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The Presidents of Poland and Ukraine opened a new a memorial to remember thousands of lives lost at the hands of Joseph Stalin’s secret police
With many Spaniards struggling to make ends meet, many have found a novel way to find one off items on a budget.
A growing number of people are
South African authorities have issued an arrest warrant for former ANC Youth League President Julius Malema.
One of President Jacob Zuma’s most
The United States is removing the People’s Mujahadeen of Iran, or MEK, from its list of terrorist organisations.
The group supports the overthrow
There were mixed reactions in Turkey when three former military officers were convicted on Friday for plotting a coup d’etat.
Protests in Pakistan against a ‘blasphemous’ film have turned deadly, with at least 17 people losing their lives and almost 200 wounded.
Apple set a new record share price and market value just after the unveiling of its latest smartphone.
The company received more than two million
The border village of Akcakale is being evacuated, as Syria’s civil war spills over into Turkey.
Rebels seized control of the Tal Abyad gate on
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, who was in Rome meeting his Italian counterpart has been told keep up the good work.
Mario Monti urged him
Three former Turkish generals have been given 20-year-sentences for plotting a Coup d’etat.
The “sledgehammer” trial relates to a 2003 military
Apple’s latest gadget – the iPhone 5 – will certainly make it a lot of money given that it accounts for half of the company’s annual profit but can
On September the 21 World Alzheimer’s day aims to raise awareness about the most common form of dementia.
Around 36 million people are affected by
Three gunmen crossed into Israel from Sinai and opened fire on soldiers, leaving one dead and wounding another. The militants themselves were then
Bullfighting has been declared legal in France after animal rights activists lost the battle to have the sport classified as cruelty to animals
Georgia’s newly-appointed prisons minister Georgy Tugushi says he will put an end to torture and violence in detention.
The message comes in the
A group of councils, churches and charities in Australia has successfully sued the Australian arm of failed investment bank Lehman Brothers
It may the most important trial in Turkey’s recent history: hundreds of active and retired military officers accused in a civil court of plotting to
The police protection provided for journalists proves that a physical threat is taken seriously. In this story, offended Muslims are thought to pose
Matteo Manassero is a 19 year-old golfer from Verona, Italy and the youngest ever winner of a European Tour Open. In 2010, he won the Castelló
Fashion brand Gucci kicked off the Milan womenswear fashion week with an array of aristocratic elegance. The fashion houses designer Frida Giannini
“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is a coming-of-age drama, based on the best selling book of the same name, written and directed by Stephen Chbosky
The Louvre has dedicated a new wing entirely to Islamic art. In a project which has cost nearly 100 million euros and taken 10 years to complete, the
France has inaugurated a memorial and museum to honour the memory of Jews deported during the second world war.
President François Hollande went to
Vivendi’s Universal Music Group has been given the go ahead by the EU to buy EMI’s recorded music unit.
But European competition regulators said to
Hundreds of Turkish military officers are awaiting the verdict of the “sledgehammer” trial, in which they stand accused of plotting a coup
This week, Business Planet takes a look at one of Europe’s answers to the economic crisis: a network of tutors encouraging women entrepreneurs
A cinema in the northwestern city of Peshawar bore the brunt of protesters’ anger in Pakistan, as many tok to the streets in a day of
France has tightened security around the world wherever its nationals may face danger from Muslims outraged at blasphemous cartoons published in
US troop numbers in Afghanistan today returned to their pre-2009 “surge” figures with the departure of the last of the extra 33,000 troops ordered in