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Spanish singing legend Manolo Escobar, who helped make the musical homage to his homeland “Y Viva Espana” an international hit, has died at the age
For the last four months, some 300 Kosovar Albanians, including 90 children, have been residing under a bridge in the French city of Lyon.
Footballers in France will hope for a winning strike of a different kind next month when they protest over a controversial super tax.
EU leaders are in Brussels for the first summit not to be dominated by the eurozone crisis.
Even though it is not on the agenda, allegations of
Ukrainian boxing star Vitali Klitschko has thrown his hat into the ring for the 2015 presidential elections.
Klitschko, currently an opposition
DNA tests have proved a Bulgarian couple are the biological parents of a four-year-old girl found in Greece.
Police launched an international
As Europe’s leaders gather in Brussels, there is likely to be one subject dominating the EU summit – did the US spy on the German Chancellor Angela
Millions of students and thousands of teachers protested against fresh cutbacks to the education sector in Spain.
Students, teachers and unions
French jobless claims continue to rise. In September they hit a new record.
The number of registered unemployed increased by the highest margin
Clothing chain Primark has said it will pay out additional compensation for the Rana Plaza factory disaster in Bangladesh.
The Irish firm is the
One question has been haunting the operatic world for some time now: after a gloriously successful career spanning 23 years, will Natalie Dessay’s
If you can’t spy on your friends, who can you spy on? The latest espionage allegations have thrown fat on the fire of Europe’s official anger towards
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned the US that there is no spying among friends.
Chancellor Merkel gave her tough rebuke as she arrived at
Oleg Bagov continued Russia’s fine showing in the wrestling disciplines at the World Combat Games in St Petersburg.
Bagov thrilled the home crowd
A former commander of a communist labour camp in Romania has been charged with genocide for his alleged role in the deaths of 103 political
It seems there is a fresh chance that a quarter of the jobs at a doomed Goodyear tyre plant in northern France could be saved.
Union leaders and
The police in Portugal have re-opened their probe into the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann, it has emerged.
A poster bearing the words “Europe’s shame” was hanging in the heart of the EU quarter in Brussels on Wednesday as a European summit got underway
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A hunter in Norway had a moose in his cross hairs – but missed and hit a man sitting on the toilet in a neaby cabin.
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Hundreds of bodies, believed to have been killed by Serb forces during the 1995-1992 war, have been found in a mass grave in Bosnia.
After eight years the indomitable little Gaul Asterix is back with a new adventure, ‘Asterix and the Picts’, which is set in Scotland.
There were fewer people out of work in Spain in the three months up to September thanks to a busy tourist season.
The jobless rate was 26 percent
This weekend’s Indian Grand Prix will go ahead after the country’s supreme court postponed a hearing aimed at getting it cancelled.
Malta has hit out at the European Union accusing it of “playing for time” on migration.
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said he was sceptical about
A report published by The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced, for the first time, that air pollution causes lung cancer
The Astana Opera Theatre in Kazakhstan staged a major production this year. Honoured guests from over 25 countries enjoyed the premiere of Giuseppe