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Pope Benedict has visited his jailed former butler and pardoned him for stealing and leaking sensitive Vatican documents.
Following the 15-minute
Voting in Egypt has again been extended by several hours at the end of the second, decisive round of the hotly-contested constitutional referendum
The Afghan President Hamid Karzai has blamed foreign countries for the corruption in government departments.
Speaking at a ceremony to mark
The Tunisian state is trying to claw back some of the Ben Ali family’s ill-gotten gains by selling off the bling they amassed with the people’s
Pope Benedict has pardoned the man who stole his secrets. Papal butler Paolo Gabriele has walked out of his cell in the Vatican a free man after a
Former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher is recovering after what is being described as a minimally invasive operation to remove a growth on
Italian politics are back in business ahead of Mario Monti’s announcement on Sunday about whether or not he will be a candidate for prime minister in
The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has become the second Western leader to make a surprise pre-Christmas visit to Afghanistan.
The cava has been flowing in a small town near Madrid where 130 people are celebrating winning Spain’s famous lottery El Gordo.
Many of those who
Protests in India against the horrific gang rape of a young student are intensifying following the arrest of five suspects.
The 23 year-old victim
Nearly one in six people on the planet have now seen Psy’s “Gangnam style” video on YouTube, the first clip to breach the magical one billion mark
At least two people have been killed in Argentina following rioting in several cities and looting of food and consumer goods. The government blamed
China has opened the world’s longest high-speed railway to great fanfare, cutting travel times in half between Beijing and Guangzhu. At nearly 2300
Voting is underway in the second round of Egypt’s hotly-contested constitutional referendum, with cities such as Port Said, Aswan and Suez along with
The South Sudanese army now admits it shot down in error a UN helicopter killing its four Russian crew members.
The UN says it was on a
Gun shops across America have reported a surge in sales following the Connecticut school massacre.
Even for the semi-automatic type used by the
The White House has tried to rescue stalled budget crisis talks after Thursday’s collapse of a Republican plan.
But a meeting produced little –
Clashes between Islamists and rivals which began after Friday prayers continued well into the night in Egypt’s second biggest city of
There were protests at a press conference held by the National Rifle Association. They came as the head of the NRA enraged many with the statement
Prime Minister Mario Monti’s Friday evenings drive to tender his formal resignation to the president has set Italy on a fresh political course.
End of the worlders have celebrated what fortunately turned out to be a non-event. Most of those who gathered at Bugarach in France, which tradition