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French football officials have met the president but failed to break the deadlock in a tax dispute which could see clubs go on strike.
Passengers will soon be able to use electronic devices throughout their entire flight on US airlines after aviation regulators there ended a
Embattled by the botched rollout of the health care law, partisan gridlock in Congress and allied fury over spying allegations, US President Barack
A longlasting racial conflict appears to be rekindling in Hungary. Hardcore believers in the political far right are assuming a new name. They are
Could a Jewish memorial site in Berlin be the burial place for the head of the Gestapo who disappeared after World War II?
There are claims from a
Learning how to be creative is not a contradiction in terms. In fact, taking a study module to develop your imagination could be a career
As business people and science and technology experts gathered in Moscow for something called the Open Innovation Forum and Expo, Russia’s version of
A Polish journalist who was taken hostage by Islamist militants in northwest Syria in July has managed to escape and is now safely back home. Marcin
Romanian scientists have created a blood-like liquid that could be used in surgery or for transfusions in case of accidents. The artificial blood
The WISE Awards 2013 go to six outstanding educational projects which solve concrete issues and have a big impact.
This year winners came from
Protesters demanding better housing rights in Italy have clashed with police in central Rome.
Reports say at least six people including four police
Baku is the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan. Known as the City of Contrasts, Baku boasts an interesting blend of traditional values and modern
The future of Spanish loss-making consumer appliance company Fagor is looking increasingly uncertain.
Employees demonstrated outside their
Two former editors of News of the World, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, had a six-year affair during their time at Rupert Murdoch’s now defunct
Syria has destroyed or disabled all of its declared chemical weapons production and mixing facilities according to the international
It is one of the largest collections of ancient Chinese art in the world.
The National Palace Museum in Taiwan is home to some 700,000 such
Former US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden has found a job working for an unknown website in Russia, according to his lawyer. The 30-year-old
The start of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s trial for crimes against humanity has been
postponed until Feb. 5, the International Criminal Court
Protests took place on Thursday in Nairobi, Kenya, calling for six men who raped a girl and left her in a sewer to be brought to justice. Three of
The EU has pledged 15 million euros in aid to Kosovo ahead of local elections this weekend.
The money is part of the push by EU foreign policy
Air France-KLM has written off the value of its 25 percent stake in Italy’s financially-troubled Alitalia.
In its latest results, the Franco-Dutch
The number of people out of work in the eurozone stuck at record highs in September and the August total was revised up. It was 12.2 percent of the
For millions in the morning the coffee shop is a necessary stopping-off point. That essential cup – espresso, latte or perhaps a cappuccino. But for
Ron Woodruff is a tough living Texan cowboy. He is played by actor Matthew McConaughey in the movie “Dallas Buyers Club”. It is 1985 and Woodruff’s
The bodies of over 90 migrants, mostly women and children who died of thirst, have been found in the Sahara in northern Niger.
Their vehicles broke
In a sign of the times in Turkey, four MPs from the Islamist-rooted ruling AK party have worn Islamic head scarves in parliament.
Three giant mirrors have been built high on the mountainside above the Norwegian industrial town of Rjukan.
They have been erected to shed some
The 2013 WISE Prize, a kind of Nobel Prize for education, has been awarded to Vicky Colbert.
The Colombian sociologist and founder of the ‘New
A national strike demanding higher wages for Indonesian workers has failed to win much support, according to the government.
Authorities said fewer