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Police in Chile have arrested more than 100 students as they moved to evict protesters from 21 Santiago schools.
The evictions come a day after
The former treasurer of the ruling Popular Party in Spain Luis Barcenas has been sent to prison without bail.
The examining magistrate Pablo Ruz
Visiting Goree Island as the first African American President, Barack Obama said it was a very powerful moment. The port of the Senegalese island was
European leaders are meeting with industry and trade union figures at this EU summit to discuss how to fight unemployment.
The new head of one of
Click to a pharmacy online, the internet has a host of medicines and pills for sale but many of them are fake. Around a hundred countries have taken
Protests have broken out in Kosovo’s parliament in response to a decision to create normal ties with neighbouring Serbia.
The EU-brokered agreement
Huge flames have engulfed buildings in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, when a fuel tanker turned over and caught fire.
The fire spread
The results are in: Mongolia’s president has won a second term in power after national elections.
Tsakhia Elbegdorj was tipped as the favourite and
The number of people out of work in Germany unexpectedly declined in June, underscoring the strength of the domestic economy.
The total fell by
New Paris St Germain manager Laurent Blanc announced on Thursday that he was not too concerned about not being the French champions’ first choice to
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Oddly, Shawn Knowles-Carter’s twelfth studio album won’t be preceded by any singles, but we have heard its
European Union leaders gathered for the start of a two-day summit in Brussels. Their focus is action against youth unemployment. Their aim is to
In Qunu, the home village of former South African president Nelson Mandela, residents fear they may never see their beloved Madiba again. Many came
Major events, such as concerts or sports matches, can involve risks. When too many people are in a space which is too small or badly adapted to their
Australia’s Mark Webber will leave champions Red Bull and Formula One at the end of the season after signing a deal with Porsche to race at Le Mans
Republic of Ecuador
The mystery continues as to the whereabouts of fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden.
It appears he has not yet left Russia and is still waiting in
European officials have finally reached a deal on bank rescues.
After lengthy talks, the region’s finance ministers overcame significant
Winner of Egypt’s presidency with nearly 52 percent of the people’s votes, Mohammed Mursi took the oath of office almost exactly one year ago. It had
Workers at a factory in China have set their boss free. He had been detained by them for almost a week in a dispute over pay.
Bruce Willis, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren are back in RED 2.
Willis stars as a former black-ops CIA agent who cannot seem to stay
Oum El Ghaït Benessahraoui is a true Moroccan diva. With her trademark seductive voice, she performed at the Gnaoua World Music Festival, on the
Barack Obama has described Nelson Mandela as a “hero for the world” as well as a “personal hero”, adding that his legacy “will linger on throughout
The new Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Than, who has just succeeded his father, formed a new government on Wednesday.
Sheikh Hamad seemed
Metro and train stations in Portugal were deserted on Thursday as the country’s trade unions staged a one day strike.
Trains were idle with the
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June 27, 1954: the world’s first nuclear power station opens in Obninsk, in the USSR. It was the first civilian nuclear power station in the world
It turns out Britain did not suffer a double-dip recession early last year as previously thought.
The UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) has
Nelson Mandela’s family have emerged from the hospital where he is staying to say that he is in a critical but stable condition.
There is little sign that the Egyptian president’s olive branch offered to opponents has done anything to appease his critics, ahead of mass protests
Fifty-two-year-old Kimberly McCarthy became the 500th person to be executed in Texas on Wednesday. Texas is the first state to reach such a number of