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The funeral of another two victims from Friday’s massacre have taken place in Connecticut. Six year olds, James Mattioli and Jessica Rekos were laid
US President Barack Obama has given his backing to efforts to reinstate an assault weapons ban.
Restrictions on ownership of such guns expired in
A new wave of demonstrations are gathering pace in Egypt against an Islamist-backed draft constitution that has divided the nation. It looks set to
According to a mix of ancient Mayan myth and modern-day internet rumour, Bugarach in southern France will be one of the only place to be saved when
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has become the first monarch in more than two centuries to attend a cabinet meeting.
The Queen joined Prime Minister
South African President Jacob Zuma has been reelected as leader of ruling party, the African National Congress. This permits him to be the head of
Will new concessions by American company UPS overcome European objections to its proposed takeover of Dutch rival TNT Express? Investors certainly
Another 18 people have died due to extremely cold weather in Ukraine, taking the death toll to 37 since the beginning of December.
The EU is donating the money from its Nobel Peace Prize to thousands of young victims of war.
More than one million euros of EU cash will be added
The people of Greece end the year under foreign guardianship and with tax reforms imminent. It has been their fifth consecutive year of recession
EU fisheries ministers met in Brussels on Tuesday with the aim of agreeing on fishing quotas for next year.
The European Commission wants to slash
Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines is to buy at least 75 Airbus A 320 and A321 medium-haul planes.
The Istanbul-based budget carrier also has options for a
Determined to see the world end this year, it seems the whole planet is waiting with bated breath for December 21, the day the truth will – or will
The Syrian military has purportedly launched fresh air strikes in eastern Ghouta near Damascus, according to a video uploaded by activists.
Five female health workers involved in a vaccination programme to eradicate polio have been shot dead in Pakistan.
The coordinated attacks claimed
A change in the listing of top French shares as smart card maker Gemalto is set to join the CAC 40, replacing the struggling telecommunications
British singer-songwriter Charlie Simpson has set a new record for the world’s coldest gig, even though at times he was afraid it might cost him his
While Moroccan cinema has seen some progress over recent years, with regards to technology and a wider range of subjects, the continuing closure of
The clean-up begins on Fiji after the worst tropical storm in two decades wrecked homes and cut power to thousands of people.
At times, Cyclone
It is not an everyday occurrence to get a call from your editor, asking you to report the end of the world from the only village that will survive
At the polytechnic school in Lausanne, students are hooked on their latest invention; a mobile app that allows them to know in real time who is doing
Iraq’s President Jalal Talabani is in hospital after suffering a stroke.
The 79-year-old is in a “critical but stable condition” according to
Morgan Stanley has been fined the equivalent of 3.8 million euros for breaking the law over some of its involvement with Facebook’s initial public
Sweden’s central bank has cut its main interest rate by 0.25 percent to offset the impact of the eurozone’s troubles.
It is now at one percent –
The Palestinian Authority has spoken out against the decision to give the go-ahead for the building of 1,500 homes for Jewish settlers in East
A big screen adaptation of the musical version of Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables has just premiered in New York and London.
Set in 19th century
Residents of Fairfield, Connecticut have held a candlelight vigil for the 20 schoolchildren and six adults gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary
Young Syrian rebels are trained by former Syrian commando Abu Hamza, who served 12 years in the Syrian military. Training includes drilling them in
Three people have been killed after two apartment buildings collapsed in Palermo, the capital of Sicily.
Firefighters combing the rubble rescued a