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The start of a thaw in US-Iranian relations has been met by almost unanimous approval from world leaders – but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
The political crisis provoked by former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s People of Freedom Party ministers resigning their cabinet posts on his
Russia has successfully launched an unmanned Proton-M rocket into space, carrying a communications satellite for SES, a firm based in
One of the two imprisoned members of Pussy Riot has been denied all visits, even by family members.
The Russian authorities say the move is to
Pope Francis has confirmed a date for two of his predecessors to be declared saints: April 27, 2014.
Pope John Paul II (1978-2005), who symbolised
Vice President of the Ukrainian football federation has lashed out at FIFA and the Football against Racism in Europe group (FARE) for his country’s
Jailed Belarussian political rights activist Ales Bialiatski has become the first person to receive the Council of Europe’s Václav Havel Human Rights
As many as 20 centre-right Italian senators are poised to break away from Silvio Berlusconi’s People of Freedom (PDL) Party, according to
The crackdown against Golden Dawn – Greece’s far right party has been stepped up. The government is preparing a bill which will be put before
Since the start of the serious violence in Syria, the country that has felt the most direct practical impact has been neighbouring Lebanon. The
Syria has delivered a defiant message to the United Nations, blaming rebels for atrocities and comparing what it calls an invasion of foreign
In Iraq a wave of car bombs left at least 54 dead with many more injured according to officials.
The bombers struck in mainly Shi’ite
Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is set to take charge of Turkish first division champions Galatasaray after it was confirmed the Italian
Canada’s Milos Raonic celebrated his fifth career ATP tour title on Sunday when he beat top seed Tomas Berdych to claim the Thailand Open in Bangkok
Wearing high heels and some outrageous outfits, participants took part in a 250-metre charity run, in support of the Marie Curie Children’s Hospital
Using the sun’s rays, the lighting of the Olympic flame for the Winter Games in Sochi went off without a hitch in Greece on Sunday. It will be
In Monaco not everything is luxury, quietness, and pleasure, to quote French poet Charles Baudelaire.
More than 5,000 companies are crammed onto
Queen Elizabeth II of England is advertising for a sous chef who will help to prepare food both at Buckingham Palace and in the other royal
President of Spain’s Catalonia region, Artur Mas, is calling his trip to Brussels a “normal” visit after failing to meet with Jose Manuel Barroso
Apple has taken over from Coca-Cola to become the most valuable brand in the world, according to the Interbrand annual report. Coca Cola is now in
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has ordered People of Freedom (PDL) ministers within Prime Minister Enrico Letta’s government to
Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito are back on trial in Italy for the murder of 21-year-old student Meredith Kercher in 2007.
They were convicted
Democrats who control the U.S. Senate were confident that they would continue to move forward with the “Obamacare” health reforms on Monday and send
Tourists sunbathing on Sicily’s southern beaches got a nasty reminder on Monday that their suntrap is a deathtrap for many migrants seeking a better
Siemens is to cut the jobs of 15,000 people over the next year.
A third of those are in its industrial, energy and infrastructure businesses in
Inflation in the eurozone fell faster than expected in September.
It dipped to its lowest level in three and a half years.
That is good news for
Europe’s stock markets slumped on Monday in reaction to the political strife in Italy and the United States.
There was a big sell off of shares in
Take-off has been 10 years in the making, but Airbus has celebrated the launch of its first A400M military transport plane.
A ceremony has been
Whilst the female nude feels an almost staple fixture in art exhibitions, the male nude has rarely been afforded the same level of exposure.