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Denmark has won this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Azerbaijan finished second and Ukraine came third.
The number one slot was always pencilled
Authorities in southern Turkey say they have detained four more suspects in connection with twin car bomb attacks last weekend. It means the total
Supporters and opponents of the Ukrainian government have clashed in Kiev as both sides held rival demonstrations. Police intervened as scuffles
The 2013 Eurovision Song Contest is taking place in Malmö, Sweden. After the two semi finals, earlier this week, 26 countries will be competing in
German Chancellor Angela Merkel flew to Rome to meet Pope Francis just days after he made a speech calling for financial reform.
Responding to the
Protestors have clashed with police in Reyhanli during an anti-government demonstration following the deadly twin car bombings which struck the
Two hundred and twenty two Serbian couples took part in a mass wedding ceremony in Belgrade on Saturday.
Dresses were provided free of charge to
The first major protest against Italy’s new coalition government has taken place in Rome. Organised by the left-wing Fiom union, its message was that
No sooner had the inked dried on the new law approving same-sex marriage in France than the first couple had announced their nuptials.
It started as a row between two young men in Egypt’s second city of Alexandria. It then became a family feud and finally mushroomed into clashes
The Vnukovo airport in Moscow was closed temporarily after a plane caught fire upon landing.
The aircraft operated by UT air was carrying 140
The death of former Argentine military leader Jorge Rafael Videla has been greeted with mixed feelings of relief and anguish.
He passed away in
American actress Eva Longoria strikes a pose as she arrives on the red carpet for the screening of the film ‘Le Passé’ (The Past) in competition at
North Korea fired three short-range missiles from its east coast on Saturday, South Korea’s Defence Ministry said, but the purpose of the launches
The US has criticised Russia’s recent delivery of anti-ship missiles to President Bashar al-Assad’s government in Syria.
With a range of 300 km
So many Syrians are fleeing the war in their country that it has put a severe strain on neighbouring Lebanon’s infrastructure – the power grid
As well as celebrating extending their shirt sponsorship deal with Emirates by another five years Paris Saint Germain bosses announced they would
British police, working closely with their Portuguese colleagues, say they have a “number of persons of interest” they would like to investigate in
Portugual has become the latest country to allow homosexual couples to adopt, three years after it allowed them to marry. The adoption will be of a
Two trains have collided in Connecticut injuring over sixty people, five critically, and closing the line between Boston and New York. It appears a
Shortly to be added to the list of Europe’s most unusual tourist destinations, you too will soon be able to experience some of that Cold War chill in
At least 80 people have been killed in Iraq on a violent Friday of bombings in three major cities.
The worst was a double attack in Bakuba, the
A touch of drama came to the Cannes Film Festival in an unexpected guise on Friday night when a man disrupted a live television broadcast by firing a