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After eight years in office, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has handed over the presidential reigns to his successor Hassan Rouhani, who will be officially
The latest way to see all the most famous sights in Paris is from the comfort of a German made airship. The Zeppelin is as long as an A380 superjumbo
Robert Mugabe has been declared the winner of Zimbabwe’s disputed presidential election. It will be his seventh consecutive term in office after his
The summer concert is a cultural highlight on the island of Malta where every year international music stars are invited to perform in the city of
In a major effort to stamp out violence and hooliganism surrounding Argentine football security officials have introduced an indefinite ban on away
The Egyptian Interior Minister has, once again, urged protesters camped out at two squares in central Cairo to abandon
them immediately and has
As Iran swears in its new president, the main concern for most Iranians is the state of the economy.
Inflation is above 40% and unemployment has
The new president of Iran, Hassan Rohani, has been sworn in at a religious ceremony in Tehran.
The cleric was handed power by the country’s supreme
The biggest convoy organised to take humanitarian aid to Syria has almost reached the country after a journey that began in the UK and is currently
The coup in Egypt is having a serious effect on the country’s relationship with neighbouring Gaza. The enclave, controlled by Hamas and sandwiched
Dr. Kamran Dadkhah is an economist and university lecturer in Boston. Can the new government in Iran control the point to point inflation rate of 42
Now in its fifth year now, the Gabala International Music Festival is underway in Azerbaijan.
One of the best parts, entrance to the concerts by
Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi have marched towards the military headquarters in Cairo, as they continue to call for the
The Cuban government has confirmed that 11 people have died after drinking industrial strength methanol sold to them as rum.
59 are still in
A government team is being set up to keep a closer eye on expeditions on Mount Everest.
According to Nepalese officials, it will provide help and
The first freight train from the eastern Chinese city of Zhengzdou has arrived in Hamburg, Germany.
It covered more than 10-thousand kilometres in
Tests on the remains of a human body unearthed in a bog in County Laois, Ireland, have established that they date back as far as 2000 BC.
The leader of Al Qaeda has urged the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to give up on democracy and rule by sharia law.
Ayman al-Zawahri posted a 15
The election of Iran’s new president, Hassan Rohani, in June came a surprise to many. The 64 year old is known for his moderate views and openness
Bulgaria’s Parliament has broken up for the summer recess. Protesters, who have been camped outside for the last 50 days, say they will also halt
The City of Light, of romance – and of pickpockets and muggers. Paris has put more feet on the beat in a bid to crackdown on a rising tide of crime
The US has issued a worldwide travel alert, warning Americans that al-Qaeda could be planning attacks this month – particularly in the Middle East