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Islamist cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri is on his way to the United States after losing an eight-year legal battle to remain in the UK.
Two British former students who described themselves as crippled with debts a year ago say they are back in the black after selling their faces to
Twelve thousand workers in Rustenburg South Africa were told on Friday they are without a job. The miners have been fired by the world’s largest
A group of Americans have defied warnings over safety to travel to Pakistan and join a march protesting against US drone strikes.
It is to start in
Everybody is watching Spain now, waiting for the country to seek financial help from the EU. But will Madrid really ask for a full bailout? And how
An informal choir of more than 1,600 people have set a new world record in the Beatles’ home city of Liverpool on the 50th anniversary of the release
Riot police have clashed with angry students in at least three Italian cities as the effects of deep cuts to the education budget are
У Дніпропетровську з’явилося друге “сонце”.
Арт-об’єкт «Дніпропетровський світанок» прикрашатиме новий металургійний комплекс, який відмовився від
Is Venezuela ready to move on from Chavez? He has been in power for 14 years, and would be happy to stay there. A referendum in 2009 removed the
At the High Court in London supporters of three elderly Kenyans celebrated after a ruling which says they can sue Britain.
The Kenyans were
In Russia an 11-year-old boy has uncovered the remains of a mammoth while out walking his dog near a remote weather station.
The discovery included
An infected steroid solution used for injections to relieve back pain in the United States is suspected of causing an outbreak of meningitis which
The ex-papal-butler Paolo Gabriele, accused of stealing and leaking copies of Vatican documents, for six years dressed his employer around dawn and
Islamist cleric, Abu Hamza al-Masri will be extradited to the United States,“as quickly as possible” according to the Home Office.
There has been some potentially good news for Barack Obama’s re-election bid. The US jobless rate has fallen surprisingly to a near four-year low of
Juventus coach Antonio Conte has had his ten month suspension reduced to four after winning an appeal at the Italy’s National Court of Arbitration
The eurozone crisis may be daily front-page news in Europe, but what about on the other side of the Atlantic? Do Americans gloat over the EU’s
Syrian rebels have shot down a military helicopter east of the capital Damascus, according to British based observers.
The new attack comes hours
Radical Islamist cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri can be extradited from the UK to the United States where he faces terrorism charges.
The decision ends a
The Greek prime minister says Greece will run out of money by the end of next month if it does not receive the next installment of its bail-out
Cuban dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez has been arrested in Bayamo, eastern Cuba. The news has been posted on social networking sites and confirmed by
Ferrari president Luca Cordero di Montezemolo was in Paris for the World Automobile Fair.
Euronews spoke to him about the state of the car
Egypt after the Arab Spring is facing many challenges and uncertainties. Some of the loudest voices calling for change are coming from teachers and
British singer-songwriter Mika is back with a brand new album, The Origin Of Love, which includes the single Celebrate, written by Mika and American
The exhibition “Impressionism and Fashion” at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris examines how clothes were portrayed in paintings and drawings in the second
How do you like your honey? In northern France beekeepers can serve you up a jar in a variety of shades of blue and green.
They have not been
President Obama may be rubbing his hands together this Friday after the US jobless rate fell to 7.8 percent, its lowest level since January 2009
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned Damascus that testing his government would be “a fatal mistake”.
The strong rebuke follows