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Austria goes to the polls on Sunday for the country’s parliamentary elections.
Current Chancellor Werner Faymann and his centre-left Social
Germany’s defeated Social Democrats are ready to hold preliminary talks to see if a coalition can be formed with Angela Merkel’s conservatives.
US President Barack Obama has spoken on the phone to Iranian President Hassan Rohani – the highest-level contact between the US and Iran since
Russia’s Black Sea resort of Sochi is revving up to make its Formula 1 debut next year.
A special demonstration day to show off the track featured
Western diplomats have been highlighting Iran’s new tone over the past few days – saying that country’s the country’s President Hassan Rohani brought
Egypt’s tourism revenues have been in a spin since the Arab Spring turned the country upside down. As tourism accounts for 11 percent of GDP the
Iranian President Hassan Rohani has said that EU and US officials sounded “different compared to the past” – during a press conference rounding off a
Eleven meetings and over a decade of investigation by the International Atomic Energy Agency of Iran’s nuclear programme, and now the promise of a
Don’t ban big ships from Venice!
That was the message from workers at the city’s port, alarmed at calls to outlaw cruise ships from the tourist
Police have dismantled a Roma camp in northern France, in another sign of the Socialist government’s tough line on the minority. Some 200 people had
Angela Merkel won by a landslide. In Germany’s elections the CDU-CSU managed to secure 42% of the vote. Her reassuring style, coupled with figures
Scientists are suggesting we can soon stop calling weather disasters ‘natural’. They said it with growing certainty a few years ago; now their doubts
Westgate shopping centre in Nairobi, Kenya, was a killing ground for four days, as the army battled Islamist militant terrorists who call themselves
Greenpeace says it will appeal after a Russian court jailed a group of activists for protesting at the country’s first offshore oil platform in the
The Spanish economy looks to be crawling out of the swamp of recession as the government delivered a budget free from unpopular cuts to health and
On the outskirts of Moscow, Masha Gessen is preparing dinner for her friends and family. She is an openly gay Russian-American journalist, who has
In this interview, Maria Lipman, a political analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Centre talks about why Russia’s anti-gay laws are supported by a majority
In this interview Masha Gessen talks about why Putin has stamped his seal of approval on banning homosexual propagand to minors but also why she
Briton Brian Cookson has emerged from an acrimonious campaign to be elected the new president of the International Cycling Union (ICU).
Swedish forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has already served up plenty of tasty pieces of skill for Paris Saint Germain supporters.
But now fans of the
Barcelona’s star striker Lionel Messi has appeared in court over an alleged €4 million tax fraud.
He is accused, alongside his father Jorge, of
The British government has launched a legal challenge against EU plans to cap bankers’ bonuses.
Under EU law payouts to bankers will not exceed
Footballing superstar Lionel Messi and his father have appeared in court in Barcelona to answer tax evasion allegations to the tune of more than four
In Nairobi, the Somali residents of Eastleigh, known as “Little Mogadishu” fear a backlash against their community, some are even packing their
All was going smoothly and to plan ahead of the Nina Ricci show at Paris Fashion Week.
Guests were getting comfortable in their seats and were
Japanese car giants Toyota and Nissan have issued vehicle recalls.
Toyota say they have recalled 615,000 Sienna minivans in the US as a result of a
Business confidence in the euro zone has risen for the fifth month in succession, hitting a 2-year high this month.
It is seen as evidence that a