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Iran’s President Hassan Rohani has been defending the composition of his new cabinet.
In a parliamentary debate ahead of an approval vote, Rohani
Jamaica confirmed their increasing sprint dominance with a win in the Women’s 100 metres in the Moscow World Championships, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce
The British government has responded to public concern about the vast number of closed circuit surveillance cameras in the UK with a new code of
Laszlo Csatary goes to his grave without being brought to justice for the wartime atrocities he was accused of carrying out.
Zimbabwe’s leader Robert Mugabe has told critics of his re-election they can “go hang” if they try to challenge his disputed presidential
Dashing hopes of a better performance, Japan’s economic growth slowed more than expected in the second quarter of this year, its government debt
As supporters of Egypt’s deposed President Mohamed Mursi continued their protests, the authorities have reportedly postponed plans to disperse two
Three British warships have left ports on the English south coast heading for the Mediterranean: a “routine”, long-planned deployment say both the
The hunt is on for a turtle that attacked a child in a lake in southern Germany.
The eight year old boy was bitten twice on the ankle, injuring his
In Ukraine, 76 tourists have been rescued from two stuck cable cars at the Ai Petri mountain near Yalta in the Crimea.
One car was stranded 140
The most powerful typhoon to hit the Philippines this year has triggered floods and landslides, smashed hundreds of homes and disrupted power and
Prince Johan Friso of the Netherlands, the younger brother of the new Dutch king, has died. He was 44.
It comes 18 months after a skiing accident
India has unveiled its first domestically built aircraft carrier, becoming one of a select group of only five other nations to have constructed
In the rough and tumble world of selling property, developers have always been ready to go to great lengths, but not many can lay claim to building a
Israel has named the 26 prisoners it will release this week under a deal that has enabled United States backed peace talks to recommence
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has called on Britons to back the controversial energy extraction process of “fracking”.
In a newspaper editorial
Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez has suffered a setback to her chances of running for a third term in office.
In congressional primary
If the Oslo taxi driver looked familiar to many Norwegians one afternoon in June, it was because he was no other than the country’s prime
They believe that the symbol was, and still is, abused by nazis and should regain its original meaning, writes Guardian.
Long Island beachgoers
Investigators probing a fatal coach crash in southwest France at the weekend say a Ukrainian passenger has admitted grabbing the steering wheel
Lea Michele, leading actress in musical comedy-drama Glee, has given a tearful dedication to her late co-star and real-life boyfriend Cory Monteith
Beaches near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan remain open despite growing concerns over the large amount of contaminated water that
A judge in Tennessee has changed a seven-month-old boy’s name to Martin from Messiah, saying the religious name was earned by one person and “that
At the annual gay pride march in Glasgow on Saturday, thousands of people protested against Russia’s new anti-gay law.
Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Mursi are refusing to leave their protest camps in Cairo despite warnings that the interim
In June the Prime Minister of Norway worked secretly as a taxi driver in Oslo for a day.
Disguised in a uniform and sunglasses, Jens Stoltenberg
The streets of the UK are being transformed into the world’s largest art gallery as part of a new project, "Art Everywhere".
A 99-year-old Nazi war crimes suspect, Hungarian Laszlo Csatary, has died while awaiting trial, his lawyer said.
Csatary died in a Hungarian
Thousands of dancers paraded through the streets of Kochi City, western Japan, for the Yosakoi summer festival. About 20,000 performers from across