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Wildfire season has come early to California – where emergency services are battling to control a fierce blaze raging along the coast north of Los
An exhibition on an iconic perfume opens in the Palais de Tokyo in Paris this weekend, inviting visitors to explore the history and mystery behind
Olympic 1,500 metres champion Asli Cakir Alptekin is facing a lifetime ban after being charged with a second anti-doping offence.
Cakir, who was
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has called on Bangladesh to act quickly to improve its work safety laws — in the wake of the April 24
The city of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia has one of the largest collections of open-air public sculptures in the world, including works by César
Easter for the Greek Orthodox faith is the year’s biggest festival, but hard times are putting the damper on celebrations and hard-pressed consumers
French journalists’ group Reporters Without Borders marked World Press Freedom Day by pasting a wall in Paris with giant posters of the leaders whom
Europe will remain mired in recession for the rest of this year, according to the latest EU forecasts.
The European Commission says the eurozone
The last seven South Korean workers left the Kaesong industrial complex in North Korea on May 3 — and with them went the final channel of
The European Commission has cut its growth forecasts for the eurozone, indicating a deeper recession this year and a slower recovery next year.
It is World Press Freedom day, with Reporters Without Borders, (RSF), and the United Nations warning there is a world of difference between top of
Thousands flocked to New York’s Lincoln Center this week to steal a glimpse of the stars of Baz Luhrmann’s latest film ‘The Great Gatsby’.
Director JJ Abrams has followed up his sensational 2009 Star Trek reboot with a new sparkling 3D sequel set to wow audiences worldwide.
The Greek National Theatre is currently enjoying one of its most successful runs with a critically acclaimed production of Mourning Becomes Electra
Serious games might sound like a contradiction in terms, but in fact, video and computer games are increasingly being adapted for the classroom
Washington is wrestling with a moral-political-military equation over Syria. The question is how, if at all, Americans might support getting
Poland is celebrating the anniversary of its constitution – the first in Europe and the second in the world after the United States.
A leading Pakistani prosecutor has been shot dead in Islamabad.
Chaudhry Zulfikar, who was investigating the assassination of former prime minister
Georgia announced this week it will participate in the next year’s Winter Olympics in neighbouring Russia despite lingering resentment about the
The number of people in work in the United States rose more than expected in April.
Employers hired 165.000 workers and in addition the job counts
Competition often goes hand in hand controversy and that is certainly true of the Eurovision Song Contest. Putting a continent full of countries
An American company is offering to make a marked difference to employees’ pay packets – in exchange for a marking on their bodies.
New York based
BBC presenter Stuart Hall has admitted to 14 charges of indecent assault and is due to be sentenced in June. His 13 victims include a nine-year-old
An inmate at a Barcelona prison has managed to escape after swapping clothes with his visiting brother and brazenly walking past security
Jeff Hanneman, American guitarist and co-founder of heavy metal band Slayer, has died of liver failure.
There has been speculation in the media
Kitsch doesn’t always come cheap. And as they don’t come much more kitsch than the Eurovision Song Contest, putting on the event can be quite an
Central banks worked hard during the Labour Day week. Both the US Federal Reserve and the European Central bank held their monthly meetings and both
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The European Commission unveils another gloomy economic outlook for 2013; May Day protests voiced workers’ anger against austerity; and the European
A day before a Teknival free music party was due to take place in northern France, a local government official has banned attendees from planting