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Syrian rebels have seized a group of UN peacekeepers in the Golan Heights as the team were monitoring a ceasefire between Syria and Israel
Instructed by the Vatican not to talk to the press, American cardinals cancelled a press briefing ahead of preparations to choose a new Pope.
The British Government has announced it is to send millions of euros worth of “non-lethal” aid to assist anti-Assad fighters in Syria.
A day after the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, thousands of distraught supporters took to the streets to get a glimpse of his casket as
Britain has pledged 40 million euros to end female genital mutilation in a generation.
International development minister Lynne Featherstone
EU regulators fined Microsoft 561 million euros on Wednesday for failing to give users the choice of web browsers other than its own Internet
Outside the Caracas military hospital where he died, supporters of Venezuela’s president Hugo Chavez gathered to mourn their leader.
“My heart is
Lara Croft is back in the latest “Tomb Raider” video game but she’s been stripped of her previous history and reinvented as a 21-year-old novice. The
A-listers including Vanessa Paradis and Jessica Chastain turned up to watch Karl Lagerfeld show his new autumn-winter collection for Channel, at
‘Song for Marion’ stars Terence Stamp, Vanessa Redgrave and Gemma Arterton.
It is the story of a difficult man mourning his wife, and finding
As tributes and condolences flood in following the death of Hugo Chavez, Latin American leaders have begun to arrive in the Venezuelan capital
The car is the star in this edition of News+ as we focus on the Geneva Motor Show.
Before speaking to a senior executive with luxury car maker
Hugo Chavez, adored by many as a hero, was born in 1954, the second son of humble village schoolteachers. After studying at the military academy in
In our episode on video games we met some young people who have found their own professional pathway thanks to the EU Media Programme.
But what is
The European Union has fined Microsoft 561 million euros.
The EU’s competition regulators said that was because it had broken a promise to offer
South Korea’s Samsung is buying a three percent stake in troubled Japanese electronics firm Sharp, which had to be bailed out by its banks last
Thomas Cook is to cut 2,500 jobs from its UK workforce and close almost 200 of its more than 1,000 stores there.
The economic downturn has meant a
March 2006 – Chavez calls George W. Bush “a donkey”
In his personal TV show Alo Presidente, Chavez reacts to a White House report calling him a
The Duchess of Cambridge might have accidentally revealed the sex of her unborn child during a conversation with a well-wisher, suggesting that the
A fourth French solider has died in fighting against Islamist rebels in Mali. The soldier, a sergeant from the 68th African artlllery regiment, was
Staff at Portugal’s national airline TAP will stage a strike from March 21-23 in protest over the budget, pay and job cuts. Following massive rallies
The annual opening of China’s National People’s Congress is the last step in the handover of power to the country’s new leaders. It may be a
Prices of electric cars are falling. But a;though they are finally becoming affordable, the problem of charging them remains to be solved. Charging
Leaders of countries closely allied to Venezuela have been reacting to the death of President Hugo Chavez. In China, Hua Chunying, a Foreign Ministry
Farm subsidies represent the largest slice of the EU’s proposed budget for 2014 -2020. Negotiations are at a critical stage on revamping the Common
A top dancer at Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre has admitted plotting an acid attack that nearly blinded the troupe’s artistic director Sergei Filin.
A late winter storm has dumped heavy snow bringing chaos to much of the US Midwest.
There have been numerous highway crashes and flight
The United Nations refugee agency has issued a warning over the plight of refugees from Syria’s civil war.
The UNHCR says a million people, most of
Russian police say one of the top dancers at Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre has confessed to plotting an acid attack that nearly blinded the troupe’s
About a dozen divers gathered in the Mexican resort city of Cancun to perform their underwater version of the popular dance ‘Harlem Shake’ that has