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The prayers of Oscar Pistorius’ family appear to have been heard as a South African court released him on bail.
The Olympic and Paralympic star was
US President Barack Obama has met with Japan’s new Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the White House for a round of talks designed to reaffirm their
Ukrainian opposition parties ended their blockade of parliament after nearly three weeks. The protesters had been taking a stand against proxy voting
Tunisia’s Interior Minister Ali Larayedh has been asked by the president to form a government within two weeks.
He has been formally nominated to
Only a few weeks ago, EU officials were patting each other on the back and declaring that the euro crisis is over.
Now the European Commission’s
Milan’s main share index was very volatile during Monday’s trading. At one stage it rose almost four percent and the euro made sharp gains against
Anadolu Efes have come up with a unique advertising campaign to promote their basketball team – by treating their star players to a practical joke at
At the G-20 meeting in Moscow Mario Draghi said he feels that there is too much “chatter” about currency wars, which he called “either inappropriate
Oscar Pistorius was granted bail by a South African court on Friday after his lawyers successfully argued he was not a flight risk. The man known
Germany’s President Joachim Gauck is insisting that the rest of the European Union has nothing to fear from Berlin’s economic dominance. Gauck says
The German wrestling association reacted with shock on Thursday to the International Olympic Committee’s decision to drop the sport from the Olympic
There was mixed news from Air France-KLM as it trimmed its operating losses last year. It did that by booking more passengers in its planes and it
Pope Benedict XVI is retiring from the leadership of the Catholic Church. Long ago popes took refuge in the Castel Sant’Angelo when they were under
Italians go to the polls this weekend in a long-awaited election; robbers pull off a spectacular diamond heist at Brussels airport, and Belgium’s
Champion paralympian Oscar Pistorius has been granted bail while he waits to face trial for the murder of his girlfriend – model Reeva Steenkamp.
The Best Foreign Language Oscar can propel the winner into the big international league, and is highly desired.
Michael Hanecke’s “Amour” is
Yoko Ono threw some voguish shapes for the photographers at the opening at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt, Germany, which is presenting a
Berlusconi’s main ally in Italy’s upcoming elections, Roberto Maroni, is running in the Lombardy regional elections. He founded the Northern League
Russian lawmakers have urged the U.S. Congress to help return a Russian boy living with a Texas family, after the death of his three-year-old brother
The casualty figures coming out of Syria are constantly alarming. But life for those left behind is also tragic in Jabal Bedro, a district of the
There is no chance of a return to economic growth in the eurozone until next year.
That was the latest gloomy forecast from the European
Violent thunderstorms and torrential rains have caused chaos across southern Europe.
In Italy, much of the Sicilian city of Catania was turned into
Indian authorities are investigating a dual bomb attack that killed at least 16 people in the southern city of Hyderabad.
On a visit to the blast
Until a few years ago, violence against women in Sweden was almost a hidden subject even in a country often rated number one when it comes to gender
As Iberia passengers face disruption caused by a fifth day of strike action, the Spanish government says the airline and unions have agreed to bring
Supporters of English Premier League team Tottenham Hotspurs descended on the UNESCO World Heritage site of Lyon’s Old Town on Thursday. Some Spurs
The Taipei lantern festival is underway in Taiwan. More than 50 huge lanterns are on display for 11 days, most of them are made by local student
In Brussels, around 30,000 workers protested on Thursday against austerity measures planned by the Belgian government.
This edition of Business Planet takes us to Timisoara, one of Romania’s three major economic hubs, a very dynamic region virtually devoid of