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The Israeli government has approved plans to build 12-hundred homes for Jewish settlers in East Jerusalem – a move that threatens to undermine fresh
A new German North Sea wind farm meant to begin providing power to thousands of homes on Sunday has been blown off course by a row over how much
Local favourite Thor Hushovd of the BMC Racing team produced a superb display to win the fourth and final stage of the Arctic Race of Norway in a
Greek police are still searching for 10 illegal immigrants who escaped from a holding centre in Athens after a riot late on Saturday night.
The Israeli government has approved the construction of 1,200 new Jewish settlements in East Jerusalem – a move that threatens to undermine the
Pope Francis has delivered a message to Muslims celebrating the end of Ramadan.
Speaking at the Vatican at the end of his Angelus address he said
The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has undergone a successful operation to treat an umbilical hernia. He is expected to be released from
A coach has crashed in southern France, killing two tourists and injuring 30 others. The Eurolines bus was travelling from Marseille to Spain when it
Voting is underway in Mali’s presidential run-off election.
Heavy rains in the capital Bamako have made conditions difficult but they have not
The Geneva Festival has concluded with a spectacular musical fireworks display lasting nearly an hour.
It is one of the largest and most iconic in
Germany’s central bank expects that Greece will need additional rescue loans from its European partners by the start of 2014 at the very latest
In Canada the funeral of two brothers killed by a pet python has been held. The boys were attacked by the snake as they slept in the living room of a
Italy’s Luna Rossa have sailed into the final of the America’s Cup challenger series after beating Artemis Racing 4-0 at San Francisco Bay in
After the bomb attacks across Iraq which killed around 60 people, and injured hundreds of others, the cleanup is underway. It is thought that more
The Columbian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (the Farc) have said that progress is being made at the 12th round of
Greek police say a riot by illegal immigrants at a detention centre near Athens has been contained.
Detainees had set fire to their bedding and
Hundreds of people gathered in Miami in Florida in support of an 18-year-old graffiti artist, killed by a police stun gun.
Paying for goods and services just using a smartphone app is becoming a reality. Paypal is trialling a new facial recognition system in the UK which
Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste, has tested positive for a banned substance, according to The Trinidad Express newspaper
Greg Dyke, the new chairman of the English Football Association, says a summer World Cup in Qatar will not work because of the searing desert
Demonstrations have been held outside the Russian embassy in Tel Aviv in Israel. Activists want Russia to repeal its controversial anti-gay
A wave of car bombs across Iraq, many within an hour of each other, has killed nearly 80 people and injured around 240.
The bomb attacks were aimed
The final round of presidential elections are being held in Mali today.
The favourite to win is former prime minister, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. The