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Voters in the Swiss city of Zurich have decided against proposed bans on assisted suicide and so-called suicide tourism.
Projections show nearly 80
At least 15 people died during protests close to Israel’s borders with Syria, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories on Sunday.
Born in France in 1949, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, or DSK as he became known, spent the early part of his career as an academic economist.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi cast his vote in Milan on Sunday in the local elections, presumably for his own party. But he will be hoping
Lawyers for Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund, said on Sunday that their client will plead not guilty to
The accusations of sexual assault against IMF head and potential French presidential candidate Dominique Strauss-Kahn sent shockwaves through French
One man is dead and 17 injured after a truck collided with vehicles and pedestrians in Tel Aviv on Sunday.
Police say the driver was an Arab
There have been violent clashes in Chile between the police and environmentalists opposed to plans to build five new dams in Patagonia.
More than one hundred million people watched Azerbaijan win the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday night with the song “Running Scared” sung by duo
US prosecutors have charged the head of the IMF, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, with a criminal sexual act, attempted rape, and unlawful imprisonment
Haiti’s new president, Michel Martelly, has been sworn in with a promise to wake the country up and a request for people to trust him.
Activists in Syria say violence by security forces against protesters is continuing despite a pledge to withdraw the army from some cities and begin
New York police have confirmed that the IMF’s managing director, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has been arrested and is being questioned over an alleged
Some countries go years without success. Not so the latest winner of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Just three years after entering for the first
Floodgates have been opened in the southern United States in a bid to spare large cities from becoming inundated.
US army engineers opened the
Italians are going to the polls in local elections that are a key test for scandal-hit Silvio Berlusconi and his government.
About a quarter of the