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The US and Jordan have ended annual joint military exercises in the Arab country, with the drills taking on heightened significance due to the war
For the second season running UEFA have banned Russian topflight club Anzhi from playing their European matches at home due to security concerns in
In Istanbul’s Galata Square, just a kilometre from Taksim Square, a group of residents gathered to leave pairs of shoes – memorials to those who
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sent financial markets reeling when he said the US economy is expanding strongly
enough for the central bank to
Controversial French politician Marine Le Pen is one step closer to having her parliamentary immunity lifted, paving the way for criminal charges to
There are over 3,000 accredited journalists at Le Bourget.
Their work is not easy. First, because the events, announcements of new contracts, and
Residents in the Egyptian city of Luxor protested on June 19, decrying the appointment of a member of a hardline Islamist group as the new governor
Senior bankers who are particularly reckless with customers’ – or taxpayers’ – money should face criminal charges, fines, and even jail terms.
In a wide-ranging foreign policy speech in Berlin – his first in Germany as US President – Barack Obama has pledged to negotiate more nuclear weapons
A group of Syrian rebels has claimed responsibility in a video for killing four Shi’ites in Lebanon this week – another example of how Syria’s civil
Gyula Horn the former prime minister and foreign minister of Hungary has died in hospital at the age of 81 after a long illness. He was instrumental
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said his government would not participate in US peace talks with the Taliban, explaining that all such negotiations
Former Real Madrid boss Bernd Schuster has been unveiled as the new coach of Spanish side Malaga.
The 53-year-old German began his job on Wednesday
World Trade Organisation Director-General Pascal Lamy has hit back at EU Commission President José Manuel Barroso’s claim that France was being
These days every large protest has its corresponding hashtags and key-word on social media: Tunisia was #Jan14, Egypt was #Jan26 and the recent
As World Refugee Day looms, hundreds of Syrian children forced to flee the fighting in their country have decorated kites with messages for world
Former Hungarian prime minister Gyula Horn has died aged 81, it was announced on Wednesday. He had been hospitalised in 2007 and had been suffering a
The International Monetary Fund is warning that Spain risks high joblessness and sluggish growth for years unless its takes “urgent action”.
According to the UN’s refugee agency (UNHCR) the number of people currently in situations of displacement has hit 45 million, the highest figure for
The city of Rotterdam in The Netherlands is Europe’s largest port, strategically located at the mouth of the Rhine and the Maas rivers.
Trying to reverse years of losses, Alcatel-Lucent has unveiled another survival plan.
The telecom firm said it will focus on specialised networking
Nine drugmakers have been fined by EU competition regulators for blocking a cheaper anti-depressant medicine from coming to the market.
LeAnn Rimes’s 11th studio album – ‘Spitfire’ – looks to set the record straight on her infidelity with Eddie Cibrian.
Rimes became a tabloid
‘Lord of the Rings’ flooded New Zealand with tourists; Sicily was swamped after the success of ‘The Postman’; the platforms at Kings Cross station
Total orders at the end of day one of the Paris air-show might have topped $30bn, but sales are not restricted to manned aircraft alone.
Iranians poured onto the streets to celebrate the election of Hassan Rouhani on 15 June. Some of them filmed the celebrations and sent their images
What a difference 5 years makes. US President Barack Obama has returned to a more sober welcome in Berlin than in 2008, when as a candidate, he drew
Industrial tension in Spain against a background of chronically high unemployment came to a head in the Basque country with the forced eviction of 70
Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group is betting big on the British luxury market.
It is to spend the equivalent of 370 million euros to buy