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The United States has acknowledged that it needs to make changes to its intelligence gathering procedures.
The pressure is on the US to regain the
Outside a jail in the West Bank, some 2,000 Israelis have protested at the imminent release of 26 Palestinian prisoners.
They are the latest batch
A mining disaster in Spain has left six people dead and five others in hospital.
There was no explosion. It is thought victims were overcome by
President of football’s world governing body Sepp Blatter this week took a strong stance against racism in football.
In London to help celebrate
Damaged Republicans set to lose key off-year elections on November 5
Just weeks after the end of the government shutdown and after a default was
Saakashvili had already packed his things to move out of the presidential palace ahead of the election, since a third term in office was out of the
The Lebanese army has intervened in the northern city of Tripoli, where violence has erupted between supporters and opponents of Syrian President
Bankia – the symbol of Spain’s financial crisis – has announced some good news – its income from loans rose last quarter as it made a 362 million
The late celebrated American culture icon Lou Reed, who died on Sunday, liked to keep language short and simple. That meant song lyrics, melodies and
With just over 100 days until the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics local residents continue to enjoy the southern Russian city’s
Georgia’s newly-elected President Georgy Margvelashvili has made it clear that deepening the former Soviet Republic’s ties with Europe are a key
Kosovo has started key talks with the European Union.
The two parties are discussing a Stabilisation and Association agreement, the first step to
East meets West as Turkey connects the European and Asian part of Istanbul with a rail tunnel under the Bosphorus Strait, the busy shipping channel
Michael Jackson’s personal physician Conrad Murray has been released from prison after serving only half of his four-year sentence.
Work has begun on a new base in Romania that will form part of a controversial US ballistic missile shield.
The Deveselu base is scheduled to
Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize winner and former political prisoner in Myanmar, has been received in the Vatican by Pope Francis.
The high winds that battered Britain on Monday has evoked memories of a huge storm 26 years ago and the gaffe surrounding it.
At least 22 people
Protests over the trial of a Turkish policeman charged with killing a demonstrator in June have flared into clashes with police in Ankara.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has moved to defuse controversy over gay rights in the lead up to the 2014 Winter Olympics.
He told the
Britain has been battered by its worst storm in a decade.
A crane crashed down onto the Cabinet Office in London. No injuries were reported there
Autumn is jazz time in the Azerbaijan capital Baku. Each year, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism organises the International Baku Jazz Festival
Turner Classic Movies and Bonhams auctioneers Bonhams are holding an auction of rare movie memorabilia at the 2013 TCM Classic Film Festival.
A new exhibition at the Musée Maillol in Paris spotlights the culture of the Etruscan people, who predated the Romans as leaders among the
A saucy move from McDonalds as it announced it was going to stop buying tomato ketchup from Heinz after 40 years.
The coy reason they gave was
Police in Pakistan are hunting a man suspected of stabbing up to 30 women.
Law enforcers said the incidents had taken place mainly in the early
The EU says the elections in Georgia show that democracy is strengthening in the former Soviet Republic.
International observers have also given
A major storm that battered Britain has also struck hard across mainland Europe.
In France, winds of up to 160 kilometres per hour swept across the
A scandal involving loans made to gangsters by Mizuho Financial Group, Japan’s second-biggest bank, is costing some of its top bosses.
The New York Stock Exchange says a weekend test of trading of shares of Twitter went smoothly.
The simulated buying and selling of shares was a