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Spain’s Juan Jose Cobo proved his climbing worth on Sunday by winning the gruelling stage 15 of the Tour of Spain and with it inherited the leader’s
Tribal elders in one of Libya’s last remaining strongholds loyal to Muammar Gaddafi have been negotiating with troops from the new
In Germany, Chancellor Merkel’s centre-right CDU party has been dealt another humiliating blow in a regional election according to exit polls.
Anti-goverment protesters in Syria claim at least eight civilians have been killed by security forces during renewed unrest in towns in the north
Happy Feet, New Zealand’s lost Emperor penguin and only the second to ever visit the country when he was beached in June, has been released back into
An anti-government youth rally in the Angolan capital Luanda has been broken up with 24 arrests and a number of people injured.
Around 200 people
There are reports emerging from Libya that the Gaddafi stronghold town of Bani Walid has surrendered to the rebels without any blood being
Turkish warplanes have attacked Kurdish guerrilla positions in northern Iraq after four military personnel were killed in separate attacks over the
A free man, but in disgrace. Dominique Strauss-Khan was smiling arriving back in Paris from New York, and there were even some cheers as he was
The former leader of the IMF, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, landed at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport on Sunday. Dozens of journalists were there but
Libyans are trying to get back to normal life in Tripoli. Schools should re-open within a few weeks even though many of them were destroyed during
German voters are predicted to give the Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party another big thumbs down in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern regional
The day after the biggest demonstration in Israel’s history there are no signs that protesters are getting ready to leave the public arena they have
Iran has announced its first nuclear power plant at Bushehr has been connected to the national electricity grid.
Tehran says it is now contributing
Forces of the new administration in Libya are building up outside the town of Bani Walid preparing for a final push on the stronghold of support for
Misrata was one of the key battlefields in the Libyan revolution, for a while the revolt’s sole western outpost surrounded by Gaddafi forces.
The Vatican has rejected accusations from Ireland that it had tried to cover up child sex abuse by its priests.
In July the Irish parliament passed
German police say they used water cannon and batons to disperse left-wing protesters who became violent as they tried to disrupt a neo-Nazi march in
Reports from Iran say security forces used violence to break up recent environmental rallies as protesters demanded action to save the largest
France may fancy their chances at this month’s rugby world cup and the police were getting some early scrum practice in at Charles de Gaulle
Colonel Gaddafi’s spokesman says the fugitive leader is still in Libya and surrounded by people prepared to protect him – although he doesn’t know
In what are described as the largest rallies in Israel’s history, hundreds of thousands have demonstrated against high living costs and demanded