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It is an agreement that observers say is likely to anger Pakistan.
India and Afghanistan have signed an agreement aimed at deepening their
Europe’s money men say they have reached a deal on two fronts to help fight the bloc’s chronic debt crisis.
The second day of talks in Luxembourg
The International Monetary Fund forecasts slowing growth in Europe in 2012, against a background of weaker global activity, notably in the world’s
The process of trying the alleged ‘underwear bomber’ has begun in the United States with jury selection.
250 potential candidates are being
In response to gas and oil drilling carried out by the Greek Cypriot government in the Mediterranean, Turkish Cypriots have started to conduct their
There has been a steady stream of families leaving Sirte, the hometown of the deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Forces of the new
The verdict in the Amanda Knox case was a major embarrassment for the prosecutors and police, and observers say it is no surprise they plan to launch
The way in which lucrative broadcast rights for the English Premier league are sold could soon be changed thanks to the landlady of this pub in the
European shares fell sharply on Tuesday, closing near their worst levels in twenty six months.
That was a reaction to European finance ministers
In South Korea, in one of the most heavily militarised zones in the world, they are transforming the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) – a symbol of war
A century after Germany slaughtered tens of thousands of Namibians to use in research, 20 of the skulls have been repatriated.
As happened in 2008 a frisson of fear is passing through Europe’s lending community that some may not be able to survive the latest crisis.
Tibet’s spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has had to cancel a trip to South Africa because his visa didn’t arrive in time.
He had hoped to go to
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has arrived in Brussels to kick off a key summit with the EU. Rousseff called for coordinated action to calm
During its first session, Denmark’s new government announced it will reverse controversial plans to erect new border control facilities.
The prosecution is vowing to appeal against her acquittal, but Amanda Knox is already on her way home.
The American left Rome for a flight bound
Surviving Beatles Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney were at the London premiere of Martin Scorsese’s documentary about George Harrison, who died in 2001.
Designer Christophe Lemaire was behind French luxury goods maker Hermes’ latest ready-to-wear collection, presented in Paris.
An Islamist militant group with links to al Qaeda says it carried out the truck bomb attacks that killed at least 65 people in Somalia’s capital
Snow in the high altitude area of Shennongjia Forestry District produced a fantastic display of colors as autumn and winter merge into one in central
Complete claptrap or just a bit of harmless fun? But astrology is no laughing matter for the millions of people around the world who read their
A pub owner in south of England has won a ruling by the European Court of Justice to use a foreign decoder to show live Premier League football games
October 5, 1969. The first episode of Monty Python’s Flying Circus is aired on BBC television in the United Kingdom. The sketch-writing team was made
China on Tuesday warned the United States of a trade war if it passes a bill aimed at punishing Beijing for allegedly undervaluing its
The end of the summer tourist season saw the number of people registering as unemployed in Spain shoot up by a more than expected 96,000 in
Blaming Europe’s sovereign debt crisis, Deutsche Bank has said it will not make its target of 10 billion euros in profit before tax this year.
Further demonstrations against austerity measures in Greece are taking place, but this time protesters are taking more direct action.
October 6, 2000. The president of what was then the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic, publicly concedes defeat to Vojislav
Smart phones that can scan for radiation are a huge draw at CEATEC – Japan’s biggest IT and electronics trade show.
The country’s largest mobile
Freed Amanda Knox left for the United States from Fiumicino International Airport in Rome today. With members of her family she flew to London to