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Syria’s civil war could engulf the whole of the Middle East, the UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi said on Wednesday.
The former UN diplomat
Hundreds of Roma have marched in eastern Hungary in a rare public protest against discrimination.
Angry at a planned rally by the far right against
Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed over taxes and economic policies in Tuesday’s presidential debate.
Southern Europe tightens its belt, and Danone pays the price as its shares fall.
Quarterly sales from the world’s biggest yoghurt maker
Cambodia has become one of the world’s hubs for human trafficking -a hell on earth where one survivor stands tall.
The residents of a foster home
A French auction house has sold a pair of slippers once belonging to French Queen, Marie Antoinette, for 62,460 euros including auction fees.
Doctors, lawyers and journalists were among those who went on strike in Greece, on the eve of a national day of action against the latest bout of
Much of the discussion at the upcoming EU summit will focus on an interim report on strengthening economic and monetary union.
As heads of state
Germany has cut its economic growth forecast in as the country finally starts to feel the effects of the eurozone credit crisis.
Going down again. US boat Oracle the current holder of the America’s Cup, has suffered a second expensive sinking.
The racer went down in San
The French comic book heros are back; this time in 3D. Asterix and Obelix: God Save Britannia is the fouth installment in the franchise and sees
The number of Britons claiming jobless benefit unexpectedly fell last month.
The total count of people in work also rose in the three months up to
The new face of Chanel No. 5, Brad Pitt, was at the opening of an exhibition in London of photographs of celebrities wearing the luxury label’s
Thousands of students protested against education cuts on Wednesday.
On the second day of a three-day secondary school strike, University students
An investigation into Muammar Gaddafi’s violent death last year has challenged the version of events given by Libya’s new rulers.
Astronomers have discovered a new planet outside our Solar System.
It orbits one of the Alpha Centauri stars just four light years away.
The body of Cambodia’s late King Norodom Sihanouk has been welcomed by hundreds of thousands of mourners in his homeland’s capital.
A new power plant in Romania has been inaugurated by Prime Minister Victor Ponta.
Ponta attended the ceremony with EU Energy Commissioner Gunther
Former EU Health Commissioner John Dalli denies corruption allegations and says he resigned under pressure from European Commission President Jose
The long running TNK-BP saga could be coming to an end.
Reportedly the consortium of Russian billionaires that owns half of the oil company with
Criminals are crossing borders to escape prosecution. International crime is a growing challenge for police across the European Union. Is criminal
Internationally renowned British artist, Damien Hirst, has donated his latest work to the North Devon town of Ilfracombe, on 20-year-loan.
A UN report says a rebellion in the Democratic Republic of Congo is being commanded by Rwanda’s defence minister.
The Security Council’s Group of
As Ukraine’s legislative election nears, the temperature of the campaign is warming up.
In the heavy industry hub of Donbass, in South-Eastern
The expression ‘filthy rich’ takes on a whole new meaning in the light of a study into germs and dirt found on many of our bankcards and
Telecoms group TeliaSonera is shedding 2,000 jobs – seven percent of its workforce.
It is part of a plan designed to cut costs by the equivalent of
France’s Credit Agricole says it will take a two billion euro hit on the sale of its loss-making Greek banking arm Emporiki.
Rival Greek lender
Russian opposition leader Sergei Udaltsov has was led away by police on Wednesday morning, as authorities began criminal proceedings against him, and
The US presidential election has been a tight horserace, with Mr. Obama and Mr. Romney slugging it out over each new set of economic results.