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As the diplomatic wrangling rages over military action against Syria, fighting on ground appears to be continuing unabated.
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Swimmer Diana Nyad has become the first person to swim from Cuba to the United States without a shark cage.
The 64-year-old set off on Saturday and
American veteran Chris Horner regained the overall race lead at this year’s Tour of Spain on Monday after he won stage 10 to Alto Hazallanas.
The men’s and women’s team events wrapped up proceedings at the World Judo championships in Rio de Janeiro.
Georgia won the men’s team gold after
Gareth Bale said his world record move to Real Madrid was a dream comes true.
The Wales international was officially unveiled at the Santiago
The French prime minister has been showing leaders of parliament evidence which he says proves President Assad’s forces used chemical warfare.
Several hundred Croat protesters have torn down signs written in Serb Cyrillic that were put up on Monday in Vukovar, a town devastated during the
The Romanian town of Aninoasa has become the country’s first to file for bankruptcy.
Despite having access to EU financial aid, officials have been
A huge and historic deal has been announced in the telecoms world as US company Verizon said it was buying the 45 percent of its mobile phone
The height of European men has shot up by an average of 11 cms, according to a new study.
British researchers studied the height of males from 15
The funeral service of Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney has taken place in Dublin.
Widely regarded as the greatest Irish poet since W.B. Yeats, he died
Two Tunisian rappers have been sentenced to 21 months in prison by a court in Tunisia for insulting officials, violating public morals and
The recent fierce selloff of many emerging economies currencies has now abated somewhat, but the crisis is not over by a long way.
The first televised debate in the build up to the German general election between current Chancellor Angela Merkel and leading opposition candidate
After four frustrating years at Real Madrid Brazilian attacking midfielder and former Ballon d’or winner Kaka has returned to Italian side AC Milan
Fernando Alonso is to try his hand at team ownership but not in formula one.
The Spaniard has stepped in to save cycling team Euskaltel-Euskadi
A trial has begun for the first of more than 100 senior Turkish army officers over their alleged role in ousting Turkey’s first Islamist-led
American Diana Nyad has become the first to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage.
Nyad, 64, who was making her fifth attempt at the
Wildfires have broken out once again in Portugal. Northern and central parts of the country are most affected.
A combination of high temperatures
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has taken on her main election rival, Peer Steinbrueck of the centre-left SDP party in a live TV debate.
Authorities in Azerbaijan are engaged in an “abusive strategy” to clampdown on freedom of expression ahead of elecitons next month, say Human Rights
The suburbs of Tokyo have been hit by a rare tornado that swept through Noda city and Koshigaya on Monday.
It damaged hundreds of homes, cutting
A 92-year-old man accused of shooting a Dutch resistance fighter in the back when he was a member of the Waffen SS during WWII has gone on trial in
Real Madrid have officially unveiled their new player Gareth Bale, whose transfer has broken the world record fee.
The 24-year-old Welshman joins
The second Taliban attack in a week on a NATO base in Afghanistan has added to the alliance’s supply problems. The attack in Nangahar province meant
Seeing a young child completely engrossed by a mobile phone is becoming an increasingly common sight. Online price comparison outfit, uSwitch, claim
Oil prices steadied on Monday after slipping as the threat of large-scale US military attacks on Syria was scaled back.
The cost of crude had been
Verizon Communications is set to take full control of its US mobile phone business – Verizon Wireless.
It is paying $130 billion dollars – almost
As the US gets ready for possible military attacks on Syria, President Assad’s main ally, Russia, is sending a spy ship to the eastern Mediterranean