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Rebel sources in Syria say forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad killed at least 85 people, including women and children, after storming a
Protesters on both sides of the gay marriage debate have taken to the streets of Paris ahead of a vote in the French parliament on Tuesday.
US Secretary of State John Kerry, in Istanbul for talks on Syria, has urged Turkey and Israel to work towards improving relations.
Chinese state media has shown images of the country’s Premier, Li Keqiang, visiting the victims of the devastating earthquake in China’s Sichuan
Fury has once again erupted in the Indian capital, New Delhi, as protests over the authorities handling of the rape and torture of a five-year-old
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel has taken his second win of the 2013 Formula 1 season with victory at the Bahrain Grand Prix this afternoon
Runners at the London Marathon held a 30-second silence to honour the the victims of the Boston bombings.
Around 36,000 runners took part in the
Investigators are trying to establish a motive for the Boston Marathon bombings.
Specialist teams are waiting to interview Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the
Venezuela’s National Election Council has announced that last Sunday’s disputed presidential election result will stand.
Nicolas Maduro was sworn
For the second consecutive day, hundreds of people protested outside state buildings in Delhi, angry at the conduct of police dealing with the
North Korea has moved two more short-range missile launchers to its east coast, according to a South Korean news agency.
An unidentified military
People in Lushan county said that they were still in shock a day after China’s worst earthquake in three years struck their hometown, killing at
The Duchess of Cambridge attends the Queen’s Scout Award parade at Windsor Castle which honours the high achievements of hundreds of youngsters.
Most brides would expect the earth to move on their wedding day, but not literally.
TV reporter Chen Ying was just about to take her nuptials when
Hundreds of extra police officers are on duty at the London Marathon following the Boston bombings.
More than 35,000 runners will pound the streets
The suspect in Boston’s marathon bombing lies in hospital in what the Governor of Massachusetts Deval Patrick describes as a “stable, but serious
Following a Friends of Syria meeting in Istanbul, US Secretary of State John Kerry announced a doubling of non-lethal aid to support the opposition
Increasing growth and job creation were the major topics of discussion at the International Monetary Fund spring meetings in Washington.
One day before the eyes of the world are on Bahrain, protesters there are using the opportunity to draw attention to their demands for political