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Qatar’s prime minister has admitted they made mistakes, but it seems the mission of Arab League monitors in Syria will continue.
An annual salary of 22,000 euros a year won’t go far in the chic Italian ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo.
But that’s what 42 local residents told
Kate Middleton is following royal tradition in Britain, becoming the patron of four charities. Some say in the footsteps of Lady Di, the Duchess of
Slovenia looks like it has a new head of government, the former mayor of the country’s capital. Zoran Jankovic has been named the prime-minister
Observers describe it as a scene unimaginable a few years ago: a former chief of Turkey’s powerful armed forces testifying in court. General Ilker
Hosni Mubarak should be sentenced to death.
That’s the view of the chief prosecutor in the former Egyptian leader’s trial on charges of ordering
While Washington is patting backs over Europe’s agreement on Iranian oil sanctions, Tehran’s reaction has been to brush it off.
The euro slid over one percent on Thursday due to persistent worries about the European debt crisis; that also pulled down share prices around the
A commission looking into assisted suicide in England and Wales has called on parliament to give doctors the right to help terminally ill people
The chairman of the Swiss central bank has said he will not quit.
A defiant Philipp Hildebrand told reporters he saw no reason to resign over a
India seems to be locked in a contest to produce the world’s tiniest and cheapest cars.
The latest, the Bajaj RE 60, has just been unveiled at the
Europe faces a pensions timebomb as the active population shrinks and societies get older. The financial crisis has made things worse, but also
Bad weather is hitting parts of northern Europe.
Strong winds are expected to reach as much as 110 kilometres an hour in Belgium. Waves are
Peruvian painter Piero Pereira has an unusual way of working; he covers his model in paint and then puts the music on.
A new documentary film – Il Corpo del Duce – about Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini asks why, more than half a century after his death
Iran is not worried by EU moves to ban its oil imports and insists it will survive them as it has other Western sanctions.
Those comments were made
Slovenia’s population is aging, and aging fast.
Last year the country’s voting population rejected a bill to raise the retirement age, dealing a
January 6, 1994 American ice skater Nancy Kerrigan (see picture, left) is attacked during practice for the national Figure Skating Championships in
Spain’s new conservative government is looking at streamlining the public sector in further cost saving efforts as it struggles to tackle the much
Pro-Democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has met William Hague in Myanmar during the first visit by a British foreign secretary since 1955.
Sectarian violence in Iraq has intensified dramatically with a spate of bombings that has left more 60 people dead. Four devices, hidden in vehicles
The prosecutor in the trial of Hosni Mubarak on Thursday called for the former Egyptian president to face the death penalty.
Learning to read, write and spell are generally difficult for children who suffer from dyslexia. Letters that look similar can get confused and
French borrowing costs rose, but only slightly when the eurozone’s second-largest economy sold government bonds for the first time this year.
Public support for German president Christian Wulff has slipped from 63 percent to 47 percent percent, according to a poll by one German
China’s trade surplus shrank slightly last year to the equivalent of 125 billion euros.
Export growth fell, hit by weaker demand from key export
Eastman Kodak is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy protection from its creditors in case it is unable to sell its digital patents to raise
Former Israeli prime minister, Ehud Olmert, who is already on trial over corruption allegations is now facing further charges. It is alleged that he
These days the media is almost everywhere. It creates a huge impact. Increasingly it is not just something we can learn from, but something we need
China has said it is deeply concerned and opposed to the European Union’s airline tax, and has called for talks to resolve the issue. The statement