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A group of pensioners in Barcelona has taken to the streets and invaded the German consulate to protest against the country’s stance over the euro
There were no bailouts for Greece in Euro 2012 on Friday night after Germany beat the 2004 champions 4-2 in their quarter-final tie in
Cristiano Ronaldo was in inspired form to help seal Portgual’s spot in the last four.
Joao Moutinho was a constant threat from midfield and his
His peace plan failed to end Syria’s bloodshed.
Now in Geneva, where crisis talks could be held at the end of June, international mediator Kofi
There are festivals and there are festivals and Ukraine’s ‘Krayina Mriy’ is one that is starting to set itself apart.
Loosely translated, ‘Krayina
The “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” wants to become a member of the European Union.
But Greece is blocking accession talks because of a
The leaders of Germany, France, Italy and Spain have agreed on a 130 billion euros package to try to revive economic growth in Europe.. but
Confusion surrounds the fate of a Turkish fighter missing over the Mediterranean.
Earlier reports suggested Syrian air defences shot the plane
The economic recovery might take longer than we had hoped as the latest data from China and even Germany this past week were not encouraging.
Palestinians have marched in the Gaza Strip to show support for Syrians suffering in the uprising there and to demand President Assad’s departure
The long hot summer of the Spanish banks is just beginning and financial industry observers say the independent audit just carried out will only cool
A four-way meeting in Rome of the leaders of Germany, France, Italy and Spain has produced a confidence-boosting agreement.
The euro zone’s four
In an international context which is gradually recovering from the financial and economic crisis, a new, post-revolution Tunisia is seeking to
Despite the woes of the world economy, Russia is strong and stable. That, at least, was the picture painted by President Vladimir Putin in a speech
The trial of Anders Breivik ,who killed 77 people in Norway, is over.
As Breivik began his closing statement, survivors and relatives of some of
In this edition of U-talk, Julia of Lyon asked: “I’d like to know if it’s possible to establish a social security system throughout the
The Gnaoua Music Festival in the Moroccan city of Essaouira is now underway.
The festival celebrates traditional Gnaoua music, a mixture of
NATO forces and elite Afghan police have ended a 12-hour siege at a popular lakeside hotel outside Kabul.
At least 20 people were killed after
With newspaper headlines asking ‘Can they?’ and calling them a ‘government without a grace period’, there is little trust from the press for the new
On December 21, 2011 Soyuz blasted off from the Russian launch facility in Kazakhstan. Russian commander Oleg Kononenko had two other astronauts on
Thousands of flag-waving protesters have filled Cairo’s Tahrir Square for Friday prayers as
Egypt’s presidential candidates continue their war of
Australian authorities say around 90 asylum seekers are still missing in the Indian Ocean after a crowded refugee boat capsized between Indonesia and
The leaders of the four biggest economies in the eurozone are meeting in Rome to thrash out further measures to deal with the debt crisis.
The humanitarian crisis in Syria is growing by the day according to the UN.
As many as 1.5 million people now require assistance and the World Food
People Like Us reveals a journey of discovery for a fast-talking and debt-ridden salesman whose father suddenly dies. While settling his father’s
Various indigenous tribes of Brazil and other countries marched to the site of the UN Summit for Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro on
“A failure of leadership” the verdict on the UN Rio+20 Earth Summit by environmental groups and veteran politicians.
Former Brazilian President
Nicolas from Brussels asks: “I plan to take my family to southern Italy this summer. Will my Belgian car insurance cover expenses if we have an
A surprising sculpture, nicknamed Citihenge, took a team led by sculptor Tommy Gun three months to create using 18 scrap cars and was in place for