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The clean-up continues after a magnitude five earthquake struck southwest Italy on Friday.
The quake hit close to the city of Cosenza just after
A memorial has taken place for the 130 victims of the October 2002 Dubrovka theatre siege and the rescue operation that followed.
Spain Internationals Iker Casillas and Xavi Hernández were jointly awarded the prestigious Prince of Asturias award for Sport on Friday at an elegant
The 2012 Asturias prizes have been presented to the lucky winners in Oviedo, Spain, by Queen Sophia and the Crown Prince and Princess.
Most of Florida was under a tropical storm warning on Friday as a massive hurricane crept menacingly towards the United States’ East
Ukrainian voters were treated to pop concerts in several cities on Friday, the final day of campaigning for Sunday’s parliamentary
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been accused of swindles, sleaze and sex with starlets during his two decades in politics. None
No names will appear on the Tour de France winners list between 1999 and 2005 after Cycling’s governing body, the UCI, decided not to reallocate
The latest grim Spanish jobs numbers put further pressure on the government to seek international aid.
A majority of economists say the official
A large car bomb exploded near a children’s playground in southern Damacus on Friday, as a four day ceasefire was supposed to begin.
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to four years in jail for tax fraud. The term was later reduced to one year
Belgian authorities are investigating the mysterious murder of a British oil executive in Brussels.
On October 14 Nicholas Mockford was shot in
As the election campaign draws to a close, Ukraine’s competing political parties are well aware that the world is watching. US Secretary of State
The New York Times says Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s family has accumulated huge wealth during his time in power. The paper claims partnerships
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to four years in jail for tax evasion following an investigation into the affairs
Several people have been killed in fighting across Syria within hours of a ceasefire being called to mark a holy Muslim day.
Gunfire and explosions
Better than expected, but not enough of an improvement to help Barack Obama in the closely contested race for the White House.
The father of a young Pakistani girl, who was shot in the head by the Taliban for promoting education of females, says she is recovering
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has criticised the government in Beijing after a parody video he made disappeared from Chinese websites.
It is a
A spectacular energy deal as Russian oil giant Rosneft moves to buy the joint venture TNK-BP which would make it the biggest market-listed oil
The International Euro-Arab Film Festival AMAL screened more than 30 films in the official competition of this year’s 10th edition in the Spanish
One in four Spaniards are now out of work as the unemployment rate hit a record high in the third quarter.
More are expected to lose their jobs
South Korea’s Samsung has posted a fourth straight record quarterly profit – the equivalent of 5.74 billion euros.
Strong demand for its Galaxy
The European Parliament has given its top human rights award, the Sakharov prize for Freedom of thought, to Iranian activists Nasrin Sotoudeh and
Russian opposition leader, Sergei Udaltsov has been formally charged with plotting mass disorder.
The anti-Putin activist remained defiant as he
There has been a deadly attack on a mosque in northern Afghanistan.
A suicide bomber killed at least 40 people as worshippers gathered for prayers
In latest Bond movie ‘Skyfall’ James is battered and bruised and left for dead, a man with questions; hunted by his own side, and as always
The US presidential campaign is set to be the most expensive in history.
Both candidates are on their way to raising a billion dollars (over 773
In the United States, university students graduate with an average of 25,000 dollars of debt.
Today, half of those graduates are either unemployed