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Third placed Portugal will be hoping to get their World Cup qualification campaign back on track when they face Group F leaders Russia at the Estadio
Defending champion Maria Sharapova kept her composure to outclass Victoria Azarenka in three sets in the semi-finals of the French Open on Thursday
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila have appeared together on state television to confirm publicly that they have separated and
One of Britain’s best known authors, Tom Sharpe, has died aged 85 in northeast Spain.
His “Wilt” series of comedy books and other works such as
Kenyans tortured by British colonial forces during the Mau Mau insurgency in the 1950s are to get compensation worth a total of over 23 million
Dozens of amateur parachutists jumped over northern France, watched by veterans of the Normandy landings on the 69th anniversary.
The flooding in Central Europe continues to submerge parts of cities and swamp agricultural land. In the eastern German region around Dresden, people
Football players from Libya’s national team returned to training on Thursday ahead of their World Cup qualifying match against the Democratic
The European Central Bank’s chief Mario Draghi and his policymakers held off from any change in its main interest rate at their monthly meeting on
Mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli takes the lead in the lastest, production of Vincenzo Bellini’s romantic tragedy ‘Norma’.
It tells the story of a
Esther Jane Williams, former swimming champion and Hollywood star has died. She was 91 years old.
Born on the 8th of August 1921, Williams set
With travel usually our second biggest expense after accommodation, car-sharing isn’t a new idea. Therefore when Martin Voorzanger ditched his car in
San Francisco’s Popexpert is a company that embraces the idea of “Sharing Economy”. Ingrid Sanders, the founder and CEO, wanted to learn more about
Fiona Disegni, CEO Rentez-Vous
French fashion rental company, Rentez-Vous, is an excellent example of the philosophy of the “Sharing Economy” in
Jeremiah Owyang, Partner, Altimeter Group
Altimeter Group was named as one of 2010’s “Five Most Creative Small Businesses” by Fast Company. They
Level 39 is Europe’s largest accelerator space at the heart of London’s Canary Wharf. It’s built to become a hub for some of the world’s smartest
Eze Vidra, Head of Campus, Google
Google, one of the world’s largest corporations today, began from a garage. The company still values start-ups
Opposition figures have expressed their concern over the trial of 12 anti-Putin demonstrators.
Dissidents interviewed by euronews fear the Russian
Despite the protests in Istanbul’s Taksim Square and elsewhere, Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan insists the plan to redevelop a park
After a 35-year break, heavy metal vets, Black Sabbath, are back with a new album and a reinvigorated Ozzy Osbourne returned to the helm. Equally
Police have arrested four people in connection with an attack that killed a teenager in Paris. Those in custody are three men and a woman.
Woody devotees, Nemo zealots and WALL-E fanatics are all making their way to Amsterdam to visit a new celebratory exhibition, entitled ‘Pixar: 25
Eighteen photographs of Moscow’s famous Red Square taken by a chimp called Mikki have been sold for over 58,000 euros at a Sotheby’s auction in
‘The Hijacking’ tells the gripping story of four months of negotiations over a Danish merchant, seized by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean.
According to a top secret court order, the National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting millions of phone records from Verizon customers in the
The Simón Bolívar National Award of Journalism 2013 was awarded today to the former Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez.
Journalist Lil Rodríguez, a
As the International Monetary Fund admitted making mistakes in its handling of Greece’s bailout, the latest jobless total there illustrated the pain
Syrian government forces have recaptured a UN- monitored crossing in the Golan heights only hours after rebels claimed to have seized it.
Words like zyzzyva, euouae and uintaite aren’t in many people’s vocabulary, but 8-year-old Lewis Hawkins uses them regularly.
Lewis took up
In Taksim square, central Istanbul, protesters are still camped out, surrounded by remnants of their previous nights rioting.
They have been here