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Bosnia is receiving international help to put out a wildfire that has been going for nearly a week.
Planes have been supplied by Croatia after a
The Muslim world is marking the end of Ramadan and it is boom time for sweet makers in Istanbul with the start of the Sugar Festival, the name given
Czech Prime Minister Jiri Rusnok is to resign after losing a confidence vote.
An ally of President Milos Zeman, left-leaning Rusnok was appointed
Italy has agreed to accept 102 illegal migrants refused entry into Malta.
The migrants are due to arrive in Sicily, after spending three days
Dustin Hoffman has been “surgically-cured” of cancer according to actor’s representatives.
The actual form of cancer has not been
French judges have called former head of the IMF Dominique Strauss-Kahn the “lynchpin” of orgies, as authorities investigate an alleged prostitution
Ukrainian pole vault legend Sergei Bubka has set out his stall to become the International Olympic Committee’s next president.
The former Olympic
Anzhi Makhachkala striker Samuel Eto’o could soon be looking for a new club after owner Suleiman Kerimov decided to cut the team’s budget following a
It is a season of mixed fortunes in the business of blockbusters.
As Time Warner reported higher quarterly profit – helped by hit movies like ‘The
Spain’s extra security checks on vehicles entering Gibraltar has not only caused traffic tailbacks. They have also threatened to jam relations
Italy’s Luna Rossa overcame a nervous start to edge out Artemis Racing by two minutes and clinch Race 1 of the Louis Vuitton Cup semifinals at San
The British and Spanish prime ministers have spoken on the phone to try to clear the air amid the latest row over the disputed UK territory of
It has been two-and-a-half years since Tunisia’s revolution and tales of turmoil still fill the country’s newspapers.
The birthplace of the Arab
The Tunisian government has responded to the opposition protests that have gripped the north African country. The Islamist ruling party Ennahda has
China has fined a number of milk powder makers for price fixing.
Six companies faced penalties after they were accused of restricting competition
Supporters of Egypt’s deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi have been warned to leave rapidly the two Cairo squares they have been
As part of a deal to avoid the death penalty, the home of Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro has been demolished.
As Castro sits in jail serving a
The number of people out of work in Portugal was down for the first time in two years between April and June.
The jobless rate fell to 16.4
Dutch financial group ING’s suffered a 39 percent drop in quarterly net profit at 788 million euros.
It was hit by a 98 million euro loss from its
Summer has taken a pause in some parts of Europe and in have come the storms. In the Loire region of France hail stones many the size of tennis balls
In a sign that manufacturing is once again powering growth in Germany, industrial output there rebounded in June.
It surged at its fastest pace in
President Obama has cancelled a scheduled meeting with Vladimir Putin next month following Moscow’s decision to grant temporary asylum to former
A major fire that broke out at the main international airport in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi has been brought under control.
The government has
Syrian national television has shown graphic pictures of the aftermath of a Syrian army ambush including bodies of what a pro-opposition Human Rights
Jobs are central to the Bank of England’s new policy strategy which includes keeping interest rates at a record low until the UK unemployment rate
A massive fire engulfed the arrivals hall at Kenya’s main international airport early on Wednesday, forcing East Africa’s largest airport to close
The Egyptian presidency has declared that diplomatic efforts to end the country’s political crisis have failed.
Earlier, two US senators on a
A eurosceptic British Member of the European Parliament has defended a comment he made about foreign aid being sent to “Bongo Bongo Land”.
The American journalist who published documents leaked by US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden has said he still has tens of thousands of