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Three days after France became the 14th country in the world to legalise gay marriage, Vladimir Putin has signaled that Russia might change its
A Russian court has rejected the appeal of Pussy Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova.
The 23-year old was charged with two years in a remote penal
Public sector workers in Greece protested against planned job cuts the government has agreed to make in order to get much-needed bailout money
High-placed political figures have been agreeing that other ways must be found to readjust fiscal formulas that are crushing so many people in
Emergency services are racing against the clock to rescue the remaining survivors trapped inside the building which collapsed in Bangladesh on
Even though the latest unemployment figures for France show more people looking for a job than at any other time in the past, employers are
The president of Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat federation has been arrested in an anti-corruption probe, according to a spokesman for the state
The European Central Bank is widely expected to stimulate economic growth by cutting interest rates soon.
Weaker than expected statistics from
A fire has swept through a psychiatric hospital in a Moscow suburb killing 38 people.
There were only three survivors a nurse and two
In “Europe Weekly” – our review of the main events affecting Europe in the previous seven days – we focus on the Boston bombings and the US and
France has become the 14th country in the world to legalise same sex marriage. Swiss television TSR reported on the controversial vote in the lower
Mentoring is a teaching tool widely used in schools and universities. An increasing number of businesses are also relying on mentorship as a way to
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect has been transfered from hospital to a prison facility.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been undergoing treatment for
Spain will see its economy shrink by 1.3 percent this year, with a return to growth in 2014.
At a news conference to unveil new measures to revive
A Russian court has heard the parole hearing of Pussy Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova. The 23-year old was sentenced to two years in a remote
In a country where the baguette rules the bread roost, the title of best traditional baguette in Paris is a serious affair. Texture is key. It should
At least 40 people are feared dead after a bus crash in Afghanistan. The collision with a fuel tanker in the Maiwand district of southern Kandahar
Ukraine has marked the 27th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster with thousands attending a ceremony in Slavutych.
The 1986 accident
Economic growth in the United States picked up in the first three months of this year – but not as much as had been forecast.
That has increased
Samsung has posted profit growth for the sixth straight quarter.
Its mobile phone division – which accounts for nearly three quarters of its
French President Francois Hollande’s two-day visit to Beijing focusing on trade has included China signing a deal with European planemaker Airbus to
As investigations continue into the Boston Marathon bombings the victims injured in the blasts are making a slow recovery from serious shrapnel
As a result of the recent Twitter hacking cases of several high profile celebrities and organisations, the company has decided to strengthen its
Steven Spielberg will preside over the jury for the 66th Cannes Film Festival. The American director and producer will be joined by four men and four
For 20 years they have been known for heavy rock riffs, thick bass and politically charged lyrics, penned by one of the most iconic women in rock
Protests have erupted in Bangladesh in the wake of the building collapse that has so far claimed the lives of close to 300 people.
“I am an Italian citizen who has been offered a permanent job in Germany. Is my American husband entitled to live and work in Germany?” asks Federica
Croatia’s path from a war of independence as the former Yugoslavia broke up reaches a turning point this 1 July, when the new country will join the
South Korea has said it will pull out its remaining workers in the Kaesong industrial zone.
It announced that the withdrawal follows North Korea’s