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Dramatic video footage of survivors in the sea after a migrant boat capsized on Friday has been released by the Italian Navy.
A joint operation
The second day of global protests against the American biotechnology giant Monsanto has taken place in several cities around the world.
Venice has carried out the first successful tests on a new flood barrier system designed to save the historic Italian city from rising tides.
The cremation has taken place of Spanish Formula One test driver Maria de Villota.
De Villota was appointed test driver for Anglo-Russian Formula
Cyclone Phailin has struck the coast of India after sweeping across the Bay of Bengal, bringing some gusts of wind of over 300 kilometres an hour
Crown Prince Felipe has replaced his ailing father at Spain’s National Day parade – inspecting troops in an austerity-hit show of military
Some of America’s most famous tourist sites are reopening again this weekend despite the government shutdown.
Individual states struck a deal with
A nuclear nightmare would be nothing new for Japan. And now for the first time since the Fukushima crisis, a major disaster drill is being held to
An earthquake of 6.4 magnitude was detected in the Mediterranean Sea west of the island of Crete on Saturday, but there were no reports of casualties
Italian and Maltese authorities have criticised the European Union following the latest migrant boat disaster in the Mediterranean.
In Vietnam, a state funeral was being held on Saturday for a national hero – General Giap, the independence icon who masterminded military victories
Muslim Brotherhood supporters stage protests in Cairo and in other provinces calling for the return of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi.
At least three people have been killed in a suicide attack in Afghanistan, the day after US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived there for crucial
Amid growing anarchy in Libya, Islamist demonstrators have denounced the capture of al Qaeda suspect Abu Anas al-Liby by US special forces.
It is a
Hundreds of mourners gathered in the Ghanian capital Accra on Friday to commemorate the poet Kofi Awoonor, who was killed in the Westgate mall attack
US Secretary of State John Kerry flew to Afghanistan on Friday for urgent talks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai on a security deal between the two
Argentinian President Christina Fernandez has been described by a presidential spokesperson as being “in full recovery”, three days after undergoing
Belgium secured a place in next year’s World Cup finals when Romelu Lukaku scored twice on Friday. Belgium beat Croatia 2-1 to clinch the top spot in
Scores of people have died after a boat carrying around 250 migrants capsized between Sicily and Tunisia.
The Maltese and Italian navies rescued
Spanish former Formula One test driver Maria de Villota is understood to have died from natural causes, according to sources close to the
The US state department has confirmed the capture of Latif Mehsud, a senior commander in the TTP – the Pakistani branch of the Taliban.
One person has been killed in clashes in Egypt as protests continue against the ousting two months ago of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi