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In a boost for President François Hollande, France’s constitutional court has upheld a law banning fracking.
Anti-fracking campaigners were
Dozens of migrants have died and hundreds have been rescued in the Mediterranean in separate incidents on Friday.
Scores of people including
A former German SS officer who took part in one of Italy’s worst wartime massacres, has died at the age of 100.
Erich Priebke, was extradited from
From Saturday, Egypt will shorten the country’s curfew by two hours every day.
The army says this is because of an improvement in security
The EU has told Ukraine that it will have to show progress in key areas if landmark agreements are to be signed next month.
The Commissioner for
The Italian Navy has been called out to rescue around 200 migrants plunged into the sea after a boat from north Africa sunk close to Sicily.
A migrant boat capsized between Sicily and Tunisia on Friday and hundreds of people were in the sea, the Italian navy said, and the national news
The World Bank and IMF have begun their annual joint meeting in Washington, with a long list of fresh challenges facing the two organisations.
The EU must end subsidies for renewable energy if it wants to regain its competitiveness, a group of top CEOs said on Friday.
The heads of the ten
“We are well in the refuge, all 33 of us.”
The message echoed around the world three years ago, announcing the survival of the miners trapped in
Two Britons held in Russia after a Greenpeace protest at an Arctic oil rig have been denied bail.
Kieron Bryan’s family say he is not part of
The joint winner of this year’s Nobel physics prize may have helped discover the secrets of the Universe, but he did not find out he had won the
A former German Nazi SS officer convicted of one of Italy’s worst wartime massacres has died in Rome at the age of 100.
In March 1944, Erich
Human Rights Watch is accusing opposition forces in Syria fighting to defeat the Assad regime of committing crimes against humanity. The New York
Early snowfall in the Alps has caused chaos for farmers and other locals.
Some medium-altitude areas have seen up to 30 centimetres of snowfall
Janet Yellen has been nominated to take over at the Federal Reserve. After a few years as deputy of current chief, Ben Bernanke, she is now set to
The Swedish consulate in Libya has become the latest target for militants in the country.
A car bomb exploded outside the compound in Benghazi on
Learning World takes a look at the educational benefits for those who engage in volunteer work. There is no doubt that volunteers pass on vital
The guardian of global growth and economic stability has set its sites lower for the coming year in its twice-yearly World Economic Outlook. The
Ahead of a state funeral this weekend, Vietnam has entered an official mourning period for its independence hero General Giap.
Flags are flying at
The Italian government is again scrambling to save Alitalia from ruin, by finding a short-term financing solution to keep one of the company’s major
Madrid’s El Prado Museum has opened a new exhibition on Spain’s leading Golden Age painter Velázquez.
It covers the last decade of the Sevillian
She was Europe’s most famous heroin addict.
Christiane F. shot to fame in the late 1970s with her autobiography “We Children from Bahnhof Zoo”. It
The winner of this year’s Nobel Peace prize is the global chemical weapons watchdog overseeing the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons.
Prices are rising at their slowest rate in four years in Spain, where the inflation figures for September show a 0.3 percent increase. It is now over
Questions are already being asked in Britain about the Royal Mail privatisation, where shares soared as soon as the 350 year-old institution was put
The last five years have seen a major revival of Greek cinema. Greek movies are being screened at leading film festivals picking up top
France has been given two more years by the European Commission to get its finances in order but how can it find a way out of its public debt trap
The world’s energy landscape is changing, but what will be next? This was one of the main topics during the KAZENERGY Eurasian Forum, an