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The leader of the Greek far-left party that came second in last weekend’s elections says he has failed in his bid to form a coalition
Algeria is going to the polls in parliamentary elections, under pressure to reform after the ‘Arab Spring’ revolutions in neighbouring
Several UN observers in Syria have survived an explosion that hit a convoy of vehicles accompanying them.
Eight Syrian soldiers who were escorting
France’s presidential run-off was a closely fought race in the end as both candidates made gestures to a far right that came in third in the first
The New York Forum Africa will be held from June 8-10 in Libreville, the capital of Gabon. Hundreds of industry figures, entrepreneurs and political
Forming a government in Greece is a task as hard as any out of ancient mythology.
As in other countries, here is how it is supposed to work. The
Commerzbank, Germany’s second biggest lender, drastically improved the state of its finances in the first quarter, reassuring the markets and its
Iran’s not just about the yellow cake. It’s about a beautiful, almond and orange blossom cake that is heady, delicious and fragrant. Iranians love
President Putin has used the solemn occasion commemorating the end of World War II to assert Russia’s position on the world stage.
In front of
Brussels says better detection has led to a substantial drop in the amount of deadly products coming into Europe from outside the bloc.
The president of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, has been meeting with France’s new president.
Francois Hollande, who swept to victory
Greece and getting growth back into Europe’s sickly economy were the top topics in Brussels, as MEPs marked Europe Day – the EU’s annual tribute to
Spain is stepped up it efforts to save the country’s troubled banks with a plan to make them recognise the huge losses from the bursting of the
A Russian passenger plane has gone missing during a demonstration flight near an Indonesian volcano.
Officials say the Sukhoi plane had 44
Protesters in Thailand have staged a religious ceremony beside the body of a cancer victim who died in jail after being given 20 years for insulting
The outgoing cabinet of Nicolas Sarkozy has met for the final time in Paris. As ministers left the Elysee Palace, they said their leader had told
Video footage of police beating a mentally-ill, homeless man has been shown to a courtroom in Orange County, California.
The grainy black and
Amid plenty of pomp and pageantry, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was on official parliamentary business as she travelled through the streets of London
He’s the creative director of Louis Vuitton and also runs his own label, so how does Marc Jacobs find the time in his busy schedule to support the
This month sees the release of the big screen comedy ‘What to Expect When You’re expecting’.
Staring Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez and Matthew
Toyota is predicting accelerated earning as it resumed full production after last year’s earthquake, tsunami and Thai floods disrupted supply chains
A Russian passenger jet with 46 people onboard has gone missing during a demonstration flight in Indonesia.
The Sukhoi plane was passing over West
Although the leader of Greece’s new second largest, and radical left party, Alexis Tsipras, is meeting the leaders of mainstream parties today to try
After 20 years of becoming progressively blind, Chris James is being given the chance to see again.
He suffers from retinitis pigmentosa a
An explosion has hit an army truck accompanying UN ceasefire monitors in Syria’s southern province of Deraa.
The head of the monitoring mission was
Police in Italy are probing the possibility that an anarchist group was behind Monday’s shooting of the head of a nuclear engineering company
The US presidential race will see major rallies in Virginia and Ohio this Saturday, a campaign lift-off for the incumbent Democrat Barack Obama.
Emptier shops mean Britain’s economy is on course for a third quarter of contraction.
British retail sales fell at their fastest rate in more than
German exports and imports both leapt to record monthly levels in March.
Exports were up by 0.9 percent – adjusted for seasonal factors – and
Toyota expects to treble its operating profit this year to the equivalent of more than 9.6 billion euros — though that is still less than half what