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The annual march to honour Latvia’s World War II Waffen SS divisions, part of the armed wing of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party, always attracts some
Defeated Kenyan presidential contender Raila Odinga is challenging the result of the March 4 election.
Odinga, who is Kenya’s current prime
Piero Grasso of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) has been elected President of Italy’s Senate. He is a former anti-mafia prosecutor.
Rising star Mikaela Shiffrin sealed her place as the world’s number one slalom specialist by winning the season’s final race in the discipline on
America’s Ted Ligety capped his season-long dominance – winning the final men’s giant slalom, his sixth victory of the season.
A referendum is coming to a close in Zimbabwe for a constitution which would pave the way for a new era in the country dominated by one
Cypriot savers have been queuing at cash machines – after waking up to the news that Brussels plans to enforce a levy of up to 10 percent on bank
A police investigation has been launched into the gang-rape of a Swiss tourist in India.
Seven men were said to have been involved in the attack
The body of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has been taken from the military academy in the capital, Caracas, to a museum located in the
Leading Turkish intellectual Cemal Uşak believes the election of Pope Francis brings “new hope” for inter-faith relations.
Uşak is Secretary
Laura Boldrini, from the leftist party Ecology and Freedom which is part of a coalition with the Democratic Party, has been elected President of the
Portugal’s Azores islands continue to face harsh weather conditions after the islands were hit by floods on March 14. Cars, homes and roads have been
Pope Francis wants a poor Church and a Church which serves the poor. He made the statement at an audience of thousands of journalists in the
Father Patrick Daly, General Secretary of Comece, the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Community gives his view on Pope
The Catholic Church has a new leader: the election of Pope Francis dominated this week’s top stories and overshadowed the EU summit.
First an inconclusive election, then a credit rating cut for Italy. It keeps troubling the markets and testing them with each bond auction. Do
Team Germany claimed victory in the parallel racing national team event at the Alpine skiing World Cup finals at Lenzerheide in Switzerland.
Tensions are running high as Zimbabwe goes to the polls to vote on new constitution.
A spokesman for Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s party, the
At least thirteen people have died and many others were wounded after a truck carrying fireworks for a religious celebration exploded in
Three International Space Station (ISS) crew have returned to earth safely.
The Russian Soyuz capsule carrying them landed in the Kazakhstan
After ten hours of talks the deal was struck!
Eurozone finance ministers and IMF chief Christine Lagarde agreed to a ten billion euro bailout for
Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have turned out again for another funeral parade for Hugo Chavez.
The late leader’s body has been laid to
The opposition Syrian National Council has supported calls by France and the UK to lift an EU arms embargo to allow weapon supplies to Syrian
Only a few days in office and the Vatican has felt the need to issue a firm rebuttal of accusations against Pope Francis stemming from the time of
On the first day of his papacy, Pope Francis reached out to Rome’s Jewish community and said he hoped to build on the good relations between the two
Italy’s new parliament has sat for the first time since an inconclusive election, but failed to achieve even its first task, that of electing