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About 150 far-right demonstrators met with five times that number of counter-demonstrators in Berlin on Saturday after a week of protests over an
Médecins Sans Frontières says hospitals it supports in Syria have reported treating 3,600 people suffering from “neurotoxic symptoms”.
On a day of national mourning in Lebanon, hundreds of people turned out for the funeral of two victims of Friday’s mosque bombings in Tripoli.
Portuguese firefighters have succeeded in extinguishing two fires which broke out overnight including one near the capital Lisbon.
Disgraced former politician, Bo Xilai has admitted he “made mistakes, harmed the Party and the nation’s reputation”.
The ex-member of China’s
A new bridge designed to ease traffic has opened across the river Elbe in Dresden.
But the crossing has sparked a row. The Dresden Elbe Valley had
Gibraltar has criticised Spanish police who sent divers to inspect an artificial reef in waters claimed by the British territory. Divers measured the
The Rafah crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip has been partially reopened after being closed since Monday.
Thousands of Palestinians on
President Dilma Rousseff has got on her bike. One of her cabinet ministers, “leaked” the story to the press.
The action raised concern among her
The Syrian government says it has discovered chemical weapons being used by the rebels in a tunnel in Jobar, a suburb of Damascus.
A raging wildfire in California has led to the county’s governor declaring a state of emergency. The blaze is threatening power lines which provide
American soldier Staff Sergeant Robert Bales is to spend the rest of his life behind bars and will not be granted parole. He was sentenced for
A wildfire that has already burned tens of thousands of acres in California has now spread into Yosemite National Park and dramatically increased in
The mayor of California’s second city, San Diego is to resign after a string of allegations of inappropriate behaviour. 70-yr-old Democrat Bob Finer
Copenhagen’s world-famous “Little Mermaid” is 100 years old, and the statue of the Hans Christian Andersen heroine is being honoured in Denmark and
The Venetian gondolier involved in a crash last Saturday in which a German was killed and his three-year-old daughter was seriously injured has
A deadly clash between rival inmates in a Bolivian jail has left at least 30 dead and more than 50 injured. Security officials say they fear the
America is to add a fourth cruise-missile armed destroyer to its sixth fleet squadron in the eastern Mediterranean because of the escalating crisis
The pullout from peace talks by Colombia’s FARC rebels has provoked a sharp reaction from the Colombian authorities.
It is the first interruption
Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a decree banning any public protests or gatherings in and around Sochi during next year’s Winter Olympic
A military jury has found a US army psychiatrist guilty of 13 charges of premeditated murder and 32 charges of attempted premeditated murder.
Far from being unwilling participants in America’s National Security Agency’s data trawl it now appears US companies including Facebook, Microsoft