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Tens of thousands have hit the streets of Paris as The City of Light celebrates Gay Pride, exactly one month to the day since France conducted its
In Istanbul Taksim Square buzzed with the sound of protesters once again chanting ‘together against fascism’. Thousands gathered to denounce the
Bursting Brussels’ bubble, it appears the US National Security Agency has been spying on the EU institutions.
German magazine Der Spiegel’s online
As many celebrated gay pride across the world, a peaceful protest for gay rights in Russia descended into violence as anti-gay protesters threw eggs
The first stage of the 100th Tour de France has been won by Germany’s Marcel Kittel.
For the first time the race was taking to the roads of
British Prime Minister David Cameron has made a surprise visit to Afghanistan hoping to revive stalled Taliban peace talks and reassure Afghan troops
Iran’s president-elect Hassan Rohani has said he will appoint ministers from across its political spectrum as Iranian voters had chosen a path of
Iran intends to produce “about 20,000 megawatts of nuclear-generated electricity” over the next few years, according to the Director of the Atomic
Italian astrophysicist Margherita Hack has died after being hospitalised for heart problems. The 91-year-old had wished to live for another thousand
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma says Nelson Mandela remains in critical but stable condition, however, he hopes he’ll be able to leave hospital
Death Valley in California certainly lived up to its name as temperatures climbed up to 50 degrees celsius. The US is experiencing a heat wave which
Brazil and Spain are gearing up for a showdown on Sunday in football’s Confederations Cup final.
They have not faced in other in over 27 years
Violent confrontations in Alexandria have left two Egyptians and one American dead. The 21-year-old US citizen’s identity has been confirmed as
Barack Obama has paid tribute to Nelson Mandela during his visit to South Africa.
Out of deference to the ailing anti-apartheid leader’s peace and
Fists and chairs went flying when Club Independiente fans in Buenos Aires took out their anger at their team’s relegation from Argentina’s premier
Alcohol consumption has historically been a contentious issue in the United States but nowadays home-brewing is increasingly a big
Italian fugitive Cesare Battisti faces extradition from Brazil back to Italy after he lost his appeal against using false immigration stamps on his
Same-sex marriages have resumed in California after a court of appeal lifted an order banning them.
The moment the order was dissolved activists
Turkish security forces have killed one person and wounded nine others after opening fire on a group of protesters in the Kurdish-dominated province
Same-sex marriages have resumed in California after a court of appeal lifted a five-year ban in the wake of a landmark US Supreme Court ruling.
Concerned South Africans have maintained their vigil outside the hospital in Pretoria where Nelson Mandela is said to be in a stable, but critical
A senior Catholic cleric has been arrested as part of a probe into corruption and fraud at the Vatican Bank.
Monsignor Nunzio Scarano, employed in
The warm-up for mass rallies for the Egyptian president’s one year anniversary in office are in full-swing in the capital. Cairo’s Tahrir Square