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The end of President Barack Obama’s visit to Israel coincided with an historic apology…
It was made by the Israeli government to Turkey for the
The prime minister of Lebanon Najib Mikati has carried out his threat to resign. His government has also stood down after a cabinet split on the
An estimated 3,000 people protested near the Muslim Brotherhood’s headquarters in the Egyptian capital, clashing with hundreds of supports of the
The Cypriot parliament has voted to create ‘national solidarity fund’ to pool state assets – as it races to find a way to raise 5.8 billion euros to
The Italian President has called on Pier Luigi Bersani to form a government.
This follows a month of political deadlock after no party gained an
Cyprus and Europe are waiting. The financial vacuum is being filled with fear and anger.
Will it be financial meltdown and a euro exit or will
US President Barack Obama arrived in Jordan for talks with King Abdullah II, which are expected to focus on the conflict in Syria. Fighting there is
Russian President Vladimir Putin has greeted Chinese leader Xi Jinping in the Kremlin in a choreographed ceremony. It was seen as underlining a
Ratings agency Fitch has placed Britain’s AAA rating on ‘negative’ watch two days after finance minister George Osborne delivered a budget speech in
Protests in the streets and closed banks after Cyprus’s financial time-bomb exploded.
The island has been asking Europe for help for some time
Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano has asked centre-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani to form a government.
This follows a month of political
Austria’s Gregor Schlierenzauer kept his composure to clinch the 50th individual win of his career in the penultimate event of the season in Planica
A North Korean propaganda video showing an imagined invasion of the South Korea has been published online.
The four-minute film depicts what is
Faster, clearer results might be expected in Asia but Obama has given the Israeli-Palestinian challenge pride of place. The US president failed to
It is less than a year since Chinese and Russian leaders last met officially, when Vladimir Putin had just resumed his function as president in June
A contestant in the French version of the reality television show Survivor has died after suffering a heart attack during filming in
Cyprus is at risk of having to leave the euro after rejecting the proposal put forward by the Eurogroup. Despite two days of talks in Moscow, Russia
The man considered by many as the father of modern African literature, Nigeria’s Chinua Achebe, has died in Boston aged 82.
His breakthrough novel
Students are increasingly choosing vocational degree subjects in an effort to improve their chances of finding a good job. But are they right? Is a
French business activity shrank in March at the fastest pace in four years, and business confidence showed no improvement
Surveys of companies
Myanmar has declared martial law in four central towns following unrest between Buddhists and Muslims that has left at least 20 people
In Azerbaijan they have been celebrating the traditional festival of Novruz, which translates as “the new day,” and is dedicated to the renewal of
The Croods is an animated prehistoric comedy adventure that follows the world’s first family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime following the
Source and translation: BDP Press Office, Turkey
Let all the oppressed have a free and happy Newroz!
Greetings to all peoples of Middle East and
A video posted on a website used by North Korea to promote itself to the outside world shows how the country imagines defeating its American and
The people of Turkey are digesting the historic statement from jailed rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan, who called for a PKK ceasefire on March 21
The latest bankers’ pay announcements in Switzerland will likely stir more debate and dismay there.
Credit Suisse has revealed it upped the
German business morale fell in March, for the first time in five months.
The Ifo economic think tank’s monthly survey of some 7,000 companies
Five days after Cyprus’ panicked leaders ordered banks to close their doors, the fate of the financial system hangs in the balance and credit cards