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At least six protesters have been killed in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, during clashes with security forces, according to local medics. The
Police and anti-fascist protesters have clashed in Athens near the Golden Dawn party headquarters.
Riot officers fired tear gas at protesters who
Oracle Team USA completed one of sport’s greatest comebacks on Wednesday after beating challengers Team New Zealand to win the 34th edition of the
Dozens of campaigners have gathered in central Madrid, calling for justice for family members who were victims of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco’s
Former AC Milan and Italy stalwart Gennaro Gattuso has been sacked as coach of second division Palermo following a poor start to the
Bangladeshi security forces have opened fire on textile workers protesting in pursuit of a higher minimum wage.
Police used batons, rubber bullets
Iranian President Hassan Rohani addressed the UN General Assembly on Tuesday shortly after President Barack Obama propounded America’s foreign
President Putin has defended the detention of Greenpeace activists, saying they violated international law with their protest at Russia’s first
As forensics experts began a fingertip search of Nairobi’s Westgate shopping mall, more footage emerged of soldiers rescuing those trapped inside by
France has unveiled its budget plans for 2014, which, according to the French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici: “has two objectives: stimulate
One of the worlds most sought after strikers Robert Lewandowski confirmed on Wednesday he will sign with last season’s treble winners Bayern Munich
An Antwerp museum dedicated to immigrants who fled across the Atlantic in search a better life in North America has opened in the Belgian port
NATO and Russian fighter jets took part in a joint anti-terror exercise in Poland on Wednesday at time when ties are strained between the military
The bloody attack by Somali Islamist militant group Al Shabaab on the Westgate shopping mall in the Kenyan capital has added a name to the list of
Paris Fashion Week has kicked off with a fresh face as French designer Christine Phung presented her new collection on the rooftops of the French
Romania’s Constitutional Court has rejected objections to a new law, paving the way for thousands of stray dogs to be put down.
Protests by animal
The World Bank has reduced forecasts for the Russian economy, as a result of domestic structural challenges and falling global demand.
It is the
Former Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk began his new job as coach of struggling Bundesliga side Hamburg on Wednesday.
The 61-year-old, who led
France is under fire from Brussels after a member of the country’s Socialist government called for jobless Roma to be expelled from French
The European Commission has warned that EU states risk falling behind the US in manufacturing output unless they combat high energy costs, which are
Emergency relief is being sent to victims of Tuesday’s powerful earthquake in Pakistan where the death toll has risen to at least 327.
Police and plain-clothes security officers arrested several gay activists who were protesting outside the 2014 Sochi Olympics organising committee
Gay activists who protested outside the 2014 Sochi Olympics organising committee headquarters have been arrested.
Several held up banners while
A diamond known as the pink star is expected to break all records for a gemstone when it comes up for auction in Switzerland next month.
United Nations inspectors have returned to Syria to continue investigating allegations that chemical weapons have been used in the civil war.
From the siege of the Westgate shopping centre an amateur video has emerged which captures the sheer terror of those caught in the assault while
Europe’s largest carmaker, Volkswagen, has opened a new factory in the Chinese province of Guangdong.
The plant has the capacity to produce 300,000
Chairman of Nokia, Risto Siilasmaa, has owned up to giving misleading information about the pay-off details of former chief executive Stephen