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Almost 40 years to the day after his death, iconic martial arts actor Bruce Lee is being featured in an extremely controversial TV advert, which was
Head to the park for a picnic this summer and you might find you are the one who is on the menu.
In Europe, mosquitos are out in full force
A car bomb has exploded in the ethnically-mixed Iraqi city of Kirkuk, killing one and injuring six others.
The bloodshed is the latest in a
Thousands of demonstrators have been marching in cities across the United States after the acquittal of a man accused of shooting dead an unarmed
João Maria de Souza was killed last Thursday when a cow fell through the roof of his home in Caratinga, southeast Brazil, according to local police
Long periods of unemployment and a lack of motivation can make it difficult to get and keep a job.
A Dutch company has designed a tailored
At least three people have been killed and close to 20 injured in a rocket-propelled grenade attack in Egypt’s North Sinai province
At least 20 people have been injured, some of them seriously, in a pile up of runners and bulls at the entrance to Pamplona’s arena. This followed
‘Cupcakes 4 Kids with Cancer’ organised a fun day with children and adults in Johannesburg to make a giant portrait of former South African president
A young man squashed an egg on Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski’s shoulder during his visit to Lutsk, Ukraine. The 21-year-old man was carrying
The Indian Holy Festival of Colours has been celebrated for the first time in Vienna, Austria. The 11,000 tickets sold out in one day and the event
China’s GDP has slowed in the second quarter to 7.5 percent.
Data shows that Chinese exports fell 3.1 percent last month after analysts predicted a
A body thought to be that of French hostage Philippe Verdon has been found in northern Mali. It is believed he may have died several weeks ago
Unlike the world’s press, Britain’s Prince William appears not to be too concerned about the imminent arrival of his first child. On Sunday he was
Bulgaria’s anti-government protests have entered their second month. People have been gathering for 31 consecutive days in the capital Sofia
July 15, 1799. The Rosetta Stone is found by French Captain Pierre-François Bouchard during the Napoleon’s Egyptian Campaign in the village of
Shortly after Tyson Gay’s shocking doping revelations, Jamaican sprinters Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson also tested positive for a banned
Egypt’s troops looked on as Mursi loyalists staged yet another rally in support of the ousted president.
One week ago 53 people were killed in
President Barack Obama has called for calm as thousands have protested in cities across the US over the George Zimmerman acquittal.
The verdict has
Spain’s beleaguered Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will face the press later today during a visit by his Polish counterpart. It will be the first time
A wave of bomb attacks across Iraq on Sunday have left at least 34 people dead and scores injured.
Three bombs exploded in quick succession in