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U.S. President Barack Obama has sent two senior Republican senators, John McCain and Lindsey Graham, to deliver a strong message to the Egyptian
An interior ministry official has confirmed Tunisian police shot dead an Islamist militant on the outskirts of the capital. The killing happened on
Syrian rebels have made important advances in their fight to gain further territory from the forces of President Bashar al-Assad. The reported
There have been protests on the streets of India aimed at Pakistan in the wake of the death of the five soldiers along the disputed border with
A German report into the country’s use of banned substances in sport since the 1950s was released on Tuesday, triggering outrage and renewed calls
It is a case that has brought Turkey’s military to heel and sewn the seeds for the civilian government to assert more control.
The jailing of a
The Greek government has introduced a series of emergency measures after several wildfires broke out. Homes were evacuated while it is understood 10
Is it a trophy purchase or a chance to breathe new life into the Washington Post – one of the world’s most famous newspapers?
In a surprise move
The University of Oslo has rejected an application to study political science from the convicted far-right mass murderer, Anders Behring Breivik. He
Former President George W. Bush underwent successful surgery at a Dallas hospital on Tuesday to place a stent in a blocked heart artery. Doctors
A woman is seeking to cash in on the legalization of gay marriage in France by offering to provide her breast milk to children adopted by gay
Italy’s economy continues to contract, but the decline is slowing.
Gross domestic product fell for the eighth straight quarter between April and
Kecskemet, 88.5 kilometres south of the Hungarian capital Budapest, is the main home of the Hungarian Air Force and its fleet of Jas-39 Gripen
A red alert for high temperatures was issued in southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality as a heat wave swept across the city on Tuesday, with
Malta has landed itself in hot water with the European Commission over the country’s refusal to allow entry to a tanker carrying 102 African
The United States has told its citizens in Yemen to leave and has ordered the evacuation of non-essential government staff.
Washington issued a
Further signs of economic recovery in Britain as manufacturing there grew much more strongly than expected in June.
It rose by 1.9 percent from the
Iran’s President Hassan Rohani has said he wants to solve his country’s disputed nuclear issue. He spoke of his intentions when answering questions
Russia’s Supreme Court has trimmed former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s jail term by two months, meaning he should walk free by August 2014
Despite reporting much better than expected quarterly profit, France’s third-biggest bank – Credit Agricole – remains cautious about the French
Sony’s shares slumped after it rejected American activist shareholder Daniel Loeb’s plan to split up the company and use the money raised to revive
Norwegian far-right mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who had been seeking to study political science at the University of Olso while in prison
About 50,000 people from Japan and abroad gathered in Hiroshima to commemorate the 68th anniversary of the atomic bombing there. A memorial service
A convicted Spanish paedophile, arrested after being mistakenly freed from jail in Morocco, has been sent back into custody by a court in
One year ago today, the team of engineers behind the mission to Mars pulled off an audacious stunt by landing the Curiosity spacecraft on the red
Japan’s devastated nuclear plant at Fukushima is facing a new emergency due to radioactive water underground that is threatening to rise to the
A court in Hungary has sentenced three men to life in prison and another for 13 years for killing six Roma people, including a child.
“After eight years under the leadership of Frenchman Pascal Lamy, the World Trade Organization, created 18 years ago, has its first Director General