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Groups of protesters remained as night fell over Istanbul’s Taksim Square on Sunday June 2.
The square is the epicentre of anti-government protests
Bayern Munich defeated Stuttgart 3-2 in a thrilling German Cup final in Berlin on Saturday to wrap up a historic treble, a feat which capped off an
Queen Elizabeth II has been celebrating 60 years since her coronation.
The British monarch is spending the anniversary in private.
Amid a wave of anti-government demonstrations in Turkey, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been accused of being ‘a dictator’.
French National Front (FN) leader Marine Le Pen could face charges of inciting racism – after a European parliamentary committee voted to remove her
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake rocked Taiwan on Sunday June 2, killing at least one person and injuring at more than 18 others.
The epicentre was the
The Czech Republic has produced its first quintuplets. All five babies were born in a Prague maternity hospital by Caesarean section.
The mayor of Makhachkala, in the Russian republic of Dagestan, has been detained on suspicion of being involved in organising the murder of a senior
Authorities are bracing for more chaos across Central Europe as heavy rain continues to pound the region.
Rail lines were closed in the Czech
The Supreme Constitutional Court in Egypt has ruled that the country’s upper house of parliament, the Shura Council, is invalid.
Nine-year-old Bacho Tsiklauri is the only pupil at the primary school in Makarta, a Georgian village located in a remote mountain gorge.
After a brief lull on Saturday, widespread protests sparked off once more across Turkey as anti-government protestors came head to head with police
Venice’s Biennial is back on for 2013, with a host of sculptures, exhibits and installations from around the world.
More than 150 artists will be
Up to fourteen people are feared dead in the wake of a string of tornadoes in the Midwest of America. Nine fatalities have been confirmed, including
Bundesliga and Champions League winners Bayern Munich completed the treble by defeating Stuttgart 3-2 in the German Cup final in Berlin on Saturday
Local hope Taka Higashino held his nerve to edge out France’s Tom Pages at the first-ever Red Bull X-Fighters stop in Japan on Friday.
The 28 year
Hundreds of people have gathered in Brussels, Madrid and most major German cities in a show of solidarity with protestors in Turkey.
Demonstrations against the Turkish government continued overnight and into Sunday, as thousands of people took part in a wave of protest in several
Nearly sixty anti-fascist protesters were arrested in London at a counter-demonstration against a rival rally by the British National Party.
Protests against austerity measures and high unemployment were held in several European capitals on Saturday.
In Madrid around 7,000 people took to
The Syrian war’s stark sectarian divisions have been highlighted with an appeal from a leading Sunni Muslim cleric for holy war against the