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UN chief Ban Ki-moon says the continuing conflict in Syria has claimed over 100-thousand lives – seven thousand more than an earlier estimate.
With a day off for St James’ day in Galicia, many people turned up at the crash site in Santiago de Compostela, to see with their own eyes the scale
Mohamed Brahmi, a prominent Tunisian opposition figure, has been shot dead in the capital Tunis.
The leader of the secular nationalist Popular
The Egyptian army have given the Muslim Brotherhood 48 hours to sign up to political reconciliation which will run out Saturday.
The ultimatum ups
The train disaster in Spain comes two decades after it completed its first high-speed railway linking Madrid in the centre with Seville in the south
Spending by consumers and businesses helped Britain’s economy head further out of recession with the latest quarterly growth figures showing
The death toll in the Spanish train crash has now risen to 80.
Ninety five people remain in hospital, 36 in a critical condition.
“Obviously for a company like ours it’s a market with considerable potential.”
“There are opportunities we mustn’t miss.”
“Growth and preservation of
Pope Francis took a message of hope to residents of Rio de Janeiro’s Varghina favela. He told slum dwellers that the Catholic Church is on their side
English Premier League Chief Executive Richard Scudamore on Thursday reiterated his strong opposition to 2022 Qatar World Cup being moved to the
A day after a French senate inquiry named him as one of a dozen riders to have registered suspicious test results during the 1998 Tour de France
Romania is taking action to put an end to the confusion between its capital city and Budapest, the capital of Hungary.
The two capital cities have
On the third day of his visit to Brazil Pope Francis has been to the favela, or slum, of Varginia in Rio de Janeiro.
There he said the world’s
At least one person has been killed and three critically injured when a fireworks factory exploded in central Italy.
The blast could be heard miles
For the first time in 130 years, Mont St Michel in Northern France has became an island.
The tide rose above the thin strip of land connecting it
In Romania thousands of railway workers staged protests against planned layoffs and wage cuts as part of a privatisation scheme of the freight
This year the Paléo Music festival in the Swiss city of Nyon featured one of the best Swiss bands – Mama Rosin, who brought their ragged Cajun sound
A dance-video of the work of acclaimed Greek choreographer Dimitris Papaioannou tests the stamina of viewers.
Papaioannou – who received
Selena Gomez is all grown up. The Disney star has just turned 21 and celebrated by releasing her first solo studio album.
‘Stars Dance’ features
American actress Sandra Bullock and Mexican film director Alfonso Cuarón have presented their upcoming thriller film ‘Gravity’ at Comic-Con in San
A prominent opposition figure in Tunisia, Mohamed Brahmi, has been shot dead in the capital Tunis.
The founder and one-time leader of the
Facebook’s shares shot up on Thursday after it unveiled stellar results.
Investors worries were dispelled that the social media site would not be
Suci, a nine-year-old Sumatran Rhino and a direct descendant of the woolly rhinos from the ice age, is part of an attempt to save her highly
A special service has been held at Santiago de Compostela cathedral in northwestern Spain for the victims of the train crash near the city on
Tunisian opposition politician Mohamed Brahmi, who belonged to the nationalist and secular Popular Party, was shot dead outside his house in the
Spain’s jobless rate has fallen for the first time in two years.
In the period from April to June, the number of unemployed Spaniards fell by
Emergency crews and investigators combed the scene of a train derailment on Wednesday (July 24) that killed 79 people and injured 131 others in the
China has charged disgraced senior politician Bo Xilai with bribery, abuse of power and corruption.
The 64-year-old former Communist Party chief
Discontent has different names: occupy, indignados, Arab spring, Brazilian summer. The common thread is a crisis of confidence in which voters are