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France has been stripped of its last triple-A credit rating by the agency Fitch. The country’s uncertain debt outlook, lack of growth and the ongoing
Britain’s Heathrow airport was shut down on Friday after a Boeing 787 Dreamliner caught fire on the runway.
The airport was later reopened and
Opposing camps in Egypt have presented different versions of the recent political decay into bloodshed. Spanish TVE television carried a report
Mark Cavendish claimed his second stage win of this year’s Tour de France on Friday .
After a third and second place finish in the previous two
At least seven people have been killed after a packed French train derailed at high speed south of Paris.
Dozens more passengers were injured.
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The United States and the European Union have started talks on a Transatlantic trade agreement. Expectations are extremely high from both sides as
Runways at London’s Heathrow airport have reopened after being closed due to a fire which broke out on an Ethiopian Airlines 787 Dreamliner.
Talks between the United States and the European Union on the world’s biggest trade deal seem to have got off to a good start, but the hard
At least seven people have been killed and dozens injured in a train crash south of Paris.
The French interior Minister confirmed the deaths when
Analysts have been calling Portugal a political time bomb for quite a while. The ticking is growing louder.
The Speaker of the chamber, Assunção
Pro- Mohammed Mursi supporters have been demonstrating in a Cairo suburb as part of a campaign to have their former president re-instated.
Seven people died and several dozen were injured when a regional train derailed en route from Paris to the central city of Limoges, Interior Minister
Portugal is facing another hurdle towards the goal of ending its dependence on international funding.
The opposition Socialist party is demanding a
The Spanish government has ordered a major overhaul of the energy sector that will cost companies and consumers billions.
The problem is a growing
Confucius told his disciple Tsze-kung three things are needed for government: weapons, food and trust. If a ruler can’t have all three, said the
Fugitive Edward Snowden has asked for temporary asylum in Russia and plans to go to Latin America eventually.
That is according to one tweet
The Vatican announced Friday that it has frozen the funds of a senior cleric who is at the centre of a suspected money smuggling
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzei has addressed the United Nations.
She spoke of the horrifying moment she was shot by Taliban gunmen:
What if your county needs more agriculture than engineering graduates? Can education be manipulated to raise awareness of certain issues facing the
A Saudi princess charged with human trafficking has been freed, after posting $5 million bail. She had been arrested in California the day
Food rationing in Cuba is marking its 50th anniversary but the world’s longest running system of its kind is on its way out as part of government
Tallinn’s TV tower decided to mark its 33rd birthday by holding an international base jumping event. For three days more than 60 base jumpers from
French carmaker Renault has cut its domestic and global market forecasts after sales of its vehicles fell by 1.9 percent in the first six months of
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzei is to address the United Nations in New York.
Malala, who celebrates her 16th birthday today, will speak as
The digital age has brought closure on over a 160 years of history in India. The last telegram has been sent in the sub continent as the state-owned
Eurozone factory output fell in May for the first time in four months.
Industrial production in the 17 countries using the single currency was down
Standard & Poor’s has upgraded its outlook on Ireland’s credit rating.
Based on the opinion that Dublin’s debt may fall faster than expected, its
Four people have been gored during the sixth running of the bulls at Spain’s San Fermin Festival, causing panic in the packed streets of Pamplona