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The gas plant crisis may be over at In Amenas, but in the nearby town that relies on the plant for jobs and without which there would be no local
A man jumped out of the crowd at a televised conference in Bulgaria on Saturday and pointed a gun at the head of the leader of Bulgaria’s ethnic
Icy rain made skating rinks of French roads on Saturday, with six people killed in accidents across the country. Three of those who died were
Spain is being battered by high winds and torrential rain as an exceptionally deep depression crosses the country. It has already killed two people
Air travellers are feeling the worst of the wintry weather that has struck Europe, and all travel, especially on the roads, is proving risky in
Christophe Innerhofer received a welcome boost ahead of next month’s world championships by winning the classic Wengen Downhill in Switzerland on
After a four day stand-off with al-Qaeda linked militants, Algerian special forces have stormed the desert gas facility where several people were
Ukraine’s state prosecutor has hit jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko with another accusation, and this time it is murder.
Protesters targeted the Madrid headquarters of the ruling People’s Party on Saturday night, over new revelations about a former party treasurer
A man armed with a gas gun got on the stage while Movements for Rights and Freedoms leader Ahmed Dogan was delivering a speech at the VIII National
Jan Matura has claimed his first ever podium finish and win on his 169th start at the Japanese resort of Sapporo.
The 32-year-old’s results have
Lindsey Vonn is back on form after her self-imposed Christmas break.
She may have struggled a bit on her return last week in St Anton, but the
Algerian special forces have killed 11 rebels in what is described as a final assault to retake the In Amenas gas facility.
The state news agency
As air strikes against the northern Islamists continue the French say they now have 2000 troops on the ground in Mali, and say they may eventually
Barack Obama can let his ambitions run more freely during his second term in the White House. His actions will not be limited, thinking about
Hundreds of people took to the road to escape fighting as French and Malian soldiers wrested control of the central Malian town of Diabaly from
A large and fast-moving bushfire doubled in size to about 45 thousand hectares of land, according to authorities in Victoria state.
The hostage crisis at an Algeria gas facility enters its fourth day, with more than 20 foreigners still being held captive or missing.
Francisco Lopez won the penultimate stage of this year’s Dakar Rally – a 735 kilometre ride between Copiapo and La Serena in his native
The world’s biggest car makers have been flexing their muscles – and showing off their muscle cars – in the place they call Motor City – Detroit
The hostage crisis in Algeria has highlighted once again the vulnerability of oil and gas installations across the Middle East and North
The Ukrainian chief prosecutor has accused former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko of ordering the killing of a business rival 16 years
Swedish prosecutors have cleared a cleaner of responsibility for a crash in a Stockholm suburb, in which a train ploughed past the end of the line
French police are holding two Kurdish men in connection with the murders of three activists in the French capital last week.
The victims include
As French and African forces continue to confront the Islamist rebellion in Mali, the United Nations expects as many as 700,000 people to be uprooted
Boeing has halted deliveries of the 787 Dreamliner until regulators can ensure that its lithium ore batteries are completely safe.
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The French army says it has secured Markala in Mali. The town is located between the area controlled by Islamist insurgents to the north and the
Hostages freed from the In Amenas gas plant in the Algerian desert have been been boarding buses and aircraft to make their way home.
The former treasurer of Spain’s governing Popular Party, attempting to get the Spanish to accept unprecedented austerity, has dragged his party into
The creative director of Moscow’s Bolshoi theatre is facing the possibility that he may not see properly again.
With his face almost entirely