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A NATO missile shield that has been criticised by Russia will be based at a US military facility in Germany.
Ramstein Air Base is the headquarters
Opponents of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin have met to plan another demonstration this Saturday against his bid to regain the presidency next
He was the ex-Russian spy whose poisoning by radioactive polonium in London sparked accusations of a Kremlin-sponsored murder.
But six years after
The Port Said Stadium, an 18,000 seater venue – a venue that will now forever be remembered for one of Africa’s worst football-related
The cold scouring Europe, down to a bone crunching 30 degrees Celsius in some places - is killing people who have no homes. Many of the more than
Clashes have erupted in Cairo amid demands for answers and justice for the dozens killed in Wednesday’s football violence.
Security forces fired
NATO has signalled Afghan troops could take over all combat operations by mid 2013 — a year earlier than planned.
Talk of drawdown in Afghanistan
The Cairo club Al Ahly’s Portuguese coach has returned home to his native country saying the scenes he witnessed in Port Said changed his life.
Mining group Xstrata and commodities trader Glencore have confirmed they are in merger talks.
The all-share deal between the two Swiss-based
After a spell in the showbiz wilderness, the Muppets are persuaded to join forces again in a bid to save their old theatre from destruction by a
A French court has upheld a ruling against the Church of Scientology for cajoling members into spending large amounts of money for questionable
At least 29 people have died overnight in Ukraine and Poland as a result of extremely low temperatures in Europe.
The total number of deaths across
Pakistan’s Supreme Court is preparing to charge the prime minister with contempt of court for failing to re-open corruption inquiries against the
Britain has appointed its first ambassador to Somalia for 21 years. William Hague announced the move during the first visit to the war-stricken
Cuba has been celebrating the birthday of a woman said to be the oldest not just on the island but possibly in the world.
Candelaria Rodriguez, or
Protesters in Gaza have given a hostile welcome to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, battering his convoy as it crossed into the Strip. Some threw
With German Chancellor Angela Merkel in China seeking support for the ailing euro, Premier Wen Jiabao has said Beijing is considering upping its
Growth heading up – unemployment and the deficit going down – 2011 was a miracle year for Germany amid the crisis in Europe.
But not everybody
Spain has won a lengthy legal battle with US treasure hunters over ownership of one the largest hauls of gold and silver ever recovered from the sea
Spain’s jobless rate rose by 4.01 percent in January from December taking the total number of people filing for unemployment benefits to 4.6
As Facebook’s boss Mark Zuckerberg unveiled plans for the biggest ever initial public offering of shares by an internet company he also made it clear
Not a good day for Deutsche Bank as it posted a big quarterly loss and was the target of anti-capitalism protestors at its headquarters who strung up
For lovers of vintage cars and motorbikes the Rétromobile event in Paris is nothing short of paradise.
Now in its 37th year, this year’s event has
February 3, 1959 Three of the earliest heroes of Rock and Roll – Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and JP ‘The Big Bopper’ Richardson – are killed along
Researchers in a laboratory in France are working on an ultra thin film which can harness the energy of the sun.
It works like a solar panel but
In our first edition of Women and War, we go to Brazil to meet Sonia, Sheyla, and Antonia.
Week by week, we will travel from the capital Brasilia
Horror stories on the front pages reflect the shock that Egypt is feeling.
This was a national tragedy as well as a football tragedy and for some
The Egyptian parliament has held an emergency session to discuss the deadly football riot.
Following a minute’s silence to mourn those who died
Europe’s workforce is ageing rapidly. By 2060 around 40 per cent of the EU’s population will be 55 or over. Faced with such a ticking demographic
Portuguese public transport workers began a 24 hour strike just before midnight on Wednesday.
They are protesting against government efforts to