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At least 30 people have been killed in violence across Egypt, after Islamist President Mohamed Mursi was removed from power by the army.
Fighting in the Egyptian capital of Cairo has intensified following the death of three protesters on Friday.
Islamist supporters of deposed
Mohammed Badie, the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, has told a protest rally that he was prepared to reach a deal with the army, but only
The next payout of international aid to Greece could be split into instalments because Athens has not met an end-of-week deadline to decide which
Slovakia’s Peter Sagan timed his sprint perfectly to clinch stage seven of the Tour de France in Albi on Friday.
The Cannondale rider looked in
More bad news for Portugal, as the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s revised its sovereign credit outlook downward to negative from stable.
Thousands of pro-Mursi supporters have taken to the streets across Egypt in what is being called a ‘Friday of Rage.’
They are calling for Mursi
The numbers of gang rapes in Egypt has soared, being used as a terror method against women. In the past few days, it has become endemic, rights
The European Parliament has finally agreed on a seven-year budget plan, after months of disagreement and sectarian and national clashes over the
At least three people have been killed and several wounded in Cairo outside the Republican guard barracks where deposed president Mohamed Mursi is
The members of the Mandela clan are quarrelling over where their most famous elder should eventually be buried. He grew up in Qunu. This is where
It’s been three weeks. Determined anti-government protests rock the Bulgarian capital Sofia for the second time this year. Thousands of young
Lithuania has been handed the reins of the EU’s rotating presidency at a ceremony in Vilnius.
Lithuania is the first former Soviet republic to take
Egypt has closed the Rafah border crossing with Gaza after attacks in the area by suspected Islamist militants .
Four sites were targeted in
A political crisis in Portugal, sparked by resignations in the government, has dragged the country deeper into economic crisis.
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly, MEPs call for an inquiry into US surveillance programs and they give the green light to a new draft deal on
In a televised speech on Friday, Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev urged political leaders to reach out to demonstrators who have taken to the
The newly-appointed interim head of state in Egypt, Adli Mansour, has dissolved the country’s parliament by decree on Friday, according to state
Are more students choosing to do PhDs rather than starting a career? If so, why? Does it really help when it comes to finding a job? And for those
Britain is in the grip of an outbreak of royal babyitis as the countdown to birth of the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge begins in
According to eyewitnesses at least three protesters have been killed outside the Republican Guard barracks in Cairo, where deposed President Mohammed
Young and old continue to keep a vigil for Nelson Mandela outside his hospital in Pretoria. Hundreds of balloons were released as well-wishers
There was a brighter picture on the US labour front in June as job growth there increased more than expected.
Employers added 195,000 workers to
Six years jail and a one million roubles fine (23,000 euros), was the potential sentence tweeted by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny from the
There was an unexpected drop in German industrial orders in May, as domestic demand for consumer goods slid. Orders fell 1.3 percent from the
Samsung is forecasting quarterly earnings that are below the already modest expectations for the electronics giant.
That has increased concerns
There has been more heavy bombing in the city of Homs in Syria. Amateur videos put online by activists appear to show government shelling of rebel
With the due date of June 13 for the birth of the newest member of the UK royal family fast approaching, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will
Chardonnay, Fergie, Elvis, Stan? Which name would you pick for a future King or Queen? If you think the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate and