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Brussels’ streets were free of cars and heavy traffic on Sunday (September 16) as it celebrated its 11th annual car-free day, marking a week when
As many as 12 people – mostly foreigners – have been killed in a suicide bomb attack in the Afghan capital Kabul.
The blast was claimed by the
Spanish giants Real Madrid will be seeking to bounce back from their disappointing 1-0 loss to Sevilla in La Liga when they open their Champions
Spain has called for tighter safety controls on foreign airlines after low-cost carrier Ryanair made two forced landings in the country due to
Madrid’s regional president Esperanza Aguirre and leader of the conservative wing of the ruling People’s Party has resigned.
She recently clashed
A Spanish man held in Cuba accused of the death of prominent dissidents Oswaldo Paya and Harold Cepero will stand trial on October 5th.
Cuba has raised the idea of talks with the United States to try and resolve the case of jailed American contractor Alan Gross.
Gross has been in
A suicide bomber has attacked a mini-bus carrying foreign and local workers close to Kabul airport in Afghanistan.
Reports suggest at least ten
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney went in search of the Hispanic vote to boost his flagging campaign.
He chose to address the
Poland has banned the sale of alcohol from the Czech Republic as the spate of poisonings attributed to bootleg spirits continues to rise.
Violent clashes sparked by an American-made film which mocks the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, portraying him as a fool and a womaniser have continued
A French court is due announce whether it will block further publication of topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Lawyers for the British