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Forces loyal to Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi have seized back control of the oil town of Brega. It follows their success on Saturday when they drove
Britain’s Liberal Democrats gathered in Sheffield at the weekend for the first time since the party took a share of power in a coalition
The cooling system in Japan’s Tokai number two nuclear plant has broken down.
The latest crisis comes as authorities struggle to avoid a possible
The tsunami came crashing into the northern port of Minamisanriku, sweeping away everything in its path. Whole buildings were washed away, cars
An earthquake, a tsunami and an uncertain nuclear threat: the scale of the disaster to hit Japan dwarfs everyday political crises.
Thousands of Turkish journalists have taken to the streets in Istanbul demanding the release of colleagues jailed on charges of antigovernment
A second state of emergency has been declared over another Japanese nuclear plant, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency, the
Chinese police enforced tight securtiy in Beijing on Sunday to prevent pro-democracy demonstrations taking hold in the captial.
A day after a jewish famiy was murdered by a Palestinian, the Israeli government has given the go-ahead for more settlements on the occupied West
In Lebanon thousands of people have been protesting in the capital Beirut against what they see as the country’s sectarian political system.
The death toll in Japan’s earthquake and tsunami is likely to exceed 10,000 in one state alone, an official said on Sunday 13th March. Millions of
Workers cleaning up at an air force base in Miyagi prefecture, after the tsunami coursed through it, smashing fighter jets and covering buildings and
The Japanese prime minister Naoto Kan has described the aftermath of Friday’s tsunami and earthquake as the “toughest and most difficult crisis”
There have been clashes in Bahrain between police and hundreds of protesters who blocked a main highway leading to the Financial Harbour – a key
Evacuees from Fukushima prefecture have been tested for exposure to high levels of radiation after the emergency at the Fukushima plant.
A Cuban court has sentenced a US aid contractor to 15 years in jail for crimes against the state.
Havana claims Alan Gross was creating
Silvio Berlusconi’s controversial plans to change the constitution have brought thousands of protesters onto the streets of Italy. The prime
Tens of thousands of people have been protesting their plight in Portugal, the day after new austerity measures were announced. A group of Internet
Gradually the rescue workers’ discoveries are confirming the worst fears. Official estimates of the number of victims is being revised upwards
A call by Arab countries for the UN to impose a no-fly zone over Libya has won backing from the United States.
Washington described the declaration
Already battling to contain a radiation leak at an earthquake-crippled nuclear plant, Japan is now facing a fresh threat at another reactor.
An international relief effort has swung into action for Japan.
From sniffer dogs and search and resue teams to medical experts, help is at hand in