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Typhoon Haiyan was downgraded to a Category One as it approached the coast of north Vietnam where it made landfall early on Monday morning
Delegates from almost 200 nations will begin talks in the Polish capital, Warsaw, on Monday to prepare for a global summit on a UN climate
Authorities in the Philippines have begun a massive effort to distribute aid to survivors of super typhoon Haiyan.
It is believed one of the most
The Green Party in Europe is asking anyone in the EU with an interest in Green policies to help choose their two leading candidates.
When the young man with the bright smile signed on with Honda at the start of the season few would have imagined his daring, aggressive racing would
In Britain, thousands of war veterans have taken part in services to mark the annual Remembrance Day commemorations.
In London, Queen Elizabeth led
Iran’s President says the country will not bow to “threats” when it resumes talks in ten days over its nuclear ambitions.
In an address to
Turkey has marked the 75th anniversary of the death of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of the modern Turkish republic.
Thousands of people
A group of Catholics from South Korea have been allowed to cross over the border and attend Mass in North Korea,
They travelled from Seoul to
Venezuelan Maria Gabriela Isler has been declared Miss Universe 2013, beating 85 contestants from around the world.
The 25 year old was crowned at
There has been a cool reaction in Tehran to news that the talks ended without a deal.
“Tired but hopeful” read the headline on some Iranian papers
Vietnam is bracing itself for the arrival of Typhoon Haiyan.
Having caused devastation in the Philippines, it is now heading towards the north of
The death toll in the Philippines continues to rise with at least 10,000 people killed, according to a senior police official
One of the worst hit
Venezuelans have been queuing up to buy cheap TV sets and washing machines after the government occupied a chain of stores forcing them to lower
2022 World Cup with dates to be decided
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has insisted the 2022 World Cup will go ahead in Qatar alone.
Officials in the Leyte province of the Philippines said they feared that at least 10,000 people could have been killed by Typhoon Haiyan.
Three days of intense negotiations between Iran and Western powers have concluded without a deal. The talks will reconvene on November 20.
Hundreds of demonstrators, mainly farmers and food sector workers, held another protest in Brittany against the French government’s taxation plans