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The stakes are high for Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, as his home region of Galicia holds a municipal election.
The region is normally a
Palestinians are voting in the West Bank in long-delayed elections highlighting deep divisions in the Israeli-occupied territory. The powerful
The deadly carbomb that tore into the centre of Christian East Beirut on Friday may not, as first thought, be an attack on the whole community, and
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi appeared in court on Friday to deny having sex with an underage prostitute.
The 76-year-old playboy
Ukraine is seeking to build self-confidence in its relationship with Europe. It hopes its October 28 elections will improve its prospects, if they
Over a hundred travellers and protesters clashed with police as they tried to storm a government building in London.
They were marking a year after
There are no signs that either Syria or the anti-government rebels are ready to heed a ceasefire, which is being encouraged by Turkey.
The latest economic figures from the US have confirmed that the world’s biggest economy is on the path to recovery.
Unemployment dropped below
Struggling French retail giant Carrefour is selling its stores in Colombia for two billion euros.
It is part of a major restructuring under its
European leaders have agreed a deal on a banking union.
France and the European Commission arrived at the summit keen to run ahead with a new
The Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban for campaigning for girls’ education has managed to stand for the first time since the attack.
The pain continued for Google on Friday after its shares went into freefall in the previous session and a number brokerages cut their price
The autonomous northern Basque region in Spain votes to elect a new government on Sunday, one year after the armed separatist group ETA renounced
With France’s economy in the doldrums, the country’s Industry Minister, Arnaud Montebourg, has turned himself into a poster-boy for French products
A new report says Ukrainian government subsidies make gas so cheap in the country that it is an invitation to waste energy.
Eurozone leaders have agreed there will be a single supervisor responsible for overseeing the region’s banks from next year, but the details of how
By our cartoonist Etienne Barthomeuf
Eight people were killed by a massive roadside bomb in the centre of the Christian half of Beirut.
At thirty years old Philippe Gilbert is considered one of the best professional cyclists in the peloton.
In 2011 the classic and one day specialist
Eleven people were confirmed dead and more than 20 were missing after a mudslide ripped through a town in the Peruvian jungle on October 17. Rescue
Eastern Beirut has been shaken by a car bomb in the heart of its mainly Christian community.
At least eight people were killed died and around 80
Dustin Hoffman has made his directorial debut at the tender age of 75 with “Quartet,” a film that features an all-star British cast.
Set in the
Yan Wagner is a Franco-American musician who began performing in New York in 2008 while researching a PHD into the history of nightclubs.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney poked gentle but sharp fun at themselves and each other for a charitable cause on October 18. It took place at the
Turkey has repeated its call for a ceasefire in Syria during the Eid religious festival, which begins on Friday for Muslims worldwide.
The EU summit has broken up supposedly after laying the foundations for banking union, but in fact behind the scenes it appears little has been
European leaders have gathered for day two of their summit in Brussels after a marathon session that ended up with a big step towards banking union
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has attended a hearing at a court in Milan investigating allegations he paid for sex with an underage
The Boy Scouts of America have been forced by an Oregon court to release thousands of files detailing allegations and admissions of paedophilia in