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Violence between Palestinians and Israeli security forces has broken out in Hebron after a high-profile Palestinian prisoner died in jail from
Michael Sarris might have stepped down from the Cypriot finance ministry, but he has not stepped out of the spotlight.
The now-defunct Laiki Bank
Before the Internet, DVDs and smartphones, there were arcade games – popular with kids in many parts of the world, including the former USSR.
Women’s rights campaigners in the Gaza Strip have said plans by the ruling Hamas faction to separate boys and girls in schools amounts to an
A huge profit posted by mortgage finance giant Fannie Mae is another sign that the US housing market is slowly recovering.
Its $17.2 billion
EU forces have started training Malian soldiers to quell an Islamist insurgency in the former French colony.
150 European instructors will train
Venezuela’s electoral campaigning has begun, to see who will succeed the late president Hugo Chavez after the 14 April election – even though the
Many analysts around the world have said they think Kim Jong-un is running a look-who’s-boss exercise, to make fellow North Koreans and foreign
North Korea is to restart all nuclear facilities at its Yongbyon nuclear complex. The move further heightens tensions on the Korean
In his first press conference as Sunderland coach Paolo Di Canio refused to be drawn on his colourful past political statements and gestures
The former French Budget Minister Jérôme Cahuzac has admitted to holding a foreign bank account following months of strenuous denial.
The Kosovan prime minister and his Serbian counterpart are in Brussels for talks which the EU hopes will end in a definitive deal over the fractious
There was no respite on the jobs front for the eurozone as the region’s unemployment rate hit 12 percent of the workforce in February.
Leaders from Serbia and Kosovo are meeting in Brussels for talks aimed at normalising relations between the two nations.
Belgrade wants to open
Dozens of militants attacked a power station in Pakistan on Tuesday killing seven people.
They destroyed the largest plant in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India has lifted its travel ban on the Italian ambassador amid a row over two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen.
With an eye to the future, Apple has apologised to its Chinese customers and changed the warranty and repair policy for its iPhones and
Led by France
Clocks and watches – they are our everyday companions, our faithful time keepers. We regulate our lives according to them. But are they totally
Italian President Giorgio Napolitano has held his first meeting with the group of 10 experts he has tasked with setting the country’s political
There is a glimmer of good news for the Spanish government as the number of people registered as unemployed there edged down in March. It is the
Cambodia has conducted live fire artillery exercises with new military equipment in Kompong Speu province, about 50 kilometres west of the capital
Animals at Bangkok’s zoo have been tucking into ice cream, yoghurt and frozen vegetables to try to get relief from temperatures edging close to 40
Cypriot Finance Minister Michael Sarris quit on Tuesday after concluding talks with foreign lenders on a bailout that forced the island to slap
In the Netherlands, four people are appearing in court in connection with alleged attempts to trade in the deadly nerve gas sarin.
Italy’s President Georgio Napolitano has appointed a group of 10 experts to come up with an economic plan for the country. The main political parties
Since releasing her debut album in 2003, Portuguese singer Ana Moura has steadily attracted and nurtured a new generation of fado fans – among them
There has been a special buzz around this year’s WonderCon. With an ever growing number of stories and serials making their way to the silver
An investigation is being launched into Cyprus’ banking crisis and President Nicos Anastasiades said it should start at the top: with him.