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Ukraine’s President Yanukovich has hinted that Kiev might be ready to compromise in its long-running dispute with Moscow over gas imports.
Dozens of Tunisian students gathered outside the Education ministry in Tunis have become the latest to perform the dance craze “Harlem Shake” which
FIFA President Sepp Blatter said on Friday his organisation would have looked “foolish” had it failed to introduce goal-line technology ahead of the
The United States is heading for deep automatic spending cuts after Democrat and Republican leaders failed to break the deadlock over finding an
Tension was was in the air as the US’s new Secretary of State John Kerry met Turkey’s Foreign Minister on the American diplomat’s first official trip
Eight South African police officers have been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a taxi driver who was dragged behind a police
Italy’s election outcome rattled the markets. Political uncertainty in one of Europe’s biggest economies scared the entire monetary union.
Eurozone finance ministers are set for fresh talks on a bailout for Cyprus.
They will start on Monday at a Eurogroup meeting and a senior eurozone
Sede vacante, vacant seat. No one is sitting on the throne of the Bishop of Rome, lately Pope Benedict XVI, who has retired. His successor will have
Who will be the next Pope to enter the now locked papal apartments?
The Catholic Church is temporarily leaderless following Benedict XVI’s
Authorities say thousands of farms in northern Germany have been supplied with corn feed contaminated by a highly toxic substance.
Aflatoxin B1 is
The leader of North Korea is an “awesome guy”, according to former NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman. The athlete, known for his tattoos, body
China has executed four foreigners convicted of murdering 13 Chinese fishermen on the Mekong river in 2011.
The men were paraded live on state
There have been violent protests in the Indian capital New Delhi after a seven-year old girl was sexually assaulted at school.
Police used batons
Greenpeace has criticised the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) assessment of radioactive risks around Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant.
Violence in schools is a fact of life for many people around the world.
Harassment, intimidation, cyber-bullying, threats, assaults – they all
The eurozone’s debt crisis continues to take its toll on jobs
Unemployment in the currency bloc rose to an all-time high at the start of this
Britain’s biggest high-street bank Lloyds says it has set aside the equivalent of another 1.75 billion euros to compensate customers who were wrongly
The political uncertainty may be the consuming interest for most Italians, but for Silvio Berlusconi judicial matters keep cropping up.
Retail sales in Germany grew in January at the fastest monthly rate in more than six years.
Adjusted for inflation and seasonal factors, they were
Manish Arora has shown his new collection at Paris Fashion Week. It was inspired by a trip to Nevada: “The first thing when I came back that
Mark Wahlberg stars in cop drama ‘Broken City’.
He says he was attracted to the film because of the complicated plot and the lead role’s flawed
Groupon has dumped its chief executive and co-founder Andrew Mason.
In an unusually candid post-firing letter, Mason – known for this quirky sense
Protesters have blocked construction crews from demolishing one of the few remaining stretches of the infamous Berlin Wall.
The famed open-air East
The political stalemate continues in Italy following inconclusive parliamentary elections. Democratic Party leader Pier Luigi Bersani, has ruled out
South Africa has suspended eight police officers over the death of a taxi driver who was tied to the back of a truck and dragged through the streets
A special tribunal in Bangladesh has sentenced an Islamic party leader to death for crimes committed during the nation’s 1971 war for independence
Beijing has been enveloped by thick smog and a sandstorm. Among the places covered with dust was Tiananmen Square, where the National People’s