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A plan to strike high profile targets in London in 2010 with improvised explosive devices and nail bombs has been admitted in court by four
Slabs of white pork fat may not be everyone’s idea of culinary heaven.
But when you’re trying to keep warm in unbearably freezing temperatures
At least 73 people have been killed and 1,000 more injured after a football pitch invasion in the Egyptian city of Port Said.
The riot followed a
The Pakistani foreign minister, Hina Rabbani Khar has dismissed as ‘old wine in even older bottles’, the NATO report leaked by media sources in
At least 73 people are reported dead after a football pitch invasion in the Egyptian city of Port Said.
Hundreds more are reported injured in
The vastly popular social networking internet site Facebook is reportedly set to change from being a private to a public company selling billions of
Good news for the Portuguese government on Wednesday with a fall in the interest rates it had to offer to sell 1.5 billion euros of short term
The frontrunner in France’s presidential campaign got a face full of flour at a meeting to discuss housing problems.
Socialist Francois Hollande
Pictures of the Mascho-Piro Indians believed to be the most detailed sightings ever recorded on camera have been published. The previously isolated
Going green in the Bronx in New York City has failed to impress the authorities. A five storey building was green on every floor, with
Rival militias have exchanged gunfire in central Tripoli, highlighting the volatility of the country three months after Muammar Gaddafi’s death.
Turkey’s biggest city Istanbul has failed to escape the arctic temperatures and blizzard conditions that are wreaking havoc across parts of
As the UN debates Syria, the violence, confusion and chaos there continue.
The latest amateur footage to emerge purports to show Syrian government
The fate of the Greece’s second and third tier football teams hangs in the balance after the players union went on strike on Wednesday due to unpaid
Young widower Kipp – played by Daniel Radcliffe – is asked to look into the legal affairs of the recently deceased owner of Eel Marsh House. He
French pop duo Air has composed a soundtrack for a long-lost hand-coloured version of Georges Melies’ classic 1902 movie A Trip To The Moon, to
American singer Chris Isaak pays a musical tribute to the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis; the 1950s birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll, country and
Competition regulators in Brussels have blocked the merger that would have created the world’s biggest stock and derivatives exchange.
With his crushing success in Florida voting, Mitt Romney appears to have delivered his Republican rival Newt Gingrich a serious setback. Romney’s
In Brazil, more than 1,500 people have been killed in a war over the use of the land.
Despite the mountain of murders, there have been scarcely 100
In the heart of London, in front of BNDES, the Brazilian Development Bank, Sheyla Yakarepi Juruna leads a vocal protest.
“We’re here at the
Antonia Melo de Silva is leading a battle against plans to build the world’s third biggest dam in the Amazonian rainforest.
She told euronews
In Senegal, anger over President Abdoulaye Wade’s intention to stay in power is shaking the west African country’s social foundations. He is now in
Now it could not be clearer.
With victory in Florida under his belt, Mitt Romney is the man to beat in the Republican race for the nomination to
Sleep is vital to our health and to the healing process. At this hospital in the Netherlands a new system of lighting is being trialled to help
Reduced demand from Europe hit Asia’s export-powered economies in January.
China’s factory activity picked up modestly according to government
A slowdown in truck orders has led Scania to cut jobs and delay investment in the business.
The Swedish lorry maker saw a boom in demand in 2010
Consumer price inflation in the eurozone stabilised in January. It was at 2.7 percent for the second straight month
That is down from last year’s
A Melbourne bus boss has stunned his employees by handing over some 12 million euros in bonuses after he sold his company.
Ken Grenda, dubbed
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is appealing his extradition to Sweden to face sex crime charges at Britain’s Supreme Court.
Assange was detained