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It has been described as the world’s most expensive energy project.
Finally, nearly a decade late and five times over budget, the Kashagan oil
Clashes broke out in Chile early on Wednesday on the 40th anniversary of the country’s military coup.
In the capital, Santiago, riot police fired
Dutch rider Bauke Mollema produced a superb solo effort to claim the 17th stage of the Spanish Vuelta in Burgos on Wednesday.
After a relatively
The Syria crisis and the question of how to respond to the use of chemical weapons have presented Barack Obama with perhaps his greatest foreign
More than 100 Syrian refugees are heading to Germany from Lebanon as part of a temporary resettlement programme.
The group are part of 5,000
The Spanish region of Catalonia has been celebrating its national day known as La Diada amid demonstrations and renewed calls for independence.
With the dust having settled on the latest iPhone unveilings, it is time to evaluate the impact.
And in China, the world’s largest smartphone
The Football Association of Ireland have confirmed that Giovanni Trapattoni has left his role as national team manager after a second straight defeat
12 years on – America has been remembering the tragic events of September 11.
Thousands of people gathered at ground zero in New York to
European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso has said that the EU should avoid over-regulating Europe’s economy.
He made the comments in his State
Final preparations are under way in Italy for the wreckage of the Costa Concordia cruise ship to be moved to an upright position by a team of
As well as unveiling their new models at the Frankfurt motor show Europe’s carmakers have been keen to talk up the green shoots of recovery, even as
Finland’s Kimi Raikkonen will race for Ferrari next season in a two-year deal that takes the 2007 world champion back to the team
that dropped him
Emirates Team New Zealand overcame a nervous start to edge out Oracle Team USA and claim Race 5 of the America’s Cup on San Francisco Bay on Tuesday
A gun when you are registered blind may seem as useful as a bicycle for a fish, but in some parts of the USA groups campaigning for the
The “Yong Sheng” container ship has become the first Chinese commercial vessel to reach Europe after taking the arctic route north of Russia.
The authorities in Amsterdam say they have closed down 120 illegal hotels since the start of the year.
They stepped up the clampdown over the
Polish trade unions have begun a series of planned protests against government employment policies.
Several pickets were held in front of various
A million and a half people one year ago packed the streets of Barcelona demanding independence for their region of Catalonia, in the northeast of
European Commission president José Manuel Barroso gave his State of the Union speech in the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Wednesday 11
Roaming fees in Europe should be a thing of the past by 2016, according to a proposal put forward by EU telecoms commissioner Neelie Kroes
Greece has been bumping along in the very depths of recession for years now, so as Europe contemplates more years of austerity or rethinking its
Ma Li, a Chinese sex coach certified by the US-based World Association of Sex Coaches, has begun teaching small groups of Chinese women about
The Spanish region of Catalonia has been celebrating its national day known as ‘La Diada’ amid demonstrations and renewed calls for independence
John Legend was just one of a host of stars swamping the runways at New York Fashion Week as it entered into its last few days. He enjoyed the view
Twelve years on from the 9/11 attacks, film-maker Danielle Gardner revisits Ground Zero to ask how a company can continue to do business when all of
Britain’s unemployment rate dropped in the three months to the end of July.
It went from 7.8 percent to 7.7 percent of the workforce. That is the