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Thousands of people trying to leave Gibraltar have been stuck in lengthy queues as a result of new tighter Spanish custom controls.
The US Justice Department, the District of Colombia and six states have joined forces to block the mega-merger of American Airlines and US Airways
The Palestinian prisoner release from Israeli jails is underway. 26 men are being ferried in a windowless bus to a West Bank crossing point, from
It has been revealed that several passengers who took a taxi ride in Oslo, only to discover the driver was Norway’s prime minister Jens Stoltenberg
This summer Britain is being transformed into the world’s largest art gallery.
It is part of an innovative charitable project called “Art
The former leader of the Left Party in Germany, Lothar Bisky, has died aged 71.
Before German reunification he was a minor Communist official in
At a time when lucky people around the world are taking a holiday from conventional activities and the jobless are worrying when they’ll find work
The summer holiday is well and truly over for Angela Merkel.
The German Chancellor gave a surprise lecture to students in one Berlin school who
The Czech cabinet headed by Prime Minister Jiri Rusnok has resigned amid an ongoing power struggle between President Milos Zeman and political
Pope Francis met with the national teams of Italy and Argentina ahead of a friendly international in his honour at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico. Pope
There has been fierce fighting in the Egyptian capital between police and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Mursi.
Clashes erupted in Cairo
During his electoral campaign, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita hammered home that what he wanted most of all was a national reconciliation. At the age of 68
US talk show host Oprah Winfrey has apologised for naming Switzerland as the country where she claimed to have encountered racism when buying a
Two Italian climbers have been killed by an avalanche whilst attempting to climb the Mont Blanc peak in the French Alps.
A group of six climbers
Suspects in the theft of seven artworks have said they will hand over paintings if their trial is moved from Romania to the Netherlands, according to
On August 11 and 12, the annual Perseid meteor shower peaked, filling the sky with streaks of light, commonly known as shooting stars. Such visually
It seems Neanderthal man was not such a dullard after all according to the latest excavations at a 40,000 year-old site in south-west France.
The Czech cabinet headed by Prime Minister Jiri Rusnok has resigned, paving the way for early elections possibly in October.
The ally of left-wing
Mali has a new president, former prime minister Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, and the country is hoping it marks an end to over a year of turmoil.
A high-speed passenger tube to make today’s trains and planes look almost snail-like has been unveiled.
If ever it is built, the Hyperloop would
Pilots at Europe’s biggest low-cost airline Ryanair feel inhibited from reporting safety concerns and want regulators to establish the impact on
The Czech cabinet led by leftist economist Jiri Rusnok handed its resignation to President Milos Zeman on Tuesday after a month in power after losing
Israel’s approval of 1,200 new settlement homes on the West Bank and in East Jerusalem has been met with international disapproval. Both the UN and
Taipei City Zoo has released video showing the tender moment when a female giant panda was reunited with her cub after a month apart. The video shows
One of America’s most notorious mobsters who dominated Boston’s criminal underworld has been found guilty of murder and racketeering – an
A Russian surgeon has been arrested for taking a five-gramme bag of heroin he found in a patient’s stomach. “The doctor was intoxicated at the time
China’s north-eastern port city of Heihe has been hit by some of the worst floods in thirty years.
The Daheihe island bordering Russia was
Colombians wrapped up the annual flower festival in the northwest city of Medellin with a traditional parade in which local flower growers carried
A powerful typhoon struck the northern Philippines, toppling power lines, dumping heavy rains and causing landslides.
Approximately 100 ultra-Orthodox protesters stormed the Beit Shemesh neighbourhood in Israel on Monday, trying to protect a housing construction site