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Libyan officials said 32 people had been killed and almost 400 wounded in clashes in Tripoli between militiamen and protesters.
Residents of the Philippines’ city of Tacloban have been enduring a daily struggle for survival since Typhoon Haiyan devastated the city a week
Talks focused on investment rules, services energy and raw materials.
But the meeting has been somewhat overshadowed by the recent US spying
New Inter Milan owner Erick Thohir was elected president of the 18-times Italian Champions following a meeting of the club’s shareholders on
Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the World and European champions until 2016.
Athlete’s that are caught doping will face stricter sanctions after the World Anti Doping Agency approved a new code that will come into effect in
Glafcos Clerides, former President of Cyprus, has died in hospital in Nicosia following a lengthy illness. He was 94.
Regarded as one of the main
French actress Marion Cotillard and Greenpeace activists protest inside a mock prison cell, in support of fellows activists who were detained on the
Serbia’s Prime Minister, Ivica Dacic, has called for high voter participation in Sunday’s re-run local elections in Mitrovica.
A least 27 people have been killed and 235 wounded in clashes between militiamen and protesters in Tripoli, the Libyan government
The UN has spoken out against racism in French politics as yet another questionable image of the French Justice Minister is published.
In the image
According to an EU opinion poll, only 40 of those interviewed knew that antibiotics don’t kill viruses.
The same survey publicsed on Friday said
A group of Syrian migrants on the Italian island of Lampedusa have finally been able to leave to seek asylum in Sicily.
They are able to apply for
The Eurozone’s recovery is flagging. The latest figures on the monetary union’s economic growth show that the problems are far from over
The European Commission has announced that its inspectors found no evidence that Spain had broken the law by tightening controls at its border with
Heinz has announced the closure of two plants in the United States and one in Canada.
The company says 1,350 workers will lose their
Sony’s PlayStation 4 has been released in United States and
goes on sale in Europe in two weeks.
The new device has received rave reviews and its
Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the assassinated U.S. President John F. Kennedy, is making a late start to her political career.
She is the new
A huge slab of ice, compared in size to Manhattan, has broken away from Antarctica and is heading into open seas. After breaking free in July, it
Every year the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) in Doha rewards an individual or a group of up to six people for their outstanding work
The European Commission has warned that a number of eurozone states risk breaking EU rules over draft budget plans.
It is the first time the
Eurozone inflation has fallen to its lowest level in almost four years.
As a result the ECB has cut interest rates to a record low.
Global celebrities have been walking the red carpet in Berlin for the Bambis, the oldest media awards in Germany.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates and
If you appreciate an over-the-top experience and happen to be in southern California in the coming weeks, the legendary Greystone Mansion in Beverly
“Charlie Countryman” is a 21st century romantic adventure set in Romania.
Shia LaBeouf stars as Charlie, who finds himself thrown into the violent
Thousands of students protesting against government austerity measures clashed with police in cities throughout Italy on Friday.
In Bologna and
The troubled Commonwealth Summit in Sri Lanka again saw angry protests on Friday when the motorcade of the British Prime Minister was briefly mobbed
Chinese state media has announced the relaxation of the country’s one-child policy.
In future, couples will be allowed to have two children if just
The operators of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant have postponed the extremely complicated and difficult task of removing damaged atomic