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France’s Socialist presidential frontrunner Francois Hollande has claimed European leaders are awaiting his election to back away from German
France says it will push for a UN resolution, which could ultimately involve military force, if the violence in Syria continues.
The lifting of EU sanctions against Myanmar on Monday marks yet another step towards normalising diplomatic ties between Burmese authorities and the
The US Supreme Court has begun hearing a case which could bring about a profound change in American immigration policy.
Judges will decide whether
A US-based company is aiming to open up a new mining market, with the extraction of precious metals and rare minerals from asteroids that orbit the
The European Court of Human rights is breaking under its heavy workload and needs urgent reform critics say. A recent UK initiative, which was
The European Commission has proposed a near seven percent increase in its budget for next year.
EU chiefs insisted the rise was needed to help
Former Turkish head of police, Mehmet Ağar,has been handed a five year jail sentences, 15 years after a scandal exposed links between the police, the
The German cabinet has passed a revised deal to aimed at tackling tax cheats who place secret deposits in Swiss bank accounts.
The deal – from
Great Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has officially opened the newly restored Cutty Sark.
The world’s last remaining tea clipper, which was badly
Norwegian killer Anders Breivik has railed at psychiatrists who diagnosed him as psychotic. Saying their report contained evil, ‘fictional
Siemens has slashed its full-year earnings target because of headwinds at its wind farm division.
The German industrial conglomerate’s quarterly
The Federal Reserve says the US economy is expanding moderately but after its latest policy meeting gave few clues into whether it might offer more
A British minister has refused to quit over claims his department was secretly helping Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation take control of the UK’s
Yulia Tymoshenko was a key figure of the Orange Revolution, as the massive protests in Ukraine in 2004 were dubbed. The results of the presidential
In mid-April, Portugal’s parliament ratified the new European pact on budgetary discipline, the second EU country to do so after Greece. The pact
Vocational training gives young people across the world the chance to learn skills and get professional qualifications.
Kyrgyzstan: the job
Ghost: The Musical – based on the 1990 tearjerker starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore – has opened on Broadway.
It was one of Swayze’s best
Hollywood hearthrob Zac Efron of the High School Musical film franchise stars as a US marine in The Lucky One, directed by Scott Hicks.
For the first time ever, former soldiers have chosen not to attend an official ceremony marking the anniversary of Portugal’s 1974
As the fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann approaches, British police have issued a computer-generated photo of how she might
The EU and Hungary appear to have put a five-month dispute to bed after Budapest agreed to change a law criticised for undermining the independence
Israel’s military chief says he does not believe Iran will decide to produce a nuclear bomb.
Lieutenant-General Benny Gantz comments appear to
Ukraine’s human rights ombudsman has demanded an investigation into allegations that former prime minister Yuila Tymoshenko was beaten in jail.
It was a night to remember in south west London as Chelsea fans raised the rafters after their team stunned Barcelona with a 3-2 aggregate win in a
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has refused to commit to more support for banks or governments as the eurozone debt crisis enters a new
British Prime Minister David Cameron says he is standing by his culture minister Jeremy Hunt after claims Hunt secretly backed a plan by Rupert
Tough times at PSA Peugeot Citroen which saw sales fall seven percent in the early part of the year and says things will be difficult until at least
Britain’s economy has contracted again taking the UK into its second recession since the financial crisis.
Gross domestic product fell 0.2 percent
Germany sold 2.4 billion euros worth of government bonds maturing in 32 years time in an auction on Wednesday.
However demand was lacklustre and