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A mural by graffiti artist Banksy, that was removed from a London wall in mysterious circumstances last week, has been withdrawn from an auction in
Snow fell on the streets of Modena in northern Italy on February 23, a day ahead of general elections.
Student Alessandra Bruzzese said bad weather
In 2012, Jorge Lorenzo became the Moto GP World Champion for the second time. The 25 year old Spanish rider had consistent good results and in the
Tens of thousands of protesters across Spain have been rallying against the government’s austerity measures. In the capital Madrid, and cities all
The Vatican has criticised the media for publishing what it calls “slanderous” reports since Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation, due to take
Champion paralympian Oscar Pistorius has begun his life on bail, staying at his uncle’s house in Pretoria, South Africa.
The track star is due to
Actor Gérard Dépardieu has registered as a resident of Saransk, in the central Russian region of Mordovia.
He has already threatened to give up
Italy’s Christof Innerhofer kept his composure to claim his third win of the alpine skiing World Cup season in the downhill at Garmisch-Partenkirchen
French President François Hollande has called for greater traceability for the meat used in ready-made meals.
Hollande made the comments as he
In Alpine Skiing Carolina Ruiz Castillo shocked the field earning her first ever World Cup victory on Saturday in Meribel, France.
Germany and the Netherlands insist that the Patriot missile batteries they have sent to Turkey are for defence purposes only.
On what used to be called Day of the Army and Navy or Red Army Day during the Soviet-era, thousands of Russians rallied to support the country’s
Italians are preparing to head to the polls on February 24-25 in a parliamentary election that is too close to call.
The campaign has been full of
The King of Spain’s son-in-law is being questioned in court on the island of Mallorca in connection with a multi-million euro corruption
Thirteen soldiers from Chad have died while fighting in northern Mali.
It is the largest death toll on side of the French and African troops
US authorities say six underground storage tanks at the Hanford nuclear site in the western Washington state have been leaking radioactive waste
Around 90 inmates in Brazil have taken over their high security prison. A teacher and prison officer have been taken hostage although neither are
A French soldier killed in Mali has been posthumously awarded the Legion of Honour, France’s top military medal at the Invalides war memorial in
Cuba’s President Raul Castro has joked to reporters that he is planning his retirement. The 81-year old, who succeeded his elder brother Fidel was
The UK has lost its triple AAA credit-rating for the first time ever after ratings agency Moody’s decided on a downgrade.
Demoting Britain by one
It had already won the Palme d’Or at Cannes, a Golden Globe and several other awards internationally – now the French-language film “Amour” has taken
Campaigning has ended in Italy ahead of the country’s general election on Sunday and Monday, with the outcome described as too close to call and
Hundreds of Egyptians have demonstrated outside the High Court in Cairo, demanding the departure of President Mursi’s newly-appointed Attorney