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British Prime Minister David Cameron is standing by Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt over his handling of Rupert Murdoch’s attempted takeover of
More than 80 people have been arrested during an unauthorised protest in Russia’s capital Moscow.
The group were campaigning against plans to
The flight data recorder for a Russian plane that crashed in Indonesia in May has been recovered.
Search teams found the black box buried 30
A Russian colonel serving in the reserves has been sentenced to 12 years for spying for the US.
Vladimir Lazar has been found guilty of providing
The Leveson inquiry into press standards in Britain heard evidence given all day by Jeremy Hunt , the minister who oversaw the bid by the Murdoch
Serbia’s new president has taken office reiterating his support for the country to join the EU.
Tomislav Nikolic told politicians in the Belgrade
The first private spacecraft to visit the International Space Station splashed down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California on
For decades, the idea of a single European patent has simply been a dream. But, last year 25 out of 27 EU countries agreed to turn that dream into
Investors were pleased by Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica’s announcement that it is to sell part of its German unit O2 to the public and
Azeri television has shown footage of reported Islamist terrorists who had threatened to attack Azerbaijan’s hosting of the Eurovision Song Contest
Spanish coal miners rallied in Madrid on Thursday to protest against spending cuts in the mining sector.
The government is slashing subsidies to
Sweden will look to build on their 3-2 win over Iceland when they take on Serbia on June 5 in what will be their last match in their preparations for
France will be looking to bounce back from their dreadful 2010 World Cup campaign when they take on England, Sweden and Ukraine in Group D of the
Aung San Suu Kyi is becoming the star of the show wherever she goes. Her appearance at the World Economic Forum in Bangkok created a buzz as media
Israel has handed over 91 bodies of Palestinian militants, including several suicide bombers, as part of an agreement to end a hunger strike by
More weak economic data from the US were further signs that growth there may be stalling after a strong performance early in the year.
As the violence in Syria continues, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon is warning about the possibility of civil war.
Earlier the head of the
Irish voters cast ballots on Thursday in a referendum to decide whether Dublin should agree to rein in public spending by ratifying a new EU treaty
‘Let’s be practical,’ the Irish have been forced to think in casting their referendum votes for or against tighter new European Union fiscal rules
Canadian police are hunting what seems to be a bisexual porn star and male model as their prime suspect in a grisly murder case that has shocked the
Austrian artist Gustav Klimt’s work is on display at the Neue Galerie in New York, to mark 150 years since his birth.
The exhibition features some
American singer Jesse McCartney plays one of six young tourists in the horror film Chernobyl Diaries, directed by Bradley Parker. They take what is
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has urged European leaders to clarify their vision for the euro, saying the ECB cannot fill the policy
Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier opened this year’s season at Teatro del Maggio Fiorentino in Florence.
It is a romantic story of an adult love
Northern Italy is still reeling from an earthquake that claimed the lives of 17 people and injured more than 350.
The Emilia-Romagna region has
As more football match-fixing scandals emerge across Europe, experts talk about the huge sums of money involved and the authorities reveal their
India’s economic growth slumped between January and March.
GDP was up by 5.3 percent from the same period a year earlier – much lower than
With the recession biting, demand for products is falling and inflation in the eurozone fell to it lowest in 15 months in May.
Josef Ackermann has bowed out as Deutsche Bank’s boss receiving a standing ovation from shareholders at the annual meeting. Juergen Fitschen and
The pension debate in Britain has extended to doctors, and their decision to go on a day of strike action has sparked criticism from the