Boris Berezovsky has been found dead at his UK home in Surrey.
The exiled Russian tycoon had survived numerous assassination attempts in the past
France says it can confirm “with certainty” that one of al Qaeda’s most senior commanders has been killed in a military operation in Mali.
A reigning pope and a former pope faced each other for the first time in at least 600 years on Saturday when Pope Francis travelled south of Rome for
Turkey has welcomed the surprise Israeli apology for the deaths aboard the Gaza-bound flotilla.
It is reported the leaders of the two countries
In Italy, there appears to be little confidence that Pier Luigi Bersani will be able to form a government a month after inconclusive elections.
Dramatic video of a Philadelphia shooting released by police on Thursday showed a gunman repeatedly firing into a Chinese food market store
The mending of relations between Turkey and Israel has been hailed as a key stabilising factor for the Middle East.
Israel officially apologised
Many parts of United Kingdom have been hit by a springtime snow storm. Particulary badly affected were Scotland, northen England and Wales. The
A massive funeral has taken place for the pro-Syrian government cleric murdered at a Damascus mosque on Thursday.
Sheik Mohammad Said Ramadan
Cypriot leaders are in Brussels for last ditch talks to avert the country’s financial collapse.
It comes after its parliament voted to restructure
The Duchess of Cambridge, a volunteer in the Scout Association, has visited a scout camp training event and provided guidance to cub scouts in
Thousands of people made their way through Tokyo parks on Friday to celebrate the arrival of Japan’s cherry blossom season and the coming of Spring.
A Pakistani Taliban member has threatened to kill former President Pervez Musharraf when he returns home from exile to contest elections.
An Australian man has been released 15 months after being captured by Philippine Abu Sayyaf rebels.
54-year-old former solider Warren Rodwell was
The legendry Cuban musician Bebo Valdes who is said to have been the founder of Latin Jazz, has died at the age of 94.
Valdes began his career as
Running battles and burning cars – these are becoming the common images of a post revolution Egypt.
The latest round of violence erupted as several
MPs in Cyprus have voted to create a ‘national solidarity fund’, to restructure the island’s banks and to give the government power to impose
Foreign ministers of both France and Britain ran into opposition at a meeting of their EU counterparts in Dublin as they pushed for a lifting of the
Nicolas Sarkozy was at times controversial in office, out of office he has caused a political and legal brawl in France. Supporters of the former