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Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement has conducted an Internet poll to see, which candidate would be the party’s choice to replace outgoing President
Italy’s main trade unions joined forces to ask for more funds as the redundancy fund runs dry.
Gathering outside the parliament they called on the
The International Monetary Fund has trimmed its projections for global economic growth for this year and next.
It says that is to take into account
One of the world’s most widely viewed sporting events, the annual Boston Marathon, was attacked on Tuesday, more than four hours into it, and after
Another incident in Europe’s horsemeat scandal took place on 10 April, in the Netherlands. Its health authority the NVWA sounded the alarm over
President Obama has described the bombing of the Boston marathon as an act of terrorism.
In a short briefing from the White House the president
Greece has secured a deal to unlock the latest bailout instalment.
The Troika agreed to grant the 2.8 billion euros loan on the condition that
The European Parliament has voted in favour of capping bankers’ bonuses.
It is part of a wide-ranging new financial reform law under which EU banks
Random tests have found that France had more cases of illegal horsemeat in beef products than any EU other country.
Forty seven of the 353 samples
The New York Stock Exchange floor observed a moment of silence to honor those killed and wounded in blasts that rocked the Boston Marathon a day earlier.
Boston is still reeling from two explosions which struck the annual marathon on Monday.
The latest count puts the number of wounded at 176 with 17
Organisers of the London Marathon confirmed the race will go ahead as planned on Sunday despite the bomb attacks near the finish line of the Boston
Authorities in Boston have held a briefing on the latest developments in the aftermath of the bombing of the Boston marathon.
The number of injured
It is the first and oldest film festival in Turkey. The Istanbul Film Festival is a chance to promote Turkish cinema around the world and an
Life, death, fame, fortune, joy and sadness; Philip Glass’ new opera The Lost combines them all, and then some more. It is the American composer’s
In Greek mythology, Enceladus was one of the Gigantes, or Giants, the enormous children of Gaia, the ancient Greek personification of Earth. During
French president François Hollande, in hot water after the Cahuzac scandal and the Offshore Leaks revelation about his campaign financier, is keen to
Harsh rhetoric from North Korea is nothing new, but some observers in the US feel that the recent threats represent real danger this time.
South Korea conducted an anti-disaster drill after a recent series of gas leaks. More than 70 rescue workers and fire fighters were mobilised at the
Venezuelan police fired tear gas at hundreds of demonstrators chanting “fraud” and “recount” in an upscale district of Caracas to protest against
North Korea has fired off new threats to South Korea vowing “sledge hammer blows” of retaliation. The anger was sparked by reported anti-North Korean
Two bombs exploded in the packed streets near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 170 others in a
Iranian television has reported a powerful earthquake has struck close to the Pakistani border.
Communications with the affected region had been
There were street protests marked with defiant words in Venezuela on Monday night. Hundreds of opposition supporters clashed with police in one of
The mouse has become part of everyday life. But the CSEM – the Swiss centre of electronics and microtechniques has invented what might become the
Israel’s President Shimon Peres and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attended a ceremony on Jerusalem’s Mount Herzl to mark Memorial Day. The
A new political era is about to be born in Venezuela with the election of Nicolas Maduro. The new king’s rule is certain to be overshadowed, or
The head of the United Nations Population Fund, Babatunde Osotimehin, visited the Zaatari camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan to underscore the urgent
From governments across the world to individuals, reaction to the Boston explosions has been swift and condemnatory.
In Japan, where people are
About 300 South Korean protesters rallied against the North on Monday, as Pyongyang celebrated the 101st anniversary of its founder’s birth.