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The Philippines has declared a state of national calamity after last week’s flash floods and landslides.
More than 1,000 people are said to have
A tiny village of white-washed buildings near Malaga was selected by film-makers this summer to be painted entirely in that unique hue, Smurf blue
Thousands of Czechs pay their last respects to Vaclav Havel, the playwright who became the country’s president by leading its peaceful ‘Velvet
The body of late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is now lying in state in Pyongyang with his third son, the expected new leader Kim Jong-un, among
The United States has called for Iran to immediately release an American of Iranian descent accused of being a CIA spy.
Amir Mirzai Hekmati has
Italian football has once again hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Former Italy internationals Cristiano Doni and Beppe Signori were
North Koreans bowed in silence and reflected in the early morning mist as they tried to come to terms with the loss of the man they called their
While Syria was signing an Arab League peace plan aimed at ending months of bloodshed, more than 100 people died in various incidents across the
Major powers have been reassessing their positions after the death of North Korea’s leader.
A new man at the helm of the maverick state could
Iraq’s vice president is a wanted man.
Authorities in Baghdad have issued an arrest warrant for Sunni Muslim Tareq al-Hashemi.
He is under
Four days of violence between Egyptian security forces and opponents of army rule have left at least 13 people dead.
International criticism has
They have finished negotiations but not enough progress has been made for a deal.
A Ukraine-EU summit in Kiev has focused on a possible political