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Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as prime minister ending one of the most scandal-plagued eras in Italy’s post-war history.
Hundreds of people
Italy’s lower house of parliament on Saturday approved a package of economic reforms designed to restore confidence in Italy’s strained
Silvio Berlusconi surely could not have imagined it would come to this.
For 17 years he has been the face of Italian politics. His flamboyant
Wilson Ramos, the Major League baseball player who was kidnapped outside his home in Venezuela on Wednesday is free.
Venezuelan police rescued him
At least seven people are dead after a radical Islamist went on the rampage in the Kazak town of Taraz.
The bloodshed culminated in the man blowing
A massive explosion at an Iranian military base has left 27 people dead and at least 16 others wounded, some critically.
It is believed the victims
The European Union’s foreign affairs chief has called on Libya to protect women’s rights in law as the country moves towards democracy.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is expected to resign on Saturday and make way for an emergency government.
The 75-year-old premier
The Arab League says it will suspend Syria as from November 16 until a peace plan is implemented.
The regional body also announced political and
Greece’s new cabinet may last a month or two longer than planned, according to senior officials but it is very unlikely to be given a honeymoon
There has been a major explosion at a munitions depot in a military base 20 kilometres west of the Iranian capital Tehran.
It is understood the
Passengers on board a hijacked ferry in Turkey have been recounting their 12-hour ordeal – and how they helped commandos come aboard the ship and
German investigators say they have found evidence of a neo-nazi terrorist cell in a burned out house and caravan. And they believe the group was
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei gave a speech during a military ceremony, warning the United States and Israel not to take any
Twin pandas Po and De De play inside their enclosure with their mum for the first time since they were born at the Madrid Zoo.
A street corner in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires became the stage for some of Latin America’s best pole dancers on the eve of the Miss Pole
With Archbishop Ieronymos, the country’s spiritual leader overseeing the ceremony, Lucas Papademos has been sworn in to head Greece’s new interim
This should be Silvio Berlusconi’s last day as Italian prime minister, although these days nothing is certain.
If everything goes to schedule
It has brought the world everyone from The Beatles to Queen, Kate Perry and Coldplay. Now EMI is to have yet another new owner – or actually
A man who hijacked a passenger ferry has been killed by Turkish special forces.
It is thought the assailant may have had links to militant Kurdish
Greece’s new interim cabinet of national unity held its first session on Friday evening after having been sworn in earlier in the day. The task of
The authorities in Mexico have retrieved the body of Interior Minister Francisco Blake, who, along with seven other victims, died in a helicopter
Syrian soldiers have started to plant landmines on the border with Lebanon.
A security source claimed one man has already had part of his leg
Conditions are worsening for people living in temporary accommodation after the two earthquakes in eastern Turkey.
Many families are being put up
The United Nations has accused Sudan of launching an attack on a refugee camp in the recently-established independent state of South Sudan.