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The death toll has risen to more than 70 after a wave of bombings in Baghdad on Thursday.
Another 200 were injured in what appears to be around 16
Thousands of Yemenis have continued a march towards the capital Sanaa from the south of the country, demanding that outgoing President Saleh face
Thursday has seen delays at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, but this time no cancellations.
More than 250 police and gendarmes were brought in
A deterioration of the relationship between Turkey and France over the French genocide bill may be political and economic.
Turkey is France’s
Racist, discriminatory and xenophobic.
That is how Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has described the French parliamentary vote making
The Dutch Football Federation has overturned the decision to give a red card to AZ Alkmaar goalkeeper, Esteban on Wednesday.
He was given the card
Germany’s President Christian Wulff has refused to resign over a questionable loan he took out whilst governor of Lower Saxony in 2008.
The excitement was palpable in Spain for the result of ‘El Gordo’ – the Fat One – the traditional Christmas lottery. Who had won the top prize?
The Armenian Genocide Museum in Yerevan helps preserve the memory of those killed in 1915, to tell their story to future generations.
Portugal has taken the first step to fulfilling the terms of its EU-IMF bailout, by selling a major chunk of the country’s biggest company to the
At the recent climate talks in Durban the alarm was sounded. A stark warning went out that unless the World acts quickly to slash greenhouse gasses
It is Christmas time again. Despite the crisis, British people are spending nearly 84 billion euros on seasonal shopping, up 1 per cent from last
The giant Russian oil company Rosneft has become the biggest producer of crude in the world according to a report in the newspaper Vedemosti.
At least 20 countries officially recognise the acts of the Ottoman Empire from 1915-1923 against the Armenians as genocide. Others, such as Germany
“Pas d’accord!!” … “We don’t agree!” read the slogan. The protester carrying the large red billboard was referring to Belgium’s planned pension
Turkey has recalled its ambassador from Paris in protest at France’s first steps towards criminalising the denial of genocide.
Under French law
Critics are describing Russian President Dimitry Medvedev’s state of the nation address as half-hearted and designed to legitimise the recent
December 23, 1888 Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh cuts off his own left ear, or at least part of the earlobe, after a row with fellow artist and close
Kazakhstan has invited the UN to take part in an inquiry into deadly riots in an oil-rich region where security forces are suspected of shooting and
The Japanese car giant Toyota has a positive view of the year to come.
It has forecast a 20 per cent leap in global sales for 2012 to a record 8.5
Hungary is having to pay more to borrow money after the ratings agency Standard and Poor’s downgraded the country’s credit score to junk.
British Airways is buying BMI from Lufthansa for just over 200-million euros, shutting out rival bidder Virgin Atlantic.
The deal still needs to be
Despite protests from France’s Turkish community, the lower house of parliament in Paris has backed a bill making the denial of genocide a
With the Christmas rush underway, travellers are facing widespread disruption in Belgium, as rail unions join a public sector strike.
– Spain’s Christmas Draw shares 2.25 billion euros in prizes.
- The chances of winning something are 5.3%
1st prize: €4,000,000
A series of explosions has rocked the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. Around 60 people are dead and more than 180 are reported injured.
A seven-foot tall bronze statue dedicated to Steve Jobs, the late co-founder of Apple, has been unveiled in Budapest.
An annual exhibition of ice sculptures, this year with a circus theme, opens on Friday in the northern German city of Roevershagen.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said that “provocateurs and extremists” will not be allowed to interfere with society.
He has been giving his