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Two journalists with French radio station RFI have been shot dead by gunmen in Mali.
Claude Verlon and Ghislaine Dupont had just finished
Fans of a popular Egyptian satirist whose TV show was cancelled after he poked fun at the military have been staging a protest.
Georgia’s prime minister says he wants his close ally, the Interior Minister Irakly Garibashvili to succeed him.
Billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili
Sydney’s famous landmarks, the Harbor Bridge and Opera House, are barely visible after a blanket of smoke drifted from fires in the Blue Mountains
Thousands of doctors and nurses have marched through Romania’s capital Bucharest calling for better salaries and working conditions.
The French Foreign Ministry has confirmed that two French journalists kidnapped by gunmen in Mali earlier on Saturday have been killed.
Japan and Russia have agreed to hold joint military exercises and combine forces over cyber security. The decisions were announced during ministerial
Activists in St Petersburg have taken to the streets to march against hate and fascism. They say they want to draw attention to rising nationalism
A day after two members of Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party were killed in a drive-by shooting in Athens, locals told euronews they were shocked
Serbs in Kosovo are being encouraged to vote ahead of local elections on November 3.
Serbia and most Serbs in Kosovo refuse to recognise the
The New York City Marathon returns this weekend after a two-year absence. Last year’s event was cancelled in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, which
The United States and Iraq have agreed that urgent military supplies are needed to fight al-Qaeda groups in remote parts of Iraq.
The world’s most expensive pink diamond is set to fetch over 60 million US dollars (40 million euros) at auction.
According to David Bennett
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has denounced what he calls a “massive attack” by Twitter.
In a televised speech Maduro said that more than
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Forensic experts in Bosnia have started to identify the remains of civilian victims of the 1992-95 war.
They remains were exhumed from at the
Two German citizens have been released from kidnappers in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley – but were then immediately arrested by police on drug trafficking
The Netherlands has said it will send combat helicopters and around 380 troops to Mali.
It will be the Dutch forces’ most significant foreign
Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud was killed in a US drone strike in Waziristan on November 1, according to intelligence personnel and
Kimi Raikkonen has threatened to boycott the final two races of the formula one season due to unpaid wages.
The Finnish 2007 world champion says he
The International Olympic committee on Friday lauded praise on the construction for the 2014 Winter Games saying the facilities in Sochi are
Anthony Ciancia, a 23-year-old LA resident, has been named by the FBI as the suspect in the shooting at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)on
Germany and Brazil have circulated a UN draft resolution calling for an end to excessive electronic surveillance.
Brazilian President Dilma
Egypt’s top political comedy show al-Bernameg has been pulled off the air a week after poking fun at the military chief who ousted Islamist President
Russia is reportedly preparing to move 30 Greenpeace activists from Murmansk to St. Petersburg following their arrest over a demonstration against