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A singing troupe of Russian grannies has been entertaining the UK capital – as part of a series of events to celebrate Russia’s springtime festival
The Ukrainian Catholic community has a particular affiliation with Pope Francis, elected on March 13. The new pontiff, who is from Buenos Aires, was
At the Brussels meeting of eurozone finance ministers with IMF chief Christine Lagarde to discuss a 10 billion euro bailout for Cyprus, euronews
Pope Francis’ shock election may have disappointed the favourites, or ‘papabili’ as they are known – but it meant big bucks for the bookies.
Britain and France say the European Union arms embargo on the Syrian opposition must be lifted – if the rebels are to succeed in toppling the regime
On February 11, 2013, Benedict XVI caused dismay for many in the church when he announced he was stepping down from the papacy, a job that is
After a religious service earlier on Friday the body of Hugo Chavez has been transported to the Military Museum in Caracas which will be his final
A case known as the Karate affair has ended with a Las Palmas court imposing the highest penalty for sexual abuse in Spanish history.
Hundreds of security personnel at the Duesseldorf and Cologne airports have gone on strike once again over an ongoing wage dispute.
In London, a mass grave has been discovered which might hold the remains of some 50,000 people killed by the “Black Death” plague in the 12th
Boeing is hopeful its costly battery problems will soon be over as it expects testing of fixes for the 787 Dreamliner’s batteries to be concluded
Samsung’s latest all-singing all-dancing smart phone has been unveiled – on Broadway, with a series of skits to illustrate its features performed by
A US Senator has changed his stance on same-sex marriage, and now supports it, after finding out his son is gay.
Republican Senator Rob Portman, of
JPMorgan Chase has been accused of ignoring risks and misleading investors over huge losses in derivatives trading.
In a damning report, the
Eurozone inflation in February was at its lowest level since mid-2010, thanks to lower price pressure from food, alcohol and tobacco.
With climate change, deforestation and ever increasing threats to wildlife, environmental activists believe much more still needs to be done to
Actress Ashley Bell first turned heads in The Last Exorcism in 2010.
It turned out it wasn’t quite the last exorcism as she’s back for the
British folk rock band Mumford and Sons, have kicked off the German leg of their European tour in Munich, playing to the packed out Zenith
With a month of snow falling in just 24 hours spring still seems far away for Moscow residents.
It is the heaviest March snowfall in 50 years
Scientists are celebrating news of a breakthrough in HIV research.
Two weeks after the news first emerged that a baby girl in Mississippi had been
Iran has continued to make headlines in recent weeks partly because of yet another round of futile international negotiations over its nuclear
Secrecy is a way of life at the Vatican, not least at the Vatican Bank.
For decades the Istituto per le Opere di Religione or Institute for Works
The Champion’s League Quarter Finals have been drawn in Nyon, Switzerland with favorites Barcelona facing Paris Saint-Germain, perhaps the star draw
Early treatment of HIV can result in a functional cure for around 10 percent of patients say French researchers.
The conclusion comes from a study
Pope Francis has held his first meeting with the College of Cardinals.
Since his election on Wednesday night as the first non-European pope in
In the Domiz refugee camp in Northern Iraq, where music succours the tens of thousands of refugees, an elderly man sings in Kurdish: “Until I die,
They are artists, intellectuals or bloggers, and they want Cuba to open up to the world.
Whether they are dissidents or not, a new generation of
The body of Hugo Chavez is to be moved from a military academy in Caracas to Venezuela’s Revolution Museum.
Millions of people have already filed
Hostile villagers have confronted opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi during the second day of a trip to northwestern Myanmar to explain why she