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Relatives of people killed when Egyptian security forces launched a crackdown against Muslim Brotherhood supporters are calling for
The ingredients are all there for more bloodshed in Egypt. Amid mounting anger over the hundreds of deaths from the bloody break-up of pro-Mursi
Six men have been jailed in Berlin for beating a 20-year-old Thai-German student to death.
The victim, known only as Jonny K, was killed on a night
On a tour of the Middle East, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon weighed in on the renewed Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. He urged both sides to be
Cancer kills around 1.7 million people in Europe every year, yet little is known about its exact origins.
This is why the latest breakthrough in
Billy Budd is back at Glyndebourne Festival!
It is one of the major works by English composer Benjamin Britten, whose birth centenary is
In the extra features of the interview with Paule Constable, the multi-prize winning lighting designer reveals details of her work, her love for
Football legends Diego Maradona, Gordon Banks and Pele will be among the star attractions at non-league Farnborough when they lock horns with
US President Barack Obama has interrupted his summer break to make a statement about the bloodshed in Egypt.
From his holiday home on the
Forty years ago, the US Congress voted to end the bombing campaign over Cambodia ending all direct military action in the Vietnam war, and the
There has been a powerful and deadly explosion in southern Beirut.
The blast was near a complex used by Lebanon’s militant group
France’s Marion Bartoli shocked the tennis world when she announced her retirement from the sport following her defeat at the Western & Southern Open
Egyptian authorities clear remains of a sit-in by Mursi’s supporters in Cairo’s Nasr City neighbourhood after the deadly army raids on Mursi
There was an explosive atmosphere in Egypt on Thursday as the Muslim Brotherhood held further protests and official buildings came under
People in India observe the 67th Independence Day by unfurling the tricolor flag outside the congress headquarters. Celebrations also took place
Britain’s coalition partners have caved in to pressure over a former nurse’s £520,000 (€611,000) bequest.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s
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Japan’s All Nippon Airways has said it has found faulty wiring in three of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets.
The problem meant that if there was a
A stuntman who parachuted into the opening ceremony of last year’s London Olympics as James Bond’s double has been killed in a wing-diving accident
The official results have been announced in Mali’s presidential election, confirming a resounding victory for Ibrahim Boubacar Keita.
Egypt faces an uncertain political future,with deep divisions between the pro- and anti-Mursi sides.
Weeks of demonstrations in protest at the
Speaking about email services in a court filing Google has said: “a person has no legitimate expectation of privacy in information he voluntarily
For many television viewers it was just another advert for a toilet freshener.
But not so for some Ukrainians, who have kicked up a stink over a
Indian divers searching this submarine which sank after exploding at the Mumbai port on Tuesday night have yet to find the 18 crewmen believed to be
A Chinese zoo’s supposed “African lion” was exposed as a fraud when the dog used as a substitute started barking.
The zoo in the People’s Park of
The decline of the city of Detroit is a clear example of the rapid effects of deindustrialisation. In the 1950’s it was the capital of the American
The proportion of A-level candidates achieving at least a A grade has dropped for the second year in a row after rising steadily for 20 years
Residents of Baghdad clear up the aftermath of a deadly bombing in Baladyat district. It is just one of several attacks on the Iraqi capital.
International condemnation has continued following the military crackdown in Egypt and the bloodshed that ensued.
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep
Little is known about the first direct Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in three years, as the meeting was shrouded in secrecy. Though both sides