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Other than bankers, judges are probably the last people you’d expect to see protesting. But in Morocco a group of magistrates organised a sit-in
French police have shot dead a suspected Islamist militant who they allege was behind last month’s attack on a Jewish supermarket in Paris.
Police in Italy have arrested the last fugitive boss of one of the country’s most notorious crime syndicates.
Massimo Di Caterino of the Casalesi
Former Algerian president Chadli Bendjedid has died.
The 83-year-old ran the country for 13 years from 1979 before being forced from power by the
South African miners have called on Anglo American Platinum to reverse a decision to fire 12,000 workers who took part in wildcat strikes.
Turkey and Syria swapped some of their most violent cross-border exchanges on Saturday a day after Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan warned
French police shot dead a man during an early morning anti-terrorism raid in the eastern city of Strasbourg on Saturday.
Three officers were
An anti-crime squad in the southern French city of Marseille has been shut-down due to alleged widespread corruption.
Interior Minister Manuel
Pope Benedict’s former butler will serve his 18 month sentence under house arrest as he awaits a possible papal pardon, according to his
Radical Islamist cleric, Abu Hamza, arrived in New York on Saturday where he is expected to appear in a US court on terrorism charges within 24
President Cavalco Silva raised the Portuguese flag upside down on the country’s national day- Friday 5th October. A symbolic error for a government
To mark the 50th anniversary of 007’s first screen appearance, Christie’s of London held an auction of James Bond memorabilia.
Roger Moore, who
At least five people, including two photographers, were lightly wounded in clashes at Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque on Friday (October 5).
Increased activity has been reported at the Mount Etna volcano since Wednesday October the 3rd, but there is sign of an eruption any time soon
A student in Ukraine has been given a three-year suspended prison sentence for frying eggs over the eternal flame at a World War Two
British police investigating a missing five year-old have arrested a man on suspicion of murder. April Jones’s disappearance has gripped the country
Catering giant Sodexo is to compensate the victims of Germany’s biggest ever outbreak of food poisoning. More than 11,000 school children were
Pakistani politician, Imran Khan, is leading a “peace march” into the dangerous FATA region of the country this weekend, in protest against US drone
Fighting terrorism and lawlessness as well as immigration are dominating the agenda at a two day summit in Malta.
Leaders from five European and
Turkish military have again returned fire after another Syrian shell reportedly slammed into its territory.
The fresh exchange comes two days
Celebrations to mark Portugal’s Republic Day took on an extra symbolic relevance when President Cavaco Silva unknowingly raised the country’s flag
President Obama has hailed a surprise fall in the US unemployment rate to the lowest level since he took office.
It has given his re-election
Judges in the trial of papal butler Paolo Gabriele are due to reach their verdict today.
If found guilty he faces a possible four-year prison