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Tens of thousands of German Turks have been demonstrating in Cologne.
The march was organised by Germany’s Alevi community to show their solidarity
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich has admitted for the first time that he received blood-doping treatment from Spanish doctor Eufemiano
Severe floods in northern India have already claimed nearly 600 lives and the figures are expected to rise despite the waters beginning to
Japan’s Mount Fuji has been announced as a World Cultural Heritage Site by the UNESCO World Heritage committee. The 3776 metre high mountain is
Russia’s leaders turned out on Saturday to commemorate the anniversary of the start of what is known in the country as the Great Patriotic War when
A four storey building has collapsed in the Indian city of Mumbai. At least seven people have been reported killed. This latest incident has come
In celebration of the summer solstice, residents and visitors in the Polish city of Poznan released thousands of paper lanterns. Midsummer Kupala
More than 200 people took part in a nude solstice swim in the River Derwent in Australia. By spending several minutes in the cold water they revived
Western and Arab allies of the Syrian opposition meeting in Qatar have promised to urgently supply all the material and equipment necessary to the
The backlash from the closing of Greek broadcaster ERT is continuing with the announcement that the smallest party in the country has quit the
The big three Italian trade unions buried their differences to organise a day of protest against austerity on Saturday, and mobilised at least
New details of cable tapping has been reported by British daily, The Guardian. The report reveals that Britain’s spy agency the GCHQ has tapped
Lisbon put on a different kind of musical extravaganza on Friday night with boats, trams, trucks and bells using their distinctive sounds to make
In the midst of the biggest nationwide protests against the government in decades Brazilians have taken to the streets to express their anger at a
Riots and protests have continued in Rio de Janeiro and across Brazil.
The country’s president, Dilma Rouseff, condemned the violence and
European finance ministers have so far failed to reach an agreement on who should pay up when banks collapse.
An 18 hour meeting in Luxembourg
The United States has filed criminal charges against Edward Snowden, the man who told the world about the US’s secret surveillance programmes.
Activists in Turkey have continued their presence in Istanbul’s Taksim Square, holding a silent protest.
In Ankara, there more demonstrations
Flash floods have hit the Canadian oil capital Calgary, where many of the city’s roads have been engulfed by water.
Authorities evacuated the whole