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British electro-pop duo The Pet Shop Boys have written the score for a contemporary dance piece, based on one of Hans Christian Andersen’s
The 13th edition of the Asian Film Festival in Deauville showcased some 40 films; from comedies to horror movies, from Japan to South Korea, via Hong
From bread and cereals to fruits and vegetables, world food prices have been soaring to record levels. But who is to blame for this frenzy? While in
The draw has been made for the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League.
Chelsea – Manchester United
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Tripoli says the UN decision to back a no-fly zone over the country is an invitation for “Libyans to kill each other.”
The Libyan army says it will
Libya says it accepts the no-fly zone imposed on Thursday night by the UN and claims it has stopped all military operations against rebel
The British Foreign Secretary has explained his decision to push the no-fly resolution against Libya at the UN Security Council.
‘Be keen on green’ is the message being taught in homes and schools around the world as the health of the planet becomes an ever greater concern
Forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi shelled the rebel-held town of Misrata on Friday morning, according to opposition troops holed up in the coastal
French climber Alain Robert, known as France’s Spiderman, scales a famous Paris art gallery, the Georges Pompidou Centre, with his bare hands.
Amateur footage from Ajdabiya, the last major city between the forces of Muammar Gaddafi and Benghazi 100 miles (161 kilometres) to the north
Italy is one a growing number of countries willing to take part in UN, EU and Nato backed military action against Libya. Its air bases, such as the
Russian media say the director of the Bolshoi ballet Gennady Yanin has resigned after erotic photos resembling him were posted on a website.
One week after the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, people there have been standing in silence for a minute to remember the victims
Thousands of demonstrators in the Armenian capital Yerevan have called on the government to resign, in the former Soviet republic’s largest protest
Japan’s nuclear safety agency says it hopes to restore power today to at least two reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Libya has brushed off the UN resolution. At a news conference in Tripoli, the deputy foreign minister Khaled Kaim said the country would deal
The European Union has welcomed the UN resolution, and says it is ready to put it into practice.
But diplomats say there are no plans for the
The UN Security Council vote authorising a no-fly zone, and “all necessary measures” to protect civilians, prompted thousands of Gaddafi opponents in
Katsuo Maiya is 73 and his wife Masako 67. They are looking for her 71-year-old sister Taeko Kanno and Kanno’s husband.
They rushed from their
The UN Security Council has authorised a no-fly zone over Libya.
Ten of its 15 members voted in favour. There were no votes against but China and
The battle for Benghazi looks to have already begun, from the skies. Colonel Gaddafi has now warned of an imminent all-out ground assault on the