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Moaz was one of the victims of Egypt’s January 25 revolution. He died after being beaten by the Egyptian police during the violent events in Tahrir
England defender Gary Cahill has been ruled out of Euro 2012 after suffering two fractures to his jaw in his country’s final warm-up match against
Among the camps that shelter thousands of Syrian refugees across the border in Turkey, President Assad’s words had an empty ring.
One of the main
A commercial passenger plane with 153 people on board has crashed in Nigeria’s business capital Lagos.
Witnesses said the MD-83 of Dana Air
Queen Elizabeth has joined a huge flotilla of boats on the River Thames in London, as she marks 60 years on the throne.
Despite the rain, thousands
A respected news magazine in Germany has reported that Israel is arming German-built submarines with nuclear-tipped cruise missiles.
Lebanese troops have been restoring order in the city of Tripoli, after 15 people were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of Syrian
Dozens of anti-Nazi groups gathered in Hamburg on Saturday to protest a planned neo-Nazi demonstration. Most of the demonstrations were peaceful
North Korea sent thousands of its children on holiday to the capital Pyongyang this week, in what state media reported was a gift from the country’s
Police hunting the so-called ‘Canadian Psycho’ killer have been carrying out what they call ‘targeted searches’ in and around Paris.
President Bashar al-Assad says Syria is facing a war, waged from outside the country.
In a speech before parliament on Sunday, he said that
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has told parliament that the country is facing an international onslaught, with a war being waged from the
A man has been killed after a gunman opened fire in a busy shopping centre in Toronto, Canada.
Seven other people were injured, two of them
Clashes in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, between supporters and opponents of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, have left at least 14 dead
Tahrir Square in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, has once again been packed with angry crowds after the verdict in the trial of Hosni
A Norwegian TV crew and a UN convoy were caught in the crossfire in Syria as government troops came under attack in a Damascus suburb.
Students and their families have been rallying in Montreal in Canada, 48 hours after talks with authorities over tuition fee hikes collapsed.
The Muslim Brotherhood has reacted to the verdicts of Hosni Mubarak and co-defendants by promising a retrial of the accused should their candidate