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Europe’s Kurdish communities are grieving as one. The three women who had ties to the Kurdish PKK rebel movement and were found with gunshot wounds
US President Obama and his Afghan counterpart Hamid Karzai have held meetings in Washington to discuss the conditions of the American withdrawal from
Legal freedom to marry is far from globally guaranteed, including in Europe. France for instance, is years behind others in the debate. We’ll focus
The seventh stage of the Dakar Rally began with competitors mourning the death of French rider Thomas Bourgin who was killed earlier in the day after
Slovenia won their first ever team ski jumping world cup event on Friday after leaping to the top of the podium in Zakopane, Poland.
In the second
Late British television presenter Jimmy Savile sexually abused hundreds of children over a period of 54 years, according to a report published by
Hundreds flocked to the Kurdish Information Centre in the French capital to mourn the deaths of three activists, including Sakine Cansiz the
Many Europeans suffering economic hard times have been waiting anxiously for the winter sales, to finally see prices fall to levels they can afford
The French President François Hollande says French troops in Mali are helping the government fight an armed rebellion, which is sweeping the
The beginning of a new year is a time for making plans for the future and reaching conclusions about the year just past.
Syrian rebels have taken control of a strategic airbase in Idlib province in the north of the country.
Anti-Assad fighters claim the Free Syrian
It is a dream which is losing its appeal. US aviation regulators have announced they will launch a review of Boeing’s 787 passenger jet following a
After two days of talks, French employers and unions still seemed far away from agreeing on changes to the country’s labour laws, to make it more
Authorities in California have discovered 34 kilos of marijuana despite the stash being guarded by a 1.5-metre long alligator. Sheriff’s deputies in
Dakar Rally competitor Thomas Bourgin of France died on Friday after colliding with a Chilean police car whilst making his way to the start of the
Festival favourite Wong Kar Wai is back with his long-awaited Kung Fu epic ‘The Grandmaster’.
The fruit of eight years’ labour, it was selected as
Claude Nobs, the founder of the Montreaux jazz festival, has died at the age of 76.
He had spent several weeks in a coma following a skiing
Is there ever a silver lining when tragedy strikes? Sometimes there are useful lessons to be learned from listening to people’s experiences. We look
Blockbusters, independent movies and European arthouse cinema make this year’s Oscar shortlist quite eclectic.
Steven Spielberg’s critically
Jack Lew may have persuaded Barack Obama that he is the man for the very serious top job at the US treasury, but his handwriting has become the butt
A dozen orcas, trapped under ice and facing death on Canada’s frozen Hudson Bay since Tuesday, have escaped.
The whales gathered round a hole in
Soft car sales in Europe have claimed more victims.
Japan’s Honda is to cut around 800 jobs at its plant near Swindon in southwest England.
Germany’s economy shrank at the end of last year as export demand from the rest of Europe weakened.
Factories in the region’s largest economy
Credit card company American Express is to cut about 5,400 jobs – that is around 8.5 percent of its workforce.
The layoffs are part of
France appears to have taken a step closer to military intervention in Mali.
Following rebel consolidation of power in the north, its troops are on
The bodywork of the latest models on display at the Brussels Auto Show has caused a storm in Belgian politics.
The country’s Minister of Equal
London’s latest landmark, The Shard, is due to open to the public next month from where it will offer unprecedented views of the UK capital.
Voting is underway in the Czech Republic in the first round of voting for the country’s next president.
With nine candidates in the running the
In what appears to be stunning news for Angela Merkel opinion polls in Germany suggest support for her Social Democrat rival in the autumn general