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Engineer Francis Collomp who had been held hostage in Nigeria ‘fled his captors’ French President Francois Hollande has revealed.
It is understood
A Boeing 737 has crashed on landing at Kazan airport in central Russia killing all 50 people on board.
The son of the president of the province of
Sweden’s Henrik Stenson produced a stunning performance to win the season-ending World Tour Championship on Sunday, becoming the first man to win the
Former U.S. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has given further indication of a comeback by rejoining the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s drug testing program
Over ten thousand demonstrators took to the streets in Athens on Sunday protesting against austerity. The march marked the anniversary of a student
Georgia inaugurated a new president on Sunday. 44-year-old philosopher and former university rector Giorgi Margvelashvili has pledged to strengthen
Novelist Doris Lessing, who tackled race, ideology, gender politics and the workings of the psyche in a prolific and often iconoclastic career, has
The former South African president Nelson Mandela remains “quite ill” and still unable to speak. His ex-wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela says he uses
A Boeing 737-500 airliner crashed on landing in the Russian city of Kazan on Sunday, killing all 50 on board and highlighting the poor safety record
An outright victory for Michelle Bachelet or a second round in Chile’s presidential elections? That was the main question as she and the country’s 13
French President Francois Hollande’s vowed to take a hard line toward Iran in nuclear talks this week as he began a three-day visit to Israel on
The new president of the Maldives Abdullah Yameen has been sworn into office. The president topped the run-off ballot with 51.4 percent of the votes
Filipino typhoon survivors gathered for prayers in a ruined church on Sunday amid the devastation caused by the typhoon that has claimed the lives of
American motorcycle racer Kurt Caselli has died from injuries he suffered in an off-road race in Mexico’s Baja California, a racing authority said on
French hostage Francis Collomp has been freed almost a year after being kidnapped, according to a statement from the French president’s office on
Voters in Kosovo’s volatile north are heading to the polls again on Sunday, as NATO-led peacekeepers boost their presence in the region
Three thousand people in Sydney, Australia braved the rain to call for stronger action on global warming as part of the National Day of Climate
Around one thousand people gathered in central Warsaw on Saturday to call on world leaders to step up action on climate change. Warsaw hosts the
A Greek anti-establishment group has claimed responsibility for the murder of two members of the far-right Golden Dawn party.
Thousands of people have demonstrated in Naples against the dumping of toxic waste in the region.
Protesters say the local mafia, known as the
An award ceremony has marked the end of the eighth edition of the Rome Film Festival.
The top film prize went to Alberto Fasulo for his documovie
Eleven people have been killed in an assault on a police station in the Xinjiang province in northwestern China.
Chinese state media says nine
The EU had been set to take a decision this Monday on whether the bloc should sign a trade deal with Ukraine in Lithuania later this month.
More international aid is continuing to reach the survivors of typhoon Haiyan in the central Philippines.
US soldiers delivered packs of food
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has relaunched his PDL party as Forza Italia, the political movement that brought him to power two
Voters in Chile will go to the polls on Sunday to choose the country’s next president.
They will also select 120 members of the lower House of
The president of Iraqi Kurdistan has been in Turkey calling on Kurds there to support the country’s peace process.
It was Masoud Barzani’s first