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Another al Qaeda commander may have been killed in Mali.
This time it is believed the dead militant is Mokhtar Belmokhtar.
Soldiers from Chad
Thousands of Portuguese have turned out to protest against austerity cuts – gatherings have been held in more than 40 cities across the
France’s Adrien Theaux was all smiles on top of the podium after winning his second career World Cup downhill race in the Norwegian resort of
Tina Maze rewrote the alpine skiing history books on Saturday when she won the women’s downhill in Garmisch Partenkirschen to set a new World Cup
Thousands of people hit the frosty streets of Moscow on March 2 to take part in a march supporting Russian motherhood and children.
Violent clashes in Bangladesh over the past three days have left at least 60 people dead.
The protests have been triggered by a death sentence
Just hours after huge US government spending reductions officially took effect on March 2, President Barack Obama used his weekly address to
Speculation continues over the health of ailing Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. He is said to be receiving treatment for cancer in a Caracas
Hi-tech giant Samsung has welcomed a US court ruling ordering $1bn ( 762m euros) damages awarded to Apple last year to be cut by 40 per cent.
Kenya is bracing itself for a presidential vote on March 4 that is a tight two-way contest between bitter rivals.
One of the top contenders is
Peace talks between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (the FARC) are at a critical point.
At meetings in the
Hundreds of people rallied outside the Abdeen Palace in the Egyptian capital Cairo on March 1 – demanding that President Mohamed Mursi reinstates
A new album of “unreleased” performances by legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix is being released almost 43 years after his death.
‘People, Hell and
A rocket taking supplies to the International Space Station has had its landing postponed due to technical problems.
The privately-owned Falcon 9
Texas authorities have ruled the death of a three year old adopted from Russia as ‘accidental’.
The case of Max Shatto has drawn calls from Moscow
Letters will soon be sent out to government employees telling them about redundancies and reduced hours now that US President Barack Obama has signed
A mass for President Hugo Chavez has been attended by top Venezuelan officials as the Vice President continues to dismiss rumours that Chavez has
Controversial comments by Turkey’s prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan likening Zionism to crimes against humanity have overshadowed new US Secretary
A man is missing feared dead in the US state of Florida after being swallowed up by a sinkhole that suddenly appeared in his own home.