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Singing “we have arrived”, 17 steelworkers from global steel and mining company ArcelorMittal finally reached Paris, after walking for 10 days to
Egyptian former intelligence chief Omar Suleiman will run for president, despite refusing to earlier this week.
He will now concentrate on getting
Television is becoming increasingly global. The programs we see on our screens, whether documentaries or soap operas, quiz programmes or films, are
America’s smallest town, with a population of just one, has been snapped up by investors from Vietnam for 900,000 dollars (690,000 euros).
US payrolls grew at their slowest rate for five months, according to the latest Labor Department figures released on Friday.
Two gay men were freed on Friday, a day after being arrested during a protest in St Petersburg under a by-law that bans so-called “homosexual
Irritation has been building between traditionally friendly Turkey and Iran, surrounding Iran’s proposal to hold nuclear talks with the 5+1 group
The National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, the MNLA has declared independence for a northern region of Mali. Their claims have been rejected
Dockworkers gathered outside Greece’s central bank in Athens to protest against a debt swap deal they say has cost them their savings.
Nearly 3,000 Syrians have fled the unrest to Turkey over the past 24 hours, Turkish authorities said on Friday.
Ankara says the daily number of
It was an uncomfortable week for investors. After a first quarter of an almost constantly rising share prices, markets were reminded that we are
It is being called the ‘River of Blood’. The 11,541 red chairs symbolise every person killed during the siege of Sarajevo 20 years ago.
The row of
At least 23 people died following fresh fighting in Syria on Friday, opposition groups said, as a UN deadline to end the bloodshed draws ever
The jailing of Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout has prompted a diplomatic war of words between Washington and Moscow.
Bout protested his innocence
Lyon is France’s second city and birth place of the 1990s urban riots which spread across the country. The city has long been conservative and the
Thousands of Christians are in Jerusalem marking Good Friday by walking the same path they believe Jesus took before his crucifixion.
A leading Italian politician who resigned on Thursday has accused the government in Rome of plotting against him and his party.
In this edition of U-talk, Damien, from Lyon, France, poses this question:
“I was recently approached in the street and asked to sign a European
A fishing boat came under fire off the Alaskan coast from repeated machine gun blasts by a US coastguard cutter. The Japanese vessel which has been
Refugees have fled in their thousands from the conflict in Syria. Now the numbers have topped record figures.
Almost 3,000 crossed the border with
This is the future as seen through technology giant Google’s web-based digital glasses. The video posted on youtube shows how Google’s services can
A water leak at a French nuclear plant has been stopped according to the company that operates the facility.
EDF said the reactor will remain
President Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi has died. The 78-year-old suffered a heart attack on Thursday. Government sources have confirmed he failed to
On April 5, a group of Australian women began a campaign to make pole dancing an Olympic sport.
Tokyo’s Ueno Park is full of bloom and residents make a break under cherry trees marking with the past after a year of crisis.
A Tuareg rebel group in the West African state of Mali has declared independence in the northern region of Azawad.
The National Movement for the
In the Europa league quarter-finals Schalke went to Bilbao but were unable to overcome Athletico, while Athletico Madrid saw off the challenge of
In Mali, Tuareg rebels have declared independence in a northern area of the West African country.
The separatists from the Azawad National
The Russian arms dealer known as the ‘Merchant of Death’ was sentenced on Thursday to 25 years in a US prison for attempting to sell arms to a
Commemorations are taking place on Friday to mark the beginning of the Siege of Sarajevo and the start of the Bosnian War exactly twenty years