crime in Rio de Janeiro’s slums, Brazilian soldiers are to stay in the worst of the
At least 30 people have been killed in Morocco after heavy flooding struck the north African country on Tuesday.
Twenty-four of the victims were
Thousands of students on Tuesday marched through Rome as part of nationwide protests against university budget cuts.
Organisers said 50,000
Internet giant Google is being investigated by the European Commission amid complaints that it has abused its dominant market position.
A number of
A majority within the US military support the lifting of a ban on gays serving openly in the armed forces.
That’s the finding of a Pentagon report
Snow and freezing temperatures continue to take their toll on road, rail and air travel across Europe.
Large parts of Poland have been covered in