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The shock exit of Portugal’s Foreign Minister, Paulo Portas has plunged the government into crisis. Prime Minister Passos Coelho is fighting to keep
France’s environment minister, Delphine Batho, is out of a job after slating government budget cuts on national television.
She criticised the 7
Russia’s lower house of parliament has approved a pardon for thousands of prisoners convicted of business-related crimes.
The amnesty will apply to
The Swamp Soccer World Cup – when the beautiful game becomes one of the dirtiest.
This edition of the annual event took place in Blairmore, on the
Spying on friends… it could be the title of a work of fiction, but it’s just what Europeans have been up in arms about; according to arch
“He must leave,” the chants from the thousands of protesters filled the Cairo air aimed at President Mohamed Mursi.
It is claimed that Egypt’s
The euro has become less popular as the region’s sovereign debt crisis made investors wary of the single European currency.
As a result countries
Apple has reportedly applied for trademark status for the name ‘iWatch’ in Japan, Taiwan, Russia and Mexico.
The Japan application is to cover
There have been riots in the small town of Vradiyevka in southern Ukraine after the gang rape of a woman, allegedly involving local police
Orica-GreenEdge enjoyed their second straight win in the Tour de France on Tuesday after reigning supreme in stage four’s team time trial.
MEPs have again hit out at Hungary’s recent constitutional reforms, calling them undemocratic.
Portugal’s Rui Tavares, the Green MEP behind a
A Russian rocket carrying three navigation satellites worth around $200 million crashed shortly after lift-off from the Russian-leased Baikonur
South Africa’s most famous leader still sustains the poor people of his country – in spirit. We find this in the township of Alexandra, near
Portuguese Foreign Minister Paulo Portas has handed in his resignation.
The government number two quit his post just 24 hours after Finance
A South African court has ruled that the graves of three of Nelson Mandela’s children must be returned to their original burial site.
The AFP news
Princess Fawazia, the first wife of the Shah of Iran and a daughter and sister of Egyptian kings has died aged 92, a member of the former royal
Former Chad leader Hissene Habre has appeared in court in the Senagalese capital Dakar. The 70-year-old has been charged with crimes against
Bulgarians calling for the resignation of their one-month old government have changed tack with a caffeine-fuelled protest.
“Let’s Meet Over A Cup
The Vatican’s sainthood committee has recognised Pope Jean Paul II’s second miracle, only eight years after his death.
The healing of a woman from
Russian media magnate Alexander Lebvedev has avoided a jail sentence after being convicted of battery.
He will serve 150 hours community service
Greece is under pressure to reassure Europe and the International Monetary Fund that it can deliver on the terms of its international bailout in
The US PGA Tour announced this week it has agreed to ban anchored putting, narrowly avoiding a potentially damaging split with the sport’s two
Rally legend Sebastien Loeb was breaking records behind the wheel again but this time in a race to the clouds.
The nine-time world rally champion
There were fond farewells for President Barack Obama at Dar es Salaam airport as the curtain came down on the president’s three-nation African tour
Italians are hopeful that the Pope will be successful in cleaning up the scandal-hit Vatican bank, after its two top officials stepped down.
Around one million people poured into Agadir for the 10th anniversary edition of the Timitar Festival, a music festival which celebrates Berber
The 48th Karlovy Vary international film festival is in full swing in the Czech spa town , with Hollywood A-lister John Travolta in town to receive a
A huge question mark hangs over the fate of former US security service contractor-turned-whistleblower Edward Snowden as he awaits news on asylum
The Portuguese government’s cost of borrowing has risen after the country’s finance minister quit, as did the cost of insuring its debt against