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From their perches in Algeria, the Gaddafis who got out of Libya must be hating the pictures they are seeing coming out of Tripoli. Gaddafi’s
Police detonated stun grenades and fired water canons at hundreds of stone-throwing supporters of the leader of South Africa’s ruling party youth
Leaders of the Cuban dissident group the “Ladies in White” have met Catholic Church officials to seek their help over what they claim is violence and
The technology behind 3D printing has been in development since the 1980s and it has steadily advanced, becoming increasingly more accurate.
Hundreds of people turned out to celebrate the inauguration of the European Parliament’s main promenade in Brussels.
The walkway is being dedicated
The United Nations has agreed to release a chunk of Libya’s frozen assets after deciding the country’s National Transitional Council appears largely
Anti-Gaddafi fighters have moved closer to the deposed Libyan leader’s birthplace of Sirte as the country’s interim council gave his loyalists there
In a hospital in central Tripoli, some of the most vulnerable victims in the battle for the capital have been the numerous babies born during the
Police in Chechnya say at least eight people have been killed in a suicide attack in the capital Grozny.
Seven of the victims were police officers