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The Syrian army is claiming that it has regained full control of the capital Damascus from the forces of the Free Syrian Army rebels.
The Olympic Judo competition threw some surprising results.
The Japanese were strangled to their worst ever result since judo became an Olympic
It is a year since riots that began in Tottenham ripped apart London. The area, one of the poorest in the British capital, still suffers from many
Twelve months after the UN called for a huge clean-up of oil pollution in southern Nigeria, its Environment Programme says it is pleased the
Syrian refugees in Turkey, Ankara’s sabre-rattling and UN resolutions notwithstanding, are sceptical there is to be any improvement in their
A car bomb has exploded in the Libyan capital Tripoli, in the first such attack in the city since the start of the revolt that toppled Muammar
More fighting has been reported in Syria’s two main cities as rebels and government forces wrestle for control.
In Damascus new amateur video is
America’s Michael Phelps overcame a shaky start to edge out rival Chad le Clos and take gold in the men’s 100m butterfly final in London on
Italy’s government has approved multi-million euro clean-up plans in and around a controversial steel plant whose partial closure has prompted
A suspected suicide bomber has killed himself and
wounded nine people in Nairobi, hours before a visit by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
A Turkish man, one of three terror suspects arrested in Spain, has been charged with possessing explosives and jailed.
He and two men of Chechen
Standard & Poor’s has downgraded 15 Italian banks, saying Italy faces a potentially deeper and more prolonged recession than the ratings agency had
Sudan and South Sudan have reached a deal to restart oil production after a dispute over taxes.
The South shut down its output in January after
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy told reporters that he would do “what was best for the Spanish people”.
But he failed to mention that that would
Supporters of gay marriage have staged kiss-ins outside a US fast food chain after its boss said he backed “the biblical definition of the family
The UN General Assembly has voted by an overwheming majority to condemn its own Security Council, for failing to stop the violence in Syria.
“Freedom for Pussy Riot!” they cried. But three demonstrators were detained for a colourful show of support for the all-female punk band appearing at