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Religious tension is mounting in the Palestinian territories, as attacks are made on a number of important sites.
Residents in the West Bank
President Barack Obama has announced his nomination for the new head of the Federal Reserve.
If confirmed by Congress, Janet Yellen will take over
A passenger with no experience of flying has performed an emergency landing at Humberside Airport in England, thanks to guidance from air traffic
Several Turkish military officers have had their convictions upheld for a coup to overthrow Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan in 2003.
In the ruling
Once again, the maxim ‘time is money’ fits. It’s been nine days that the American government has been partly shut down; there is still no sign of a
The French Foreign Ministry has disclosed that two more French journalists have been taken hostage in Syria, bringing the number of French
For members and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, ways of voicing protest are increasingly limited.
The government has banned all
By Ali May, UK Correspondent
There has been a revival of hope over finding a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear dispute. This began when Hassan
The Swiss remain firmly at the top of the world’s rich list and the USA is only in fifth place, but it is back on the up, the wealthiest region
For long Britain has been labelled as the black sheep of the European Union, the kid that nobody wants to play with. Prime Minister David Cameron’s
The civil war in Syria and the recent deaths of more than 270 asylum seekers off the Italian coast show that EU is not doing enough to tackle the
Andy Murray has pulled out of the season-ending World Tour Finals in London next month as he continues to recover from a minor back operation.
Borussia Dortmuind coach Jurgen Klopp announced on Wednesday he will not appeal his two match Champions League ban handed down by UEFA.
Klopp – who
They are out there in cyber space and they are tormenting thousands across Europe. Their sniping, hate comments and campaigns have led to victims
Hungary has been cracking down on its homeless people. Cities now have a law saying they can define areas where they aren’t allowed to stay, such as
The Dutch foreign minister has apologised to Moscow for the detention of a Russian diplomat in The Hague, saying his right to immunity had been
Janet Yennen is only the second woman to run a state central bank anywhere. The sixty-seven year-old is Brooklyn born, to a doctor father and teacher
The survival film “All Is Lost” is a one man show for Robert Redford.
Just as the character he is playing is on a solo voyage across the Indian
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso’s trip to the Italian island of Lampedusa began with boos and shouts of ‘shame’ and ‘murderers’
In Azerbaijan’s election, exit polls point to a huge victory for President Ilham Aliyev, who has been in power since 2003.
Polls closed at 14:00
A group of three topless female activists from protest group FEMEN interrupted the plenary session of the Spanish Congress shouting “abortion is
The head of the the global chemical weapons watchdog has confirmed they will be sending 12 more inspectors to Syria.
Ahmet Uzumcu, Director General
Samsung is hoping to throw a curve ball its competitor’s way with the launch of its Galaxy Round, the world’s first curved smartphone.
A drive to create the world’s largest free trade zone could take up to three years, it’s been claimed.
European commissioner Michael Barnier, in an
Six workers at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant have been exposed to radioactive water. The incident happened after one of them mistakenly
A passenger miraculously landed a light aircraft in the England after its pilot fell ill.
The drama unfolded as the plane was flying to Sandtoft
“Charisu” – it means “the desire to move” and is a performance choreographed by Leela Samson, one of India’s dance officionados. Charisu is an
Greenpeace activists protesting against the detention by Russian authorities of 30 people held on piracy charges have scaled the Gazprom building in
On Tuesday, the Bulgarian Constitutional Court reinstated the controversial media mogul Delyan Peevski as a lawmaker after the cancellation of his