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Wearing sacks over their heads to suggest an execution, protesters in Ukraine have argued that without government funding people with HIV/
Italian MPs and regional delegates are readying to vote in a new Italian president, as incumbent president Giorgio Napolitano comes to the end of his
As Americans search for answers, the investigation into the Boston Bombings gets more confused. The US attorney’s office of Massachusetts has
The Thatcher years in Downing Street were ones of great social and economic change. While politicians are often praised for seeking consensus she is
The funeral of Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century, and the one and only woman to have held the job, has
New Zealand has said ‘Yes’ to legalising gay marriage, making it the first country in the Asia-Pacific region to do so.
The parliament voted 77-44
The French President has used a gathering of economists, business leaders and political figures at the OECD in Paris to send a message to Europe
Leaders from Serbia and Kosovo are back in Brussels for the ninth round of talks aimed at normalising relations between the two nations.
MEPs are divided over Hungary’s planned constitutional reforms that the EU argues could be a threat to human rights.
The row centres on a proposal
Forensic clues are starting to emerge from the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing but there is still no evidence as to who was behind the
This weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix will once again take place against a backdrop of political termoil.
The Gulf island kingdom has experienced
In the wake of the devastating bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon on Monday that killed three people and wounded more than a 150, the head of
A letter containing a “suspicious substance” has been found addressed to US President Obama, but a White House spokesperson said that so far there
Ex Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak has been sent back to prison in Cairo after making a court appearance in much improved health, waving and
Around 25 workers at a plastics factory 300 kms west of Berlin are in hospital after an anonymous gift of filled bread rolls turned out to contain
In Greece, public sector workers have taken to the streets again in protest, after the government agreed to more cuts in return for bailout funds
The US Supreme Court has decided that the country’s federal courts do not have jurisdiction to hear lawsuits against foreign corporations accused of
European car sales continue to tumble and the problem is spreading from southern countries to the more prosperous north.
For the whole region
Strong aftershocks have rocked Pakistan following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake registered in Iran on Tuesday.
The Pakistani town of Mashkel has
The Thatcher coffin was generally greeted with applause and even cheers along the route, but not everyone was there to laud her achievements.
A trial has begun in the southern French city of Marseille for the former head of the company behind the global health scare which saw hundreds of
Margaret Thatcher visited Kiev in 1990 when Ukraine was still part of the Soviet Union.
Many experts and politicians in Eastern Europe, believe it
Regenerative medicine is poised to dramatically alter conventional methods of treatment, shifting the focus away from symptoms and targeting the
New Zealand’s parliament voted in favour of allowing same-sex marriage, prompting cheers, applause and the singing of Pokarekare Ana, a traditional
Palestinians are marking Prisoner’s Day with acts of defiance across the West Bank and Gaza.
The annual event is held to call attention to the
Tesco is pulling out of its loss-making Fresh & Easy business in the US at a cost of almost 1.2 billion euros for restructuring and other one-off
Daimler has sold its remaining stake in EADS.
That ends the German carmaker’s link to aerospace activities, nearly 13 years after it helped to
The funeral of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has come to an end. It was attended by some 2,300 guests, made up of dignitaries from
The funeral at St Paul’s Cathedral of Britain’s longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century, and its one and only woman premier, Margaret