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An explosion damaged two cars in front of a hotel in Benghazi used for press conferences by the Libyan rebel administration on Wednesday. It claimed
Pressure continues to mount on Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad after the country’s parliament judged that he acted illegally by declaring
Sepp Blatter has been re-elected unopposed for a fourth and final term as president of world football’s governing body at their headquarters in
Jon Gnárr was a famous Icelandic comedian, but last year ago was elected as mayor of Iceland’s capital Reykjavik. He is a co-founder of a satirical
International business leaders and policy makers have been meeting in La Baule, France, to find new ways to boost economic growth and Europe’s
Egypt is to put former President Hosni Mubarak in the dock for the alleged killing of protesters during the popular uprising in February.
16 years after being indicted for crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Tribunal former Bosnian Serb General Ratko Mladic is under
Belarus has asked for an emergency loan of up to $8 billion (5.5 billion euros) from the International Monetary Fund to stave off a financial crisis
China’s Lenovo is buying the German consumer electronics retailer and computer maker Medion to try to expand its market share in developed
Heading straight into the history books, the space shuttle Endeavour has finished its final flight with a smooth landing in Florida.
After 19 years
The trial of General Ratko Mladic may help to shed light on some of the more obscure events at Srebrenica.
The responsibility of the
The World Health Organisation’s claim mobile phone use can trigger certain brain cancers may have no scientific evidence to back it up, but it has
All over Europe, people have lost their appetite for fresh vegetables, no matter where they have been grown.
A Berlin open air market was bereft of
German health officials still do not know the source of an E. coli bacteria outbreak which has killed 16 people, though they said infections had
Dozens of people are reported dead as renewed fighting between government forces and a powerful tribal group pushes Yemen closer to civil war.
Syria’s exiled opposition has come together in an attempt to forge a coherent strategy for a future democratic Syria.
The conference in the Turkish
Unsurprisingly, there is only one story dominating the media in Serbia.
Ratko Mladic may now be awaiting trial in a cell at The Hague but the
NATO is extending its Libyan mission by a further 90 days with Muammar Gaddafi having apparently ruled out stepping down.
Secretary General, Anders
Investors continue to dump Nokia for most of Wednesday after its profit warning. At one stage its shares were down another 10 percent, on top of
French energy management company Schneider Electric is moving to buy Spain’s Telvent for 1.4 billion euros.
Telvent makes information technology
Japanese auto sales fell by a third in May to their lowest total for that month since 1968.
The slump came as car makers struggled to restart
Germany has announced 365 new E. coli cases as the government is in a race against time to trace the origin of the deadly outbreak.
The latest news that mobile phones could possibly cause human cancer might have sent millions reaching for their hands-free kits, but the electronics
In the wake of the arrest of Ratko Mladic, more survivors of the horrific events at Srebrenica have been telling their stories.
Fear of the Bosnian
Young artists have taken centre stage at Tallinn’s European Capital of Culture with an exhibition they’re calling Eksperimenta.
It is a collection
After a four year break from music Andrea Corr is back with her second studio album – ‘Lifelines.’ Several tracks have been co-produced by Brian Eno
‘Julius Caesar’, Handel’s masterpiece, has been pulling in the crowds in the extraordinary setting of the ‘Opéra Royal’ in Versailles.
Ratko Mladic will face his first war crimes hearing on Friday, having been flown into The Hague. He will be formally charged and asked to enter a
The Prince of Asturias Prize for Letters has been awarded to Leonard Cohen. The finalists also included Alice Munro and Ian McEwen.
The daughter of a prominent veteran Iranian dissident has died after a scuffle reportedly broke out with security forces at his funeral.