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Libyan army conscripts have held a military parade to celebrate the anniversary of their victory in the battle for Benghazi.
It is a year since
As Greek wallets take a hit from deep spending cuts, the country’s farmers are fighting back in what has been branded the ‘potato revolution’.
The women of Ukraine had better beware before they light up or enjoy a drink. They could face a fine if it turns out that they are pregnant!
European fisheries ministers meeting in Brussels say they have made good progress on ending the discarding of unwanted fish – despite initial
France’s Jewish community has reacted with horror to the murders in Toulouse. Parents, teachers and community leaders said the killings had sent
The Toulouse killings come as France’s presidential election gets underway. All the candidates have condemned the attack and expressed their support
How to get the traffic on Britain’s roads moving and to keep it flowing has been a constant sore for drivers and successive governments. Now UK Prime
United Parcel Service, the world’s largest package delivery company, has bought Dutch rivals TNT in a bid to dominate the market in Europe.
The Middle East is not normally associated with rock music, but Lebanese group The Kordz are busy changing perceptions.
Described as dark
Oscar-winning actor Adrien Brody plays a substitute teacher in a crumbling New York state school in Tony Kaye’s harrowing new drama Detachment.
Rusal, the world’s top aluminium maker saw its yearly net profit dive by 92 per cent. The company was hit by a write-down in the value of its stake
Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund has fired a warning to China to stop being dependent on exports and investment.
Sellers of credit-default swaps on Greece may have to pay around 75 per cent on the euro to settle contracts triggered by the nation’s debt
From an upbringing in communist East Germany to the reunified country’s highest office.
Germany’s new head of state and former pastor Joachim Gauck
Technology giant Apple, makers of the iPhone and iPad is set to share its wealth. The company has announced it will start paying a quarterly dividend
Monday saw the most violent gunbattles in Damascus since the start of the uprising against President Assad, according to opposition
France has been plunged into shock and grief after the murders of three children and an adult in a gun attack on a Jewish school, the latest in a
The official list of candidates running for France’s presidency has been announced. Although they have already been campaigning for months, some only
A huge manhunt is underway for the lone killer behind the Toulouse school shooting as more horrifying details of his attack begin to emerge.
Television professionals are gearing up for MIPTV, the international TV showcase held each year in Cannes.
The 49th edition will take place at the
Evangelos Venizelos has resigned as expected from the Greek government after being elected leader of the socialist PASOK party.
March 20, 1861 The Argentine city of Mendoza is struck by a devastating earthquake. With a magnitude 7.2 on the Richter scale and an intensity of
Up to a million supporters of Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr have converged on Iraq’s southern city of Basra to demand better living
France’s presidential candidates have been quick to condemn the attack in Toulouse and express their support for the Jewish community. President
Being able to move and work freely across all the EU states is a fundamental right for EU citizens from all 27 countries.
But although in theory
Jewish leaders in France are urging their community to take extra security precautions following the shooting in Toulouse.
France is home to
The “Kony 2012” campaign to capture a Ugandan warlord has sparked a backlash in the country and in the United States. Some experts say the video
Four people, including three children, have been shot dead at a Jewish school in southwestern France, in what appears to be the latest in a series of
Turkish police used pepper spray and water canon to disperse hundreds of Kurds protesting in Istanbul.
Car mechanic Carlos Alberto Perez has been picked as the best look-a-like of US President Barack Obama. Mr Perez, 32, made a 1,000-mile journey to