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The son-in-law of Spain’s King Juan Carlos has been ordered to post more than eight million euros in bail as part of an ongoing corruption probe.
The head of Syria’s main opposition coalition says he is ready to sit down with representatives of President Bashar al-Assad.
Mouaz Alkhatib, in an
The US economy unexpectedly contracted in the fourth quarter of last year.
But the experts say don’t panic – as consumer spending and business
Seven people have been killed in an explosion at a factory in Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey.
Another 13 were injured in the blast, suspected to
Sales of contraceptive and acne treatment pill Diane 35 are being suspended in France.
The country’s health regulator ANSM has taken the decision
A Colombian priest has been arrested in Moscow for drug smuggling.
Anti-narcotic officers say they detained Fabio Ricardo Rodriguez at
The former US congresswoman, critically injured in a mass shooting two years ago, has told Congress to be “bold” and “courageous” in tackling gun
With his country in crisis, Egypt’s President Mohamed Mursi has visited Germany eager to convince Chancellor Angela Merkel of his commitment to
Spain’s economy sank deeper into recession at the end of last year.
Between October and December GDP shrank 0.7 percent from the previous quarter
Europe’s railways could be set for a shake-up if plans to increase competition on the continent’s networks are accepted by EU leaders and MEPs.
The deal closed fast. John Kerry is known as a man of compromise. Even the Republicans would give him that, as the majority of them showed when they
Former colonial power France intervened militarily in Mali on 11 January to stop Islamist fighters from taking over any more of it. France was the
Money pledged for aid for the Syria crisis has exceeded the UN’s target, after a fundraising conference in Kuwait.
One and a half billion
Greek police arrested up to 30 protesters on Wednesday as clashes broke out around the Labour ministry in Athens.
Officials said those detained
The World Anti-Doping Agency has accused the International Cycling Union of being “deceitful” for claiming both would be working together on a truth
Fiat’s latest results showed a reduction in losses in Europe in the fourth quarter, as it unveiled a greater emphasis on the recession-proof luxury
Israel has declined to comment on reports that its army launched an attack in the Syrian border area on Wednesday night.
Lebanese security sources
It is third time lucky for South Korea where a rocket has been successfully launched after two previous failures. In addition, the launch was also
The first exhibition to grace the newly opened Ayyam Gallery in London is “Shooting the Cloud” by acclaimed Lebanese artist Nadim Karam.
J-Lo is back on the silver screen in Taylor Hackford’s thriller ‘Parker’.
The Oscar-winning director has tackled a number of genres over the past
French forces say they have entered the northern Malian town of Kidal after taking over the airport.
There are no signs of Islamists and two
The US economy unexpectedly contracted in the fourth quarter of last year as businesses scaled back on restocking and government spending
From its spooky gulags to its underground subways, North Korea’s morphology, geography and road network is now visible to all on the Google Maps
Gambling on survival, Research In Motion has launched its much-delayed new Blackberry 10 mobiles.
The Canadian company once had a huge following
Imagine that you’re a police officer in the midst of a riot. While you may be able to apprehend the offenders closest to you, you can see plenty of
There is no chance a Neanderthal is going to move in next door anytime soon, despite frenzied media speculation about the viability of cloning
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi has arrived in Germany for meetings with Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.
The trip is an opportunity for Mursi
Flooding in three southern states of Mozambique has killed at least 40 people, with several reports of a death toll of up to 70.
Royal Dutch Shell has been ordered to pay unspecified damages to one farmer in Nigeria for loss of income.
The ruling comes after a court at the
To fight against pollution, as well as loud engines, car manufacturers have been working for several years on hybrid cars, cars that switch between