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Islands disputed by two Asian neighbours are at the centre of a fresh flare-up of tension.
South Korea has flexed its military muscles, staging a
Former premier Silvio Berlusconi caused another stir in Italian politics on Friday. His People for Freedom Party (PDL) voted to change it’s name
China claimed their first gold medal at the World Combat Games in St Petersdburg, Russia after winning the Women’s team Taekwondo final.
For the first time in history the Olympic flame visited the north pole.
The flame for the Sochi 2014 winter Olympics began its 65 000 kilometre
The German football federation on Friday confirmed it will enter a bid to host the European championship in 2024.
Although the 2020 tournament will
As Single Market Month draws to a close, European Commissioner Michel Barnier took part in a one-hour public debate with European citizens.
Spain’s prestigious Asturias Awards have been officially presented to this year’s recipients.
In a ceremony full of pomp and pageantry in the
A 30-centimetre high tsunami has hit the northeastern coast of Japan this Friday.
Although it is much smaller than the wave that hit in 2011
Crisis talks have begun in Tunisia between the ruling Islamist party and its opponents.
Mediators hope the negotiations will bring an end to the
There was devastation and chaos in a suburb of Damascus this Friday when a car bomb exploded near a mosque. Graphic video footage – which cannot be
Polls suggest the Czech Republic’s Social Democratic (CSSD) party is on course to win the country’s parliamentary election, but will need partners in
Car workers chanted their anger at the PSA Peugeot Citroen assembly line at Aulnay on the outskirts of Paris on Friday.
Amid falling new car sales
The world second largest lorry maker Volvo is to cut 2,000 jobs. It is all part of a plan announced in September which is designed to generate annual
DNA tests have confirmed that a Bulgarian Roma couple are the biological parents of mystery blond girl Maria who was found at a Roma settlement in
Angela Merkel’s mobile phone was one of the most talked out issues of the week – especially at an EU summit in Brussels.
Although EU officials
Madagascar is holding its first presidential election since outgoing leader Andry Rajoelina came to power in 2009 in a military-backed
This edition of Learning World looks at how the educational landscape in Saudi Arabia, Canada and New Zealand is changing. Three schemes in these
The following text and multimedia are the product of journalism workshops at the European Youth Media Days that took place at the European Parliament
Italian authorities say that they have rescued up to 800 more migrants from the seas around the coast of Lampedusa in the last 24 hours including
Britain’s economy is perking up. Between July and September it expanded at the swiftest pace in more than three years.
Gross domestic product rose
We now know what sort of price Twitter will be looking for as it launches on the stock market – and it is on the low side.
The online messaging
Northern European countries dominate a list of the best places to live in the world for women, it’s emerged.
Iceland tops the table – which
A task force has been set up to tackle Europe’s migration crisis.
The issue has been bought into sharp focus by two boat disasters, including one
Norway has declined a request from the United States to help destroy Syria’s chemical weapons.
The Norwegian government said it would like to help
As allegations of US spying on world leaders dominate the headlines, it’s fair to imagine it’s quite tough to escape Washington’s clutches.
Over the last 25 years, Austrian film director Michael Haneke has established himself among the most important creative talents in cinema history
The Italian authorities say they have rescued around 800 migrants from unseaworthy vessels in four separate incidents off the coast of Lampedusa
Blondes aren’t the sharpest tool in the box, women’s place is in the kitchen, Germans have no sense of humour and the Scottish are tight with their