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Tahrir Square in central Cairo was again humming with crowds late on Tuesday night.
The crucible of Egypt’s Arab Spring was for several hours alive
Suspended Romanian president Traian Basescu could hang onto his job if there is a turnout of less than 50 per cent for the referendum aimed at
Nationalists and socialists are close to signing an agreement to form a coalition government in Serbia nine weeks after elections.
The mayor of the small Black Forest town of Triberg in Germany, otherwise famous for its waterfalls and reputedly the world’s biggest cuckoo clock
EU finance chiefs have held further talks in Brussels after a day which saw an easing of the fiscal pain for Spain.
In addition to agreeing to
ASML, Europe’s largest chip-equipment maker for the semiconductor industry, is inviting its customers to financially back its research and
After ruffling French feathers just after the election of François Hollande, British Prime Minister David Cameron made sure the red carpet treatment
The coinciding of Ramadan this year with the London Olympics, has created a dilemma for the estimated 3,000 Muslim athletes expected to
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has sentenced Congolese former warlord Thomas Lubanga to 14 years in prison, for conscripting children. He was
Citing health reasons, a judge has postponed the trial during which former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoschenko will face charges of tax
Lawmakers in Russia’s lower house of parliament have voted to join the World Trade Organisation.
As the vote was held in the State Duma, opponents
She has served 23 years behind bars.
But the European Court of Human Rights has told Spain it must release ETA activist Ines del Rio Prada and pay
“Imagine the world without free access to knowledge.”
The above sentence and the censored out Wikipedia logo is all one could see on Tuesday when
New Socialist French President François Hollande has been visiting traditionally eurosceptic London, on his first official trip to Britain.
Weak but happy, Mahmoud al-Sarsak of the Palestinian national football team, has been freed from jail by Israel.
He had been held for the last
After 10 strenuous days of racing, the 178 riders still competing in this year’s Tour de France will be relieved to have reached the first of the
More grim jobs news with unemployment in the world’s advanced economies set to remain high for the next year and a half.
Young people and the
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has suggested a “step by step” approach to ending the violent conflict with the opposition.
Speaking at a meeting
They have made it to Madrid after nearly three weeks of walking.
Now striking Spanish miners are preparing for a massive rally in the capital to
The Sarajevo Film Festival included 210 films from 57 countries, and attracted 100,000 film fans. The festival has been running since 1995 and is one
The famous Swiss Jazz Festival is underway and this year truly does cater to all tastes. Quinn Sullivan is 13 years old and already people are
Aluminium maker Alcoa says its latest quarterly revenue and profit fell, but were better than investors had expected even though prices are at nearly
Barclays ex-Chief Executive Bob Diamond has waived his bonus this year as well as various share and other awards totalling up to 25 million euros
China trade surplus jumped in June as imports rose at only half the pace expected.
Annual import growth of 6.3 percent in June fell far short of
The first criminal trial of a former Israeli prime minister has seen Ehud Olmert convicted of a corruption charge. But his acquittal on two more
A year ago, one photograph was everywhere: an image of Osama bin Laden, killed in a raid by US forces. But, in reality, the image was fake.
EU finance ministers met in Brussels on Tuesday for further talks only hours after agreeing a blueprint to save Spain.
That package will see an
Foreign judges are being drafted into Bulgaria to monitor five high-profile cases, including some involving two alleged gangsters and mafia bosses
A man wanted for shooting an off-duty police officer in Essex in southern England has been found dead in a churchyard in the same county.