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Flooding across the UK is causing widespread misery.
Among the worst hit areas are York where the Ouse which runs through the centre of the
Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi introduced himself to the United Nations General Assembly as the product of a historic revolution.
It was his first
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has addressed the United Nations General Assembly, claiming his country is under threat from what he called
Singer Andy Williams has died at his home in the United States after a year-long battle with cancer.
The native of Iowa was best known for the
Violent anti-austerity protests in Greece and Spain were watched closely in Europe’s financial markets as they illustrate the difficulties the region
A recent French study claiming rats fed genetically modified corn suffered tumours has reignited Europe’s fears over GM food. Despite much scepticism
Banco Santander raised $4 billion when it listed shares of its Mexican subsidiary in New York and Mexico on Wednesday.
The Spanish bank will use
French handball champions Montpellier are being investigated for match-fixing after French media reported several players — including members of
France, the euro zone’s second-largest economy, has soared above the three million jobless barrier for the first time since 1999.
The euro zone
Retail sales in Italy were down in July for the fourth month running.
The continued fall in spending by Italian shoppers highlighting the effect of
Smoke from petrol bombs spread across streets in Athens. Gangs of young people hurled stones and bottles and were chased by riot police firing tear
Two bombs have rocked the Syrian capital Damascus.
The main rebel group in the country, The Free Syrian Army, has claimed reponsibility for the
Portuguese designer Fatima Lopes banished the grey Paris weather with a collection that brought the colours and sounds of her native island of
The leading French film director Luc Besson has realised his dream of building a world class film production complex in the north of Paris.
Russian billionaire Alexander Lebedev, owner of two leading British newspapers, has been charged with hooliganism over a televised
Two former editors of Rupert Murdoch-owned newspapers who had close ties to British Prime Minister David Cameron, will be tried in September next
Efforts by Britain to extradite Abu Hamza to the US on terrorism charges are again on hold.
The radical cleric has lodged a last minute appeal in
ANC rebel Julius Malema has been charged by a court in South Africa with money laundering. Malema is considered President Jacob Zuma’s most vocal
Human rights groups are demanding that Turkey revise its anti-terrorism laws after a teenager was arrested at a Labour Day rally and now faces 32
The boss of aerospace group EADS has been trying to convince German lawmakers that they should back its planned merger with British defence firm
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is playing his cards close to his chest. While in New York, visiting the UN, he did not announce anything
Bulgaria’s delayed entry into Schengen, the country’s energy dependency on Russia and its efforts to counter the economic crisis – Prime minister
The single biggest protest since Greece’s coalition government took power in June has paralysed Athens with the numbers demonstrating on the streets
Protesters clashed with police in Madrid on Tuesday night as the government were preparing a new round of austerity measures.
Around 1,500 police
An international team from Russia’s North-Eastern Federal University have found the well-preserved remains of a prehistoric woolly mammoth.
K-Pop is short for Korean pop music, and it is rapidly gaining popularity around the world as social media networks make it easy for South Korean
Japanese carmakers has said they are cutting back production in China, anticipating lower sales.
That followed widespread anti-Japan protests over
Syria’s capital Damascus has been rocked by twin bomb attacks.
The rebel Free Syrian Army has claimed responsibility for the blasts which occurred