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Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad has dampened hopes of peace talks after he said that he expects the war in the country, which has raged for almost
Bassist Jared Hasselhoff of American rock group Bloodhound Gang known for their on-stage antics and members of his band are facing criminal charges
Paedophile Daniel Galvan Vina has been arrested in the south-eastern region of Murcia. He had returned to Spain after being pardoned in Morocco where
Spanish giants Barcelona arrived in Bangkok on Monday for the Thai leg of their pre-season tour of the Far East.
Led by new coach Gerardo Martino
Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo has cast further doubt over his future at Real Madrid by refusing to confirm reports from Spain that he has agreed a new
Russian track and field athletes resumed training outside of Moscow on Monday to prepare for the upcoming World Championships which get underway on
More indications that Russia’s economy has stalled have come from the latest business surveys there.
Activity in the country’s services sector
Tough international sanctions on Iran have affected oil sales in a country where 80% of state revenue is oil-derived. Because of these restrictions
Turkey’s Silivri courthouse is where the country’s biggest trial in many years was held, with all the verdicts handed out on Monday, including 17
France has been told to ease off on the austerity next year.
The International Monetary Fund said if Paris does not do that it could choke off a
Bassist Jared Hasselhoff from the American rock group Bloodhound Gang, known for its on-stage antics, could face criminal charges in Russia.
Euronews correspondent Bora Bayraktar reported from close to the courthouse where dozens were given long prison terms for plotting against the
The world’s first lab-grown burger has been cooked and eaten at a news conference in London.
Scientists took cells from a cow and turned them into
The global patent war between Apple and Samsung, the world’s top two smartphone and tablet makers, has turned political.
South Korea’s government
The rock of Gibraltar has become the centre of an escalating row between London and Madrid after Spain’s foreign minister said it is considering a 50
Several countries have banned imports of milk powder from New Zealand’s dairy giant Fonterra following a food contamination scare. Malaysia has
Britain’s dominant services sector enjoyed a summer spurt of growth.
It expanded at its fastest pace in more than six years in July, which
Profit was up but the shares were down at HSBC. That is because Europe’s biggest bank posted slower than expected earnings growth and a twelve
The case surrounding the “plot” to overthrow Turkey’s government symbolises the struggle between the Islamic-orientated Justice and Development Party
He is only 34 centimetres tall and weighs just one kilo, but he’s going to be launched into space. Kirobo, a knee-high talking robot, rocketed off
The Metropolitan Police has apologised “unreservedly” for the death of Ian Tomlinson, who was struck by a policeman’s baton at the G20 protests in
A Turkish court near Istanbul has begun the sentencing of almost 300 people accused of plotting to overthrow the government as part of an
There was mixed news for the eurozone where business expanded for the first time in 18 months in July, albeit very slightly. But at the same time we
The former Chief of Staff of Turkey’s military, Ilker Basbug, has been sentenced to life behind bars for his role in a plot to overthrow the
The trial in Turkey over a longstanding conflict between the secularist movement and Turkish premier Tayyip Erdogan’s government has brought a number
Newcastle, the United Kingdom. This is where Sugata Mitra, this year’s TED award winner lives and teaches. Thanks to him, millions of children in the
Supporters of Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF party have been celebrating his re-election victory in Zimbabwe, unperturbed by claims of fraud from the
A ten-year-old German boy has found an ancient Egyptian mummy in his grandmother’s attic in Diepholz, northern Germany, according to Voice of Russia
Heavy overnight rainfall in Karachi paralysed parts of the southern port city on Sunday morning and caused 14 deaths, according to local media