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The European Union has confirmed that projects in Israeli settlements built on occupied Palestinian land will no longer qualify for EU funding
Records were broken in the French League on Tuesday when PSG spent a reported chart-topping 64 million euros for Napoli striker Edison Cavani.
Locals hardly noticed the Norwegian living amongst them in the sleepy village of Salon La Tour in Correze in France. Known for his taste in military
Italian police are investigating Jamaican sprinters Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson as well as their physical trainer on suspicion of violating
Tired of Pho and Bun Bo? Then try a burger. That is the message from McDonald’s to the Vietnamese.
The world’s largest fast food chain has
The Syrian conflict has displaced millions. The UN says it is the worst humanitarian crisis in nearly 20 years. The number of Syrian people seeking
Almost a fortnight since the military took control of Egypt, a new cabinet has been sworn in.
Hazem Beblawi becomes the interim prime minister. The
The design of a new French stamp has enraged the right wing after its designer admitted he had been inspired by the Ukranian Femen leader Inna
The King of Spain’s son-in-law, Inaki Urdangarin, the Duke of Parma, has testified to a court in Barcelona where he is taking action against his
NASA had to abort a planned spacewalk from the ISS on Tuesday, just an hour into a planned six-hour task, when a water leak started filling Italian
After 80 days of medical treatment in France, Algeria’s President Bouteflika has returned home. The 76-year-old, in power for more than a decade, had
Portugal’s Rui Costa claimed his second career Tour de France stage victory on Tuesday after the Movistar rider soloed across the line to win stage
There are more grim predictions on jobs from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in its latest employment outlook
Six of the world’s major powers hope to resume nuclear talks with Iran once the country’s president-elect takes over next month.
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In 1948 when Britain’s Prince Charles was born, his father Prince Phillip, famously, was not by his beloved’s side, but getting in a game of squash
Russian punk protest group Pussy Riot have released a new video criticsing Russia’s natural resources and economy. Their first release for almost a
The European Union has confirmed that it will no longer allow EU funding to go to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Ernie Els handed back the iconic Claret Jug this week ahead of the defence of his Open Championship title at Muirfield, in Scotland.
A North Korean registered ship has been seized in Panama by drug enforcement officials, acting on a tip-off.
Hidden in containers under the cargo
Reacting to further fuel for anger: Greece’s parliament has approved taking legal action against George Papaconstantinou, who was finance minister
Russian President Vladimir Putin took to a red submarine to dive 50 metres (164 ft.) and examine the wreck of a 19th century frigate. It is Putin’s
They have been called, ‘The Lost Generation’, the young people across Europe who cannot find work. In some countries the figures for youth
European car sales slumped to their lowest total in 20 years in the first six months of 2013 with the region’s auto industry hit by heavy losses from
French police have arrested a Norwegian neo-Nazi on suspicion of being on the brink of committing a “major terrorist act”, the words of French
Iceland’s prime minister has told Brussels that voters have the final say over whether their country joins the EU or not.
Accession talks were
US surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden has requested temporary asylum in Russia, according to his lawyer.
Snowden is currently holed up in
The quadrennial US Boy Scout Jamboree opened at a new site in the West Virginia mountains on Monday. The inclusion of girls marks a first for the
A two-year old girl has been overwhelmed with pizza from online well-wishers after her mother posted a sign on her hospital window asking for
Greek workers held a general strike on Tuesday, led by the public sector unions, over a law that will go before parliament on Wednesday that they
China continues to step up its probe into alleged bribery by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline to illegally boost sales and inflate the price of its