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Egypt’s government says it is lifting the three-month state of emergency and night-time curfews. The economic life of the country was hit by the
The cornerstone of the first privately-owned stadium in French football was laid during a ceremony to celebrate construction of Olympique Lyonnais’
An Egyptian football player has been banned for allegedly showing a four-fingered hand gesture linked to supporters of ousted President Mohamed
Harlem Globetrotters player William ‘Bull’ Bullard took slam dunking to a whole new level during an exhibition in Honduras.
After bringing the
Tepid economic growth in the European Union and people working longer as pension ages are raised means 5.6 million under the age of twenty five are
Officials in the central Philippines are still overwhelmed in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. In Tacloban, corpses lay uncollected. Desperate
The plight of the Philippines is ever-present as an international climate change conference continues in Poland.
On the sidelines of the event, a
French President Francois Hollande hosted 24 European leaders on Tuesday for a summit to tackle youth unemployment across the EU which stands at 23.5
Families on Cebu island in the Philippines who lost everything in Typhoon Haiyan are utterly dependent on aid.
With access difficult for the big
There is a state of emergency not just for patients but for hospitals as well after the super storm ripped through Tacloban in the Philippines. The
The death toll from the massive typhoon that devastated the Philippines is likely to be around 8,000 less than first feared, it’s been
They had fled repression in Iran for a safer time pursuing their music in the US.
But four years after rock band Yellow Dogs arrived in Brooklyn
Thousands of Venezuelans have flocked to electronics stores, hoping to take advantage of the new so-called fair prices imposed by President Nicolas
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has sent a robust response to speculation on why nuclear talks with western powers broke down.
A new series of high-speed electric car races will spark interest in battery powered vehicles, it’s been claimed.
Formula E plans to stage the
EU negotiators have secured a deal on next year’s budget for the 28-member bloc.
Under the agreement, EU spending should total 135.5 billion euros
All 30 people arrested in Russia after a Greenpeace protest have arrived in St. Petersburg – their new place of detention – after weeks behind bars
The world faces a potential oil supply crunch and higher prices, according to the latest analysis by the International Energy Agency.
The IEA said
University students have tried to blockade politicians inside the Bulgarian parliament in Sofia as part of an ongoing protest against alleged
Children wait hoping for a safe departure, the dead are counted, and appeals for aid echo around the globe. Tacloban has been flattened. So too has
Venezuela’s president says there will be no let-up in the “economic offensive” against the country’s “bourgeois parasites”.
The government has sent
The World Bank is urging governments in developing countries to do more to ensure people can get access to financial services – such as bank accounts
Plans have been unveiled for a £47.3-billion airport – at the mouth of London’s River Thames.
The six-runway airport – named Boris Island after its
The two countries have long been at odds and the Polish ambassador’s visit to Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday morning was far from a social
A movie director has apologised after actors in Nazi uniforms were filmed in an English village on Remembrance Sunday.
David Ayer, the man behind
New Delhi is often tagged the “rape capital of India” due to the high number of sex crimes committed in the area. Many women have now turned to
A day after Syria’s Western-backed opposition agreed to join peace talks, rebels on the ground reportedly say they, too, are ready to attend.
A satirical video campaign against sexual assaults in India has been making an impact on YouTube. The short video entitled “It’s your fault” has been
The makers of part two of the Hunger Games saga are hoping the latest instalment, ‘Catching Fire’, does as well as the series opener, which did $200