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Ghana has promised to help investigate attacks in Ivory Coast that are being blamed on the supporters of former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbago
The drive for greater autonomy in Catalonia has been given a boost with the announcement there will be snap elections on November 25.
It started as what organisers had said would be a peaceful protest outside the Spanish Parliament. Within hours clashes had broken out between
Six soldiers and one civilian have been killed in an attack on a military truck in eastern Turkey.
Another vehicle packed with explosives is said
US President Barack Obama has told the United Nations General Assembly that America will do what it must to prevent Iran becoming a nuclear
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi have used speeches to the Federation of German Industries to urge
Jailed Russian punk band Pussy Riot has been nominated for the European Parliament’s prestigious Sakharov prize.
Last month, the three group
Bank cards have been banned in restaurants across Portugal. It is cash only as part of a nationwide day-long protest at charges.
An increase in
German automotive parts supplier Schaeffler has taken its debt restructuring a step further at the expense of its partner – Continental by selling
Where does life come from?
Are we really just stardust?
And is there life elsewhere than on this planet?
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Renowned Turkish folk singer Neşet Ertaş has died, aged 74.
Known as a “halk ozanı,” which literally means “folk poet”, he was a master of the
In what could be seen as a show of force, China has put its first aircraft carrier into service at a time when tensions are running high with
Catalonia’s president Artur Mas has called early elections in Spain’s biggest region after failing to get more fiscal autonomy from the country’s
Hundreds of indignados, calling themselves the 25s group marched on Parliament in Madrid angry at how the government is managing the country’s
Going against the findings of a European body, Russia has praised Sunday’s election in Belarus, describing the ballot as “free, open, and conducted
Syrian children have told harrowing accounts of atrocities as they escape the 18-month old civil war, according to a British charity.
Saving some of the best for last, the Milano Modo Donna fashion week ended with some exciting collections for next spring.
Federico Piaggi and
The Erika oil tanker disaster had globalisation written all over it. The ship was registered in Malta.
It had been certified as seaworthy by the
France’s highest court has upheld the conviction of oil giant Total in the Erika disaster, which left Brittany’s beaches covered with oil, and
The highest peaks in Venezuela are at the centre of an ambitious re-building programme. As part of an effort to reconstruct the country’s tourism
Drugmaker Sanofi is to scale back planned layoffs under pressure from the French government.
Sanofi will now shed around 900 jobs in France over
The amount of interest that the Spanish government is having to offer to borrow money in the short term is again creeping up.
That is because
Three former top bosses of Japanese camera and medical equipment maker Olympus have admitted involvement in one of Japan’s biggest corporate
A day of prayer and fasting is about to get under way across Israel as Jews celebrate Yom Kippur the holiest day in their religious calender.
Severe floods across northeast India are thought to have killed more than 30 people, according to local officials.
In Assam state alone, relentless
Cars which lock without using keys can be hacked into as easily as any other computerised device. Just as you lock it with your remote control, the
The South Korean military staged a rehearsal for the 64th Armed Forces Day celebration before South Korean Defence Minister Kim Kwan-jin on at
The head of an alumina plant in western Hungary has gone on trial charged with negligence following the country’s worst chemical disaster.