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As election campaigning begins in Russia, authorities have detained dozens of opposition activists demanding their right to gather in
The England, France and Japan squads were welcomed by cheering fans and a haka as they arrived in Auckland on Wednesday ahead of September’s Rugby
France’s David Moncoutié held his nerve to win the fourth Vuelta stage of his career on Wednesday as Britain’s Bradley Wiggins moved into the race
Workers killed during Communist crackdowns in Poland have been remembered, exactly 31 years after the Solidarity movement was legalised.
A fresh blow for BP in Russia as its Moscow office is raided by court officials looking for documents as part of a law suit over the collapse of its
Around the world the hunt is on for forgotten bullion. The recent surge in the price of gold – up nearly a third this year – together with the slide
A Chinese tycoon plans to build a holiday resort on an isolated and unlikely patch of land in Iceland.
Huang Nubo insists his green tourism project
On the road to Sirte, rebels had been advancing on Muammar Gaddafi’s last-remaining stronghold.
Some clashes were reported today but opposition
Swedish police are alleged to have stolen almost 50,000 euros of the public’s valuables placed in police safes.
Surveillance footage shows an
General David Petraeus has made a final salute as he leaves the US army for a new job as director of the CIA.
Patraeus lead American forces in Iraq
The German city of Bonn has begun charging prostitutes a nightly rate of six euros for taking clients to special parking spaces provided by the
Muslims attend morning prayers for Eid Al-Fitr in Tripoli. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
The man suspected of the murder of one of Ukraine’s most high profile journalists has alleged that former President Leonid Kuchma ordered the
The latest euro zone unemployment figures show 10 percent of the working population was without a job in July; that is up by 61,000 from June to
Famed crooner Rod Steward has kicked off his new residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Appropriately titled, ‘Rod Stewart: The Hits’ it’s a
Based on the best selling novel of the same name, written by Kathryn Stockett, ‘The Help’ is a box office hit that nearly did not make it as a film
September 1, 1902. The first science fiction film, ‘Le Voyage dans la lune’ (A Trip to the Moon), is released. The silent film by Georges Méliès is a
German unemployment fell in August though the rate of decline slowed.
Federal Labour Office chief Frank-Juergen Weise said: “The economic upswing
Japanese factory output rose less than forecast in July and companies surveyed by the government said they expect production to dip next
A big profit warning from Carrefour – the fifth profit so far this year from the French group. Europe’s largest retailer said its profits this year
A UK court has given an 18-month youth rehabilitation order to an 11-year-old boy who stole a bin during the recent London riots.
The Syrian army sent tanks in to the city of Hama overnight Tuesday to Wednesday, according to residents there, and troops have raided a number of
Amid the tranquillity of the hills above Rome, rebellion is in the air.
The fury of the villagers may not be immediately apparent in Filettino. In
For many people video games are a hobby, for others, they are an addiction.
This year a 20-year-old British man died of a blood clot after taking
A triple suicide bombing in the Chechen capital Grozny has left at least nine people dead and many more injured.
One man is reported to have blown
The trial has begun in Germany of a Kosovar Albanian man accused of shooting two US servicemen dead at Frankfurt airport in March.
Tens of thousands of worshippers have gathered in the newly-renamed Martyrs’ Square in Tripoli. This is one Eid they will never forget – the first
Iran’s Supreme Leader has issued a thinly veiled warning to the new Libyan rebel government not to get too close to the West.
Last minute preparations are underway for the 68th Venice film festival which opens tonight in the picturesque Italian city. A star-studded guest
There are fresh accusations alleging that Nicolas Sarkozy received cash from France’s richest woman for political campaigning before he became