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Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has made an historic address to both Houses of the UK Parliament.
The first day of summer was met with the first heat wave of the season in the north-east US, with temperatures reaching 92 degrees Fahrenheit (33
Thousands of fans are in the Moroccan city of Essaouira for the Gnaoua World Music Festival.
The event is in its 15th year and celebrates
The city of Łódź in the middle of Poland is something of a paradox.
Unlike many other major cities, it did not spring up around a major
When Spain’s spectacular building boom went bust, it was the country’s banks which were left with much of the debt including 200 billion euro worth
Afghan security forces have ended a siege by Taliban members holding party-guests hostage at a hotel near Kabul.
There are few details yet about
The new Greek prime minister says his coalition government will have no honeymoon period and its goal is to pull what he calls the “traumatised”
Defiant amid impeachment moves, Paraguay’s president has vowed to stand and fight rather than resign.
Fernando Lugo addressed the nation on
For thousands of Portuguese fans watching on a giant screen in central Lisbon, it looked like it was going to be a night of frustration.
Both sides in Egypt’s presidential election are stepping up the war of words amid the vacuum created by the delayed result.
To the delight of his
Germany’s government and opposition have reached a deal on growth that should mean the eurozone’s permanent bailout scheme gets parliamentary
Spain has welcomed independent audits saying its ailing banking sector does not need as much extra funding as many analysts had feared.
There are fears that borrowing costs could rise after the credit ratings agency Moody’s downgraded 15 mostly European and American banks.
Afghan police say they have stormed a fashionable Kabul hotel and freed a number of hostages after an attack by Taliban gunmen. A police official