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Italy’s worsening poverty gap is being blamed for a triple tragedy. An elderly couple have committed suicide apparently because of their failure to
A crowd of ultra-conservative Salafist demonstrators in Egypt have tried to break into the home of a senior Iranian diplomat to protest against the
Barcelona have filed a formal complaint with Uefa about the refereeing of their Champions League draw at Paris St Germain on Tuesday.
Malala Yousafzai – the Pakistani schoolgirl shot in the head by the Taliban last October – has started a fund to educate other girls in Pakistan
The Islamist group Hamas has urged the United Nations relief and food agency to resume its operations in the Gaza Strip despite a violent
The few hiding money in offshore banks from the many who do not have the luxury…
This is a story the International Consortium of Investigative
An independent judicial inquiry backed by football’s world governing body FIFA is to investigate a match-fixing scandal involving the South African
HBOS – the British bank that had to be bailed out with over thirty billion euros worth of taxpayers money – was so badly run it would have failed
Determined to end a problem that has engulfed the Catholic Church for over a decade, Pope Francis has said he wants sexual abuse to be dealt with
North Korea has asked foreign embassies to consider moving staff out after warning it cannot guarantee the safety of diplomats.
The request follows
While Cyprus has been dominating the headlines in the eurozone , the monetary union faces another longer-term problem. The jobless rate in the 17
The southern French city of Marseille is hosting a Union for the Mediterranean summit this weekend.
The speakers – from parliaments across the
Scientists in Siberia have reported positive results from tests they have made on themselves using so-called anti-ageing drugs.
They decided to
In Mumbai, at least 41 people died – among them 11 children – when an illegal building collapsed.
Rescuers are trying to reach as many as 120
Austerity bites as US employers hired at the slowest pace in nine months in March.
Just 88,000 jobs were added last month as across-the-board
Hundreds of fast-food restaurant workers in New York City turned out for protests on Thursday in what organizers said would be their largest rally
North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un has been attacked – not diplomatically or with nuclear weapons, but in cyberspace.
The country’s official
Cannes is bracing itself for the 50th anniversary of MIPTV – the annual showcase for TV and online content across all platforms, where productions
Should you find yourself on the peaks of Courchevel, fret not, your eyes are not playing tricks on you; that is, indeed, a red elephant.
But it is
The Croatian duo 2Cellos have long been heralded as the boundary-breaking revisionists of string, whilst their genre-bending hits have achieved both
In today’s competitive world of education, universities are having to change and innovate. The creation of ‘Massive Open Online Courses’ or MOOCs
The death toll from a new strain of bird flu in China is believed to be at least 6. Authorities in Shanghai have been slaughtering birds at a poultry
As tension remains high in the Pacific, thousands of North Koreans have taken part in rallies against the US and South Korea, denouncing the joint
French President François Hollande’s public opinion rating is in the mud. His fortunes have shrunk as the Cahuzac scandal swells, a symbolic bad
Visitors to Sienna have a new view over the ancient Italian city to look forward to.
The thirteenth century cathedral is opening up its roof space
Following a series of high profile gang rapes and an increase in national attention on sex attacks on women, three Indian engineering students have
An amateur cameraman caught an ugly road rage incident on Australia’s Gold Coast while waiting at the traffic lights. Two men, with blood on their
The list detailing the identities of thousands of people hiding money in offshore accounts could reveal 160 times more data than Wikileaks
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