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A sombre protest snakes its way through the Greek capital. The Sleep Out day is aiming to wake up politicians to the plight of the homeless.
Germany’s Constitutional Court has upheld an appeal by the Turkish newspaper Sabah to ensure a court in Munich reserves a certain number of places
The news from Egypt since 2011 has been dominated by politics, upheaval, and religious tensions, but daily needs are becoming a pressing
Venezuela’s soaring crime rate a major electoral issue.
As dusk approaches the streets of Caracas empty leaving the city at the mercy of the
European Council President Herman van Rompuy says the EU must get tougher on tax if governments are to succeed in balancing their books.
Whether or not North Korea has the means to wage nuclear war remains unclear, as does much of Kim Jong-un’s life before becoming President. The
The so-called “wise men” who were given the task of finding a solution to Italy’s political gridlock have presented a number of proposals to Italian
Slovenia faces the risk of a severe financial crisis as the cost of rescuing its banks could be significantly higher than initially estimated. So
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Former European leaders and EU officials pay tribute to ex-British prime minister Margaret Thatcher; the EU steps up the pressure on tax havens, and
Eurozone ministers – meeting in Dublin – have given their backing to a 10 billion euro bailout plan for Cyprus.
But they will not lend any more
One of Paris’s great hotels, the Crillon, is selling off its fixtures and fittings ahead of a major renovation in a rare sale that is giving everyone
Italian coastguards have rescued around 100 African refugees from an inflatable dinghy in the straits of Sicily. They were heading for Lampedusa
The government in Malawi has hit out at Madonna, branding the pop star an “uncouth bully who exaggerates her charitable work in the country” and
Ballot boxes at the ready as the legacy of Hugo Chavez comes under the microscope when Venezuela goes to the polls on Sunday.
The French Senate has said ‘I do’ to gay marriage, but the battle rumbles on.
The bill was voted through with only minor amendments.
By law it
The sale has gone ahead in Paris of a collection of Hopi masks that the native American tribe considered sacred, and had demanded be returned.
The Cuban flag revisited is one of the latest themes in artist Michel Mirabal’s body of work.
The Cuban painter is among the best known of his
Chadwick Boseman plays Jackie Robinson, the first black player in the American Major League Baseball, in the film 42 – a reference to his shirt
Samsung has unveiled its latest – and biggest ever smartphone – the Galaxy Mega.
It has a 6.3 inch screen (16 centimetres); though for people with
School drop-out rates have reached up to 60 percent in some countries according to the OECD. Why students fail in school is a vital question but it
Clashes erupted between student demonstrators and anti-riot police in the Chilean capital of Santiago on Thursday. The student protesters were taking
Monday, April 15 is what would have been North Korean leader Kim Il-sung’s 105th birthday.
It is also the day Seoul is bracing itself for a
Just four months ago feelings were high following yet another mass shooting, at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Emotions were still
Medical charity Doctors without Borders is warning that thousands of Malian refugees in a UN-run camp in neighbouring Mauritania are facing appalling
“I leave all my personal data to my beloved Google”… This could be your final wish when you decide to disconnect from the digital world forever, or
As Europe’s finance ministers arrived for a meeting in Dublin, we learned that Cyprus does need more money for its bailout but that will not come
The French Senate has voted to legalise same-sex marriage, which is now on track to become law become by summer.
The vote put forward by the
One in five Bulgarians live in poverty earning less than the equivalent of 120 euros per month. One in three young Bulgarians can not find work while