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Syria’s government and opposition have agreed to meet for the first time in an attempt to halt the country’s civil war.
The peace conference will
Coalition talks look set to bear fruit this week for German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives and their Social Democrat rivals.
After weeks of speculation, shooting guard Kobe Bryant has signed a two-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday.
The 35 year
Yulia Tymoshenko, the jailed former prime minister of Ukraine, has begun a hunger strike in protest at President Yanukovych’s reluctance to sign a
The United Nation’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women has been marked around the world.
In Florence, 128 pairs of red
The campus of Yale University in the United States is in lockdown after confirmed reports of a gunman.
Police rushed to the scene after an
In Benghazi at least nine people have been killed and almost 50 wounded in clashes between the military and militants. The violence erupted after the
Millions of Americans in the northeast who are planning to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday this Thursday may not only encounter busy airports and
With a key trade deal put on ice, Ukrainian supporters of integration with the European Union have been furious since Thursday. The last time Kyiv
There is relief, and some optimism, on the streets of Tehran following Iran’s deal with world powers over its nuclear program.
The sanctions relief
Getting around or going on holiday are rights that most of us take for granted. But if you have a disability, the barriers are all too evident. Today
With only a few months to go until the 2014 Winter Olympics kick off in Russia, the organising committee has opened new ticket centers in Sochi and
Former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola is determined to uncover Bayern Munich’s tactic-leaking mole following his team’s emphatic 3-0 win over Borussia
Opposition protesters have occupied government buildings in Thailand in escalating efforts to force the prime minister from power.
How can we see the invisible?
In highly unusual places, an army of small portable devices is already detecting what can’t be seen by the naked
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has launched a last ditch attempt to avoid being expelled from Parliament.
He says he has new
The European Commission has announced plans to close a corporate tax loophole in the EU.
The EU executive did not mention any companies by
The EU’s two top officials have hit out at Moscow’s perceived interference in Ukraine’s plans to sign a trade deal with Brussels.
Supporters of Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party have staged a protest in Athens as three more of its MPs faced court in a government
Demonstrations have broken out in Egypt 24 hours after a new law was ratified by the interim President Adly Mansour restricting public protests.
There have been more clashes in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv. Police fired teargas on demonstrators protesting against the government’s decision to suspend
Fresh accusations have been levelled at British bank Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) – part-nationalised in 2008 following a government
Covent Garden, the heart of London’s theatreland, has become the set for a show this Christmas. Half guided tour, half theatre, during the show the
The latest animated feature from Disney is an adaption of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen and is the first Disney feature to be directed by
Tech giant Apple is buying Israel-based chip developer PrimeSense.
Israel-based PrimeSense was behind the motion sensing device Kinect used
France’s PSA Peugeot Citroen is set to announce a new Chief Executive Officer, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Carlos Tavares, Chief
A fresh date for talks aimed at bringing an end to the ongoing conflict in Syria has been set for January 22.
Negotiations will take place in
A diplomatic row between China, Japan and the US over disputed waters in the East China Sea shows no sign of abating.
China has lodged formal
In the city of Benghazi at least nine people have been killed and almost fifty wounded in clashes between Libyan troops and militants, according to