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Pope Francis has touched down in Rio de Janeiro for his first foreign trip as pontiff.
Welcomed by Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, the pope was
Anzhi Makhachkala boss Guus Hiddink has resigned from his position, just a month after signing a contract extension with the wealthy Russian
Blacklisted by the EU, Hezbollah’s armed branch has been labelled a terrorist organisation. Any assets of the Lebanese-based group’s militant wing
Born at 4.24 UK time the third in line to the UK throne is a baby boy. The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her son at St Mary’s Hospital in
Pope Francis has touched down in Rio de Janiero for his first foreign trip as pontiff.
Welcomed by Brazilian president Dilma Roussef, the pope was
Thailand’s Pachara Khongwatmai produced a stunning performance to clinch the Singha Hua Hin Open on Sunday, becoming the youngest golfer to win a
Dennis Farina, a former Chicago policeman turned tough-guy actor, died in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Monday, the actor’s publicist said. He was 69
Britain’s economy has been given a royal baby boom. Last month and this month’s consumer spending related to the birth will generate an estimated 304
Spain’s Telefonica has confirmed it is in talks to buy Dutch firm KPN’s business in Germany. KPN also said it was discussing selling, but did not
Less than 24 hours after Chris Froome gave Great Britain its second consecutive victory in the Tour de France, the Team Sky rider was quick to defend
Over the years many concerts and festivals have sought to unite people all over the world with a message of peace and solidarity. Now, the heavy
It has been revealed contaminated ground water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan had probably been flowing into the sea.
July 23, 1914. Austria-Hungary issues an ultimatum to Serbia. Serbia is asked to autorise Austria to conduct an investigation to determine the
Off the northern coast of Crete, marine biologists from the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research are diving for new specimens.
Scraping algae off
Marte Deborah Dalelv has been told she is free to leave the United Arab Emirates, despite being sentenced to 16 months in jail for extra-marital sex
Philips’ focus on health care products and away from consumer electronics seems to be paying off.
After a strategic overhaul, the healthcare
Hezbollah has condemned the EU’s decision to list its military wing as a terrorist organisation.
The Shia group’s political arm is a powerful force
In the words of former President Lula de Silva: “It is possible that God is not Brazilian, but he has, at least, spent quite some time in Brazil.”
Norway’s Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has led a ceremony outside the government buildings in Oslo where two years ago eight people were killed in
The eurozone continues to sink deeper into debt.
The latest figures show that only Germany – which is the region’s biggest economy – and tiny
At his first day on the job as King of the Belgians, Philippe refused the government’s resignation. Prime Minister Elio di Rupo met with the king at
The current exhibition ‘Visions of the Universe’ at the National Maritime Museum In Greenwich, London includes a panoramic projection of images from
The Duchess of Cambridge is in labour as Britain’s royal family awaits her first child to be born.
The boy or girl will be the third in line to the
Fans gathered at the feet of a Bruce Lee statue in Hong Kong to pay tribute to the late kung fu star on the 40th anniversary of his untimely
‘Ender’s Game’, the forthcoming screen adaptation of the sci-fi classic by Orson Scott Card, has run into trouble over the author’s anti-gay views
Greece’s Spyridon Gianniotis made up for missing a medal at the 2012 Olympics when sheer willpower carried him to the line to win the men’s 10-km
Apple has been forced to temporarily shut its developers’ website after a hacking attack.
It admitted the names, addresses and emails of developers
Kate and William proved to be a photographers delight in the build up to the birth of their child often on official visits surrounded by children
A political crisis has been averted in Lisbon with the result that Portugal is back on track to meet the terms of the international bailout that