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The ruling bloc of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has secured a decisive victory in the Upper House, giving it a majority in both houses of
Anti-government protests have been continuing outside Bulgaria’s parliament over the weekend.
Demonstrations have been held for more than five
Team Sky’s Chris Froome finished safely in Paris on Sunday to become Britain’s second consecutive Tour de France champion.
A day after
Britain’s Jenson Button has become the latest driver to give his backing to next year’s Sochi Grand Prix.
Speaking at the annual Moscow City
A record-breaking troupe of Riverdancers has snaked along the banks of Ireland’s River Liffey.
More than 1,600 people from 44 took part in the
The US navy has confirmed that two fighter jets dropped four unarmed bombs into Australia’s Great Barrier Reef marine park when a training exercise
Cheering crowds jostled for position in sweltering heat to get their first peek at King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, who appeared on a balcony at the
Philippe has become the seventh King of the Belgians, following the abdication of his father King Albert II after 20 years on the throne.
King Philippe, Queen Mathilde and their four children greeted the crowd from the balcony of the Royal Palace in Brussels.
One hour before, King
A five-year-old girl was rescued after being trapped in the window bars of a 24-floor apartment building in Daye, central China’s Hubei Province. The
The ruling bloc of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has secured a decisive victory in an upper house election, according to exit polls.
The inauguration of a new king – combined with National Day – has brought many Belgians out onto the streets of Brussels.
The monarchy supporters
Philippe has been sworn in as the sixth King of the Belgians, following the abdication of his father King Albert II after 20 years on the
An earthquake, with a magnitude of up to 6.9, has struck New Zealand.
The tremor, which lasted for around a minute, sent office workers running for
It has been revealed that plans are afoot for a new film which will see Superman and Batman facing off against each other for the first time.
Tributes have been paid to trailblazing US journalist Helen Thomas, who has died at the age of 92.
The former White House correspondent, who worked
Brazil’s Sarah Menezes continued her good run of form with yet another gold medal at the Judo Grand Slam in Moscow on Saturday.
At least 30 people have been killed in a wave of car bombings in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
An attack in the Karrada neighbourhood left nine dead
Voting has begun in the battle for Japan’s upper house, and the ruling Liberal Democrat LDP are expected to benefit from opposition disarray and the
Belgium will have a new king today, with the coronation of Prince Philippe, taking over from his father Albert.
It is also National Day for a
Saturday saw big rallies across America in several cities to honour the memory of Trayvon Martin.
However the African-American community and