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Two Turkish pilots taken hostage in retaliation for the kidnapping of a group of Lebanese pilgrims have been freed.
Their release was part of deal
Demonstrators clashed with police in Rome after a march against unemployment, government cuts and big-ticket construction projects descended into
Austerity protesters in Portugal took to buses to cross Lisbon’s landmark April 25th bridge after the government denied them permission to march
Ukraine’s Ivan Vasylchuk produced a stunning performance to edge out Emin Sheykhislyamov of Canada and clinch the Men’s Sambo final in St. Petersburg
The Australian military is investigating whether it may be responsible for starting one of the major wildfires burning in New South Wales.
A state funeral has been held in Belgium for the former Prime Minister Wilfried Martens, who died on October 9 aged 77.
Several European leaders
The charity in Greece looking after the mystery blonde girl found living with a Roma couple who are not her parents has criticised the country’s
Ten people are dead after a plane carrying parachutists plummeted to the ground in the south of Belgium.
Eye-witness reports suggest the
The controversial deportation of teenager Leonarda Dibrani from France to Kosovo has been defended by President Francois Hollande.
But he added
A car bomb in the outskirts of the Syrian capital, Damascus has killed at least 16 members of the country’s security forces, according to a
Former Italian Prime Minister and convicted fraudster, Silvio Berlusconi has been banned by a Milan court from holding public office for two years
Lebanon says nine of its citizens kidnapped by rebels in northern Syria nearly 18 months ago have been freed, prompting celebrations among their
A car bomb in the Iraqi capital Baghdad is known to have left at least six people dead and 15 wounded.
The figures were confirmed by health
Australian Prime Minster Tony Abbott has been inspecting damage caused by the country’s wildfires.
At least one person has died and nearly 200
A gunman surrendered to police on Friday after a two-hour hostage ordeal at a bank in Paris.
Four people were held captive by the man, who was
An endangered bird, that once flew with President Vladimir Putin, has been airlifted to Moscow after losing its flock.
The Siberian white crane
Uganda has heightened its terror alert to the maximum level following what police say are intelligence reports of a potentially imminent Islamist
Greek police have launched an international search to establish the identity of a little girl found living with a Roma couple who are not her
Luxembourg is voting on Sunday in an early election sparked by a spying and corruption scandal.
Jean-Claude Juncker’s government collapsed in July
London’s Covent Garden is known for street entertainment, but passers-by may not have been expecting this particular performance.
Music legend Paul
President Barack Obama has presented the man he has picked as the next head of US homeland security.
If confirmed by the Senate, Jeh Johnson will