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As the March 1 deadline draws closer for automatic austerity measures to be imposed on the US government, President Barack Obama has urged Congress
For decades the Irish Catholic church took in abandoned and illegitimate girls in what seemed an act of mercy.
Now a six-month government inquiry
Just after midnight on Tuesday, Tehran’s Revolutionary tribunal announced that they had arrested Saeed Mortazavi, a close aide of President Mahmoud
EU civil servants called a strike on Tuesday over calls to slash pay and conditions.
The UK, Germany and the Netherlands, want to trim the amount
Britain’s lower house of parliament has voted to back a law legalising same-sex marriage.
The draft bill passed by a 225 vote majority, despite
Personal computer maker Dell is no longer to be a publicly traded company.
The world’s third-biggest maker of PCs plans to buy back all its
Armenia’s presidential elections are to go ahead, despite the shooting of one of the candidates.
Paruyr Hayrikyan suffered a shoulder wound in the
In Italy, a man involved in the restoration of the ancient city of Pompeii has been arrested and charged with corruption. Five other people are also
The German government has refused to pay an extra one billion euros to rail company Deutche Bahn to build a major new railway project in Stuttgart
Benjamin Netanyahu is back for a third term as prime minister, but in a weaker position having lost 11 of his Likud Party’s seats in the January 22
Bulgaria has accused the Lebanese-based militant organisation Hezbollah of being behind the Burgos bus bombing last July, which killed five
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French President François Hollande fired a warning shot to the EU’s fiscal hawks on Tuesday.
He told MEPs in Strasbourg that France would stand up
It’s always a problem when you visit a country whose language you don’t understand. Denmark was one of those places, where I felt both on the margins
In this edition of Terra Viva, we are going to talk about Nordic cuisine. But not the traditional liver pate or caviar. In Scandinavia, a growing
More than 200 giant snow and ice sculptures were on display in the northern city of Sapporo, as the city kicked off its week-long annual snow
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has criticised as “very ugly” a decision by the country’s judiciary to arrest one of his close allies.
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The American agency has had
A Serbian man has been arrested in Mitrovica on suspicion of being involved in a bombing that injured two Serb children.
They were hurt during the
Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa is to step down three weeks before his five-year term was due to end.
That makes possible an earlier than
The US government says it wants five billion dollars from Standard & Poor’s.
In a law suit the Department of Justice is taking the agency to court
Impressionist master Pablo Picasso’s painting “Woman Seated by a Window” is to go under the hammer at Sotheby’s in London on February 5.
New video footage has revealed the harsh conditions that Syrian refugees are enduring within the country’s borders.
More than a million people are
Toyota has raised its annual net profit forecast by more than 10 percent.
It is now looking at the equivalent of 6.6 billion euros for the year
The eurozone’s battered economy is showing signs of recovery.
The latest surveys of thousands of the region’s companies reveal business activity
The ground breaking Van Gogh Alive exhibition has arrived in Tel Aviv. The multimedia display has brought the Dutch artist’s paintings to new
Bruce Willis is back as John McClane in A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth installment of the franchise. He travels to Russia to help his estranged
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is on the first trip of an Iranian head of state to Egypt since Iran’s 1979 revolution.
As he left the plane he was
French President François Hollande took aim at British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday ahead of this week’s EU budget talks.