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A Russian lawyer has killed five colleagues and wounded two others after going on a shooting spree in Moscow.
Russian investigatorsconfirmed that
Although Mitt Romney remains tight-lipped about his future, many predict he is preparing for the political wilderness.
He gave noclue as to his
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for an ambitious, concrete plan for closer fiscal and economic integration in the EU. In a speech at the
Tuesday’s vote in the US was about much more than the White House and Capitol Hill. Across the country Americans were called on to cast their ballot
Fierce clashes and running battles have broken out between anti-austerity protestors and police in the Greek capital on the second day of a 48-hour
Barack Obama, took to the stage in his home city of Chicago, shortly after being re-elected as the president of the United States.
The Eurozone looks set to remain in the doldrums until at least the end of next year according to the European Commission.
There is light at the
Independence from Spain and the creation of a federal model for the EU are two of the issues that the President of the autonomous government of
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s palace in Damascus was the target of rebel-fired mortars on Wednesday.
They missed but they did strike the
BNP Paribas remained resilient to the downward trend on European markets, as it was boosted by better-than expected quarterly results. The share
European markets fell despite early rises following a favourable response to the re-election of President Obama.
As the day wore on they began to
Obama has only talked in broad terms about how he plans to go about the second half of the eight years through which American voters have chosen him
France has approved a draft bill to allow same-sex marriages.
The proposal would give gay couples the right to adopt children but not access to
A strong earthquake off the coast of Guatemala on Wednesday shook buildings in Guatemala City and San Salvador and was felt as far away as Mexico
Newspaper sellers in New York were doing good business today. The headlines said it all: “Obama’s night”, “Obama Triumphs” and “Barack for More.” It
Bulgarian archaeologists led by Professor Vasil Nikolov from the National Archaeology Institute and Museum claim to have discovered Europe’s oldest
In stark contrast to the US election hullabaloo, delegates have been arriving quietly for China’s Communist Party Congress in Beijing.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on fellow European leaders on Wednesday to agree an ambitious, concrete plan for closer fiscal and economic
Disney star Debby Ryan is the voice of one of the winter fairies in the new animated film “Secret of the Wings”. In the movie Tinker Bell voiced by
“American Pie” actor Jason Biggs stars in new film “Grassroots,” which tells the true story of an out-of-work journalist, Phil Campbell, who gets
Christie’s is offering rare, highly sought-after art from Andy Warhol including his 1966 canvas of a leather-clad Marlon Brando on a motorcycle and
After the jubilation across Europe at Barack Obama’s victory, it would be simple to sit back and relax. After all, we know what we’re getting. Better
Around 330 people had to be evaccuated from a North Sea oil rig, off the coast of Norway, after it began tilting because of a leak.
A crocodile which escaped from a zoo in Gaza 18 months ago has been captured.
The croc was spotted in sewage pools in the northern Gaza strip a few
France’s top literary prize, the Goncourt, has been won by a Philosophy teacher, with a novel set in crime-ridden Corsica.
‘The Sermon on the Fall
Greenpeace has delivered a warning to Brussels on the use of new GM crops.
The organisation gathered outside the European Commission to oppose the
Europeans have given their views on Barack Obama’s defeat of Mitt Romney.
A recent YouGov poll that surveyed six difference countries found that 90
At the American embassy in Paris there has been much celebrating after President Barack Obama won his second term as president of the United
The biggest Dutch financial-services company ING is to shed 2,350 jobs in its banking and insurance units after seeing a 64 percent drop in third