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Spain’s Cesc Fabregas struck the winning spot kick as the reigning champions beat Portugal 4-2 on penalties after their Euro 2012 semi-final ended
Even Syria’s President Assad now says it is a country “at war”.
As new video posted to a social media website purportedly showed a pro-regime tank
Germany will be seeking to beat Italy for the first time in a competitive match when both sides lock horns for a place in the final of Euro 2012 in
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has had more harsh words for Syria over its shooting down of a Turkish warplane with the loss of two
Is Qatar going to spoil the party two weeks ahead of the proposed merger of the Swiss mining giants Glencore and Xstrata?
It wants an improved
In an historic gesture, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has shaken hands with former IRA commander Martin McGuinness.
It took just a matter of seconds
Microsoft has lost an appeal against a massive EU fine over its breaking of anti-competition rules.
That verdict should be the last hurrah in a
Spain cannot continue financing itself indefinitely at current rates, its prime minister has warned.
Madrid has seen its borrowing costs spiral as
Escaping unimaginable horror leaving families and loved ones behind in a desperate search for safety…There are an estimated 15 million refugees in
‘Stay clear’, Turkey is warning Syria along their 900km common border, as international diplomatic and military channels crackle with high
For better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, good times and disaster. It really was Under the Boardwalk when a couple
Giant Olympic rings were unveiled on London’s iconic Tower Bridge to mark one month to go to the Olympic Games.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is resisting mounting pressure from France, Spain and Italy to agree to pool eurozone debt.
With European leaders
Iraq’s prime minister Nuri al-Maliki says he will call for early elections unless a solution is found to the country’s six-month-long political
Cyprus says it is premature to speculate on what conditions Brussels might attach to the bailout it wants.
EU sources said the Cypriot government
In France prosecutors have called for the former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel to serve five years in prison. Kerviel is appealing a
Germany’s top Jewish leader has described a court ruling in Cologne that would make ritual circumcision for boys a criminal act as “outrageous”
At Milan Fashion Week, designers are showing off their latest cuts and trends but away from the bright lights is a man of equal tailoring
Oscar-winning director Steven Soderberg’s latest film Magic Mike is about a veteran male stripper – played by Channing Tatum – who teaches a newcomer
Hotel and restaurant staff in Greece have taken to the streets in a 24-hour strike to protest at their plight amid the country’s economic
Born and raised in the Tuscan countryside, Gianni Gaggiani has retained his links with nature. He became a graphic designer but has created a
Michael Jackson fans found themselves on the wrong side of tough new laws in Russia as they tried to commemorate the third anniversary of the death
Shareholders of Tokyo Electric Power, the company at the centre of last year’s Fukushima disaster, have approved its nationalisation.
Commodities trader Glencore is scrambling to save its twenty one billion euro bid for mining company Xstrata.
Xstrata’s second largest shareholder
Italy’s oldest bank has unveiled a painful restructuring plan.
One day after it was forced to take state aid, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena said
In a gesture heavy with symbolism, Queen Elizabeth has shaken hands with the former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness.
Greece is unlikely to be the most pressing issue at this week’s EU summit. The country’s recent election, which saw the victory of pro-bailout
European leaders appear increasingly out of step ahead of yet another crucial summit on the eurozone crisis.
Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel’s
It is being described as a fire of “epic proportions” and it is contributing to the worst fire season the American state of Colorado has ever
A group of armed men have attacked a pro-government TV station in Damascus.
Anti-Assad fighters planted explosives and killed three staff