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A court in Kirov has jailed the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny for five years for theft.
It is an unexpectedly heavy punishment for a a
Accused US intelligence leaker Bradley Manning could be facing a long time in prison.
Lawyers today failed to have one of the most severe charges
Starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson as real-life paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren, James Wan’s supernatural thriller ‘The
Christophe Riblon finally offered the cycling-mad French their first home victory of the 100th edition of the Tour de France on Thursday when he won
‘Only God Forgives’ shot on location in Bangkok,Thailand opens in the US this week. The film stars a peroxide blonde, chain-smoking Kristin
The European Central Bank has said it will ease the rules on what it will accept as collateral from banks.
The thinking behind that is the banks
US rapper Snoop Dogg opened the proceedings at this year’s Wireless Festival. The shirtless hordes of music fans were not turned off by the London
A senior violinist at Russia’s Bolshoi theatre has died after falling into the orchestra pit below the stage.
Viktor Sedov had played for the
The future stars of opera have been singing their souls out at the prestigious summer school at the Georg Solti Accademia in Tuscany – named after
More excerpts from our interview with Lady Valerie Solti.
They are on the global trail of what is a criminal sleight of hand, having us believe what is fake is in fact genuine. In a series of Interpol-led
A French hostage held by Islamist militants found dead in Mali on Monday was killed by a shot to the head, a post-mortem has revealed.
Steam has been spotted rising from a damaged building inside Japan’s crippled nuclear power plant in Fukushima.
The company responsible, Tepco
Thousands of angry protesters in the Kashmir region took to the streets today after government forces were said to have killed villagers at an
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble has been making waves in Greece.
After praising Athens for making financial reforms crucial to receiving
In May this year, a serious leak of ammonium coolant caused an emergency on the International Space Station. There was only one way to fix the
July 21, 1969. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon and Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. With Aldrin, they stayed
The questions continue about Nokia’s recovery as it released disappointing quarterly sales figures for smartphones and its basic models.
He was full of smiles in the courtroom, but Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has just been sentenced to five years jail for theft.
Scores of Bulgarians took to the streets of the capital Sofia on Friday, the 176th anniversary of the birth of the country’s national hero, Vasil
July 20, 1976. The spacecraft Viking 1 landed on Mars and was the first spacecraft to accomplish this mission. It was part of the Viking project
Science has rarely seduced so many. CERN’s atom smashing Large Hadron Collider has had the world transfixed and probably, for the first time in
Television thriller ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ and medieval fantasy ‘Game of Thrones’ led the nominees for primetime TV Emmy Awards.
In a new
Five days after a train crash which killed six people and injured dozens more, the station of Brétigny-sur-Orge has reopened to passengers.
Letting the train take the strain is the thinking behind a new cargo transport service just launched from China to Germany.
The idea is to save
July 19, 1900 The Parisian Métro opens its first line during the Exposition Universelle (World Fair), which took place in the French capital from
Scientists have created an “intelligent” surgical knife that can detect in seconds whether tissue being cut is cancerous, promising more effective
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denied that Israel has agreed to resume peace talks with the Palestinians on the basis of working with
Some of the biggest technology names are suffering because of the shift to mobile computing from traditional PC-based systems.