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It is a while yet until the 2014 Football World Cup – and even longer until the next Olympic Games in 2016.
But police in Brazil, where both events
Clashes erupted in Cairo on Sunday when security forces attempted to re-open Tahrir Square to traffic after several months of being shut by
“Here I am again” remarked King Juan Carlos of Spain has he entered a Madrid hospital for surgery on a herniated disc in his lower spine.
It is the
This year’s Miss Russia beauty competition has ended successfully, despite a series of scandals which overshadowed proceedings.
The discovery of
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth is being treated in a London hospital for symptoms of gastroenteritis.
The Queen who is 86 was taken ill on Friday and had
Former world combined champion Anna Fenninger stunned the big guns on Sunday to win her very first World Cup super-G race at the German resort of
Norway’s Aksel Lund Svindal celebrated a double whammy on Sunday when he finally won a race on home snow with victory in a super-G that also handed
Swiss voters appear to have backed proposals to impose strict controls on executive pay in a referendum.
Projected results say 68 per cent favour
Israel’s President Shimon Peres has criticised Turkish Prime Minister RecepTayyip Erdogan for linking Zionism with ‘crimes against humanity like
A bridge in India’s eastern city of Kolkata collapsed and severely injured three people.
Bulgarians across the country staged new protests against their political leaders and poverty on the day celebrated as Liberation Day.
March 3 marked an exceptional Sunday at St. Peter’s Square in Rome without a pope to lead the mass.
Benedict XVI stepped down on February 28
A third French soldier has been killed in northern Mali fighting along side African troops.
The joint force is hunting down pockets of al-Qaeda
Ethic minorities, Nobel prize winners and show biz types were among the delegates at a meeting of China’s People’s Political Consultative Conference
Israeli President Shimon Peres has given Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu another 14 days to form a new government, after he was failed to do during
More than 10,000 people marched through the streets of Sydney, Australia, for the 35th edition of Gay Pride.
Thousands of Portuguese turned out in Lisbon to protest against austerity cuts.
Rescue workers in Tampa, Florida have called off their search for Jeff Bush, 36, who is presumed dead after a sinkhole opened under his house and
People angry at what they perceive as US support for Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi have been protesting during a visit by the US Secretary of
Syrian president Bashar al Assad has accused the UK of having a “tradition of bullying and hegemony”.
In an interview with British paper the
More than 200,000 people gathered outside the Finance Ministry in Lisbon on Saturday, with scores more in cities across Portugal taking part in
Renowned Italian composer Armando Trovajoli has died at the age of 95.
The musician wrote the scores for around 300 films.
Trovajoli passed away