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Angola goes to the polls on Friday for only its third general election since independence from Portugal in 1975.
There followed a 27-year civil war
Life in the sleepy Nottinghamshire hamlet of Rampton, central England, has just got a lot more exciting.
Sundown Adventureland, a theme park for
270 striking mine workers are being charged with murder after police shot dead 34 of their colleagues.
They are being tried under South Africa’s
Barcelona’s puppet master Andres Iniesta won UEFA’s best player in Europe award for last season on Thursday following a glitzy ceremony in Monaco
Belgian former world number one Kim Clijsters signed off her singles career with a second-round defeat by Britain’s Laura Robson at the
More than two thousand students could face deportation from the UK.
Earlier, dozens of them protested outside Downing Street, the British prime
The world’s largest advertising group WPP, disappointed the markets with mixed first-half results and lower annual targets.
That is particularly
Rebel fighters in Syria claim to have shot down a Syrian air force fighter in the Idlib province close to the Turkish border. A video posted on the
Carrefour’s new boss is promising to slash costs and defend the troubled retailer’s key markets like France, Brazil and China.
French president Francois Hollande and Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy have both pledged total committment to the euro after talks in
The Republican candidate for the White House Mitt Romney is gearing up for the biggest speech of his life at the party’s National Convention in
There is more economic pain for the people of Spain in the form of higher inflation.
Consumer prices surged in August for the second month
Turkey is celebrating Victory Day to mark the final battle in the Turkish War of Independence in 1922.
Turkish President Abdullah Gul, however, did
The bodies of two murdered women have been found in Russia beneath a message scrawled in blood demanding the release of Pussy Riot.
The pair had
The French government has rejected calls for the army to be sent to Marseille following a wave of deadly drug-related shootings there.
The big speech by Mitt Romney’s vice-presidential running mate, 42-year-old Paul Ryan, went over well at the Republican National Convention, notably
In this edition of U-talk Maroš from Bratislava posed the following question:
“I study law in Bratislava. I have heard that the EU offers grants
Luna Park in Buenos Aires sizzled this week as an Argentine couple: Cristian Sosa and Maria Noel Sciuto twirled their way into first place at this
The Venice International Film Festival, or Mostra Di Venezia, celebrated its 80th anniversary this year. Holding its own throughout the years the
One of Moscow’s most historic landmarks has been sold for 222 million euros. The luxury Metropol hotel has hosted all Russian life from revolutionary
Egypt’s President Mohammad Mursi has blasted Syria’s government as an “oppressive regime” and urged support for the uprising.
He was speaking at a
Unemployment was up in Germany for a fifth month running in August.
It is the latest in a string of disappointing data that adds to evidence
Beijing is buying 50 Airbus A 320 planes and will assemble more aircraft in China by extending an assembly line at Tianjin near the capital.
Jörg Schulz is a baker in Germany who has found a cool money-saving new way of baking his bread.
“The NanoBak Technology, which we developed, is a
Detroit, better known as the Motor City or simply Motown, is a city which for decades stood as a symbol of the American dream.
Australia has suffered its bloodiest day in Afghanistan since entering the conflict in late 2001.
Five soldiers were killed in two incidents over a
Germany’s biggest airline Lufthansa will be hit by strike action from tomorrow in a long-running dispute over pay-rises and the terms of some
As Syria spirals deeper into civil war, UN Security Council foreign ministers will meet today to discuss the humanitarian crisis, particularly the
In this edition of U-talk Kate from London posed the following question:
“I have heard about an EU programme enabling young people to do voluntary