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Barack Obama has been visiting some of the areas worst affected by superstorm Sandy.
More than 120 people were killed when Sandy slammed ashore
Spain is to introduce measures to help the most needy families from being evicted.
It follows a growing protests over the problem which is blamed
Once again the Israeli-Hamas conflict has erupted into violence and the bloodshed looks set to climb over the coming days.
As rockets continue to
In Gaza City, they buried the man whose killing started this latest round of bloodshed, the body of the Hamas military leader Ahmed al-Jaabari
In it’s autumn balance sheet, the European Commissioner for Energy gave member states a dressing down and pressed them to make the internal energy
Investors are disappointed with clothing giant H&M’s October sales, which were unexpectedly low.
Sales took a 5% hit compared to October last
Day two of the Gaza conflict, and Israeli warplanes continued to strike targets in and around Gaza City.
Plumes of smoke and dust snaked into a sky
Improving education goes hand in hand with innovative new ideas.
That was the challenge for delegates attending the Qatar Foundation’s World
A new line-up of top leaders replaces the old guard in China. How will the single-party system hold up under increasing challenges?
For the past three years, the WISE summit in Doha grants awards to six innovative educational projects from all over the world.
Amongst this year’s
With Palestinian militant rockets continuing to rain down on Israel, Israel’s army is making no secret of the fact it is preparing to take tougher
Spain’s Dani Sordo will return to Citroen for the 2013 World Rally Championship season after two years with the Provide-run Mini team.
Social networks, online marketing and mobile technologies were all the buzz at the Electronic Business Group (EBG) event in Paris on Wednesday
Russia and Bulgaria have signed a deal to build the Bulgarian section of the SouthStream pipeline project, bringing Russian gas to Europe under the
Eighteen years ago Britain became less of an island when just hopping on a train in London sped you to the heart of Paris, Lille or Brussels in just
BP has pleaded guilty to criminal misconduct, including 11 felony charges and will pay a record US criminal penalty of 4.5 billion dollars after a
The winner of one of the biggest awards in international education, Madhav Chavan has helped provide lessons for millions of impoverished children in
Peter Greenaway is back with a new concoction of beautiful costumes in a historical background and a plot centring on sex.
Set in 1590 it tells the
The Afghan National Police – the ANP – can count on EU training until coalition troops withdraw in December 2014 – an extension of 18
Qalandiya, the first ever Palestinian Contemporary Art Biennale has been held in Ramallah. One of the most popular displays was a pop art-inspired
Authorities in Myanmar have released hundreds of prisoners as a goodwill gesture ahead of Barack Obama’s historic visit next week.
Anti-German feeling in Greece got personal in Thessaloniki when the German consul came under attack from Greek workers.
They threw bottles of water
It may be looked down on by many wine experts but every year Beaujolais Nouveau still gets the world’s tills ringing.
This year’s annual tapping
Europe has entered a double-dip recession says Eurostat, with the eurozone’s economic output shrinking by a further tenth of one percent after Q2’s
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has spoken of his determination to bring an end to Hamas’ attacks.
“In the past 24 hours Israel has made
Fast access to disaster areas is vital. But often first responders, firefighters and medical teams have difficulty getting into damaged buildings and
Developing countries could save more than 8.5 billion euros a year if family planning was made available to everyone, according to the United Nations
Interview with Maestro Antonio Pappano.
The French prime minister has said the murder of a leading Corsican businessman was the work of the mafia.
Jacques Nacer was shot dead in his own