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Buying booze in the Czech Republic has been banned. The new law which applies to all liquor with more than 20 percent alcohol has been brought in
President Obama led tributes to Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the three others killed in an attack on the US consulate in Libya.
Pope Benedict spent the first of a three day trip to Lebanon urging Christians in the middle east not to leave, but to continue dialogue with their
The anti-American protests breaking out across the Muslim world have catapulted the focus of the US presidential campaign away from the domestic
When I was invited to attend the Yalta European Strategy conference in Yalta I jumped at the chance, not for the conference – I admit I had never
Juventus coach Antonio Conte has had his 10-month domestic league suspension for match-fixing violations extended by FIFA.
Conte’s initial ban was
Striking miners at the Marikana platinum mine in South Africa have rejected another pay offer from management on Friday.
Unions representing them
Inflation in the US rose in August by the most in three years, with higher fuel costs accounting for around 80 percent of the increase.
The prosecutor in the trial of UBS trader Kweku Adoboli has accused him of “naked gambling” with reckless, unauthorised investments that could have
Greece may be given more time to get its finances in order and Spain seems to inching closer to making a formal request for a bailout – those were
The US Federal Reserve has stepped in to accelerate the economic recovery, saying that it would expand its holdings of mortgage-backed securities
At least 8,000 protesters hit the streets of Brussels on Friday furious over what they see as flimsy tax rules for Europe’s rich.
A Russian MP who turned against President Putin has been voted out of the lower house of parliament, the Duma.
Gennady Gudkov was expelled by 291
Swedish diplomats in Lithuania are doing their bit for the environment by using bikes for official embassy business in the centre of Vilnius.
The French president has said he wants to bring forward the closure date of the country’s oldest nuclear power station.
Francois Hollande said
One protester has been killed and two others wounded in clashes with police on the streets of Tripoli.
The fatality happened as demonstrators
More protests were held across the Muslim world on Friday against the film made in the United States that criticises the Prophet Muhammad.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to be “hugely saddened” by what they called a “grotesque” invasion of their privacy, after a French
Stripper Katrina Darling – a distant cousin of the Duchess of Cambridge – is following in Prince Harry’s footsteps and getting naked for the camera
Milla Jovovich returns as Alice in Resident Evil: Retribution – the fifth in the franchise.
Continuing her fight against the Umbrella Corporation
Pope Benedict XVI’s coming to Lebanon is an attempt to reassure generations of resident Christians into not leaving.
Lebanon is unusual as an
The seven-year-old girl who survived the deadly shooting in the French Alps that killed her parents and grandmother is back in Britain.
Pope Benedict has arrived in the Lebanese capital, Beirut to begin a three-day visit.
He is there to address Christians living in a region torn by
Teachers – especially young ones – are certainly not a privileged category these days. Like many others throughout Europe, teachers are suffering
Violent protesters in Muslim cities around the world have been blaming the United States for a film made there which they say insulted the Prophet
Japan’s government has performed a major U-turn on nuclear energy, saying it will stop using atomic power stations by the 2030s.
All but two of
There are nearly 25 million unemployed in Europe, of whom more than 17 million are in the eurozone. One in five young people in the EU cannot find a
Anti-US protests sparked by a film which was made in the United States and which mocks the Prophet Muhammad continued in Cairo on Friday.
It is one of Europe’s richest regions, but growth is slowing.
Formerly flourishing businesses in northern Italy are closing or outsourcing as the