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Two members of Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party have been killed in a suspected drive-by shooting.
The attack took place amid a government
Authorities in California have confirmed one person was killed and at least six others injured after a gunman opened fire with an assault rifle in
Chain mail and razor wire is being used on a six metre high triple fence separating the Spanish territory of Melilla from Morocco.
It is designed
Thousands of Sikhs from across Europe demonstrated in front of the UN office in Geneva to mark the 29th anniversary of the 1984 attacks on Sikhs in
French author Gerard de Villiers, whose thrillers sold more than 100 million copies worldwide, has died aged 83.
He created the SAS series with an
At least two people have been killed in a drive-by shooting outside the offices of Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party in Athens.
Portugal’s lawmakers have given outline approval to a budget bill for 2014 that slashes spending on state pensions, public sector wages, healthcare
The Pakistani Taliban have confirmed that their leader, Hakimullah Mehsud, has been killed in a US drone strike.
Mehsud, who was believed to be in
There have been protests in southeastern Turkey against a wall being built along the border with Syria in a bid to control illegal movement. In
Flights have been grounded at Los Angeles International Airport after a shooting that wounded at least one security agent.
Passengers were ordered
Thousands of protesters have marched in Lisbon calling for the government to resign after it voted through an austerity budget for 2014.
The Federal Reserve has again extended its stimulus programme. The US central bank said it is waiting for more evidence that the economy is
The German government is reportedly keen to talk to whistleblower Edward Snowden about the United States spying on its allies.
It comes after the
“Wake up!” chanted some 2,000 protesters rallying in front of Sofia University after students, who have been occupying part of the university since
A man in a full Nazi uniform was thrown out of a UK supermarket after upsetting shoppers.
Paul Dutton was pictured walking in the aisles of Asda in
Muslim Brotherhood supporters have been marching in protest on the streets of Cairo ahead of Monday’s trial of deposed Islamist President Mohamed
Shares of Eastman Kodak are being traded again on the New York Stock Exchange.
The photography pioneer invented the digital camera, but failed to
Four Weight categories were in action on day two of the Judo Grand Prix in Qingdao, China.
Igor Wandtke of Germany claimed gold in the -73 kg
A European Parliament delegation was received at the White House this week, its mission to apply diplomatic first aid to the Edward Snowden
Educational reform in Lebanon is going slowly; schools are struggling and both teachers and students face tough challenges ahead. State schools have
Babies born in Germany with both male and female characteristics – known as intersex – can now have their gender left blank on birth
An environmentalist group is accusing Russia and Ukraine of blocking the creation of two marine life sanctuaries in Antarctic waters.
At talks in
Standard & Poor’s has cut its assessment of Ukraine’s creditworthiness with a downgrade to B minus.
S&P is concerned about Ukraine’s falling
Apple’s latest gadget has gone on sale as it tries to hold on to its dominant position in the increasingly heated tablet market.
The iPad Air –
Part-nationalised Royal Bank of Scotland has said it is to create an “internal bad bank”.
That would hold 38 billion pounds (45 billion euros)
In Gaza they are burying their dead after the bloodiest flare up of violence in months left four Palestinians dead according to Hamas
On paper there was no contest – a hungry bear versus an 80-year-old shepherd.
But, remarkably, the octogenarian triumphed, unleashing kicks and
The electricity grid in Berlin could be returned to public hands when Berliners vote in a referendum on Sunday.
It follows a campaign by the
Superheros are non too common in Indian culture and virtually non-existent in Bollywood films.
But seven years on from ‘Krrish’ in 2006, Bollywood