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Scientists have created the first ever man-made volcanic ash cloud to test how passenger planes can cope with future volcanic blasts.
A French court has ordered German certification firm TUV Rheinland to pay compensation to hundreds of women who were fitted with defective breast
Portugal host Sweden in the first leg of their World Cup playoff on Friday in a game that will see arguably Europe’s two deadliest front men face
Prince Charles has reached the age of 65, which he is enjoying in Sri Lanka ahead of opening the Commonwealth Summit, where he is representing his
At least three people are dead and thirteen injured following the explosion of a gas pipeline in a village in western Poland.
At least 12 homes were
The authorities in Cameroon are blaming Boko Harem islamic extremists for the kidnap of a French priest in the far north of the country.
The leader of Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD) has told party members that they may have to grin and bear a coalition with Angela Merkel’s
Russian security forces believe they have hit on a novel, highly effective way of improving the performance of their crack police units.
President Obama and the Democrats have finally agreed to make modifications to their flagship health reforms, but only because the huge project is
The incoming Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen assured markets on Thursday that the US central bank does not intend to cut its economic
French Minister of Economy and Finance Pierre Moscovici has found the time in his first year and a half in that job to write a book about it. We
Voting in some countries is required by law but no longer in Chile. For the first time, people may vote if they want to. Among other changes: in this
Janet Yellen, the White House nominee to take over at the Federal Reserve stressed there is “no set time” for the central bank to reduce its stimulus
Germany´s second largest utility RWE has announced it will cut more jobs and reduce its capital spending in response to plunging wholesale power
‘Narco Cultura’ is a documentary that explores the influence of Mexico’s drugs war on the country’s pop culture.
The enduring drugs-related
Rising country singer Kellie Pickler is releasing her fourth studio album, ‘The Woman I Am’.
A finalist on American Idol’s fifth season and a
Lily Allen recently said her return to the music scene would feature what she called “feminist vibes”, promising an “empowering” new record for fans
Humanitarian organisations in Hungary say the country cannot cope with a massive influx of refugees.
The number asking for asylum has increased
Greece interrupted its ongoing negotiations with the troika of lenders on Thursday to hold talks with its eurozone counterparts amid a row over its
In the Saudi capital Riyadh, hundreds of foreign workers were piled into buses to be taken to deportation centres on Wednesday evening.
Following concerns that firearms made using 3-D printers could evade metal detectors with disastrous consequences, the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco
More than six days after Typhoon Haiyan destroyed their lives the people of rural northern Cebu are finally getting some help. Aid has arrived, but
Ireland says its economy has recovered sufficiently that it does not need a line of credit after it ends its bailout next month.
The eurozone economy all but stagnated in the third quarter of the year.
France’s recovery fizzling out and growth in Germany slowing.
There are warnings of a humanitarian disaster in Gaza caused by the floodwater submerging the streets: not the aftermath of heavy rain, but raw
British experts are monitoring a huge iceberg that has come off from the Pine Island glacier in Antarctica. It measures roughly 700 square
Tacloban residents scramble to get out of the city as desperation grows over lack of food and water six days after a powerful typhoon.
Thursday’s visit by Russian officials to Egypt has triggered talk of a new era of defence cooperation between Moscow and Cairo.
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