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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, himself in hiding from possible US extradition has hailed the American spying whistleblower Edward Snowden as a
European countries are lining up to condemn allegations of US spying on the EU. Referring to the Der Spiegal magazine reports, Germany’s justice
Belgian Jan Bakelants has won the second stage of the Tour de France in his first professional win.
The 26 year old team Radioshack rider
Treading on the ground where Nelson Mandela once stepped, US President Barack Obama visited Robben Island. It was here where Mandela spent 18 of his
Vladimir Putin has signed a decree banning so-called homosexual “propaganda” in Russia.
It is a nationwide version of laws already in place in
Near the presidential palace in Cairo, supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi rallied to his side, just a few kilometres away from opposition
Germany’s Nico Rosberg claimed his second race victory of the season on Sunday by winning a thrilling, action-packed British Grand Prix at
Prayers continue to be said for Nelson Mandela outside the Pretoria hospital where he has spent the last three weeks being treated for a severe lung
It is no happy anniversary for Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi as thousands of people have gathered in Cairo to urge him to step down.
The European Union has called for explanations from the United States as Germany reels from new NSA spy claims.
German magazine Der Spiegel cites a
In Pakistan, at least 15 people have been killed and dozens more hurt by a large bomb attack in north-western Peshawar.
A number of children and
US President Barack Obama says his government will provide nearly 5.4 billion euros over the next five years to help combat power blackouts in
The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series made it’s way to the Azores this weekend.
Initially rough seas threatened to derail the dive, but after only
Republic of Ecuador
Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has denied granting asylum to the former US spy agency whistleblower Edward Snowden.
He has described as
US Secretary of State John Kerry has extended his latest Middle East peace mission.
America’s top diplomat has been moving between Amman and
Hundreds of Bulgarians spent a 16th consecutive night on the streets of Sofia calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Plamen
Croatia becomes the European Union’s 28th member at midnight on Sunday.
There will be a ceremony in the capital Zagreb but no major celebrations
In a visit dominated by the fading health of former South African president Nelson Mandela. US President Barack Obama attended banquet with current
Egypt is braced for a day of mass protest as hundreds of thousands of Egyptians attempt to unseat their freely elected president, Mohammed
US Vice-President Joe Biden has asked Ecuador to refuse asylum for fugitive ex-CIA analyst Edward Snowden.
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said