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A former transplant surgeon has been elected as the new mayor of Rome.
Ignazio Marino, who had a distinguished medical career before becoming a
On Monday workers began demolishing the San Mamés Stadium – more commonly known as ‘The Cathedral’ and home to Spanish topflight club Athletic
Fears over Nelson Mandela’s health continue to grow as his condition is still being described as “serious”. The ninety-four year old former South
Flooding has continued to cause misery in Germany after a dam broke in the Fischbeck area in the north east on Monday.
Over the weekend, around
Turkey’s stock market slid further on Monday after the prime minister accused banks, some of the country’s largest companies, economists and
Surrounded by almost 300 hundred national and international journalists, Jose Mourinho held his first press conference since signing a four-year deal
The first stop in the Mountain Bike World Cup downhill series turned out to be a family affair after brother and sister Gee and Rachel Atherton
Malta’s former European Commissioner John Dalli will face no criminal charges over a lobbying scandal, Maltese police said on Monday.
The weird world of tennis rankings was once again highlighted this week when, despite winning a record breaking eighth French Open crown, Rafael
Stephane Richard, the chief executive of French telecoms firm Orange has been questioned over an arbitration process that led to a large pay-out to
Anti-government protests in Bosnia have stretched into a second week, with hundreds of people marching through Sarajevo’s streets to parliament on
Famous for his unique writing skills, and an ability to move smoothly from reality to science fiction, Iain Banks has now stepped beyond the limits
It was the worst flooding ever recorded in Budapest but now, slowly, the levels of the river Danube are coming down.
The Danube peaked at 8.91
Edward Snowden, the man behind the latest massive leak of US intelligence, continues to divide opinion over his fate. After copying top secret
As well as being Europe’s largest tech conference, LeWeb is also the most international, attracting attendees from around the world. London, with the
In Sudan, civilian populations living in rebel-controlled areas in the Blue Nile State are being deliberately targeted by Sudanese military forces
With the results coming in the right in Italy appears to be heading for a debacle in local elections. The left is on course to take all the major
Purple dyed water fired from high pressure cannons has been used to disperse angry government workers in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Michelin is cutting just over 700 jobs at its Joué-lès-Tours plant in the Loire region of France.
It is the latest car industry manufacturer to
Six men who conspired to attack a rally by the UK’s far-right English Defence League (EDL) in June 2012 have been given lengthy prison sentences in
A suspected stowaway who was found perched precariously beside the rear propeller of a passenger ferry has been arrested in Spain.
This is a night club with a difference. Although they play music here at the “Deaf Lounge” in the Tottenham district of London, not everyone can hear
Some women wear a wedding dress only when they marry. But on Saturday (June 8) in the Estonian town of Narva, married and single women alike donned
Kabang, the dog from the Philippines that lost half her face saving the lives of two girls, was given a hero’s welcome on returning to her hometown
More than 1,000 exotic animals including albino lions and hornbill birds have been discovered on the outskirts of Bangkok by Thai police.
The Japanese government along with the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) are aiming to speed up the removal of spent fuel rods from two of the
Fighting is intensifying in northern Syria as rebels fear a big army offensive just days after President Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian forces and Lebanese
In western Norway, scientists are testing autonomous devices that can detect and understand what is happening underwater.
Kyle Zhang, who is a
‘This Is The End’ promises to be the most spiritually uplifting, drug-and-chocolate-bar-drenched, end-of-the-world movie of all time. Directed by