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Protesters attempting to disrupt work on the high speed rail link between Turin and Lyon have been advised by members of the so-called new Red
The Argentine Football Association will be looking to reduce hooliganism this season as Sunday’s clash between Colon de Santa Fe and San Lorenzo will
At a conference in Yalta political tensions ran high when the presidents of Lithuania and Ukraine clashed . History was made in Yalta in 1945, then
A potential springboard for future development of relations between Ukraine and the European Union is approaching. At the end of November, at a
Israeli soldiers have manhandled a group of European diplomats and seized trucks carrying tents in the West Bank.
The convoy was delivering the
Armed Russian coastguards forcibly boarded Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise ship, according to the environmental group.
Russian authorities have
The Federal Reserve surprised many by saying it would continue to pump money into the US economy. The Open Market Committee is not tapering the pace
All the polls ahead of Sunday’s German election suggest a tight result. The latest surveys indicate Merkel’s centre-right coalition and the leftist
The equivalent of almost €100,000 has been donated to a homeless man who handed in a backpack stuffed with over €31,000 to police in Boston last
The German election comes as growth has returned to Europe’s biggest economy and the DAX stock market index just hit an all time high.
UEFA President Michel Platini told journalists on Friday his member countries have not fully committed to moving the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to a
A Siberian tiger called Rasputin attacked and killed its keeper with a bite to the neck in a zoo in Munster in western Germany. It’s understood the
At least 22 people have been injured when two commuter trains crashed in a Barcelona station. Officials said ten of the injured needed medical
Leaks have been discovered in five different barrels containing nuclear waste in Belgium. The discovery was made at an installation and reprocessing
The first American anti-Nazi film shot in Germany before the Second World War is set to be screened for the first time.
It was uncovered in the
Clashes are continuing across Syria as the Saturday deadline for the government of President Bashar al-Assad to provide a list of its chemical
This edition of Learning World goes to Germany to explore the different education systems available, depending on your address, your abilities and
Italy has cut its forecasts for the economy.
The cabinet now sees GDP shrinking 1.7 percent this year.
Back in April it projected contraction of
Nokia’s outgoing boss Stephen Elop is set to receive almost 19 million euros in compensation for his contract ending early.
The Finnish company’s
With yet more rain on the way Mexico has begun counting the cost of the week’s unprecedented rains from Tropical Storms Manuel and Ingrid.
The world’s 1.2 billion Catholics have been studying the content of the first major interview of Pope Francis.
In it he warned the church risks
The people of Switzerland are preparing to vote in one of their binding referendums, on whether to continue obligatory military service. The Swiss
They had queued – in some cases for 10 days – outside an Apple store in Tokyo to get their hands on the latest iPhones.
That same scene was
The United States has witnessed yet another mass shooting incident. This time it took place in Chicago.
Thirteen people including a three-year-old
Suspected al-Qaeda militants have reportedly killed at least 50 people in three attacks in southern Yemen.
Two car bombs exploded at a military
Roberto Cavalli has been showing off his younger Just Cavalli collection in Milan.
The Italian designer opted for noisy prints – an explosion of
It is one of the animation industry’s most important funding opportunities.
Hundreds of industry professionals from all over the world have been
‘Justin and the Knights of Valour’ is the story of a young boy who embarks on an adventure to become a knight.
It is the latest project of Spanish
There have been calls in Australia by environmental activists for the release of two citizens who are being detained aboard a Greenpeace icebreaker