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“A brilliant victory” is how the National Front is describing a local election success in the south of France.
Laurent Lopez, representing the
Police in Moscow say they made some 300 arrests amid rioting in the south of the city as people vented their anger after a local was murdered
Several aid workers with a Red Cross mission in Syria have been kidnapped by gunmen in the country’s northwest.
State media reported that the
European finance ministers meet at the start of the week, for once not weighed down with urgent bailout matters following Ireland’s announcement that
Journalists have demonstrated in St. Petersburg in support of a colleague, being held with Greenpeace activists over an oil drilling protest in the
At least 50 people have been killed after a makeshift bus plunged 300 metres down a ravine in the Peruvian Andes.
Around a dozen children are
Israel says it has found a tunnel running into the country from the Gaza Strip, intended for ‘terrorist activity”.
The Israeli army says it is 1.7
Muslim pilgrims have flooded into Mecca for the annual Hajj pilgrimage, the fifth and final pillar of Islam.
Construction work at the Grand Mosque
Fires in Australia caused by soaring temperatures and gusty winds have sparked emergencies in parts of New South Wales.
Two fires threatened the
Dozens of migrants rescued after their ship sank in the Mediterranean on Friday have been brought to Sicily by the Italian Navy.
More than 230
More than 90 people are reported killed in a stampede among Hindu worshippers at a festival in central India.
Around 100 have been injured, with at
Cyclone Phailin has left a trail of destruction.
But India’s strongest storm in years has proved less lethal than feared, with 14 deaths reported
It was a final send-off fit for one of the 20th century’s most important military commanders.
Appropriately, soldiers accompanied Vietnam’s
Exposure to high levels of aircraft noise near busy international airports has been linked to a higher risk of heart disease and strokes in two
British actor Benedict Cumberbatch says a letter from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asking him not to do a movie about the emergence of the
Over 50 vintage cars from more than 20 countries begin their 1,800 km drive through China in the Classic Cars Challenge.
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel won the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday but was made to wait for his fourth successive Formula One title after Ferrari’s
Despite a deal to reopen a number of iconic tourist sites, the US government remains closed with a default deadline looming.
The debt ceiling must
US National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden has received an “Integrity in Intelligence” award from a group of former US intelligence
Russian police have arrested 67 people after fighting broke out during a gay rights protest in St Petersburg.
The disturbances began after a group
Protesters clashed with police in the Chilean capital Santiago on Saturday, during a march in support of the Mapuche Indians.
Police used water
At least five people have been killed and half a million forced into shelters as Cyclone Phailin makes landfall on India’s eastern coast.
Police in Azerbaijan have beaten and arrested demonstrators at an opposition rally protesting at alleged electoral fraud during presidential
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Afghan President Hamid Karzai have wrapped up two days of talks without reaching a deal on a bilateral security